Seniors Serve their Last Spike

Posted on April 26, 2017 by in Announcements, Sports

 

Novalee Lopez

Chronicle Reporter

Today the 26th of April is the last game that Hollywood High seniors will be playing. Today is senior night for the volleyball team, JV has gone undefeated and the varsity team end this season 7-2. The seniors on the team will be playing extra hard while they go up against Contreras High.

This game should be something special, it will be nice to see the seniors play their last game, seeing them be represented to the crowd and being recognized for their sweat and tears left on the court.  All are welcomed to come and welcomed to show their support and love towards the team and even more towards the seniors.

Hollywood Vs. Bernstein (Volleyball) Battle for Sunset Blvd.

Posted on March 27, 2017 by in Sports

Ruben Salazar

Chronicle Reporter

If you want some action today Hollywood will be facing rival school Bernstein here at Hollywood.

Hollywood who is coming in with an overall record of 5-1 is set to play their rivals. Bernstein will who is 1-5 is seeking a needed win in order to continue and have very high hopes to succeed in league. Hollywood is currently 2-0 in league and is seeking to continue their streak and stay winning and hope not to take any losses this season.

“ I’m very excited to be playing today especially since it will be my last Bernstein game away” said senior Jason Yu. The game will be intense so don’t miss it.

 

Lacrosse team drops the ball

Posted on March 23, 2017 by in Sports

Anayareli Huerta

Chronicle Reporter

The Hollywood Sheiks lacrosse team lost Monday’s home game against Jordan high school by a score of 6-1. During the first quarter of the game, the boys had a tied score during the second quarter but in the third they dropped the ball and unfortunately did not recover in time.

They also lost their first game against North Valley Military Institute with a score of 8-3.

The boys are currently practicing hard in order to beat their next rivals. Their next game will take place on Wednesday Mar. 29 against NVMI.

 

 

Lacrosse started off on the wrong foot

Posted on March 14, 2017 by in Sports

Guadalupe Huerta

Chronicle reporter

Sheiks lost their first game against  the Hawks with a score of 8-3.

Today will mark there first lacrosse game. Not only is it their first game of the season, but it is the first game ever in this school. Today they faced North Valley Military Institution. We are fortunate to have the first game here.

The Sheiks have been training rather fond. Practicing in the morning, often at lunch, and even on the weekends showing hard determination for their upcoming season.

For those who don’t know, the lacrosse game is divided into quarter. The first quarter ended with a score of 1-2. Unfortunately, the team was losing. By second quarter, the team made a come back by tying up the game. The third quarter the Hawks scored 3 more putting them in the lead. In the final quarter, Sheiks scored 1 while Hawks scored 3 causing the final score was 8-3 .

Due to the lack of players, the Sheiks took their first lost. Currently the lacrosse team is welcoming anyone interested in playing a part in the team.

Come join the best

Posted on March 7, 2017 by in News, Sports

Karina Olivera

Novalee Lopez

Chronicle Reporter

Hollywood High School Cheer are holding their tryouts again on March 16 and 17, Open gym is March 8-10, meaning the other cheerleaders will teach the girls/guys that are trying out the cheers and what they need to know for the actual tryout.

Coach Miguel held a meeting for all the girls who wanted to try out to come and hear what being a Hollywood Cheerleader means and what is going to happen this season. Coach expressed his expectations for his team and explained that being a cheerleader is not all about just wearing a cute uniform, dancing around for football. It’s a lot more our cheer team trains just as hard as any other sports at our school so the expectations are set just as high.

The cheer team has a lot going on this season, from cheering for all sports to competing in four events this year. there will be a lot of fun things that the team will be participating in, but with all these fun events comes hard work. If you have any interest or just want to see how they practice, take a trip down to the small gym.

Uneasy passes with the Lady Sheiks

Posted on February 8, 2017 by in Entertainment, Sports

Stephanie Starks

Chronicle Reporter

Beasts on the field and passionate at heart, the Lady Sheiks have almost come to a close to their 2016-17 soccer season. The varsity girls’ soccer team earned their reputation in the league by finishing their 2015-16 season undefeated, and even making it to the second round of playoffs. By raising other teams’ expectations with last season, the Lady Sheiks had to battle even harder to keep their number 1 spot. That spot was intact, until Monday, Feb 6.

The varsity girls suffered their very first loss during season and consequentially, they fell to second place, right under Miguel Contreras High School. They lost 1-0, to a single free kick. This was the fifth game the Sheiks have played since they had battled Belmont High School, who injured three of their players, including both main forwards. This loss didn’t affect the girls though, winning three and tying one out of the four games they played before MC.

It will be a tough battle for the Sheiks. They have one more game on Feb 9 against RFK, until they face the Lady Cobras again on Feb 13, the Sheiks’ senior night. It all depends on that last game whether the Lady Sheiks can take League Champs for the second time, or if they would have to give up the short lived title to the rising stars, Miguel Contreras. Come watch the Lady Sheiks battle against the Lady Cobras for the title on Feb 13 at 4:00 pm on the field.

