Tracl & Field had a meet at Santa Monica High School this past Wednesday. Our Sailors did well! Congratulations to Milla K. '24 for placing 10th in the Varsity 100m, 3rd in shot put with 28-10.00, and 1st in the long jump with 14-06.00! Congratulations to Laura H. '25 for getting two new personal records in both of her events: 3:03.67 in the 800m and 6:47.06 in the 1600m! Congrats to Maisey O. '26 for placing 6th in the 800m with 2:48.87, 3rd in the 1600m, and 4th in the varsity triple jump with 24-04.00. Great job to everyone! Our next meet is on Wednesday, March 22, at Palisades High School!
Throughout the season of Lent, Marymount is offering a series of self-care opportunities every Wednesday, ranging from physical to emotional to spiritual. These opportunities are designed to encourage students to give up phone time, and make room for personal growth, reflection, and God.
The Sailors did a great job this past weekend at the Culver City Invitational! Milla K. '24 did a great job in the Varsity 100m with a time of 13.92. In the Frosh/Soph 100m Hurdles Kate C. '26 had a time of 23.11, and Ceder M. '25 with a time of 23.55. Alexi E. '24 set her personal record in shot put with a throw of 24-01.00. Finally, Piper D. '26 did a great job in the Frosh/Soph Pole Vault with a mark of 7-06.00. Keep up the good work, Sailors!
Class pride was well-represented during Marymount's annual Spirit Week. With themed free-dress days in categories such as Salad Dressing and Airlines and class-color-coordinated campus decorating, students brought brightness and enthusiasm to an otherwise rainy week of school.
Track & Field had a meet at Beverly Hills High School this past Wednesday. Everyone had amazing team spirit and support for each other! Congratulations to our varsity 4x100m relay team: Maya W. '26, India R. '24, Keira C. '23, and Milla K. '24, who placed 1st in their race with a time of 54.90. On the distance side, Abby A. '25, Maisey O. '26, and Gigi D. '25 took 1, 2 and 3, in the varsity 1600m race, as well as the varsity 800m race! Piper D. '26, Colleen K. '24, and Brooke F. '24 also took the top three spots both hurdles events. Lastly, Milla K. '24 placed first in the varsity long jump with a mark of 14'2"! Great job to everyone this week! Our next meet is the Culver City Invitational this Saturday.
On March 1, Marymount's Performing Arts Department hosted the annual Cabaret Night, a spectacular evening of solo and group performances by our tremendously talented students. Congratulations to all performers for this magnificent evening, and thank you to everyone who came out to support.
The Sailors had their first league meet at Glendale College this past Tuesday. Our varsity team placed 3rd out of three teams, and our junior varsity team placed 1st out of four teams. Congratulations to our 4x100m JV team: Alexis E. '24, Zoe M. '26, Peyton P. '26, and Sienna T. '25, who placed 1st in their race! Caroline K. '26 placed 3rd in the JV 400m and beat her personal record with a time of 1:15.41, while Abby A. '25 placed 2nd in the varsity 1600m and also beat her personal record with a 6:17.46! Also, Keira C. '23 took 1st in the varsity triple jump and beat her personal record with 27-6! Overall, the team did well for their first league meet and are headed to face Windward this Wednesday. Let's go Sailors!!
On February 22, Fr. Manh Tran from LMU presided over a beautiful Ash Wednesday Mass as we began the Lenten Season. In his Homily, Fr. Tran asked students, faculty, and staff to consider what habits they might give up or what new practices they might begin during this holy reason of repentance and growth.
Track & Field team competed at an invitational meet at Brentwood School. The relay team did well with Maya W. '26, India R. '24, Sophia B. '23, Milla K. '24 taking first in the 4x100m with a time of 54.43. Piper D. '26 came in third place in the 100m hurdles in 20.69. The Sailors performed well across the jumping events as well: Saskia S. '24 and Maya W. '26 each jumped 4’6” in the high jump, Milla K. '24 took first in the long jump with a 15’7” mark, and India R. '24 grabbed second with a 30’ attempt in the triple jump. Great job sailors!
Yesterday the Sailors played a tough game against St. Monica. Team Manager Izzy .S '24 stepped up and played, starting in right field. All the teammates were spirited and cheering her on. The final score was 16 to 1, but they are ready for their next game!
On February 16, Marymount's Black Student Affinity hosted the "Taste of Soul" Food Feast, highlighting many traditional soul food dishes and desserts as part of our ongoing celebration of Black History Month.
On Tuesday, Softball played their season opening scrimmage against Pali High. It was a tough loss, but the girls played hard and had a positive attitude working through new positions. Amanda B. '25 had a great day on the mound and Ava S. '23 hit a line drive to left field for an RBI. Looking forward to a promising season!
