Catholic High School League

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The Catholic High School League (CHSL) is a school athletic conference based in Detroit, Michigan. All member schools are also members of the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA), the governing body for Michigan scholastic sports. Unlike many similar leagues, the CHSL governs secondary, middle, and elementary sports for most of the parochial schools in the Detroit area. Most league schools are Catholic, but there are other religious denominations as well. Every school in the CHSL is a private school.

Member schools[edit]

Catholic High School League
School Location Enrollment[1] Class Nickname Colors Gender Established
Allen Park Cabrini Allen Park, Wayne County 435 B Monarchs          Blue & Gold Coed 1960
Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County 555 B Fighting Irish          Green & White Coed 1980
Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice Bloomfield Twp, Oakland County 639 A Warriors          Black & Orange All-Boys 1960
Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart Bloomfield Twp, Oakland County 136 C Gazelles          Navy & Gold All-Girls 1851
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood Bloomfield Hills, Oakland County 794 B Cranes/Aardvark          Blue & Green Coed 1922
Bloomfield Hills Marian Bloomfield Twp, Oakland County 581 A Mustangs          Blue & Gold All-Girls 1959
Clarkston Everest Collegiate Clarkston, Oakland County 113 D Mountaineers          Black & Gold Coed 2008
Dearborn Divine Child Dearborn, Wayne County 827 B Falcons          Red & Gray Coed 1958
Detroit Catholic Central Novi, Oakland County 1,069 A Shamrocks          Blue & White All-Boys 1928
Detroit Cristo Rey Detroit, Wayne County 311 C Wolves          Green & Gold Coed 2008
Detroit Loyola Detroit, Wayne County 138 C Bulldogs          Blue & White All-Boys 1993
University of Detroit Jesuit Detroit, Wayne County 743 A Cubs          Maroon & White All-Boys 1877
Farmington Hills Mercy Farmington Hills, Oakland County 817 A Marlins          Maroon & Gold All-Girls 1945
Livonia Ladywood Livonia, Wayne County 256 B Blazers          Blue & White All-Girls 1950
Macomb Austin Catholic Ray Twp, Macomb County 84 D Crusaders          Navy & Silver Coed 2011
Macomb Lutheran North Macomb, Macomb County 563 B Mustangs          Black & Gold Coed 1972
Madison Heights Bishop Foley Catholic Madison Heights, Oakland County 321 C Ventures          Black & Gold Coed 1965
Marine City Cardinal Mooney Catholic Marine City, St. Clair County 153 D Cardinals          Black & Red Coed 1990
Orchard Lake St. Mary's Preparatory Orchard Lake, Oakland County 516 A Eaglets          Red & White All-Boys 1885
Riverview Gabriel Richard Riverview, Wayne County 284 C Pioneers          Burgundy & White Coed 1965
Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Royal Oak, Oakland County 270 C Knights          Blue & Gold Coed 1941
Warren De La Salle Warren, Macomb County 786 A Pilots          Purple & Gold All-Boys 1926
Warren Regina Warren, Macomb County 399 B Saddlelites          Blue & White All-Girls 1956
Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Waterford, Oakland County 157 D Lakers          Blue & White Coed 1960
West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy West Bloomfield Twp, Oakland County 222 C Jaguars          Blue & White Coed 2000
Wixom St. Catherine of Siena Academy Wixom, Oakland County 202 C Siena Stars          Purple & Gold All-Girls 2008
Schools joining the Catholic High School League in 2017-18[2]
School Location Nickname Colors Gender Established
Ann Arbor Greenhills Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County Gryphons          Navy & Green Coed 1969
Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett Grosse Pointe Woods, Wayne County Knights              Red, White & Blue Coed 1878

Sports[edit]

At the high school level, the league supports sixteen girls sports and fourteen boys sports.[3]

Girls Sports:[3] basketball, bowling, cheerleading, cross -country, field hockey, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, pom-pon, ski, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and volleyball.

Boys Sports:[3] baseball, basketball, bowling, cross-country, football, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, ski, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and wrestling.

