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Chase Hurwitz, Sports Editor

 

Fun fact: The first pets Chase ever had were a couple of frogs!

Interests outside of school: Hiking with his dog near the coast, playing video games with friends during shelter-in-place.

Favorite celebrity: Dave Chappel.

Grade: 11.

Email: [email protected]

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Menlo seniors, pictured left to right, Gregory Hilderbrand, Daniel Solomon and Henry Kearnan watch the first varsity football game of the season from the bleachers. Staff Photo: Alexa Friesel.

Menlo Football and Maybe a Normal Life are Back, Knights Win Their First Game of the Season

August 30, 2021

With the weather at 91 degrees, students and parents packing the stands and just the slight scent of smoke in the air, Menlo seemed almost back to...

Junior Sergio Beltran completes a throw from the pocket in the season opener against Hillsdale High School. Menlo football recently won their second game against Aragon High School to move to a record of 2-0. Photo courtesy of Pam Tso McKenney.

Menlo Football Takes a Convincing Win over Aragon High School

April 1, 2021

The Menlo varsity football team beat Aragon High School on March 27, steamrolling the Dons with a final score of 40-14. The Knights scored 26 of their...

The Menlo girls basketball team competes in early 2020. As a result of a recent lawsuit by high school students in San Diego, California is reopening many indoor high school sports. Photo courtesy of Doug Peck.

California Reopens More Indoor Sports in Response to Lawsuit

March 4, 2021

Note: This page will continue to be updated with details as this story develops. --------- A legal settlement against the State of California will lift...

Knight Hour is a weekly broadcast by The Coat of Arms covering Menlo news and announcements. This week, hosts Valentina Ross and Lauren Lawson are featuring three CoA stories, including one about the recent Knight Games between athletics pods, as well as several announcements about upcoming events. Staff photo: Chase Hurwitz.

[Photo] Video: Knight Hour – November 16, 2020

November 16, 2020

Knight Hour is a weekly broadcast by The Coat of Arms covering Menlo news and announcements. This week, hosts Valentina Ross and Lauren Lawson are featuring...

The coronavirus pandemic has affected athletic recruitment processes for numerous Menlo students, including senior Avery Lee. Lee committed to play basketball at Yale University this past spring. Photo courtesy of Avery Lee.

Getting Recruited to Play Collegiate Sports is Hard, But COVID-19 is Making It Even Harder

October 12, 2020

COVID-19 has created an unpredictable situation for student athletes trying to get recruited to play at the collegiate level. Menlo coaches and players...

After 44 years of teaching at Menlo, Upper School math and computer science teacher Michael Thibodeaux is retiring. Photo courtesy of Pete Zivkov.

Looking Back on Math and Computer Science Teacher Michael Thibodeaux’s 44-year Career at Menlo

May 29, 2020

“I usually have a pointed way of saying it, but I think that every class, if it’s been successful, should give you another sense, another way of looking...

At the first assembly, student council passed out wristbands with the three Ps written on it. Students are encouraged to wear them to keep these values in mind. Staff Photo: Chase Hurwitz.

The Three P’s: A Helpful Addition or a Waste of Time?

September 16, 2019

Presence, purpose, perspective, and a free wrist-band. That, in my book, is a quality assembly. Student council has unveiled the Three P’s to try to...

Kitt (right) studied in the Soviet Union during a time of drastic change in 1989. Kitt experienced riots and protests while in Russia, but was also met with unparalleled kindness and hospitality.

Menlo Teachers Recount Their Experiences Living in Foreign Countries

May 23, 2019

“By far the most burned-into-my-memory image is the day I was dropped off in this tiny little town. And it's the image of me looking down a long gravel...

Netflix logo. Netflix was founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph originally as an online DVD rental service. Screenshot from Netflix.

Armed With Original Movies: Could Netflix Put Theaters out of Business?

February 4, 2019

With over 137 million users across 190 countries, it is hard to ignore the impact Netflix is having on the way we get our entertainment. Becoming a...

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