Marlborough Varsity Softball is wrapping up their first season under new coach Victoria Nimmo. Hired for her energy and experience as a coach and former collegiate player, Nimmo has motivated the team to victories with her enthusiastic mentoring that has inspired the players to be passionate and dedicated.Read More
Janie ’19 won the Third Annual Ramada Spring Junior Open Tournament on Apr.17. Janie, who travelled to Claremont for the tennis tournament, was one of 27 girls who competed in the Girls’ 16 Singles category.
Parker ’20 recently won the Sunshine League Sports Honors award which is presented to the Most Valuable Player of the team.2
Profiles on the 5 seniors who signed
With the completion of the new Caldwell Pool, physical education instructor Flavio Ribeiro has taken up the role as pool manager and hopes to instill a sense of community use the pool.
Chloe Kipnis and Camille Brown joined the Marlborough athletic program in mid-December. Kipnis is the assistant athletic trainer, and Brown is the assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Varsity Golf team player Leila ’18 is currently working with numerous municipal councils and circulating petitions to create designated smoking areas on golf courses in the city of Los Angeles.
Last November, the School hired Athletics Director Sheila Pauley, who will arrive at Marlborough on Saturday, July 1 with the goals of increasing student participation in athletics, improving teams and removing stress from athletics.
The Interscholastic Equestrian League’s (IEL) Sunday, Dec. 11 show date was cancelled on Tuesday, Nov. 29 as the result of a quarantine imposed to contain an outbreak of the highly contagious equine herpes virus, and then again on Tuesday, Jan. 10, due to poor weather in Los Angeles.