Multiple Teams · Herald Youth Sport Summer Camps ARE HERE!
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!
Congratulations to Herald Basketball Senior Jake Williams for being chosen as the MVP for the “Stripes” team at Saturday’s All Star Basketball game at Whittier College! Below is a link to the article by Will Hernandez of the Daily News. WHITTIER DAILY NEWS ARTICLE ABOUT THE SARGENT’S ALL STAR GAME 2018
Hello Heralds. Attached you will find the schedule of our summer programs for all sports. Please check it out and set your schedules up around this as much as possible. Also…make sure you get cleared in the early summer for participation. Instructions are in the packet. Thanks…and GO HERALDS! HERALD-ATHLETICS-SUMMER-PROGRAM-ALL-SPORTS3
Our Herald Boys Varsity Basketball team will be playing AWAY at Saddleback Valley Christian on Wednesday, February 14, at 7:00 pm. This is the first round of the CIF 3AA playoffs. Make your plans to drive to San Juan Capistrano and support the boys Wednesday night! GO HERALDS!
The Herald Boys Varsity Basketball team had to fight for every point against a great team from Valley Christian on February 9th. The Heralds and the Crusaders finished league play in a tie for 3rd place, which forced a “play in” game for the automatic bid into the playoffs. The Crusaders had just defeated the
Our Girls AND Boys Basketball teams are both in playoff tie-breaker situations with Valley Christian, and both teams play TONIGHT AT VALLEY to determine their position. Here are the details: GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. VALLEY CHRISTIAN (Game 5:00 pm at Valley Christian, Friday, February 9). Our girls finished in a 3-way tie for second place with
Friday, February 2nd was Senior Night in the Leon Davis Event Center. The Herald Basketball program recognized one senior girl and eight senior boys on that special night. Senior Girl: Sierra Gohl Senior Boys: Doug Butler, Quinn Commans, Cade McGee, Sonnie Nieves, Justin Rodriguez, Erik Sheets, Jake Williams and Lorenzo Zamorano The girls played the
Runnin’ Heralds go on the road to defeat Village Christian by the final score of 72-59. Looking to cap an exciting week of Olympic League play that saw the Heralds defeat their rival Valley Christian, the boys varsity entered the evening needing a win to get to 2-2 in league play and solidify themselves as