Whittier Christian Girls Varsity Tennis

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Heralds Launch New Speed and Strength Program!

The Herald Athletic Department is excited to announce a new Speed and Strength program for ALL WCHS sports!  Starting on November 27th our teams will be training on campus with Cam Phillips and Paul Fabritz of PJF Performance of Anaheim.  These two men will be training our athletes AND our coaches to help us in

Heralds Tennis Performs Well In Olympic League Tournament

It was a beautiful day Wednesday as the Heralds hosted the Olympic League Tennis Tournament. The best of the league were there representing their schools and all were ready to fight for their opportunity to continue on to CIF. The league tournament is played at the end of every season to determine which players from

Girls Tennis defeats Heritage Christian on Senior Day

Today marked the second meeting between the Heralds girls tennis team and Heritage Christian with the Heralds coming into the match 1-0. The first round started off well for Whittier Christian as all 3 singles players, Kayla Koba, Hawoo Shim and Eliana Williams, had a great showing pulling in 3 points. The doubles teams of

Girls Tennis Defeats Heritage Christian 15-3

The Heralds Tennis team had a great day Thursday as they played Heritage Christian in a league match. The Heralds came out strong and were ahead thru all 3 rounds. Singles players Hawoo Shim and Joyce Gao were both key factors in the win as both girls went 3-3 defeating all the Heritage singles players.

Heralds Girls Tennis Victorious over Los Altos

Girls Varsity tennis took on the Conquerors of Los Altos on Wednesday, September 5th and came away with a very close 10-8 win. All 3 singles players had a great day with Senior Kayla Koba and Hawoo Shim coming away with 3 sets won overall (Koba: 7-5, 6-0, 7-5 & Shim: 6-4, 6-1, 6-3) and

Herald Girls Tennis Battles Sonora

The Herald Girls Tennis team opened up HOME play today (August 28) at the La Mirada Tennis Center  in a non-league match with Sonora High.  Our girls battled but came up just short…falling 8-10. Special Congratulations to Rachel Kosaka and Monet Munoz for going undefeated on the afternoon! Here are some pictures from the contest…