Cross country finishes season at State Finals

After an extensive playoff run, the boys’ and girls’ cross country teams concluded their seasons at State Finals Saturday at Woodward Park, where the boys finished 12th overall while the girls took fifth. Trishta Dordi ’15 placed 13th in the girls’ race, as boys’ co-captain David Manahan ’14 finished 27th individually in the boys’ race. […]

Senior runner wins event at national track invitational

By Julius Pak Two days after playing in a grueling CIF quarterfinal girls’ soccer match, runner Cami Chapus ’12 won her event at the Brooks PR Invitational. Chapus finished first in the 10-girl, 800-meter race in two minutes and 10 seconds, the number two time in the nation, despite “feeling so sore” the day before, […]

Robotics club places 53rd of 65

By Austin Block Nursing hopes of making the playoffs, the robotics team drove to Long Beach and entered the three-day Los Angeles Regional of the international For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology Robotics Competition Thursday, March 24. However, those playoff hopes didn’t last long. The team struggled to score points in competition missed […]

Alum demonstrates Ju-jitsu for juniors

By Jamie Kim Dave Eckardt ’03 visited the Upper School Dec. 6 to give a Ju-jitsu demonstration during junior class meeting. The presentation served to promote the team and “clarify misunderstandings about what the team actually is,” Eckardt said. Ju-jitsu, a centuries-old Japanese martial art, has lost popularity among students in recent years. When Eckardt […]

Chaminade foil tournament marks start of fencing season

By Ben Goldstein The fencing team will begin its campaign to win its sixth consecutive league championship on Oct. 13.  This date marks the Southern California Scholastic Fencing League’s first tournament of the season, an individual foil event, at Chaminade High School. Eric Arzoian ’09, the team’s top individual saber, believes his team is in […]

Deans nominate aspiring actress for Morehead

By Nikila Sri-Kumar Chloe Searcy ’07, who moved to Los Angeles from North Carolina in 2004, is the second member of her family to be a candidate for the Morehead Scholarship awarded by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Searcy’s father was a finalist for the scholarship, which includes four years of tuition to […]