Girls CHSL Divisions[edit]

Divisional alignments may vary from sport to sport, depending upon the number of schools participating in the sport and the enrollment of those participating schools. Listed below are typical divisional alignments for a common sport, in this case girls basketball (as of April, 2015).[3]

Central Division[edit]

  • Bloomfield Hills Marian
  • Dearborn Divine Child
  • Farmington Hills Mercy
  • Livonia Ladywood
  • Warren Regina

AA Division[edit]

  • Allen Park Cabrini
  • Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard
  • Macomb Lutheran North
  • Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory
  • Riverview Gabriel Richard

East Division[edit]

  • Clarkston Everest Collegiate
  • Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood
  • Madison Heights Bishop Foley Catholic
  • Marine City Cardinal Mooney Catholic
  • Royal Oak Shrine Catholic
  • Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes
  • Wixom St. Catherine of Siena Academy

West Division[edit]

  • Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart
  • Detroit Cristo Rey
  • Macomb Austin Catholic
  • West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy

Boys CHSL Divisions[edit]

Divisional alignments may vary from sport to sport, depending upon the number of schools participating in the sport and the enrollment of those participating schools. Listed below are typical divisional alignments for a common sport, in this case boys basketball (as of April, 2015).[3]

Central Division[edit]

  • Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice
  • Detroit Catholic Central
  • University of Detroit Jesuit
  • Orchard Lake St. Mary's Preparatory
  • Warren De La Salle Collegiate

AA Division[edit]

  • Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard
  • Dearborn Divine Child
  • Detroit Loyola
  • Macomb Lutheran North
  • Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

Intersectional 1 Division[edit]

  • Allen Park Cabrini
  • Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood
  • Madison Heights Bishop Foley Catholic
  • Royal Oak Shrine Catholic
  • Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

Intersectional 2 Division[edit]

  • Clarkston Everest Catholic
  • Detroit Cristo Rey
  • Macomb Austin Catholic
  • Marine City Cardinal Mooney Catholic
  • Riverview Gabriel Richard
  • West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy

Former League Members (closed schools)[edit]

[4][5][6][7]