This past week, Marymount MUN attended the annual BosMUN XXII Conference hosted by Boston University for the first time. With 95 schools from across the country totaling 1,430 students, Marymount's seven advanced MUNers took home SEVEN awards.
Marymount hosted its annual Better Self for a Better World (BSBW) Conference for middle school girls. At the conference, Marymount students of all grade levels led guests in a variety of confidence and relationship building activities and exercises to empower young women as they begin to transition into young adulthood.
The Sailors gave it their all against Chaminade for their last game of the season. Unfortunately, the team did not come out with a win but it was a close game and the team fought to the end. Gigi D. '25 had a great offensive performance, scoring for the Sailors.
What a game to end the season, Sailors! Varsity Basketball ended their home game against Archer and their regular season yesterday with a win! The team showed a great performance on court with some awesome layups, supported by some solid drives to the basket. Congratulations team!
Amazing performance by Varsity Soccer yesterday at home! After going 0-3 to the Eagles earlier in the season, the team redeemed themselves with an epic win in the rain. Milania A. '23 scored on a header in the second half, with a cross from Abby A. '25 to take the score to 1-0. Our second goal came from a penalty kick by Makena D. '23. In the final minutes, Chaminde found the net, but the Sailors held on to win 2-1. The team is now 7-7-2 and looking towards an at-large playoff bid.
JV Basketball ended this week with an intense game against FSHA! The Sailors only fell behind 10 points, working with great defense and stellar rebounding on the court. Shoutout to Taylor B. '26 for some awesome baskets! One last game against NDA next Friday 2/3.
Varsity Basketball played a tough one against FSHA to finish off the week. Despite the Sailors' loss, the team had some great ball movement and hustle. Solid work Sailors! Varsity plays their last regular season game against Archer on Tuesday at 3:30 pm!
After drawing 1-1 to Sierra Canyon earlier this month, Varsity Soccer came back to win 2-0 against the Trailblazers. Freshman Maisey O. '26 notched a goal and an assist while fellow 9th grader Zoe M. '26 scored the other goal, with an assist from Keaton D. '24. The Sailors were excellent on defense with keeper, Jaya B. '24 earning her 5th shutout of the season. Two more league games to go!
Varsity Water Polo went up against Cleveland High School on Friday. It was a close game during the first two quarters, but the Sailors ultimately lost 6-14. Sophia B. '23 scored 4 goals, Eliza G. '25 scored 1 goal, Kate S. '23 scored 1 goal, and goalie Lina C. ‘25 blocked countless shots. The team goes against Notre Dame Sherman Oaks on Tuesday, January 31st. Let’s go, Sailors!
JV Basketball won their home game against NDA by nearly 30 points. The Sailors made several great rebounds and impressive shots to secure their first win in the Angelus League. Amazing job Sailors! JV heads to FSHA on Friday for their last game of the week at 4:30 pm!
Varsity Basketball played an intense home game against NDA! Although the Sailors lost, the team had powerful defensive play on court. Varsity plays FSHA on Friday at 6:00pm as their last game of the week.
Great win by the Sailors this Wednesday! The team showed up determined to get a different result the second time playing Harvard Westlake. Their eagerness to win pushed the Sailors to victory. Shoutout to Caroline K. '26 for an awesome goal off of a free kick. The team takes on Chaminade on Monday, January 30th for the last game of the season.
Varsity Water Polo went up against Louisville on Tuesday. It was a tough game, and during the last quarter, we had great defense and did not give up. We lost 2-20. Sophia B. '23 and Eliza G. '25 scored one goal each. The team goes against Cleveland this Friday, January 27th. Let’s go, Sailors!
JV Soccer played a good game Monday, but chance after chance, the team just couldn't find the back of the net. Defensively, Caroline K. '26 and Reagan F. '23 had great performances, helping keep the shutout. Standing at 2-2-2 in league, the Sailors play Harvard Westlake on Wednesday for their last home game of the season.
Varsity Water Polo went up against Kennedy on Monday for a home game. The whole team fought hard and won, with a final score of 10-7. Eliza G. '25 scored 5 goals, Izzy M. '23 scored 3 goals, and Lina C. '25 blocked shot after shot. The team goes against Louisville this Tuesday, January 24th. Let’s go, Sailors!
Varsity Water Polo went up against Van Nuys on Friday. It was a very close and exciting game. The Sailors lost 9-10 but only after two overtime periods. Seniors Sophia B. '23 and Kate S. '23 led the team in scoring, with 4 goals and 2 goals, respectively. Shoutout to Leila L. '25, who usually plays goalie, for her contributions in the field for the first time! The team goes against Kennedy at home this Monday, January 23rd. Let’s go, Sailors!
JV Basketball played strong against FSHA at home on Thursday. The game ended with a Sailors loss, but we saw plenty of impressive steals on the court. Shoutout to Grace C. '26 for her three-pointer! JV is back on the road on Monday against Immaculate Heart.
