Baseball captures first CIF title

After shortstop Brian Ginsberg ’14 flipped the ball to second basemen Alex Horowitz ’13 to record the final out of the seventh inning, the baseball team’s yearlong journey had finally concluded. Players rushed the field and piled on top of each other behind the pitchers mound, Head Coach Matt LaCour and his coaching staff all […]

U.S. wrestling team practices in Hamilton

The U.S. national wrestling practiced at Hamilton Gymnasium and met with members of the Harvard-Westlake wrestling team on Friday, May 17. The national team was preparing for an international exhibition the following day at the Los Angeles Convention Center with the Iranian national wrestling team. Though a dispute between team officials prevented the Iranian national […]

Boys’ volleyball falls to No. 1 Mira Costa in straight sets

Knowing the monster ahead of them following their first round win, the seniors on the boys’ volleyball team knew they had to call on desperate measures in desperate times. With the defending Division I CIF champions of Mira Costa staring across them on the other side of the net, the Wolverines wanted to look equally […]

Lax’s May Madness

I’ve always been a huge fan of “March Madness.” The national hype surrounding the NCAA men’s basketball national championship tournament is the best sporting event of the year in my opinion, and I love spending those weekends in late March sitting on my couch and watching the numerous upsets unfold. So you can imagine how […]

Cardinal flying away

I never got to write a column about the St. Louis Cardinals and their run to the 2011 World Series last year. Our Editor-in-Chief, Judd Liebman ’12, told me it had no place in the Chronicle because it was only relevant to my life and not to the school. But I get a little leeway […]

A legacy of excellence

As Thomas Hudnut wraps up one of his final school days as President of Harvard-Westlake on warm May 16, he prepares for an afternoon at the diamond. Not only does he have the baseball team’s playoff opener against Valencia at 3:15 p.m. on his schedule, but he also plans to see the softball team’s first […]

Boys' volleyball knocked out by top seed

Mira Costa ended the boys’ volleyball team’s season tonight in the second round of CIF playoffs. The Wolverines fell in three straight sets to the defending CIF Champions and top-seeded Mustangs, concluding a 17-10-1 campaign for the Wolverines. The Wolverines advanced to the second round game after a three-set win over Newbury Park at home […]

Offensive lineman receives first offer from Oregon State

Offensive lineman David Hartmeier ’14 received his first scholarship offer from a Division I-A college football team today when Oregon State offered him a spot on the Beavers’ squad. Oregon State finished 20th in the year-end poll from the Associated Press after a 9-4 season overall and a 6-3 season in the Pacific-12 Conference. “It’s […]

Boys' volleyball sweeps Newbury Park in playoff opener

Sweeping an opponent that players said was on par with the Wolverines, the boys’ volleyball team advanced to the second round of Division I CIF playoffs with a three-set win over Newbury Park tonight. The Wolverines earned the home-court match to open playoffs after finishing in second place in league standings then capitalized on the […]

Boys' volleyball to face Newbury Park Tuesday in playoffs

After winning a tight match against the squad on March 16 during the Dos Pueblos Tournament,  the boys’ volleyball team will face Newbury Park again during the first round of CIF Division I playoffs. Newbury Park will visit the favored Wolverines on Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. in Taper Gymnasium. Hudson Ling ’15 said […]

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