Quarterback Marshal Cohen '16 out for the season

MRI results show that starting quarterback Marshal Cohen ’16 tore his ACL in the season opener against Loyola, Football Program Head Scot Ruggles told The Chronicle. Consequently, Cohen is out for the rest of the season. Cohen exited the rivalry game in the first quarter after being tackled. A clip of the play in which Cohen (#17 in […]

Watch live: Harvard-Westlake vs Jefferson football

The Wolverines face the Jefferson Democrats in their second game of the season this Friday at 7:00 p.m. at Ted Slavin Field. The Wolverines are coming off of a 34-0 loss in the season opener against Loyola. In a battle of the presidents, Jefferson defeated Lincoln on the road in a  7-6 nailbiter last week. The Democrats […]

New players, same goal

The boys’ water polo team enters a new season having won 37 consecutive games and back-to-back CIF Southern Section Division I Championships. Despite past accomplishments, this season’s squad refuses to rest on its proverbial laurels, Head of Aquatics Brian Flacks said. “The thing that I love about the team this year is that I never […]

Corrin '16, Florent '15 named All-American, qualify for Team USA

Courtney Corrin ’16 and Alex Florent ’15 will represent Team USA at the 2015 Pan American Junior Athletic Championships thanks to record-setting performances last week at the USA Track and Field Junior National Championships in Eugene, Oregon. Corrin jumped a wind-aided 21 feet, 6.25 inches en route to winning the women’s long jump, setting a new personal […]

Boys' basketball program lands freshman phenom

Cassius Stanley ’19 officially enrolled at Harvard-Westlake and practiced with the boys’ basketball team for the first time Thursday, less than 48 hours after appearing on television screens across the country in Sportscenter’s top 10 plays of the week. Stanley confirmed this over twitter, tweeting the following: Wolverines baby!!! pic.twitter.com/U0DdQutAK7 — Cassius Stanley (@cassius_stanley) June […]

Wolverines heat up, poised to clinch league playoff spot

The boys’ volleyball team made it to the semifinals in the Sylmar Varsity Invitational Saturday before losing to the eventual champion Westlake High School. Last Thursday night’s victory over St. Francis in straight sets gave the Wolverines their sixth victory of their last eight Mission League contests. The team’s current performance is a far cry […]

College coach takes over boys' basketball program

David Rebibo has been named boys’ basketball program head, the school announced Friday afternoon. He will also be a physical education teacher at the middle school, and will begin with the Wolverines after Spring Break. Rebibo had been an assistant Ccach with the men’s basketball team at the University of San Francisco since 2013. Prior to […]

The Last Hurrah

Greg Hilliard was honored at a banquet following the conclusion of his final regular season home game Friday night by speakers who called him “a class act,” “a force for good” and “cool, calm and collected.” Festivities began before the game. The referees spoke and presented Hilliard with a plaque, and Chaminade Head Coach Todd […]