Whittier Christian Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 4 - 6
  • Conference Record: 0 - 3

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Five Heralds Celebrated Going On to Play in College!

During the Senior Chapel today, Whittier Christian celebrated five Heralds who will go on to play their respective sports in college.  What an awesome privilege to get an education AND play the sport!  Here is a list of the student/athletes along with some pictures from the morning.  GO HERALDS! Quinn Commans – Football (undecided) Alex

3-Sport Athletes Recognized!

In one of the final chapels of the year today, the Herald athletic department recognized 15 students who participate in three sports (fall, winter and spring).  We are proud of these student/athletes and their perseverance to play multiple sports during the course of the school year!  Pictured are just some of those who made it! 

Brett Esslinger Announced As New Herald Head Football Coach!

Post for Social Media & Press Release: Dear WCHS Football Players and Parents, Thank you for your patience and your prayers during this time of transition.  I have been working with a selection committee that included representatives from administration, school board, and faculty. To avoid a conflict of interest, our Athletic Director, Rol Esslinger, recused

Quinn Commans on the All State Football Roster!

Congratulations to Herald QB Quinn Commans for being chosen to the Cal-Hi Sports All State team for the Small Schools division!  Read the article here… https://www.calhisports.com/2018/01/27/all-state-fb-2017-small-schools/

Coach Sergio Gradilla resigns as Herald Football head coach after a 9-year Run

The Herald athletic department and the Whittier Christian High School community would like to thank Coach Sergio Gradilla for his 9-year run as our head football coach.  Coach Gradilla announced to his players today that he is leaving the position.  Coach Gradilla will stay on at Whittier Christian with his other duties on campus, but

Four Heralds on All-Area Football Team!

Congratulations to the Herald Football team for placing four with All-Area honors!  No individuals can do it by themselves in a tough team sport like football, but it is great to see individuals honored for their achievements.  Here are the Heralds who were chosen All-Area by the Whittier Daily News: Quinn Commans – Co Offensive

HERALD UPDATE! Quinn Comman’s Final Career QB Stats

There was an issue in tabulating Quinn’s final career statistics.  All of the problems have been resolved, and here are his 4-year statistics.  We once again congratulate Quinn on this amazing career and thank his linemen, receivers and coaches for all that they did to help him accomplish these: Career passing yardage:  10,183 Career touchdown

Quinn Commans…An Amazing Career as the Herald Quarterback!

The Herald football team has finished the 2017 season, and therefore we saw the end of the career of our quarterback Quinn Commans.  Quinn actually started his varsity experience by playing in two games as a freshman.  Due to some injuries to the quarterbacks of the 2014 season, Quinn was brought up to varsity from

Herald Football finishes season with a 54-22 win at Ribet Academy

The Herald Football team finished off their season in strong fashion at Ribet Academy (Los Angeles) on Friday, November 3rd.  The Frogs of Ribet Academy were BIG and pounded the running game early to take a lead, but the passing game of the Heralds was too much for Ribet, and the Heralds came away with

Herald Football Seniors honored at Final Home Game

The Heralds would like to thank our Senior football players for their leadership and dedication over the past four years!  These young men have grown in courage and faith, and it has been fun to watch them!  It was an honor to have Ethan Hawks’ parents with us in our final home game, and we