Catholic High School League
School Location Final Enrollment Class Nickname Colors Gender Years
Academy of the Sacred Heart Grosse Pointe Farms, Wayne County          Blue & White All-Girls 1887-1969
All Saints High School Detroit, Wayne County 68 C-D Saints          Green & White Coed 1922-1970
Anchor Bay Catholic High School New Baltimore, Macomb County D Giants          Red & White Closed 1970
Annunciation High School Detroit, Wayne County C Cougars          Blue & White Coed 1915-1967
Aquinas High School Southgate, Wayne County 81 B-C Raiders          Black & White Coed 1966-2001
Austin Catholic Preparatory School Detroit, Wayne County 427 A-B Friars          Black & White All-Boys 1952-1978
Benedictine High School Detroit, Wayne County 149 B-C-D Ravens          Black & White Coed 1957-2004
Bishop Borgess High School Redford, Wayne County 103 A-B-C-D Spartans          Green & Gold Coed 1966-2005
Bishop Gallagher High School Harper Woods, Macomb County 163 A-B-C-D Lancers          Blue & White Coed 1962-2002
Blessed Sacrament Cathedral High School Detroit, Wayne County 1907-1971
Cathedral High School Detroit, Wayne County A-B-C Wildcats          Green & White All-Boys 1953-1970
Catholic Central High School Adrian, Lenawee County C-D Irish          Blue & White Coed Closed 1969
Covenant High School Redford, Wayne County D Spartans          Green & Gold Coed 2005-2009
Dominican High School Detroit, Wayne County 97 A-B-C-D Ravens          Midnight Blue & Powder Blue All-Girls 1940-2005
East Catholic High School Detroit, Wayne County 117 C-D Chargers          Green & White Coed 1967-2005
Felician Academy Detroit, Wayne County          Blue & Silver All-Girls 1882-1967
Girls Catholic Central High School Detroit, Wayne County          Navy & White All-Girls 1927-1969
Holy Cross High School Marine City, St. Clair County 49 C-D Crusaders          Blue & White Coed Closed 1989
Holy Redeemer High School Detroit, Wayne County 189 A-B-C-D Lions          Purple & Gold Coed 1882-2005
Holy Rosary High School Flint, Genesee County 127 D Wolverines          Blue & White Coed Closed 1992
Immaculata High School Detroit, Wayne County Blue Angels          Blue & White All-Girls 1941-1983
Immaculate Conception High School Warren, Macomb County 83 D Bengals          Gold & White Coed 1959-2008
Nativity High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C Vikings          Black & Gold Coed 1914-1971
Notre Dame High School Harper Woods, Macomb County 295 A Fightin' Irish          Green & White All-Boys 1954-2005
Our Lady of Lourdes High School River Rouge, Wayne County B-C-D Bears          Blue & White Coed 1955-1974
Our Lady Help of Christians High School Detroit, Wayne County Closed 1925
Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School Wyandotte, Wayne County 89 C-D Comets          Red & White Coed 1928-2011
Our Lady of Sorrows High School Farmington, Oakland County C Lancers          Blue & White Coed Closed 1971
Our Lady Star of the Sea High School Grosse Pointe Woods, Wayne County Tunas          Blue & White All-Girls 1959-1993
Our Lady of the Rosary High School Detroit, Wayne County Closed 1960
Patronage of St. Joseph High School Detroit, Wayne County 1945-1969
Pontiac Catholic High School Pontiac, Oakland County B-C-D Titans          Green & White Coed 1967-1988
Port Huron Catholic High School Port Huron, St. Clair County Warriors          Maroon & Gold Coed 1961-1971
Rosary High School Detroit, Wayne County Roses          Red & White All-Girls 1956-1974
Sacred Heart High School Dearborn, Wayne County B-C Shamrocks          Green & White Coed Closed 1975
Sacred Heart Seminary High School Detroit, Wayne County Marauders          Maroon & White Al-Boys 1924-1970
Sacred Heart High School Roseville, Macomb County B-C Thorns          Red & White Coed 1955-1971
Salesian High School Detroit, Wayne County A-B Knights          Red & White Coed 1955-1970
St. Agatha High School Redford, Wayne County C-D Aggies          Green & White Coed Closed 2003
St. Agnes High School Detroit, Wayne County Panthers          Black & Orange All-Girls beginning in 1958[8] 1918-1967
St. Alphonsus High School Dearborn, Wayne County 99 B-C-D Arrows          Blue & Yellow Coed Closed 2003
St. Ambrose High School Grosse Pointe Park, Wayne County B-C Cavaliers          Maroon & White Coed 1923-1972
St. Andrew High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C-D Flyers          Red & White Coed 1940-1983
St. Anne High School Warren, Macomb County D Saints          Green & White Coed 1965-1970
St. Anthony High School Detroit, Wayne County A-B Teutons          Maroon & White Coed 1918-1969
St. Augustine High School Detroit, Wayne County Coed Closed 1966
St. Augustine High School Richmond, Macomb County Coed Closed 1968
St. Bernard High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Ramblers          Blue & White Coed Closed 1966
St. Benedict High School Highland Park, Wayne County C-D Ravens          Black & Gold Coed Closed 1967
St. Casimir High School Detroit, Wayne County Crescents          Red & White Coed 1927-1969
