Games of the Month: Homecoming

Girls’ Volleyball vs. Dos Pueblos: 2 p.m.

Volleyball is looking to continue its incredible run with a win in front of what could be its largest crowd yet at Homecoming. The Wolverines, ranked #1 in the nation by, are trying to avoid being upset by the #43 Chargers.

Key players to watch in this match are Wolverines’ opposite hitter Christina Higgins and and the Chargers’ opposite hitter Amanda Moriarty.

Follow-up: Harvard-Westlake Wins!

Girls’ Field Hockey vs. Bonita: 3 p.m.

Head Coach Erin Creznic is very enthusiastic about the Wolverines’ chances against Bonita.
The Wolverines recorded three blowout wins in October, scoring nine goals or more in each contest.

Follow-up: Harvard-Westlake Wins!

Boys’ Water Polo vs. Cathedral: 5 p.m.

The water polo team looks to continue a successful season against the Cathedral Phantoms, whom the Wolverines tied in a game earlier this year.

Key players are Alec Zwanefeld ’12, Kayj Shannon ’11 and Henry McNamara ’13.

Follow-Up: Harvard Westlake Wins!

Football vs. Cathedral: 7 p.m.

The football team will face a difficult test against the Cathedral Phantoms in the marquee Homecoming event.

The Wolverines have beaten Cathedral three out of the last four years; however, the one loss came last year. The Wolverines’ rushing attack has been strong, with Jamias Jones ’12 averaging 66.6 yards of rushing a game. Cathedral is led by sophomore quarterback Hayden Rettig, who is currently averaging 235.8 passing yards per game. Cathedral is ranked 232nd in the state, while the Wolverines are ranked 318th.

The Wolverines will have to pull off a Homecoming upset for the second year in a row.

Follow-up: Harvard-Westlake loses in a last second missed field goal.