Varsity football holds on for 43-14 win over Sylmar

By Luke Holthouse Thirty-six unanswered points in the first half carried the varsity football team to a 43-14 victory over Sylmar Friday. Receiver and defensive back Chris Sebastian ’13 caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Chad Kanoff ’13 as well as two pass attempts from Sylmar quarterback Jamere Austin. “A win’s a win,” Head Coach […]

Boys water polo claims second win of the season

By Grant Nussbaum Following its first loss of the season on Friday, Sept. 7, the boys’ varsity water polo team bounced back with a 16-6 win over Los Osos on Tuesday in the third game played thus far in the Copses Family Aquatics Center. The Wolverines held a 12-6 lead after the third quarter, and […]

Football shut outs Granada Hills to improve to 2-1

By Luke Holthouse Six Wolverines scored touchdowns during the varsity football team’s shutout 45-0 win over the Granada Hills Highlanders Friday night. “I think everybody had a great game,” Head Coach Scot Ruggles said. “Anytime you can have a lot of guys get into the endzone, then that’s a team victory.” Quarterback Chad Kanoff ’13 […]

Boys' water polo captures home opener against Ventura

By Patrick Ryan In the first competitive matchup played in the Copses Family Aquatics Center, the boys’ water polo team defeated Ventura 16-4. Ventura drew first blood in the opening quarter with an early goal, but the Wolverines rebounded and scored six unanswered points to take a commanding lead going into the second half. Johnny […]

Girls’ volleyball rallies to victory over Santa Barbara in opener

By Eric Loeb After dropping game two against Santa Barbara on the Dons’ home court, the girls’ varsity volleyball team played with energy and stormed back to take games three and four to win its first match of the regular season. “It was a really exciting game because both teams came out with a lot […]

Treading water with Morgan Hallock '13 & Ben Hallock '16

Siblings Morgan and Ben Hallock competed on the US U-19 teams in the Pan-American Youth Water Polo Championships this summer. Morgan and the Women’s Junior National team won gold while Ben and the Men’s Junior National team won silver. By Michael Aronson How did it feel to represent your country playing the sport you love? […]

3 compete in weeklong national baseball

By Luke Holthouse If the career paths of Jack Flaherty ’14, Arden Pabst ’13 amd Tyler Urbach ’14 follow those of the past six Harvard- Westlake baseball players to participate in the Area Code Baseball Games, then the trio of Wolverines are officially on the fast-track to the MLB draft. Surrounded by 250 of the […]

US team eliminates NZ soccer competitor

By Jeremy Tepper The 2012 London Olympics marked Ali Riley’s ’06 second trip to the world’s biggest sporting event. She first appeared in Beijing four years ago, where the Stanford product led the New Zealand National Women’s Soccer Team through pool play. A dual citizen of the United States and New Zealand, Riley has made […]

Girls’ golf prepares for League opponents

By Lucy Putnam As the fall season gets underway, the members of the girls’ golf team are gearing up for their season’s biggest challenge when they face Mission League powerhouse Notre Dame on Oct. 11, according to rising senior Jessica Wibawa ’13. “Notre Dame has been our biggest competition for the past two seasons,” Wibawa […]

3 compete in weeklong national baseball tournament in front of college and MLB scouts

By Luke Holthouse If the career paths of Jack Flaherty ’14, Arden Pabst ’13 amd Tyler Urbach ’14 follow those of the past seven Harvard- Westlake baseball players to participate in the Area Code Baseball Games, then the trio of Wolverines are officially on the fast-track to the MLB draft. Surrounded by 250 of the […]