St. Catherine High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C Warriors          Black & Yellow Coed Closed 1967
St. Cecilia High School Detroit, Wayne County C Fighting Irish          Green & Gold Coed 1926-1967
St. Charles High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Dragons          Maroon & White Coed 1912-1967
St. Clement High School Center Line, Macomb County 134 B-C-D Crusaders          Green & Gold Coed Closed 2005
St. Cyril High School Detroit, Wayne County Sharks          Red & White Coed 1945-1971
St. David High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C Aviators          Maroon & Gold Coed 1956-1989
St. Elizabeth High School Detroit, Wayne County C Sabres          Blue & White Coed Closed 1969
St. Florian High School Hamtramck, Wayne County 113 B-C-D Lancers          Red & White Coed 1940-2002
St. Francis de Sales High School Detroit, Wayne County C Monarchs          Blue & White Coed Closed 1971
St. Francis Xavier High School Ecorse, Wayne County C-D Buccaneers          Blue & White Coed 1924-1969
St. Frederick High School Pontiac, Oakland County C Rams          Red & Black Coed Closed 1967
St. Gabriel High School Detroit, Wayne County Trumpeteers          Gold & White Coed Closed 1970
St. Gertrude High School St. Clair Shores, Macomb County C-D Clippers          Maroon & Gold Coed Closed 1971
St. Gregory High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C-D Cherokees          Red & White Coed Closed 1969
St. Hedwig High School Detroit, Wayne County 150 B-C-D Knights          Black & Yellow Coed 1941-1990
St. Henry High School Lincoln Park, Wayne County Coed Closed 1939
St. James High School Ferndale, Oakland County B-C Dales          Red & White Coed Closed 1971
St. John High School Ypsilanti, Washtenaw County C-D Crusaders          Blue & White Coed Closed 1969
St. Josaphat High School Detroit, Wayne County          Blue & White Coed 1915-1960
St. Joseph High School Adrian, Lenawee County Coed Closed 1975
St. Joseph High School Detroit, Wayne County A-B Blue Jays          Blue & White Coed 1889-1964
St. Katharine Drexel High School Redford, Wayne County D Aggies          Green & White Coed 2003-2004
St. Ladislaus High School Hamtramck, Wayne County B-C-D Greyhounds          Scarlet & Grey Coed Closed 1981
St. Lawrence High School Utica, Macomb County C-D Mustangs          Blue & Yellow Coed Closed 1971
St. Leo High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Lions          Red & White Coed 1892-1971
St. Louis High School Mount Clemens, Macomb County C-D Muskrats          Green & Gold Coed 1951-1970
St. Martin de Porres High School Detroit, Wayne County 275 C-D Eagles          Blue & Gold Coed Closed 2005
St. Martin of Tours High School Detroit, Wayne County 221 C-D Cadets          Blue & White Coed Closed 1970
St. Mary High School Mount Clemens, Macomb County B-C-D Mountaineers          Blue & White Coed 1911-1970
St. Mary High School New Baltimore, Macomb County Closed 1970
St. Mary High School Royal Oak, Oakland County C-D Fighting Irish          Blue & White Coed Closed 1985
St. Mary High School Wayne, Wayne County C Blue Knights          Blue & White Coed 1948-1971
St. Mary of Redford High School Detroit, Wayne County 119 B-C-D Rustics          Blue & White Coed 1925-1992
St. Marys Commercial High School Detroit, Wayne County          Blue & Gold All-Girls
St. Michael High School Pontiac, Oakland County C Shamrocks          Blue & White Coed Closed 1967
St. Norbert High School Inkster, Wayne County Shamrocks          Green & White Coed 1971
St. Patrick High School Wyandotte, Wayne County B-C-D Irish          Green & White Coed Closed 1968
St. Philip High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Red Raiders          Red & White Coed Closed 1970
St. Paul High School Grosse Pointe Farms, Wayne County C Lakers          Red & White Coed 1927-1971
St. Rita High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C Vikings          Green & White Coed 1928-1972
St. Rose High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Golden Bears          Blue & Gold Coed 1924-1967
St. Stanislaus High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C-D Broncos          Red & White Coed 1928-1973
St. Stephen High School Port Huron, St. Clair County B-C-D Hornets          Green & Yellow Coed 1929-1964
St. Theresa of Avila High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C-D Pirates          Black & Gold Coed Closed 1967
St. Thomas the Apostle High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Blue Streaks          Blue & White Coed Closed 1969
St. Vincent de Paul High School Detroit, Wayne County C-D Gaels          Green & Gold Coed Closed 1971
Servite High School Detroit, Wayne County 149 B-C-D Panthers          Black & White Coed 1949-1987
Sweetest Heart of Mary High School Detroit, Wayne County Hawks          Green & White Coed 1890-1965
Trinity Catholic High School Harper Woods, Macomb County 163 D Lancers          Red & Blue Coed 2002-2005
Visitation High School Detroit, Wayne County B-C Eagles          Blue & Gold Coed 1956-1967

