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The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

The Student News Site of Harvard-Westlake School

The Harvard-Westlake Chronicle

Guard Brando Fuqua ’23 glances up before shooting the ball at a practice Dec. 7. The team’s next game is Jan. 21.

Boys basketball team continues Mission League play after COVID-19 cancellations

Andrew Park January 19, 2022

After losing to Notre Dame High School 61-71 on Jan. 7, the boys basketball team beat Alemany High School 74-26 on Wednesday and Loyola High School 79-49 on Friday. Forward Santiago Hernandez ’23 said the...

To prepare for upcoming games, Jordyn Call 23 pushes off Jamie Yue 24 to receive an entry pass from a teammate.

Girls basketball team looks to improve in remaining games

Paul Kurgan, Assistant Sports Editor January 19, 2022

The girls basketball team returned to competitive play following a three week hiatus because of COVID-19 in a game against Junipero Serra High School on Jan. 8, which they lost 51-59. After defeating Canyon...

Sprinter and jumper Zane Danton 22 cheers as he completes a triple jump in a meet against Crespi Carmelite High School.

Senior athletes reflect back on their time as teammates

Leo Saperstein, Assistant Sports Editor January 19, 2022

As an eighth grader at Noble Charter Middle School, Dahnte Russell ’22 sat on the bleachers in Taper Gym, watching the boys basketball team compete against St. Francis High School. When Russell caught...

Defender Dani Lynch ’23 runs across Ted Slavin Field during a home game against Bishop Alemany High School on Jan. 12, which the girls soccer team won 9-0. The team beat Chaminade High School at a game on Jan. 14 with a score of 4-1 and currently has a 5-1-4 overall record.

Girls soccer team reflects on current season

Charlie Seymour January 19, 2022

The girls soccer team currently has a 5-1-4 overall record, winning games against Santa Ynez High School on Dec. 1, Downey High School on Dec. 15, Santiago Corona High School on Dec. 18, Alemany High...

ANGEL CITY SPORTS: Promoting the Paralympic movement, Mayor Eric Garcetti ’88 speaks with participants and athletes on Ted Slavin Field. July 31.

Wolverines host Angel City Sports

Claire Conner August 26, 2021

The school partnered with Angel City Sports, a Paralympic organization based in Southern California, to host an event for athletes with physical disabilities or visual impairments July 31. The organization...

Illustration by Alexa Druyanoff

Succeeding through sports psychology

Dylan Graff August 26, 2021

As youth sports grow more competitive, student-athletes are learning more about sports psychology to gain a competitive edge over their opponents. Recently, the school decided to delve into the field,...

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Keira Cook August 26, 2021

As cheesy as it may sound, my biggest dream has always been becoming a high school varsity cheerleader. I feel incredibly lucky to have been involved in the cheer programs every year since seventh grade....

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...

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