Cheer team makes it to Jamz Comp

Posted on December 15, 2016 by in Sports

Ruben Salazar

Chronicle Reporter

The Cheer girls take a step forward this season by qualifying to the Jamz Nationals competition in Las Vegas. After a rough week the Cheer girls managed to qualify for a very hard competition that takes place in Las Vegas. The competition that made them qualify took place in the Cal State Long Beach Gym. The girls managed to get into second place but because of their most spirited award they managed to qualify for the competition in Las Vegas.

The competition is called Jamz and is a very hard competition in where a lot of high-school Cheer teams go and compete to become the National Champion. The competition will take place inside the Orleans Arena and will be scheduled on Feb.17-Feb.19 next year in 2017.

There are multiple other competitions going on before the event but will be hosted for girls that are of younger age.

The Price to enter for the competition aren’t looking so cheap. For each person it will cost $95 Dollars to enter and to be eligible to participate. The other costs will be for transportation, shelter and food which will be separate. At this point the team is still not sure whether they will go or not.

Sheiks Continue to Dominate

Posted on November 14, 2016 by in Sports

Guadalupe Huerta

Chronicle reporter

Sheiks slaughtered the Wolves with a 24-0 defeat. On Thursday Nov. 10 at 7pm, the Hollywood football team played their first play offs game at home. They played against Van Nuys High School.

Both teams started off playing well but Sheiks found a way to dominate. By the first half, Sheiks made a field goal followed by a touch down. Sheiks ended the first half with a score of 10-0.By the second half everyone was excited. The band, dance guard, and cheerleaders knew how to heat up the crowd.  Sheiks scored 2 touchdowns.

Van Nuys’ color guard and band performed during halftime. They had a very organized performance. After a field goal and 3 touchdowns, Sheiks defeated the Wolves ending the game with a score of 24-0.

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Sheiks own Sunset boulevard once again

Posted on November 8, 2016 by in Sports


Angie Duenas
Chronicle Reporter

Once again, in our third consecutive year, Hollywood has beat Bernstein. This past Friday at 7pm, past and present Hollywood students gathered at Bernstein High School to see the most talked about game of the season.
Spirits were high and Hollywood wanted to maintain their winning streak. During the game there was a very scary moment. We were tied and we were not having it. Then, Hollywood took the winning touchdown and brought the paddle home once again.
As freshman and first time Hollywood vs Bernstein spectator, Joshua Alejandro said “This was a very fun and new experience.” If you have not been to a Hollywood vs. Bernstein game you are missing out. The game is very different from others, and has truly a very different ambient.
First of all there are way more people, and school spirit is higher than ever. At one point during the game, this past Friday was supposed to be Bernstein High’s senior night. The school’s cheer squad and bad began performing on the field, soon taken over by the Hollywood High cheer squad, band, and dance guard.
As we beat Bernstein, Hollywood has also advanced to playoffs. Playing our first playoff game this Thursday at 7pm, versus Van Nuys High School. Come out and support Hollywood, do not be afraid of sheik pride because it will eventually get you.
Once again, in our third consecutive year, Hollywood has beat Bernstein. This past Friday at 7pm, past and present Hollywood students gathered at Bernstein High School to see the most talked about game of the season.
Spirits were high and Hollywood wanted to maintain their winning streak. During the game there was a very scary moment. We were tied and we were not having it. Then, Hollywood took the winning touchdown and brought the paddle home once again.
As freshman and first time Hollywood vs Bernstein spectator, Joshua Alejandro said “This was a very fun and new experience.” If you have not been to a Hollywood vs. Bernstein game you are missing out. The game is very different from others, and has truly a very different ambient.
First of all there are way more people, and school spirit is higher than ever. At one point during the game, this past Friday was supposed to be Bernstein High’s senior night. The school’s cheer squad and bad began performing on the field, soon taken over by the Hollywood High cheer squad, band, and dance guard.
As we beat Bernstein, Hollywood has also advanced to playoffs. Playing our first playoff game this Thursday at 7pm, versus Van Nuys High School. Come out and support Hollywood, do not be afraid of sheik pride because it will eventually get you.

Hollywood vs Bernstein : Girls Volleyball

Posted on October 17, 2016 by in Sports

Ruben Salazar and Pablo Pamal

Chronicle Reporters

 

It’s been a pretty rough start to girls volleyball this season, especially for varsity. On Oct. 6 they faced yet another loss to rival school Bernstein. The Sheiks were coming in with a record of 2-6 while Bernstein had a record of 4-6.

 

The start to Hollywood has not been how they thought it would be, but the girls do not have their heads down at all. The loss to Bernstein was a big loss with the score of 3-1. Meanwhile, JV took the win with a score of 2-0.

“I felt good. I knew my team had my back,” said JV captain Stephanie Ramirez. ” We played as a family that’s how we got the win.”

Their overall record when coming to play Bernstein was 4-0. On the other hand, the JV girls for Bernstein were 2-2 facing Hollywood.

 

Varsity still has a couple of games left facing schools RFK, Helen Bernstein, Miguel Contreras, and Belmont all once again. JV will be facing the same teams and are hoping to go undefeated. The varsity and JV girls are hoping to beat Bernstein in their final clash on Oct 10.
“I do not feel nervous and I feel confident in my girls,” said co-captain Courtney Kilpatrick, “and I know when they go on that court they will play their heart out and do their best.”