Footnotes:

Monroe County

Catholic Central High School, Monroe (opened in 1944), and St. Mary Academy, Monroe (opened in 1846), became St. Mary Catholic Central High School in 1986 when the two schools merged.

Washtenaw County

Ann Arbor St. Thomas High School became Father Gabriel Richard High School in 1978.

Wayne County

Detroit Cristo Rey High School occupies the former Detroit Holy Redeemer High School building.

Our Lady of Mercy High School in Detroit moved to Farmington in 1965 and changed its name to Mercy High School that same year.

Redford St. Agatha High School became St. Katharine Drexel High School in 2003.

Redford Bishop Borgess High School closed in 2005 and became Redford Covenant High School which closed in 2009.

Accomplishments[edit]

Since its founding in 1926, CHSL member schools have won nearly 300 state titles (through 2015).[9] [10]

Former Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice and Royal Oak Shrine head coach Al Fracassa holds the state record for all-time football coaching wins with 430 while Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes' former head coach Mike Boyd is third at 361 wins (all at one school), and current Detroit Catholic Central head coach Tom Mach is fourth with 348 wins (as of 2014).[11]

Current Warren Regina head coach Diane Laffey is the winningest coach in MHSAA softball history with 1,118 victories[12] through the 2015 season. She also is the third winningest head coach in MHSAA girls basketball with 619 wins as of 2015.[13]

In boys basketball, Orchard Lake St. Mary's is the state's second-winningest all-time program with 1,250 wins (as of 2009).[14]

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood has the most ever boys ice hockey state championships with seventeen (as of 2015),[15] and the most boys tennis state titles with eighteen (as of 2015).[16] Cranbrook-Kingswood also has sixteen girls tennis state championships, the most ever in that sport in Michigan history (as of 2015).[17]

Detroit St. Martin de Porres holds the record for the most state titles in boys track with fifteen (as of 2015).[18]

Madison Heights Bishop Foley holds the most girls soccer state titles in Michigan history with twelve (as of 2015).[19]

Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes has the most softball state championships in Michigan history with eight (as of 2015).[20]

Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice has won every boys lacrosse state championship in Division 1, eleven in all, since the sport started having state championships in 2005.

Notable CHSL Alumni[edit]

Names of notable alumni are listed in descending order based on their respective year of high school graduation.

[32]

Girls' Basketball Championships[edit]

Girls' basketball championship facts:

CHSL Girls Basketball Champions
Year Division Champions
2016 A-B Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2015 A-B Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
C-D Riverview Gabriel Richard Pioneers
2014 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins Mercy
C-D Madison Heights Bishop Foley Ventures
2013 A-B Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2012 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Riverview Gabriel Richard Pioneers
2011 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2010 A-B Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2009 A-B Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2008 Central Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
AA Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
CD Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
2007 Central/AA Livonia Ladywood Blazers
East/West Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
2006 Central/AA Livonia Ladywood Blazers
2005 Central/AA Livonia Ladywood Blazers
East/West Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard Fighting Irish
2004 East/West Harper Woods Trinity Catholic Lancers
CD Wyandotte Our Lady of Mount Carmel Comets
2003 East/West Harper Woods Trinity Catholic Lancers
CD Wyandotte Our Lady of Mount Carmel Comets
2002 Central/AA Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
East/West Detroit Dominican Ravens
CD Center Line St. Clement Crusaders
2001 Central/AA Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
CD Center Line St. Clement Crusaders
2000 Central/AA Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans
East/West Detroit Benedictine Ravens
CD Hamtramck St. Florian Lancers
1999 Central/AA Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
East/West Detroit Benedictine Ravens
CD Redford St. Agatha Aggies
1998 Central/AA Madison Heights Bishop Foley Ventures
East/West Detroit Benedictine Ravens
CD Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions
1997 Central/AA Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
East/West Detroit Dominican Ravens
CD Warren Immaculate Conception Bengals
1996 Central/AA Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
East/West Detroit Dominican Ravens
CD Warren Immaculate Conception Bengals
1995 Central/AA Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans
East/West Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
CD Warren Immaculate Conception Bengals
1994 Central/AA Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
East/West Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
CD Detroit Dominican Ravens
1993 AB Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs
East/West Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard Fighting Irish
CD Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
1992 AB Birmingham Marian Mustangs
East/West Hamtramck St. Florian Lancers
CD Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
1991 AB Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
East/West Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
CD St. Mary of Redford Rustics
1990 AB Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
CD Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles
1989 AB Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
CD Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1988 AB Birmingham Marian Mustangs
CD Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles
1987 AB Birmingham Marian Mustangs
CD Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles
1986 AB Birmingham Marian Mustangs
CD Detroit St.Martin de Porres Eagles
1985 AB Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
CD Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles
1984 AB Livonia Ladywood Blazers
CD Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles
1983 AB Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
CD Wyandotte Our Lady of Mount Carmel Comets
1982 AB Livonia Ladywood Blazers
CD Redford St. Agatha Aggies
1981 AB Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
CD Redford St. Agatha Aggies
1980 AB Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
CD Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions
1979 AB Livonia Ladywood Blazers
CD Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions
1978 AB Royal Oak Shrine Knights
CD Pontiac Catholic Titans
1977 Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
1976 Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
1975 Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
1974 Hamtramck St. Ladislaus Greyhounds