Varsity Basketball played their best against FSHA on home court on Thursday. Although the Sailors had a tough loss, there was some great defense and a few nice shots! Varsity plays Louisville again this weekend on Saturday at 6pm!
Varsity Water Polo went up against Harvard-Westlake on Wednesday. It was a very tough game but the Sailors kept pushing on through the final horn. There were multiple great saves by Leila L. ‘25. Some great attempts were made by Sophia B. '23, Eliza G. '25, and Kate S. '23. The team goes against Van Nuys this Thursday, January 20. Let's go, Sailors!
After a tough game on Monday, JV Soccer was determined to have a different result the second time around playing Notre Dame Sherman Oaks. The Sailors played with passion and gave it their all on the field. The entire team had a stand-out performance. The team takes on FSHA on Monday 1/23. Go Sailors!
Varsity Water Polo put up a fight against Flintridge Sacred Heart on Tuesday. However, it was not enough, and they lost 4-29. Senior Lilly F. '23 scored all four goals. The defense was anchored by many great saves from Lina C. ‘25 and Leila L. ‘25. The team plays against Harvard-Westlake this Wednesday, January 18. Let's go, Sailors!
Varsity Basketball played Immaculate Heart this weekend on our home court. The Sailors faced a tough loss, but performed their hardest until the end. Shoutout to Janella H. '24 for the impressive 3's! Varsity will be back to play Louisville on Tuesday.
JV Soccer hosted Chaminade at Airport Park for an early game Friday. The Sailors quickly went up 1-0 in the first half and the Sailors had control. Soon after halftime, the Eagles scored on a close penalty kick to bring the score to a tie. The Sailors responded and scored a second goal off a corner kick from Gigi D. '25. From there, keeper Shelby S. '26 kept our net secure until the final whistle. On to the next game on Monday against Notre Dame Sherman Oaks at 10am.
Varsity Soccer played an excellent game against a very strong Chaminade team on Friday. The game was tied 0-0 at the half, and the Sailors continued to battle. Unfortunately, the Eagles slipped through our defense twice in the second half to bring the final to 0-2. On to next week, where the Sailors face three league opponents on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
JV Basketball played their first game of the new year against Fullerton at home. Despite the loss, the team continued to played harder each quarter, significantly catching up to the score in the final quarter. The Sailors will be back to take on Immaculate Heart this Saturday the 14th at 3pm!
Varsity Basketball faced an incredibly tough game against Fullerton last night. Still, the Sailors executed their best amidst the immense pressure of the game. The team will prepare to take on Immaculate Heart next this Saturday the 14th at 4:30pm!
Another bittersweet tie yesterday for Varsity Soccer. Playing away at Sierra Canyon, Marymount was still unable to get the first win in the difficult Mission league, but again showed great resilience. At halftime the Sailors were down 0-1, but the team put together a great comeback in the second half. Milla K. '24 scored a beautiful goal in the final few minutes, with an assist from Bella D. '23, to tie the game. The squad now gets ready to face Chaminade on Friday.
Varsity Water Polo put up a fight against Marlborough on Tuesday. However, it was not enough, and they lost 1-25. Senior Lilly F. '23 scored one goal. Mary M. '25 helped assist many attempted shots and had a couple of great steals. The team goes to the Oxnard Tournament this Friday, January 13. Let's go, Sailors!
JV Soccer did not let the heavy storm stop them from playing a great game against FSHA on Monday. The game was a battle but Gigi D. '25 put the Sailors ahead with a goal in the second half. On Friday, January 13, the team faces Chaminade for the first home game of the season.
Varsity Basketball took on their first league game of the season against NDA on Tuesday. Although they came back with a loss, the Sailors kept their grind going on the court! Defensive play by the Sailors looked awesome throughout the game. Both Varsity and JV step back on court this Thursday to play against Fullerton.
Varsity Basketball won their first game of the new year by over 40-point points! The Sailors showed wonderful teamwork with some solid passes and assists, scoring several powerful layups. Shoutout to Reese J. '26 and Ashley S. '26 for leading the team in scoring. Sienna B. '25 also got in a few threes! The Sailors head to John Burroughs High School to play Cesar Chavez this Saturday at 11:30am!
Varsity Soccer went 2-2 through four games at the South Torrance Tournament in late December. The team finished 7th out of 16 teams. On the second weekend of competition, the Sailors took the win against North Torrance, 3-0. Milla K. '24 , Eloise M. '26 and Jillian D. '23 each scored a goal and goalie Jaya B. '23 earned her second shutout of the tournament. The next game was a close one against La Mirada, with the Sailors ultimately falling 0-1. All players contributed with great performances in preparation for the tough Mission League, which will restart on January 9th.