March 12, 2003 |
After winning the Southern Section Division V boys' tennis championship last season, North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake will try to accomplish a similar goal this year, but in Division I. The Wolverines will not be alone in their leap. As a result of the latest league and playoff realignment, all but two of last season's 10 finalists, including all five champions, will change postseason playoff divisions this season. "I don't mind it.
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March 8, 2001 |
Nicole Frantz, a top scholar, athlete and accomplished dancer at Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, was remembered Wednesday during a campus memorial service. Nicole, who died Friday night in a car accident near Mammoth Lakes, was captain of the school's cheerleading squad and planned to attend Emory University in Atlanta in the fall, said Tom Hudnut, headmaster at the private secondary school. About 800 mourners gathered Wednesday morning at nearby St.
March 2, 2001 |
It's kind of like a bit actor accepting the Academy Award. Chantal Kazay has spent almost four seasons as a role player at Louisville and Harvard-Westlake highs. She'd do the dirty work, defend top post players, crash the boards, set picks . . . and yield the stage to others at crunch time. No more.
January 9, 2001 |
She was not a prolific golfer when it came to the number of matches played during the high school season. Nor did she have a dominant record against some of the top golfers in the area. But when it was time to choose The Times' 2000 Valley/Ventura County region girls' golfer of the year, senior Ina Kim of Harvard-Westlake was the logical choice.
December 22, 2000 |
Courtney Schultz has traveled like an ambassador this year, accruing more frequent-flier miles than some pilots. She visited the Dominican Republic, hit Hawaii and spent a couple weeks in Michigan, but her favorite destination might be Cypress College, of all places.
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December 11, 2000 |
A 21-year-old college student from Encino and former scholar-athlete at Harvard-Westlake School is one of 32 Americans chosen to be next year's Rhodes Scholars. Jordan Krall, a chemistry major at Amherst College, is writing his senior thesis on creating a synthetic protein that will block replication of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Krall, a varsity baseball player for Amherst, foreshadowed his academic and athletic prowess while a student at Harvard-Westlake.
November 5, 2000 |
If you're driving down Coldwater Canyon Boulevard and spot a Ford Explorer with 17-year-old Aaron Alexander-Bloch behind the wheel, roll down your window and listen to the surprising sounds coming from his CD player. He's usually blasting Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, the kind of music that could cause the Los Angeles Police Department to pull him over because no normal teenager listens to classical music.
September 13, 2000 |
Looks like Harvard-Westlake High can play on the mainland, too. Three weeks after winning the Iolani tournament in Hawaii, the Wolverines defeated Royal, 15-9, 15-10, 15-6, in a nonleague girls' volleyball match Tuesday at Royal. There wasn't any post-match snorkeling in Hanauma Bay, but Harvard-Westlake will take its third consecutive victory in the annual match between two of the region's top teams.