Wolverines exit playoffs in quarterfinals

The girls’ water polo team fell to Righetti 10-6 in the quarterfinals of the CIF playoffs Feb. 18, knocking the Wolverines out of the playoffs. Coming off of a Mission League title win at the end of an undefeated league season, the Wolverines won their first match of the playoffs Feb. 15, beating Los Altos […]

Baseball shuts out Ventura County, advances to CIF quarterfinals

By Camille Shooshani Left-handed pitcher Max Fried’s ’12 3-0 complete game against Ventura County today launched the Wolverines to the second round of CIF playoffs. The team will play again tomorrow. With 10 strikeouts, one walk and three hits, Fried dominated Ventura County’s offense. Through the first three innings, he pitched a no hitter. In the second […]

Boys' volleyball beats Alemany to even league record

By Luke Holthouse Matthew Douglas ’15 had 15 digs for the boys’ volleyball team today in its win over Alemany in three straight sets. The Wolverines improved to an even 3-3 in league play by beating the Warriors by a score of 25-13, 25-23, 25-19.  The win came on the heels the Dos Pueblos Tournament […]

8 students to compete in Duke Moot Court

By Sarah Novicoff Four teams of two students each have qualified for the Duke Moot Court High School tournament on Feb. 25 and 26. Only 42 teams from across the country qualified for the tournament. “[8 people qualifying for this tournament is] the most we’ve had, we’re working hard and I’m expecting good things,” science […]

Boys' soccer falls short in playoff opener against Thousand Oaks

By Charlton Azuoma and Luke Holthouse The seasons of two Wolverine teams came to end on Thursday, while one team moved three wins away from repeating as CIF Champions.  Both the girls’ basketball team and the boys’ soccer team fell in their opening game of CIF playoffs against Workman and Thousand Oaks, respectively. However, the […]

Boys’ tennis reaches CIF semifinals, defeats rival

By Austin Block Over two months ago, the boys’ tennis team lost a match. As of press time, the team had not lost since, riding a 10-game win streak into the playoffs, capturing the league singles and doubles titles, and cruising to the semifinals of CIF playoffs with 16-2, 10-8 and 10-8 victories. The team […]

Girls’ basketball wins CIF title, falls in state playoffs

By Alex Edel Throughout the season the refrain “All Five” helped drive the girls’ basketball team to a CIF championship. The team finished out the season with an overall record of 22-10 and a league record of 8-2, placing them second in league. “Going into this season we had really high expectations,” Head Coach Melissa […]

Girls' varsity soccer wins first round of CIF 2-0

By Jack Schwada The girls’ varsity soccer team won the first round of the CIF playoffs 2-0 against the Apaches of Arcadia High School. They beat Arcadia on Monday and will play in the second round on Thursday. Both goals were scored by junior Donilyn Hunter-Sallustio, while keeper Clara Jacques ’09 made six saves. This […]

Seniors triumph in international trial competition

By Michael Kaplan  The two-person team of Melissa Saphier ’08 and Danielle Kolin ’08 won the Duke University International Moot Court Competition, held last weekend in Durham. The team of Josh Oreman ’09 and Julia Hahn ’09 made it to the quarterfinals before they were eliminated. The 50 teams in the two-day competition dealt with a hypothetical case […]