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Wolverines pick up sixth win on Halloween

The Harvard-Westlake varsity football team won at home on Halloween against Salesian, 28-14. The team’s record is now 6-3 overall and is third place in the Angelus League with a 2-2 league record. Many students participated in the Halloween festivities, including drumline and the cheerleading team, who both dressed up for the occasion. There was…
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Paul Olund

November 3, 2014

The Harvard-Westlake varsity football team won at home on Halloween against Salesian, 28-14. The team’s record is now 6-3 overall and is third place in the Angelus League with a 2-2 league record.

Many students participated in the Halloween festivities, including drumline and the cheerleading team, who both dressed up for the occasion. There was an In-N-Out truck on campus serving food as well as booths selling beverages and snacks.

The squad kept the ball on the ground for most of the game, running for a total of 282 yards. In their final regular-season game, the Wolverines will play St. Paul on Friday at home. A win would ensure the team third place in the league and an automatic spot in the CIF-SS Southeast Division Playoffs.

—Kelly Loeb and Henry Vogel

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