Boys' basketball falls to Loyola in tournament

In the semifinals of the Torrance Tournament, the varsity boys’ basketball team lost their first game of the season 80-61 at the hands of arch-rival Loyola on Friday. The Cubs took a double-digit lead in the first quarter which they would never surrender. Forward Derick Newton ’14 led the Wolverines with 29 points, while point guard Parker […]

Boys' soccer opens season with 2-1 win at home

Lucas Bongarra earned his first win as the head coach of the boys’ soccer team on Monday, Nov. 26 with the Wolverines’ victory over Bell Gardens. Bongarra, who was hired as the head coach last spring,  watched his team win its season opener 2-1 at Ted Slavin Field. Goals from Ty Gilhuly ’13 and Patrick […]

Boys' basketball opens season with 82-53 win

In their first game of the regular season, the varsity boys’ basketball team defeated Frederick Douglass Academy 82-53 at the Torrance Tournament on Monday. Derick Newton ’14 and Mike Sheng ’14 led the team in scoring with 19 points each, with Newton also leading the team on the boards with 17 rebounds. The Wolverines will […]

Girls' water polo's Hallock commits to Princeton

Morgan Hallock ’13 committed to the Princeton Tigers on Nov. 11 to continue her water polo career collegiately. She signed her National Letter of Intent last week. “Out of all the schools that I looked at, Princeton was the one I felt most comfortable at, and I really thought that I would succeed at the […]

Girls’ hoops star chooses Westmont

Natalie Florescu ’13 committed to Westmont College, a small Christian liberal arts school in Montecito, CA. “I had options from every division, but the Westmont community was just incredible and unmatched by other schools,” Florescu said. Florescu, the starting point guard for the varsity girls’ basketball squad, got a feel for the school earlier in […]

Boys' soccer preps for season with new coach

Lucas Bongarra likes to start his boys’ soccer team practices at 6 a.m. He says that the team has limited field space in the fall while football and field hockey are in season, but he likes the message he sends to his team by requiring his players at the field just after the sun comes […]

Girls’ basketball relies on senior leader

  While the girls’ basketball team may lack both size and depth, the team expects big things from a relatively small group of girls, including a possible Mission League title. The return of Natalie Florescu ’13 is a big reason for this optimism. She returns as last season’s leading scorer and an unquestioned leader of […]

Live Game Coverage: Homecoming 2012

The Chronicle provided live play-by-play Twitter coverage for all four varsity games at Homecoming. The Chronicle canceled its live video broadcast of football due to technical difficulties but will continue to provide play-by-play coverage through Twitter starting at kickoff at 7:30 p.m. Read our Homecoming recap of all four varsity games>> Varsity Field Hockey vs. […]

Basketball's Winfield selects Penn

David Winfield ’13 will see some familiar faces at the University of Pennsylvania next season, as the center verbally agreed last night to play basketball at Penn, six months to the day after his twin sister Arielle Winfield ’13 chose the Quakers for volleyball. “It’s going to be great,” Winfield said. “It didn’t have a […]

Table tennis player competes internationally

At age 14, Oliver Friedman ’17 has already traveled all across the globe in pursuit of becoming an Olympic table tennis player.  Friedman, who has played in Vienna, New York, Las Vegas and Baltimore, has won tournaments throughout the nation and ultimately plans to make the U.S. table tennis team for the 2016 Olympics in […]