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Midfielder Fiene Oerlemans 22 shoots in the 2-1 win against Huntington Beach High School today. Oerlemans scored both goals for the Wolverines.  Credit: Lucas Lee/Chronicle

Field Hockey remains perfect, defeats Huntington Beach

Lucas Lee September 12, 2019

The field hockey team beat Huntington Beach High School 2-1 today to continue its undefeated season. The squad is currently 43-0 in the last three seasons. The last time the two teams faced off was in...

On the Attack: Center forward Emily Kornguth 20 looks to score in the 1-0 win against Newport Harbor in the second round of playoffs. Photo credit: Luke Casola/Chronicle.

Breakfast of Champions: Behind Field Hockey’s Record-Breaking Dominance

Luke Casola November 12, 2018

As the clock counted down in the LAFHA Championship game, the excitement of the varsity field hockey team could be felt throughout the crowd as the players stormed the field to celebrate the 2-1...

Field hockey dominates in perfect season

Lucas Gelfond November 21, 2017

As the clock ran out and the scoreboard read 3-1, excitement ran through the crowd and team. Months of hard work, lifting, practices and 20 games ended up in a perfect season. The field hockey team won...

Field Hockey defeats Chaminade, moves to 5-0 in League play

Bennett Gross October 6, 2014

After winning four games in a row, the field hockey team routed the Chaminade Eagles today, winning by a final count of 7-0. The team has now won their first five games in LAFHA play. The Wolverines had...

Field hockey defeats Louisville in first league game

Bennett Gross September 23, 2014

After losing to Huntington Beach in their last game, the field hockey team won their first LAFHA match of the season Tuesday, defeating Louisville High School 10-0. The team used both Mia Reilly '18...

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