Wolverines toughened by league

The girls had a 3-4 record in the ultra-tough Mission League as of press time, but after finishing its last two regular season games this week, the team has its sights set on the playoffs, where it is likely to be the No. 2 seed in the 4-AA CIF Southern Section Division. The Mission League […]

Team wins three straight after dropping opening three

The girls’ basketball team notched its third straight win on a turn around jump shot by Lauren Lapesarde ’17 with five seconds left in the game. The shot lifted the girls to a 44-42 victory over Ribit Academy in the Burroughs Tournament Wednesday. After a seven-point loss to El Camino in their season opener, the […]

Girls finish 10th at State Finals

The girls’ varsity cross country team finished 10th in the California State Final. Jack Stovitz ’16 represented the Wolverines in the California Cross Country State Meet, finishing 60th out of 192 runners. London Alexander ’18 led the girls with a 45th place finish and a time of 19 minutes and 51 seconds. Casey Crosson ’17 […]

Girls, Stovitz '16 heading to State Finals

The girls’ cross country team came in seventh out of 16 girls’ teams and the boys’ team came in 13th out of 16 boys’ teams at CIF Finals. The entire girls team will go to State Finals and Jack Stovitz ’16 will go as an individual runner after finishing ninth. The highest scorer for the […]

Rowers race in national regatta

Jenna Thompson ’16 and Riley Spain ’15 were two of the eight rowers on the Marina Aquatic Center’s varsity boat that raced at the 50th Anniversary Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston Oct. 19. The races took place on the Charles River near the campus of Harvard University. This was the first time a […]

Squad upset in first round of playoffs

After coming off a season where they only lost one game during the regular season and ended up winning the Los Angeles Field Hockey Association Championship, the Wolverines’ field hockey team came up short in their attempt to repeat as champions this season. Harvard-Westlake went undefeated in Sunset League play, only allowing one goal in […]

Wolverines beatdown St. Paul 45-0

Harvard-Westlake overwhelmed St. Paul by a score of 45-0 tonight. With the win, the Wolverines clinched a playoff spot and will return to the postseason for the first time since 2012. The win improved the team’s record to 7-3 overall and 3-2 in the Angelus League. The senior class was celebrated before the game as […]

Some matches canceled, some delayed as mercury hovers above 100

Due to the extreme heat, the girls’ golf match against Notre Dame at Hansen Dam Golf Course was canceled Sept. 16, and the girls’ field hockey home game against Fountain Valley High School was moved from 3:15 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in hopes of cooler weather, according to the Athletic Department website. The weather bureau […]

Team returns six starters

Coming off last season’s CIF Southern Section Division 1 Championship win and a number one national rank, the Wolverine boys’ water polo team is certainly not the underdog it was last year. Starting center defender and All-American Warren Snyder ’14 graduated, but the starting lineup has remained mostly intact. However, a few preseason tweaks have […]

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