Softball & Baseball Playoffs!

Our Corpus Varsity Black Softball team is in the
Region 20 Championship against MMR

Game: Tuesday May 30th – 6pm
Place: Rosetwig Park

Our Corpus Varsity Baseball team is in the
Region 20 Championship game

Game: Wednesday May 31st – 5:45pm
Place: Windlestrea Park

Please come out and support our teams and cheer them on to victory!
Make sure to wear your Corpus gear.

Archdiocesan Track & Field Champs

Please join us in congratulating our athletes for advancing to
The Archdiocesan Track & Field Championship Meet
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Franklin Field – U of Penn

Athlete Event
Dylan Clair 4X100, Shot Put
Sean Crump 4×100
Michael Davis Shot Put
Ray Gomez 4×100, 4×200
Liam Hawley 4×100
Grace Helmer 100
Nick Hoffman 4×100, Long Jump
Will Kelly 4×100
Teddy Lemon 4×100
Aurora Martin 100, 200
Ethan Martin 100, 4X100, Shot Put
Justin McQuaite 4X100, High Jump, Long Jump
John Murphy 4X100, 4×200
Kevin Murphy 4×100, 4×200
Ryan O’Rourke High Jump
Devon Reing 800, 1600
Jeffrey Sabater 100, 200, 4X100
Tim Saldutti 4×200
Erin Tellers High Jump
Nolan Yeagle 800, 1600

Cougar Football 2017-18

Fall Registration for Football is now open.

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The Corpus Christi Cougar Football program is for students in grades 5th through 8th from the following parishes:
Corpus Christi
Mary Mother of the Redeemer
St. Rose of Lima
St. Stanislaus

JV football is comprised of 5th and 6th graders and Varsity is 7th and 8th. Both levels embrace the CYO culture while fostering an environment dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of football, skill development and sportsmanship. Pre-season conditioning begins in mid-July. Football camp begins in the middle of August and runs Monday through Thursday until the school year begins, where the schedule moves to 2-3 three days per week depending on game times. All practices are held the Jacks Lane football field located behind the Corpus Christi church. Both levels typically play 1 preseason game the weekend after Labor Day followed by an 8 game regular season schedule.
There is no experience necessary and beginners are welcome.
Both teams play an A schedule and B schedule. The B schedule is specifically designed for players with limited experience so they are competing against like opponents.

These games typically take place on Sunday afternoons. The A schedule would be considered the more competitive format and those games always take place on Saturday mornings/afternoons. After summer camp and during the season, the coaching staff will designate players to the appropriate game to ensure player safety is paramount.

Both JV and Varsity also compete in the A Divisions for the Parade of Champions title. This is a playoff format much different from other CYO sports. A playoff tournament very similar to NFL playoff pits the best of the best in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

Players from the Cougar program have gone on to complete great high careers at schools like Lansdale Catholic, LaSalle, North Penn and Souderton.


 Dave Saulino, Football Coordinator

 Paul Moretski, Athletic Director

Registration – Is open now, late fee applies after 7/31/17. Registration fee is $195.