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Out of Bounds

Out of Bounds

Sophia Musante and Mia Feizbakhsh August 26, 2020

As Jack Shane ’19 frantically ran into baseball practice, he felt the judgmental gazes of his teammates upon him. Late from dropping off his girlfriend, he rushed to apologize, only to be met with taunts...

Coronavirus Live Sports Updates: CIF delays all sports, creates new two season system

Kyle Reims June 26, 2020

Update: July 20 All interscholastic sports will be delayed until at least December, and athletics will be divvied into two seasons instead of the usual three, the CIF announced today. It will be up to...

Linebacker Spencer Felix '21 uses a hose as a replacement for ropes while working out at home during the quarantine period. Printed with permission of Spencer Felix.

The grind never stops: training during quarantine

Jaidev Pant April 4, 2020

On a Tuesday night during spring season, lacrosse midfielder Brody Listen ’21 would typically be seen underneath the bright lights of Ted Slavin Field, strategizing with his teammates minutes before...

Illustration by Evie DeRubertis

Numbers Never Lie

Jaidev Pant March 4, 2020

In 2017, the football program made news by making an $8000 investment into a remote-controlled tackling dummy created by Rogers Athletic, which specializes in creating football practice equipment. The...

Catcher Jacob Galloway '22 drives a pitch to the outfield against Mira Costa High School on Feb. 20. The Wolverines would win that game 11-3.

Baseball beats Mira Costa High School 11-3 on opening night

Kyle Reims February 20, 2020

The baseball team opened the season with an 11-3 defeat of Mira Costa High School tonight. Pitcher Tyler Ganus ’20 started for the Wolverines, the first start of his career. After the game, Ganus said...

Third baseman Michael Snyder '19 gets one of the  four hits for the Wolverines in 2-0 CIF final loss. Credit: Keila McCabe/Chronicle

Baseball falls to Cypress High School in CIF Final

Keila McCabe May 19, 2019

Baseball fell 2-0 to Cypress High School last night in the CIF division one championship at Dodger Stadium. The squad looked for its second ever title since its first win in 2013 as well as redemption...

Drew Bowser '20 being honored by USA Baseball at all-school assembly. Credit: Lindsay Wu/Chronicle

Drew Bowser ’20 to play in Prospect Development Pipeline League

Keila McCabe May 1, 2019

This morning at all-school assembly, shortstop and Stanford University commit Drew Bowser ’20 announced he will be playing in the Prospect Development Pipeline League this summer at IMG Academy in Bradenton,...

Full Sand: Williams College commit and pitcher Jack Sandifer ’19 follows through after throwing a pitch in a 5-2 loss to Notre Dame. After winning the first game of the series, the Wolverines dropped two games to Notre Dame to lose the Mission League Finals. Credit: Caitlin Chung/Chronicle

Team looks for CIF redemption after 2018 early exit

Keila McCabe May 1, 2019

Baseball has continued its strong season with consistent tournament play, an overall record of 23-5-1 and league record of 4-3-1, placing second in Mission League to rival Notre Dame High School. One...

Early wins fuel strong league start

Keila McCabe March 30, 2019

Baseball has begun its season with a strong 9-1 record after losing to Valencia High School in the first round of the CIF Playoffs last season. The team won the Easton Tournament to start the year, defeating...

In it to win it: A look into the most successful athletic programs at the school

In it to win it: A look into the most successful athletic programs at the school

Keila McCabe February 21, 2019

With the sun beating down on the field, Caroline Sturgeon '20 crouched in the goal, her heart racing as her eyes focused on a quick Huntington Beach High School midfielder weaving through defenders. The...

Flaherty pitches during the CIF final in 2013 at Dodger Stadium. Credit: Chronicle Archives

Looking at a legend: Tracing the baseball career of Cardinals pitcher Jack Flaherty ’14

Keila McCabe December 11, 2018

Cardinals pitcher Jack Flaherty ’14 stood in Dodger Stadium, looking out at 50,000 empty seats waiting to be filled for his upcoming game against the Dodgers. He excused himself; Flaherty needed a moment...

Take me out to the ball game: Teacher catches foul ball at World Series

Austin Lee November 16, 2018

Science teacher Jesse Reiner caught a foul ball barehanded during the last game of the World Series at Dodger Stadium on Oct. 28. Reiner, a Red Sox fan raised in Massachusetts, made the catch during...

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