Whittier Christian Girls Junior Varsity Cross Country

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Cross Country performs well at the Pat Hadley Memorial Invitational

Pat Hadley Memorial, September 7, 2019 Our Saturday morning started off with our senior girls (Katie Herron, Sarah Isip, Meagan Aguilar) running in the very first race of the day. They all ran a very competitive race pushing themselves to run a great season opener considering how limited practice was due to the heat the

Herald Cross Country Schedule 2017

Come out and support Coach Endemano and his dedicated runners in their upcoming season.  Here is the 2017 schedule of invitationals and league races.  Go Heralds!

Olympic League Fall All-League Heralds

Congratulations to our Fall Olympic League Heralds!  Here are the listings for Cross Country, Football, Girls Tennis and Girls Volleyball. Way to Go Heralds!!!

Girls Cross Country wins at Maranatha!

Congratulations to the Herald Girls Cross Country team for traveling to Maranatha on October 26th and defeating Maranatha 18-37. Amy Baray came in first place with a time of 21:48 followed by Katie Herron (2nd), Fatima Montelongo (3rd), Emily Jeffers (5th) and Kennedi Bissuett (7th). In the boys race, the Heralds were beaten by Maranatha

Cross Country battles at Clark Park!

The Herald Cross Country team put in a great effort on Thursday, September 29 at Clark Park in Buena Park.  It was an Olympic League race with tough teams from Valley Christian and Village Christian. Herald senior Ben White finished a strong third place to two very strong runners from Valley Christian.  In the girl’s

Whittier Christian High School Girls Varsity Cross Country beat Heritage Christian High School-South Campus 24-31

Thursday, September 15, 2016 4:00 PM Heritage Christian High School-South Campus AWAY 31 Whittier Christian High School HOME 24 Meet Recap Amy Baray ran away from the competition to finish in first place! Also strong races run by freshman Katherine Herron, Kennedi Bissuett, Fatima Montelongo and Sophie Aguirre! Heralds win a tight race by 7

Herald Athletes support Povertees

All of the fall Herald athletes (football, girls volleyball, girls tennis, cheer, song and cross country) teamed up today to support the Povertees ministry of Skid Row in Los Angeles.  In a day and age where athletes tend to think only of themselves, it is fun to watch when athletes can look beyond themselves into