Athletics

Teams and Programs

High School Athletics

As part of a long-standing tradition of success, leadership and sportsmanship, our high school athletics focus on character-building and strong work ethic for each of our student-athletes. As a member of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), our varsity athletic teams compete at the Division 1 level, with many teams competing in the Catholic Conference.

At the high school level, there are 17 sports with varsity and sub-varsity levels for student-athletes to get involved. 

List of 3 items.

  • Fall Season

    The fall season begins at the end of summer for the following sports:

    Cross Country* - (Freshman, Varsity)
    Football – (Freshman, Sophmore, JV, Varsity)
    Golf – (JV, Varsity)
    Rowing – (Novice, Varsity)
    Soccer – (Freshman, JV, Varsity)

    *No-cut sport

  • Winter Season

    The winter season begins the Monday after Thanksgiving for the following sports:

    Basketball - (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
    Hockey -
    (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
    Indoor Track* - (Varsity)
    Skiing – (JV & Varsity)

    Swimming & Diving – (Varsity)
    Wrestling* - (JV, Varsity)

    *No-cut sport
  • Spring Season

    The spring season begins the third Monday in March for the following sports:

    Baseball - (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
    Lacrosse -
    (Freshman, JV, Varsity)
    Outdoor Track* - (Varsity)
    Rowing – (Novice, Varsity)
    Rugby – (Developmental, JV, Varsity)

    Sailing – (JV, Varsity)
    Tennis – (JV, Varsity)
    Ultimate Frisbee – (JV, Varsity)
    Volleyball – (JV, Varsity)

    *No-cut sport

Arrupe Athletics

The Arrupe Division offers seventh and eighth grade student-athletes the opportunity to compete in selected interscholastic sports each season. Similar to the high school philosophy, athletics in the Arrupe Division is an extension of the classroom, where the teacher (coach) strives to support the overall mental and physical development of the student-athlete.

At the seventh and eighth grade levels, athletes will develop fundamental skills to improve their overall abilities during this period of growth, and experience the value of teamwork, respect, hard work, and humility.

List of 3 items.

  • Fall Season

    The fall season begins at the end of summer for the following sports:

    Cross Country*
    Football – (7th, 8th)
    Rowing
    Soccer – (7th, 8th)

    *No-cut sport
  • Winter Season

    The winter season begins the Monday after Thanksgiving for the following sports:

    Basketball - (7th, 8th)
    Hockey - (7th, 8th)
    Swimming & Diving
    Wrestling*

    *No-cut sport
  • Spring Season

    The spring season begins the third Monday in March for the following sports:

    Baseball - (7th, 8th)
    Lacrosse -
    (7th, 8th)
    Outdoor Track* 
    Rowing
    Tennis


    *No-cut sport

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