By Micah Sperling
Three athletes from the Class of ’04 will be inducted into the Wolverine Hall of Fame at halftime during the Homecoming varsity football game.
Basketball player Bryce Taylor ’04, cross country and track runner Lindsay Flacks ’04 and softball player Shelley Madick ’04 all stars at Harvard-Westlake who went on to successful college careers afterwards.
Taylor, a three-time CIF Division III Player of the Year and two-time Mission League MVP, averaged 25 points, seven rebounds and five assists per game as a senior and 28.6 points as a junior while leading the team to three straight CIF titles.
In Taylor’s junior season, he broke Jason Collins’ single-season scoring record with 1,003 points. He also set a school record by scoring 54 points in a game.
Flacks was a Foot Locker national Championship finalist as a junior and was a two-time CIF cross-country individual champion. She also won the California 3,200-meter championship in her senior year and four consecutive Mission League 3,200-meter titles.
She was named Los Angeles Times Cross Country Athlete of the Year once and LA Daily News Athlete of the Year three times.
Madick pitched for Harvard-Westlake for three seasons after transferring from Calabasas High School, throwing a no-hitter in the CIF playoffs as a sophomore.