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Laguna Beach High School Senior Athletes Pick Their Colleges

LBHS student athletes will be playing for Yale, Harvard, USC, Princeton and Nebraska, among other universities.

 










Submitted by the Laguna Beach Unified School District:

Twelve Laguna Beach High School athletes were awarded athletic scholarships at the collegiate level.

LBHS Principal Joanne Culverhouse remarks, “Celebrating the success of our athletes is important and I am very proud of our students. They are not only successful athletes, but student scholars and focused young adults.”

The LBHS athletes pursuing athletics at the collegiate level are:

Mackenzi Baldrige     Weston Barnes

UC Santa Barbara                        George Mason University

Water Polo Volleyball

Robert Clemons

Alexis Del Toro

Yale University

Harvard University

Football

Water Polo

Sevana Dvorak

Kennedy Gherardini

University of Southern California

Academy of Art in San Francisco

Tennis

Softball

Marissa Greenough

Teague Hamilton

Erskine College

UC Santa Barbara

Volleyball

Tennis

Drake Martinez

Alexandra Murphy

University of Nebraska

University of Southern California

Football

Beach Volleyball

Taylor Nederlander

Sydney Saxe

George Washington University

Princeton University

Tennis

Water Polo

LBHS Athletic Director Mike Churchill commends the dedication of these athletes, "These student athletes represent the best of the best at Laguna Beach High School. They have excelled on the field of competition and in the classroom. We are very proud of them and wish them all the best of luck in college."

More than sixty percent of the Laguna Beach High School student body participates on one or more sports teams.

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