Softball Championships[edit]

Softball championship facts:

  • Since CHSL softball championship games began being played in 1975, and through 2015, the Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers have won the most softball championships of any school in league history with fourteen.
  • The Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs have the second most softball championships with eleven, while the Warren Regina Saddlelites follow closely behind with ten championships.[38]
CHSL Softball Champions
Year Division Champions
2015 A-B Warren Regina Saddlelites
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2014 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
C-D Wixom St. Catherine Siena Stars
2013 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
C-D Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
2012 A-B Livonia Ladywood Blazers
C-D Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard Fighting Irish
2011 A-B Livonia Ladywood Blazers
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2010 A-B Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
C-D Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
2009 A-B Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2008 A-B Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
C-D Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
2007 A-B Pontiac Notre Dame Prep Fighting Irish
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
2006 A-B Livonia Ladywood Blazers
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
2005 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Center Line St. Clement Crusaders
2004 I Birmingham Marian Mustangs
II Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
2003 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
C-D Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
2002 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2001 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
CD Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
2000 A-B La Salle (Ont.) St. Thomas Villanova
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1999 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Center Line St. Clement Crusaders
1998 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1997 A-B Livonia Ladywood Blazers
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1996 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Center Line St. Clement Crusaders
1995 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1994 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Marine City Cardinal Mooney Cardinals
1993 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1992 AB Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1991 A-B Farmington Hills Mercy Marlins
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1990 A-B Riverview Gabriel Richard Pioneers
C-D Oakland Catholic Titans
1989 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1988 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes Lakers
1987 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1986 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falsons
C-D Pontiac Catholic Titans
1985 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1984 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1983 A-B Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1982 A-B Harper Woods Regina Saddlelites
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1981 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Pontiac Catholic Titans
1980 A-B Royal Oak Shrine Catholic Knights
C-D Grosse Pointe Woods Our Lady Star of the Sea Tunas
1979 A-B Dearborn Divine Child Falcons
C-D Allen Park Cabrini Monarchs
1978 A-B Madison Heights Bishop Foley Ventures
C-D St. Mary of Redford Rustics
1977 Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans
1976 Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans
1975 Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans

Football Championships[edit]

In 1926, Detroit Holy Redeemer and Detroit St. Leo faced each other in the first football game to determine the champion of the Detroit Parochial League (later the CHSL). Holy Redeemer won that game 14-9.

The game has been played every year since 1926 under various names, with Detroit Catholic Central winning twenty-eight football league championship games, the most of any school in league history.

Starting in 1948, the league championship game was called the "The Soup Bowl", as the Capuchin Soup kitchen became the benefactor of some of the proceeds from the game. The Soup Bowl game was always played at University of Detroit Stadium. After the affiliation with the Capuchins ended in 1967 the game was called the "Charity Bowl" and since 1971 the "Prep Bowl".

The Prep Bowl was played at the Pontiac Silverdome and, since 2002, at Ford Field. The Prep Bowl today also involves the Detroit Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) for Catholic elementary schools as well as games within the high school divisions of the CHSL.

Prep Bowl facts:

Through 2015, the winningest high schools in Prep Bowl history, regardless of divisions, are:

For all Prep Bowl high school football game results, click here [1] [39]


