Before the sun comes up

Every Tuesday and Friday, Paul Leclerc ’18 wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to attend swim practice.  For one and a half hours, Leclerc and the swim team train in the water, followed by a forty-five minute weight lifting session. “Any extra work is going to help, especially in swimming, where it’s very work-intensive. So, I […]

Team seeks to assert league dominance

The girls’ water polo team began its season with below average performances, entering the season with a 1-2 record in preseason games, along with an average campaign in the Arroyo Grande High School Winter Classic. The squad won its season opener over Oaks Christian 10-8, with six goals coming from Villanova commit Camille Oswald ’17. […]

Team seeks to assert league dominance

The girls’ water polo team began its season with below average performances, entering the season with a 1-2 record in preseason games, along with an average campaign in the Arroyo Grande High School Winter Classic. The squad won its season opener over Oaks Christian 10-8, with six goals coming from Villanova commit Camille Oswald ’17. […]

Boys’ water polo defeats Mater Dei

Boys’ water polo defeats Mater Dei

In a widely anticipated battle between two high-powered water polo teams, the No. 1 ranked Wolverines defeated the Mater Dei Monarchs 10-9 to maintain an undefeated record. The first quarter ended with a single goal scored by Keller Maloney ’18. The Wolverines have a reputation as a defensive-minded team, and rely on team defense and preparation. Coach […]

Season going swimmingly for squad

Season going swimmingly for squad

Zero losses in 12 games. The winner of the Elite 8 Tournament. Two trophies in seven days. It’s a promising start with promising numbers for a boys’ water polo team that is showing a lot of – you guessed it – promise. The Wolverines ran the table in the inaugural S&R Elite 8 water polo […]

HWTV Elite 8 Broadcasts

HWTV Elite 8 Broadcasts

The Wolverines hosted the inaugural S&R Sport Elite 8 water polo tournament from Sept. 15-17. In addition to Harvard-Westlake, Mater Dei, Huntington Beach, Loyola, Sacred Heart (Atherton), Miramonte, Aguora, and Cathedral Catholic participated, making it one of the most prestigious high school water polo tournaments in the country. HWTV was there to capture it all.

Sam Krutonog ’18 perseveres despite setbacks

Sam Krutonog ’18 perseveres despite setbacks

At 10 years old, Sam Krutonog ’18 reluctantly agreed to fill in for an injured teammate as goalie during their water polo game. He recalls his disappointment in realizing the impossibility of fulfilling his wish of scoring a goal that game. However, he did not realize at the time that this would be the last game […]