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 […]

Girls' volleyball competes in Las Vegas tournament

By Eric Loeb The varsity girls’ volleyball team headed to Las Vegas this past weekend for the Durango Fall Classic in Las Vegas, finishing with a 7-2 record in the tournament. The Wolverines lost to Mira Costa in the early rounds of the tournament but then went on a four match winning streak with wins […]

Fried heads to AZL Padres

By Robbie Loeb Max Fried’s ’12 dream job began today. The seventh pick in the MLB draft departed for Peoria, Ariz. to join the Arizona League Padres, the rookie-level team for the San Diego Padres. The southpaw prospect is not expected to pitch much this summer, as he recovers from the high school baseball season. In […]

Junior quarterback commits to Vanderbilt

By Robbie Loeb Chad Kanoff ’13 verbally committed to Vanderbilt on Monday, positioning himself between the crosshairs of the 300-pound SEC defenders that notoriously punish opposing quarterbacks. “I’m ready to beat 300-pound linemen from LSU,” the 6-foot-4 200-pound Kanoff said. “It means a lot [to go to the SEC]. It’s the best conference in the […]

Hoops stars to attend MA prep school

By Robbie Loeb Widely-recruited basketball star Zena Edosomwan ’12 publicly announced on March 11 his decision to attend Massachusetts prep school Northfield Mount Hermon before heading to Harvard in 2013. When Josh Hearlihy ’12 heard his teammate’s announcement, a smile instantly stretched across his face and he couldn’t help but laugh. The coincidence was too […]

Baseball falls to Mater Dei in championships at NHSI Tournament

By Robbie Loeb At the inaugural USA Baseball National High School Invitational in Cary, N.C., the Harvard-Westlake baseball team took second place after falling in extra innings to Santa Ana Mater Dei in the championship game. Day 1: Round of 16 vs. Russell County (Ala.)  The Wolverines opened the four-day tournament on Wednesday with a […]

New coach implements team practices

By Robbie Loeb First year Head Coach Tony Kewalremani filled the role of former Head Coach Scott Wood with one goal in mind: to revive the golf program. The team never used to have a practice schedule under Wood, but with Kewalremani’s new system, the boys play every weekday and many practice both days of […]

Boys' basketball crushes St. Francis in league opener

By Robbie Loeb The league season began with a 64-37 win over St. Francis tonight for the boys’ basketball team. Forward Derick Newton led the team in scoring with 24 points in the 27-point blowout. The Wolverines will play their first game on their home court Friday when they face off against Notre Dame.

Boys' basketball gets first win against Hawthorne

By Robbie Loeb After beginning the season with two consecutive losses to Santa Monica and Pacific Hills, the boys’ basketball team earned their first win in the Pacific Shores Tournament on Dec. 1 against Hawthorne, 87-59. Power forward Derick Newton ’14 led the Wolverines in scoring with 17 points, as the team cruised its way to a 28 point […]

Carneys to give students 50 percent discount

By Robbie Loeb All upper school students who purchased a meal at Carney’s Restaurant on Ventura Blvd. on Fri., Oct. 21 between 11 a.m. and midnight received a 50 percent discount. The Prefect Council announced the discount in an email on Oct. 19, following a poll they sent out to students asking which restaurants in the Studio City […]