The Prep Bowl
Year Game Results (A-B Division)
2015 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 38, Warren De La Salle 0
2014 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 29, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 28
2013 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 20, Detroit Catholic Central 7
2012 Orchard Lake St. Mary's 27, Detroit Catholic Central 10
2011 Detroit Catholic Central 21, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep7
2010 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 17, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 14
2009 Detroit Catholic Central 7, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 0
2008 Warren De La Salle 28, Detroit Catholic Central 14
2007 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 45, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 14
2006 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 24, Warren De La Salle 21
2005 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 20, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 7
2004 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 24, Detroit St. Martin De Porres 6
2003 Detroit Catholic Central 34, Dearborn Divine Child 7
2002 Detroit Catholic Central 45, Dearborn Divine Child 14
2001 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 14, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 3
2000 Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 24, Detroit Catholic Central 7
1999 Detroit Catholic Central 31, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 12
1998 Detroit Catholic Central 22, Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 15
1997 Orchard Lake St. Marys 20, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 6
1996 Detroit Catholic Central 28, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 0
1995 Detroit Catholic Central 17, Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice 7
1994 Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 21, Warren De La Salle 7
1993 Detroit Catholic Central 35, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher 0
1992 Detroit Catholic Central 17, Detroit St. Martin De Porres 6
1991 Detroit St. Martin De Porres 16, Detroit Catholic Central 15
1990 Detroit Catholic Central 31, Detroit St. Martin De Porres 0
1989 Birmingham Brother Rice 36, Southgate Aquinas 7
1988 Detroit Catholic Central 28, University of Detroit Jesuit 7
1987 Detroit Catholic Central 19, Southgate Aquinas 0
1986 Birmingham Brother Rice 12, Dearborn Divine Child 8
1985 Detroit Catholic Central 13, Dearborn Divine Child 0
1984 Dearborn Divine Child 14, Warren De La Salle 10
1983 Birmingham Brother Rice 13, Dearborn Divine Child 10
1982 Detroit Catholic Central 10, Birmingham Brother Rice 0
1981 Birmingham Brother Rice 14, Dearborn Divine Child 7
1980 Birmingham Brother Rice 27, Detroit De La Salle 3
1979 Detroit Catholic Central 16, Detroit De La Salle 0
1978 Birmingham Brother Rice 30, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher 13
1977 Birmingham Brother Rice 30, Royal Oak Shrine 7
1976 Harper Woods Notre Dame 22, Southgate Aquinas 12
1975 Dearborn Divine Child 7, Birmingham Brother Rice 0
1974 Birmingham Brother Rice 35, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 0
1973 Dearborn Divine Child 34, Detroit Catholic Central 7
1972 Dearborn Divine Child 31, Detroit Catholic Central 0
1971 Birmingham Brother Rice 20, Redford Bishop Borgess 0
The Charity Bowl
Year Game Results (A-B Division)
1970 Royal Oak Shrine 18, Birmingham Brother Rice 0
1969 Dearborn Divine Child 16, Detroit Catholic Central 0
1968 Dearborn Divine Child 21, University of Detroit High 7

Soup Bowl Fact:

The Soup Bowl
Year Game Results (1948-1967)
1967 Dearborn Divine Child 21, Birmingham Brother Rice 6
1966 Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 6, Harper Woods Notre Dame 0
1965 Harper Woods Notre Dame 27, Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 21
1964 Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 21, Detroit Cathedral 13
1963 Harper Woods Notre Dame 0, Royal Oak Shrine 0
1962 Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 33, Harper Woods Notre Dame 13
1961 Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 37, Detroit Catholic Central 0
1960 Detroit Catholic Central 20, Royal Oak Shrine 7
1959 Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 14, Royal Oak Shrine 6
1958 St. Mary of Redford 33, University of Detroit High 7
1957 St. Mary of Redford 27, Harper Woods Notre Dame 13
1956 Detroit De La Salle 44, Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose 6
1955 St. Mary of Redford 7, Detroit St. Anthony 6
1954 St. Mary of Redford 34, Detroit St. Anthony 24
1953 River Rouge Lady of Lourdes 26, Detroit St. Joseph 12
1952 St. Mary of Redford 27, Detroit St. Anthony 20
1951 St. Mary of Redford 34, Detroit De La Salle 0
1950 Detroit St. Gregory 18, Hamtramck St. Ladislaus 6
1949 Detroit St. Anthony 13, Detroit St. Theresa of Avila 7
1948 St. Mary of Redford 28, Detroit De La Salle 19

Parochial League Football Championship Facts:

