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Webb Canyon Chronicle

The Student News Site of The Webb Schools

Webb Canyon Chronicle

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Sophomore catcher Mikey Pino (‘26), who has already logged 17 hits and 16 runs with a season batting average of .436, extends his arms as he drives the outside pitch to right field for a double, putting the team in a great position to score. “I have felt really good in the box while hitting,” said Mikey Pino (‘26), “Recently I feel like I cannot get out, I feel amazing”
Webb baseball charges ahead in playoff run
Troy Seanoa, Ethan Normann, and Brandon Arteaga | March 29, 2024

The Webb Schools' baseball team is making waves in the San Joaquin league with an impressive 13-3 record, positioning themselves solidly in third...

Senior wrestler, Ken Lin (24’), goes up against one of the many wrestlers who attended this year’s wrestling CIF championship. Out of 30 members on the wrestling team, only four upperclassmen and 4 other members qualified to participate in the CIF wrestling tournament. “This year was a pivotal year for Webb wrestling,” said Eric Hansen, VWS and WSC wrestling coach and humanities department faculty. “This year, our team has had the most members [it’s ever had], and suddenly, the possibilities felt bigger.”
Wrestling team smashes the season
Ben Madanski, Staff Writer | March 10, 2024
Nicole Sampson (‘26), shoots against an opposing team, while an eager audience awaits the outcome of her shot. As Webbies reminisce on the team’s remarkable progression through CIF, the question of how this team made it this far begins to appear. “Everyone on the team gets along, and with new people coming in and stepping up in leadership, we have really good shot at CIF next year,” Geniya Parker (‘26) said.
Core principles drive VWS basketball team
Gianna Darden, Staff Writer | March 9, 2024
WSC varsity basketball head coach Micheal Dunford coaches his team on the sideline, directing each player exactly what he wants to see out on the court. He sends in substitutes to have a fresh lineup on the court, replacing all the starters.
WSC Varsity Basketball keeps fighting through the season
Nicolaas Grobler | January 25, 2024
In preparation for the incoming volleyball season, Jacob Zhang (‘26) practices serving the ball during the WSC Clinics. Despite the ascent to Les Perry Gym, prospective students interested in playing Volleyball this Spring will have to make the climb. “Volleyball clinic was a great way to get to know the players on the teams and coaches and to work on my skill,” Samantha Crawford (‘26) said. Whether it is the VWS or WSC volleyball clinic, the experience serves as an important building block for all players.
WSC volleyball clinic prepares players for domination
Gianna Darden and Ben Madanski | January 23, 2024
Brian Caldwell, Triathlon team head coach, stands next to the pool as swimmers flip turn and do another lap. The steamy fog reflects a freezing temperature of 35 degrees fahrenheit at 7:00 a.m. in the morning. Despite the cold, swimmers persevere and continue training for their full triathlon by the end of the season, with breathtaking dawns as their constant companion.
Seas the Day: Triathletes conquer the early morning pool
Jenny Wang and Emily Li | January 15, 2024
Excited varsity Webbies across grades and schools prepare to take on alumni, for a competitive, fun packed game of sibling rivalries and reconnection with old friends. Coach Mbengue steps in to play alongside his students, anticipating an action-filled game against his former team.
Varsity vs. Alumni: Winter break’s competitive soccer match!
Lauren Gutierrez and Kristine Bisgaard | January 12, 2024
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Mathew Maschler (24) and Jonathan Rosales-Cardenas (24) stand together on WSC Soccer’s field while talking about their new afternoon activities for the Winter Season. Jonathan is WSC Varsity Soccer this year; having been a part of the program for the last 3 seasons, he said, “I am excited for my senior season and enjoy playing with my friends on the team.” Both Matt and Jonathan are excited for this season of sports at Webb and plan to attend as many of their fellow peers games as well.
Webb athletes prepare for winter season
Nicolaas Grobler | November 30, 2023
After having a very successful season, Saira Bhagat (‘25) and Jasmine Beseth (‘25) take a break after qualifying for CIF individuals. Both have dominated the court on varsity since freshman year, and their three years together shows in their excellent communication on the court. “I’m most proud of the fact that we made it to CIF, and we had a really great season with a lot of spirit,” said Saira. Jasmine agreed that this season, everyone bonded really well and contributed to a positive team spirit. “This season, Im proud of getting to know everyone and having fun,” Jasmine said.
VWS Tennis has a successful season ending in CIF
Kristine Bisgaard | November 16, 2023
Webb Fall Sports teams: VWS Volleyball, VWS Golf, VWS Tennis, WSC Waterpolo, WSC Football, WSC and VWS Cross country.
Fall Sports Intro
Stratton Rebish, Jenny Tran, Ethan Normann, Kristine Bisgaard, and Brandon Arteaga | September 28, 2023
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