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Heralds take Crean Lutheran to the very end…but come up short.

The Heralds knew it was going to be a tough task…to defeat the #4 seeded team from Crean Lutheran, but they played an outstanding game and took Crean to overtime before falling short 67-73.  We would like to congratulate the Saints on their victory. There is never any shortage in effort when the Heralds take

Herald Cheer and Song finishes their competition season as GRAND CHAMPIONS!

The Fellowship of Christian Cheerleaders (FCC) competition at Azusa Pacific on February 13 was a great day for all three WCHS squads.  JV Cheer, Varsity Song and Varsity Cheer ALL took home first place trophies, AND the Herald program altogether won the distinction of Grand Champions!  You can check out the pictures of the whole

Herald Soccer gives to Neighborhood Elementary School!

A day after the soccer season ended, our varsity coaches (Nicole Nicolaides, Shannon Madru and Franky Atonya) took some Herald soccer athletes over to El Portal Elementary School to help teach the game of soccer to about 50 students.  Heralds Kai Barboza, Ben Garcia, Cheyanne Arnold, Amy Baray and Makenna Fuehrer had the opportunity to

Whittier Christian High School Girls Varsity Soccer falls to Maranatha High School 1-2

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 2:30 PM Maranatha High School AWAY 2 Whittier Christian High School HOME 1 Game Recap Whittier Christian lost a tough game to Maranatha 2-1 in their last home game of the Olympic League season. Second half goal scored by Fatima Montelongo. WC honored their 9 seniors after today’s game. Box Scores

Herald Basketball serves local Elementary School

Coach Sherwin Durham, along with three of our Herald basketball players, led a basketball clinic for about 60 young children at El Portal Elementary School on Friday, February 5th. The Heralds were invited to participate in a special elective program for the kids that is based upon their hard work in school. Herald seniors Christian

Huge win for the Heralds boys basketball team!

I have been telling people all season long that the Heralds basketball team is REALLY good and fun to watch! The problem is that in the mix of one of the toughest leagues around, the Olympic League, you can be really good and struggle to even get a win. All five teams in the Olympic

Molly Patapoff earns All-State Honors!

Congratulations to Lady Herald libero Molly Patapoff for being chosen to the Max Preps Division 2 All-State team. Molly returned 610 serves with only 18 errors in 94 sets on the season. Molly also had 638 digs and 55 aces during the season. We are proud of you Molly!