Home of the Cubs

Home of the Cubs

The Catholic High School of Baltimore participates in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) during the fall, winter, and spring. The school mascot is the Cub, and the school colors are green and gold. Click on a sport to view the team schedule and home field directions.

Find all news and updates on Athletic Events & Teams by following @cubathletics on twitter!

Spring Sports News

Spring sport tryouts will begin on Tuesday, February 21st
Anyone interested must have a current physical on file in the nurse’s office
and attend all three days of tryouts.

Varsity and JV Softball
3:30-5:30 in the school gym and outdoor batting cage
The following items are required: Glove, Helmet (with faceguard), and tennis shoes.
A bat is not required. Cleats will be necessary once the season begins.

Lacrosse
3:30-5:30 Indoors, on the side field at school, or at Herring Run
The following items are required: Stick, Mouth guard, Goggles.
Bring Tennis shoes and cleats. Bring indoor and outdoor clothing

Outdoor Track & Field
3:00-4:30 at school
Bring indoor and outdoor clothing

Golf
3:45-5:15 at school
Clubs are not required, but helpful (we do have a few extra to borrow)
After the three tryouts dates the coaches will announce regular practice locations and times.

Yearly Physicals!

All students will be required to get a participation physical each year. Please make sure you have a current physical that covers until at least May of 2017. If you have questions about a physical, please contact our Trainer, Lauren Ey, at ley@thecatholichighschool.org

For any other questions, please contact Kari McBride at kmcbride@thecatholichighschool.org

Concussion Education

Click here for directions on how to complete the baseline computerized test.
 

Athletic Department Philosophy

  • To represent The Catholic High School of Baltimore positively in interscholastic competition.
  • To provide a program for good physical conditioning and training.
  • To develop sportsmanship, athletic skills, and techniques, as well as to promote self-discipline, personal dedication, and determination.
  • To promote and encourage young women to participate in interscholastic competition and benefit from the advantages athletic competition can provide.