Lacrosse loses in Southern Sectional final

The varsity lacrosse team was defeated 15-8 by St. Margaret’s at Torrance HS in the Southern Sectional final. The finals were the furthest the team had ever been in the LA tournament. The team went on a 3-0 goal run in the second quarter, and entered halftime up 5-2. Although the score at the beginning […]

Girls water polo advances to CIF semifinals

By Luke Holthouse Two wins separate the girls’ water polo team from their second straight CIF title following the team’s victory over Sunny Hills today.  The Wolverines beat Sunny Hills 13-5 in the quarterfinals of CIF playoffs at Fullerton Junior College. The Wolverines’ opponent in the semifinal is to be announced, but the game will be […]

Field hockey crushes Louisville 11-0

By Robbie Loeb On Senior Night, the last game of the regular season, the varsity field hockey team ran up the score against Louisville, winning by a convincing 11-0. “We took care of the ball and communicated well,” Kacey Wilson ’13 said. “We were able to pass around them, which made the game really easy.” […]

Girls' Volleyball Drops Home Opener

  By Charlton Azuoma The girls volleyball team was defeated by Santa Barbara in their home opener, Sept. 6 by a score of 0-3. “Even though it wasn’t the result we wanted, I still feel like we were able to take away something positive from this. It’s stlil early so I am confident that we’ll […]

Golf wins Mission League Tournament

By Daniel Kim The boys’ golf team finished its season with a first place finish at the Mission League Tournament in Griffith Park. The tournament was a two-day tournament from May 3 to 4. “I think the team played really well,” Charlie Benell ’12 said. “We played well as a team and I think it […]

Boys’ tennis wins league, reaches semifinals for 3rd straight year

By Austin Lee The boys’ tennis team emerged victorious in the CIF quarterfinals last Tuesday, defeating Corona del Mar 10-8. It played against Palos Verdes in the CIF semifinals yesterday. In its CIF run, the team defeated Trabuco Hills 14-4, Calabasas 15-3 and Corona del Mar 10-8. The team dropped only four sets against Trabuco […]

Liao places 2nd in US national team qualifier

By Meagan Wang Tiffany Liao ’12 placed second in the National Qualifier for the United States Taekwondo team on March 12. This competition determines who will continue onto the National Team Trials in May, which is the final step to make the U.S. Taekwondo Team. Liao will advance to the Trials, which will decide whether […]

Cheerleaders, Fanatics are on same side

In Response to “Cheer up” from the Volume XVII Issue 2 on Oct. 1, 2008: The Fanatics have the utmost respect for Harvard-Westlake Spirit: We love your cheers. We go wild for your halftime dances. Your routines made this year’s fall Spirit Assembly worthwhile. Unfortunately, we were somewhat saddened by the “Cheer up” article in […]

Mastin to take on additional role

By Ashley Halkett Students have been asked to leave cell phones in their lockers or cars during final exams to enforce a stricter anti-cheating policy.  The administration announced at the faculty meeting April 13 that there would be new guidelines regarding the use of cell phones in testing rooms. If a student can’t use a […]