Middle School Teams Finish Fall Season

Immaculate Heart Middle School's fall sports teams recently closed their seasons after strong performances, each competing with lots of heart and determination!

During the fall, Immaculate Heart Middle School competes in cross country, swimming and volleyball. Students on all teams worked hard and played with passion.

Here's a recap of our fall season and each team's performance:

In the Delphic League Swim Finals at Oaks Christian School on Saturday, November 2, the IHMS Swim Team earned second place in the League. During the competition, they took first place in the 100-yard medley relay, swam by seventh grader Phoenix Aberman and eighth graders Kiera Haigh, Margaux Levy-La Folie and Ella Sacher, and the 100-yard freestyle relay, swam by eighth graders Melia Fontillas Ronk, Kiera Haigh, Margaux Levy-La Folie and Ella Sacher. Haigh also took first in her two individual events. Across the whole competition, IHMS swimmers earned 50 personal best swim times to end their season of hard work on a high note.

Second-year swim coach Thomas Iannone said, "This group came and worked hard from day one, and they exceeded everyone's expectations. I am so grateful and proud of this group of girls."

The Immaculate Heart Cross Country team also had a strong close to their season, taking third place at the Delphic League Cross Country Finals on Tuesday, October 29. Sixth graders Haloe Ball and Cecilia Conroy finished fourth and ninth overall in their race! Leading up to the finals, the team performed consistently well, placing second at four out of five regular season meets. Longtime coach Brian Smith said that he's looking forward to going after the Championship for next season with our returning runners.

Immaculate Heart Middle School’s volleyball teams also recently finished their season. Led by new coaches Katina Calvin and Cassidy Mulder, the A Team was captained by eighth graders Ava Dillon, Mackenzie Hale and Isabella Luff, and the B Team was captained by seventh graders Sienna Clark and Sarah Sullivan. Both teams played hard, showed their heart and improved their skills along the way. Great job, Pandas!

Congratulations to all our middle school athletes on their hard work, determination and passion throughout the fall season!
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An independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for girls in grades 6 through 12, Immaculate Heart has been located on a beautiful hillside property in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles since our founding by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1906. We celebrate more than a century of nurturing the spiritual, intellectual, social and moral development of students as they distinguish themselves as women of great heart and right conscience.