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Off of a pick by forward Kyle Hearlihy 19, guard Johnny Juzang 20 shoots his first of three three-point shots in a row to start the first quarter. Credit: Keila McCabe/Chronicle

Boys’ basketball wins over St. Francis on senior night

Keila McCabe January 16, 2019

Boys’ basketball won against St. Francis 68-53 on senior night. The Wolverines’ overall record improves to 15-5 and league record of 3-1. Before the game, forward Kyle Hearlihy ’19, guard Darren...

HARD IN THE PAINT: Forward Jayda Ruffus-Milner ’18 drives against FSHA at home in a 64-33 blowout win Jan. 25. She averages 10.7 points per game and 7.6 rebounds per game. The team is 2-0 against FSH this season winning each by more than 30 points. Wing Melanie Hirsch ’18 finished 13 points, 10 in the first quarter.  PHOTO CREDIT: Luke Casola / Chronicle

Stars, freshmen combine to win league undefeated

Luke Casola February 14, 2018

Coming off of a 25-5 overall and 6-2 league record last season, the girls’ basketball team ended its regular season with an undefeated league record and claimed the Mission League title. The team finished...

Kiki Iriafen 21 puts up a shot against Marymount. Iriafen led the team in shooting, putting up 18 points through three quarters. Photo Credit: Luke Casola / Chronicle

Girls’ basketball snatches second league win

Luke Casola January 11, 2018

Girls basketball beat Marymount 74-26 today, marking their 14th win of the season, despite the absence of starter Jayla Ruffus-Milner ’18. The team is now 2-0 in the Mission League after a win against...

Clothing collected by Kyle and Melissa Hearlihy line the floor of the Ventura High School Gym. Credit: Kyle Hearlihy 19

Student collects clothes for victims of Thomas Fire

Sophie Haber December 10, 2017

To bring relief to victims of the Thomas Fire, which Cal Fire declared the  fifth largest wildfire in California history, Kyle Hearlihy ’19 and his mother Melissa Hearlihy, who is the girls basketball...

Students come together on Facebook to support fire victims

Sophie Haber December 7, 2017

In the wake of four wildfires in the Los Angeles area that caused students to evacuate their homes and the school to cancel classes, almost 300 students took to Facebook to show their support for those...

Former basketball player chooses to play at Tulane

Patrick Ryan April 24, 2013

Josh Hearlihy ’12 has committed to play college basketball at Tulane after playing this past year at Northfield Mount Hermon, a post-graduate prep school in Massachusetts. Hearlihy joined former Wolverine...

Tell us more about what’s going on

February 8, 2012

We can see why "The Laramie Project" nearly sold out on Friday and Saturday night. It’s a shocking story sprinkled with humor and acted with sincerity and candor. Last week the cast performed...

Cain named Mission League co-MVP, two teammates all-league

March 15, 2011

By Alex Leichenger The Mission League selected Damiene Cain '11 as one of its two Most Valuable Players Monday, and Zena Edosomwan '12 and Josh Hearlihy '12 earned all-league first team honors. Cain shared...

Boys’ basketball defeats rival Loyola

Chronicle Staff January 14, 2011

By Judd Liebman In one of the most anticipated games of the season, the boys’ basketball team extended its undefeated league record to 5-0 with a narrow 81-74 home victory over rival Loyola on...

Dragovich to fight CIF ineligibility ruling in court

Chronicle Staff December 20, 2010

By Alex Leichenger and Judd Liebman Wolverine varsity basketball player Danilo Dragovic ’11 will ask the courts to overturn a decision by the CIF, upholding its previous ruling that he is ineligible...

Fac Brat Pack

Chronicle Staff April 28, 2010

  By Jordan Gavens and Lara Sokoloff When some parents drive their children to school, they drop them off at the entrance, tell them to have a great day and then drive away. Yet, while some students...

Girls’ basketball loses last game, still heads toward CIF playoffs

February 12, 2008

By Lucy JacksonAlthough four varsity starters returned from last year, the girls’ basketball team suffered injuries late in the season. Despitea strong projection, the team ended in third place in...

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