Sports bring our city together

Sports bring our city together

There is no doubt that Los Angeles prides itself on its sports teams. From the college level to the professional level, sports are an integral part of Angeleno culture. With friendly rivalries—between the USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins, Lakers and Clippers and Dodgers and Angels—our city is filled with passion for athletics and team pride. […]

Girls’ Water Polo Wins Season Opener

Under new head coach Matt Kubeck, the girls’ water polo team began the season with a convincing 23-1 victory over Bishop Alemany High School on Monday afternoon. In its first regular-season and league match of the season, the squad outmatched the Warriors in all four quarters of the game. The only goal allowed by the […]

Squad hopes record improves in league

Squad hopes record improves in league

Following a 3-1 victory against Cathedral High School on March 14, the Boys’ Volleyball team improved to an overall record of 10-5 and 1-0 in league. The team the started the season off with a four game winning streak, followed by a 6-5 run.  Outside hitter Jasper Richards ’20 said he believes that better communication […]

Prefect council hosts third annual March Madness tournament

Prefect council hosts third annual March Madness tournament

Students competed in the third annual March Madness tournament, a series of three-on-three basketball matches, during break today. Team “Splash Bros,” which included Griffin York ’19, Kenneth Lee ’19 and Michael Snyder ’19, beat team “Bd and Friends” to win the tournament. Prefect Jaya Nayar ’20 said that Prefect Council enjoys organizing these events for […]

Girls’ basketball defeats Marlborough

Girls’ basketball defeats Marlborough

The Girls’ Basketball team beat Marlborough High School 53-39 on Jan. 17 in Taper Gymnasium. The win marks their 16th victory of the season as they move into second place in the Mission League with a league record of 4-1. The Wolverines jumped out to an early lead behind six points from forward Ella Price […]

Fencing Competes for Second Foil

Fencing is one of the few Harvard-Westlake sports that competes year round. This season the team is looking to become back to back league champions. There are three different fencing divisions based off of the on the weapon blade used.The most basic of the swords, épée, has a hand guard and touches could be scored […]

Young talent propels last year’s CIF runner ups

Young talent propels last year’s CIF runner ups

The girls’ basketball team picked up right where it left off last season, continuing its success with an overall record of 6-3 to start the 2018-2019 season. The Wolverines will begin Mission League play on Jan. 8 against Notre Dame High School as they look to repeat last year’s undefeated season. The squad debuted with a 60-52 victory over El […]

Injuries hinder team’s success

The boys’ wrestling team remains optimistic about its young core despite dropping itson Dec. 5 Kanoa Young ’21, in addition to losing two strong players from last years squad. An inexperienced young group of freshman leading the way for this yearstill feels good about the team’s future. “They’re working hard,”   “The freshmen are doing well with the […]

Girls’ water polo wins season opener

Girls’ water polo wins season opener

The girls’ water polo team opened its season with an 18-5 win over Louisville on Dec. 4, at the Copses Family Pool. The Wolverines got off to a hot start, by scoring six goals in the first quarter while shutting their opponents out. Then they took a 14-1 lead into halftime, allowing themselves to coast […]

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