On Oct. 4, Alyx ’15 won 16th place in the Youth Horsemanship event at the AQHA World Championship Show and is now ranked 16th in the country for this event of western horseback riding.Read More
As the Marymount High School Sailors walked into Combs Gymnasium on Oct. 16, they were met by a spirited sea of purple and black and large posters bearing players’ names, all part of a pep rally for Marlborough’s volleyball match against its biggest rival.
Imagine training every day to be a professional athlete at the Olympics. After all the hard work, the tears, the sweat, the time, you are told you cannot compete because of something naturally occurring in your body, something out of your control.
As part of the Arden Project, Marlborough’s administration and Board of Trustees have discussed the construction of a synthetic turf field to replace the grass practice field on campus.
As Isabella ‘18 steps up to the mat to perform her rhythmic gymnastics routine, she takes a deep breath, focusing and preparing herself for the difficult task ahead of her.
Nervous energy and excitement are in the air as runners in the Mission League prepare to race under the blazing sun. This year, Marlborough’s varsity cross country team only has six runners, making it the smallest team in the Mission League.
Walking to her apartment in New York City from her summer associate job at a corporate law firm, Thea Rogers ’07 was grabbed by a man she had never seen before.
For over 30 years, Marlborough sports teams have been part of the Sunshine League along with Marymount High School, Notre Dame Academy, Ramona Convent Secondary School and Immaculate Heart High School, within the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section.
On Sunday, Apr. 13, Marlborough’s equestrian team competed in the Los Angeles Interscholastic Equestrian League (IEL) show at the Hansen Dam Equestrian Center.