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Star guard reclassifies to 2019 class

William Seymour May 1, 2019

Five star recruit and key boys’ basketball team member Johnny Juzang ’19 announced his reclassification from the class of 2020 to the class of 2019 April 24, meaning that he will attend college in...

KAT IN THE SOFTBALL HAT: Shortstop Kat Swander ’19 prepares to hit in the 7-0 loss against Alemany High School on March 12. The squad is currently 1-1 against Alemany this season, beating the Warriors for the first time April 17 in its second matchup.
Credit: Jay Lassiter/Chronicle

Late season upsets over Bishop Alemany and Notre Dame improve Mission League record

William Seymour May 1, 2019

Following a slow 0-4 start to league play, the softball team pulled off three league wins in their last four games and won four of their last six games overall. Coach Brittany Moeai said that she...

BABY DRIVER: Jacob Futterman ’21 starts to drive the ball in the Wolverines’ 186-197 loss to Loyola High School on Feb. 28.  Credit: Jay Lassiter/Chronicle

Program head puts forth changes in first year back

William Seymour March 20, 2019

Boys’ golf has started the season with a record of 3-2 overall and 2-2 record in league, under new program head Scott Wood, with their biggest score differential in their 204-251 win against Bishop...

Girls’ soccer loses in semi-finals of the CIF Regional Tournament

William Seymour February 28, 2019

The girls’ soccer team’s season has come to end following its 1-0 defeat tonight against Los Alamitos High School in the Semi-Final game of the CIF Regional Tournament. The squad finished with an...

Boys’ golf wins second straight game under new program head

William Seymour February 27, 2019

The boys’ golf team won its second game of the season 214-219 against Chaminade College Preparatory in their home opener today at Wilson and Harding Golf Courses, extending their 2-0 undefeated season....

Girls’ soccer wins round one of CIF Regional Tournament

William Seymour February 26, 2019

Girls’ soccer defeated Carlsbad High School 3-2 in overtime tonight in round one of the CIF Regional Tournament, capping their record off at 18-1-6. The Wolverines’ first two goals came during...

#NOPHILTER: Defender Natalie Phillips ’21 prepares to pass the ball while midfielder Whitney Elson ’19 looks on in the 1-0 Senior Night win against Notre Dame High School on Jan. 31. This win capped the Wolverines’ overall record off at 14-0-6. Credit: Lucas Lee/Chronicle

Semi-final playoff loss ends squad’s undefeated streak

William Seymour February 23, 2019

The girls’ soccer team ended its undefeated streak by losing 3-0 at the CIF Southern Section Division I Semi-Finals to Los Alamitos High School on Feb. 16. The squad had an overall record of 17-1-6...

Midfielder Natalie Barnouw '21 lunges for the ball in the Wolverines 1-0 win over Notre Dame High School today. Photo Credit: Lucas Lee/Chronicle

Girls’ soccer defeats Notre Dame High School on Senior Night

William Seymour January 31, 2019

Girls' soccer defeated Notre Dame High School 1-0 today on Senior Night, extending their undefeated season. The team is currently 14-0-6 overall and 7-0-1 in league play. The Wolverines clinched the Mission...

Midfielder Natalie Barnouw '21 and midfielder Whitney Elson '19 both go after the ball in the Wolverines' 2-2 game against South Hills High School on Dec. 4.
Credit: Ryan Albert / Chronicle

Experience and depth result in an undefeated season

William Seymour January 30, 2019

The Wolverines have yet to lose a game so far this season and clinched the Mission League title on Friday after beating Flintridge Sacred Heart High School. They have also outscored all of their opponents...

HW ATHLETICS NEW APP: Jason Kelly and The Harvard-Westlake Athletics Department present the brand new HW Athletics app.  The app transforms how fans can follow their favorite teams.

Athletics shifts to mobile

William Seymour December 12, 2018

The Harvard-Westlake athletics department released a new HW Athletics App which will allow members of the community to track their favorite Wolverine players and teams. “What we’re finding is that...

FLYNNER FLYNNER CHICKEN DINNER: Defender Flynn Klace ’19 heads the ball in the 2-2 tie against South Hills in the first game of the Aliso Cup Tournament on Dec. 4. Both forward Katherine Hollis ’19 and midfielder Whitney Elson ’19 scored for the Wolverines. Photo Credit: Ryan Albert / Chronicle

Experience fuels team’s early success

William Seymour December 12, 2018

The girls’ soccer team is off to a positive start after beating San Juan Hills High School 3-1 in the championship of the OC Winter Showcase on Dec. 1. As of press time, they have a record of 5-0-3. On...

Boys’ water polo wins CIF Division I Championship

William Seymour November 10, 2018

The boys’ water polo team defeated Newport Harbor High School 5-3 on Saturday making the Wolverines CIF Division 1 Champions. Going into the match, Newport Harbor was on a 21 game winning streak and...

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