Boys' water polo overcomes Mater Dei to win CIF Title

When head coach Brian Flacks ’06 and the boys’ varsity water polo team entered William Woollett Aquatic Center Saturday afternoon, they marched onto a battlefield where familiar foe Mater Dei waited at the opposite end, as a seat atop the world of high school water polo hung in the balance. The Monarchs had been the […]

Junior fencer receives bronze medal in worldwide event

Fencer Jake Raynis ’14 was teeming with pride when the bronze medal was slipped over his neck at the 2013 Cadet Fencing World Championships in Porec, Croatia. Raynis represented the USA in the epee under 16 division halfway across the world and was able to get on the podium despite fencing against very stiff competition. […]

Drama teacher doubles as baseball fanatic

Cinema studies and performing arts teacher Ted Walch traveled to Cary, North Carolina during Spring Break to watch the varsity baseball team compete in the USA Baseball National High School Invitational. A baseball fanatic and a strong follower of the Wolverine team, Walch thought it would be fun to go down to the USA Baseball […]

In the heat with David Manahan '14

In his third season on the varsity track and field team, David Manahan ’14 looks to take on the role as one of the team’s veteran leaders. Manahan will try to defend his CIF title in the boys’ 800-meter at CIF playoffs later this year. How does the year’s team compare to the teams you’ve […]

Boys' tennis team beats Viewpoint

After its 15-3 loss against San Marino the boys’ varsity tennis team rallied beating Viewpoint. Although final score was a 9-9 tie in sets the Wolverines won the match in games. “while several injuries have definitely made things a lot more difficult for us, we all stepped up today and were able to get a […]

Flaherty tosses no-hitter against Valencia

Jack Flaherty ’14 threw a complete game no-hitter en route to the baseball team’s 1-0 victory over Valencia on Saturday. The North Carolina commit threw 73 pitches, striking out seven batters and walking one in the semifinal matchup of the Easton Tournament. Arden Pabst ’13 led the team offensively, hitting 3-3 with a double and […]

Boys' tennis falls to Calabasas

Coming off a 13-5 win over Peninsula on Wednesday, the boys’ tennis team lost to Calabasas at Los Angeles Valley College 10-8. “While we’re a little disappointed to have come up short against Calabasas, we know that it’s really early in the season and that if we see them in the playoffs, we’ll be more […]

Boys' basketball wins Palos Verdes tournament

The boys’ varsity basketball team came out victorious in an overtime thriller in the Palos Verdes tournament finals on Saturday, defeating Mira Costa 80-77 to win the tournament for the second straight year. Forward Derick Newton ’14 led the Wolverines in scoring with 30 points, followed by guard Mike Sheng ’14, who scored 18 points […]