Montgomery Catholic Makes History Across Athletic Programs

At Montgomery Catholic, we are always working towards a goal, a higher point, an elevated status, a standard. We have always set the standard in our academics and our service to the greater community, and we are proud to add athletics to that growing list of accomplishments. This year, the MCPS football, volleyball, and flag football teams celebrated first-ever historical seasons.

The Montgomery Catholic Football team won the Super Seven Class 4A State Championship for the first time in program history on Friday, December 8. They defeated the Cherokee County Warriors 35-0 to capture this year’s championship. Coach Kirk Johnson instilled strong character, leadership, and grit in his players throughout the season.

The Montgomery Catholic Volleyball team won back-to-back Class 4A State Championships on November 2, also a program first. They defeated UMS-Wright Prep in a clean sweep to secure this year’s title. In just her first year, Coach Jenn Denham was able to bring these state champs back to center stage and complete a repeat.

Finally, in just their second year as a program, the Montgomery Catholic Flag Football team went to the Class 1A-5A State Championship and finished as runner-up on Wednesday, December 6. In only our second year, Coach Whitney Toole and her players put in months of hard work and dedication, and made it to the Finals.

This is only the beginning of what these programs will do. We are proud to Be The Standard.

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