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The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Boys Tennis team dominates in win against Crespi High School

Ben Jacoby May 4, 2021

The boys tennis team won 18-0 against Crespi High School on April 29 at home. The squad’s record is now 9-1 overall and 7-1 in Mission League play.  Singles player Emilio Cue ’22 said the team's...

Baseball team wins series against Crespi High School

Ben Jacoby April 30, 2021

The baseball team won its series against Crespi High School 3-0 on April 30 on the road.  On April 27, the squad played the first game of the series, winning 6-0. This game continued a winning streak...

Boys basketball holds on for win against Crespi Carmelite High School

Claire Conner April 25, 2021

The boys basketball team beat Crespi Carmelite High School 54-47 on Friday, adding another victory to its five-game win streak. The team now has an 8-2 record for the season, with nine games left to play...

Boys soccer splits contests between Loyola High School and St. Francis High School

Justin Goldstein April 22, 2021

The boys soccer team lost to Loyola High School 0-2 at Ted Slavin Field on Monday, and then defeated St. Francis High School 2-1 the following Wednesday. These contests made the squad’s Mission League...

Boys soccer ties Crossroads High School in back and forth battle

Justin Goldstein March 28, 2021

The boys soccer team tied Crossroads High School 1-1 making the squad's record 0-3-1 this season at home Friday. Chronicle staff writer Charlie Seymour '23 scored the one goal for the Wolverines in...

Football team defeats Salesian Mustangs

Alex Hahn March 20, 2021

The football team continued a promising start to their belated season, claiming a dominant victory over Salesian High School in their second game March 19. The Wolverines won 48-29, and they remain undefeated...

Boys' water polo player Jaxson Tierney '23 sets up to shoot the ball in the face of numerous defenders.

Boys water polo dominates over St. Francis

Andrew Park March 17, 2021

The boys water polo team beat St. Francis High School 23-8 in their sixth game of the season on Monday. The team has improved to 5-1 this year and 4-0 in their league games. Despite the large win, Daniel...

Girls water polo narrowly defeats Long Beach Wilson High School

Danny Johnson March 15, 2021

The girls water polo team defeated Long Beach Wilson High School in a close game, by a score of 12-10 at home on Monday. It was a meaningful win for the Wolverines, beating one of their long-time rivals....

Kimberly Tan '22 gets ready to return the ball in her first set of the day.

Girls tennis beats Notre Dame High School in season opener

Justin Goldstein March 3, 2021

The girls tennis team won 11-7 in their season opener at home against Notre Dame High School. This was the squad’s first game back after COVID-19 shutdowns prompted statewide athletic closures. With...

Newsom announces new guidelines for youth sports

February 22, 2021

Governor Gavin Newsom announced new thresholds that counties have to meet in order to resume outdoor youth sports Feb. 19. According to the new guidelines, schools can resume outdoor sports once COVID-19...

Varsity Runner Daniela Quintero '22 warms up before her race.

School hosts first Cross Country meet since pandemic

Liam Razmjoo and Justin Goldstein February 18, 2021

The Cross Country team participated in the first competitive sporting event held since the school cancelled all athletic activities due to the pandemic on Mar. 11. The Wolverines faced off against Loyola...

On- And off-Court Prowess: Tennis program head Bo Hardt trains on a red clay court with his coach and hitting partner during the summer.

COVID-19 influences athletic coaches’ lifestyles

Ryan Razmjoo January 4, 2021

When tennis program head Bo Hardt checked his email and saw that the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) had announced the cancellation of the spring season, he was overcome by emotion. “As...

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