Parochial League Football Championship
Year Game Results (1926-1947)
1947 St. Mary of Redford 8, Detroit De La Salle 7
1946 Detroit St. Anthony 26, River Rouge Lady of Lourdes 21
1945 Detroit Catholic Central defeated River Rouge Lady of Lourdes
1944 Detroit Holy Redeemer 20, Detroit Catholic Central 12
1943 Detroit Catholic Central 19, Detroit St. Anthony 6
1942 Detroit Catholic Central 13, Detroit St. Theresa of Avila 0
1941 Detroit St. Theresa of Avila defeated Detroit Catholic Central
1940 Detroit St. Theresa of Avila 19, Detroit Catholic Central 13
1939 Detroit Catholic Central won championship game
1938 Detroit Catholic Central won championship game
1937 Detroit Catholic Central defeated Detroit Holy Redeemer
1936 University of Detroit High won championship game
1935 Detroit St. Theresa of Avila defeated Royal Oak St. Mary
1934 Detroit St. Theresa of Avila defeated Royal Oak St. Mary
1933 River Rouge Lady of Lourdes 19, Detroit Holy Redeemer 6
1932 Detroit St. Joseph defeated St. Mary of Redford
1931 Detroit De La Salle18, Detroit St. Anthony 0
1930 Detroit St. Joseph defeated Detroit St. Leo
1929 Detroit De La Salle 7, Detroit St. Joseph 0
1928 Detroit Holy Redeemer 20, Detroit St. Leo 0
1927 Detroit Holy Redeemer 12, Wyandotte St. Patrick 0
1926 Detroit Holy Redeemer 14, Detroit St. Leo 9

Operation Friendship[edit]

In 1947, the Detroit City League boys basketball champion and the Detroit Parochial League boys basketball champion met at Olympia Stadium in Detroit to play for the first time to determine who would wear the crown as the Detroit City Basketball Champions. The game between Detroit Miller High School and Detroit St. Joseph High School drew so much interest it sold out Olympia Stadium, with a capacity of 11,563 and in so doing established a state record for attendance at a high school basketball game.[40][41] This was the first of what would, in later years, become known as the Operation Friendship Championship pitting the best of the Detroit Public School League against the Catholic High School League. At the end of the evening, the Detroit Miller Trojans defeated the Detroit St. Joseph Blue Jays 47-34 to claim the first ever Detroit City Basketball High School Championship. Since that game, the Detroit Public School League champions and the Detroit Catholic High School League champions have met nearly every year to determine the Detroit City Champions. In later years, the game would become known as the Operation Friendship Championship. The game has been played at University of Detroit's Calihan Hall (formerly Memorial Hall) virtually every year, although Cobo Arena in Detroit has also hosted the basketball classic.

Operation Friendship facts:

  • The Public School League has won 41 of the 56 Operation Friendship Championship Games played through 2016.
  • Since 2005, the CHSL has won six Operation Friendship championships, while the PSL has won five.
  • Detroit Southwestern has won the most Operation Friendship championship games with nine, followed by Detroit Northwestern with five and Detroit Eastern/Detroit King with five. Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep has won three Operation Friendship championship games, the most among CHSL schools.
Operation Friendship
Year Winning League Championship Boys Basketball Game Results[41]
2016 CHSL University of Detroit Jesuit Cubs 92, Detroit East English Village Bulldogs 76[42]
2015 PSL Detroit Western Cowboys 55, University of Detroit Jesuit Cubs 46
2014 Operation Friendship Game was not played in 2014.
2013 PSL Detroit Pershing Doughboys 74, University of Detroit Jesuit Cubs 59
2012 CHSL Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 56, Detroit King Crusaders 48
2011 CHSL Warren De La Salle Pilots 55, Detroit Southeastern Jungaleers 49
2010 PSL Detroit Pershing Doughboys 77, Warren De La Salle Pilots 50
2009 PSL Detroit Pershing Doughboys 82, Warren De La Salle Pilots 75
2008 CHSL Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep Eaglets 73, Detroit Northwestern Colts 59
2007 CHSL Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep Eaglets 81, Detroit Redford Huskies 79 (OT)
2006 PSL Detroit Redford Huskies 66, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep Eaglets 63
2005 CHSL Detroit St. Martin DePorres Eagles 57, Detroit Redford Huskies 55
2004 PSL Detroit Renaissance Phoenix 61, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep Eaglets 32
2003 PSL Detroit Renaissance Phoenix 57, Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles 50
2002 PSL Detroit Finney Highlanders 59, Warren De La Salle Pilots 47
2001 PSL Detroit Redford Huskies 73, Warren De La Salle Pilots 57
2000 CHSL Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep Eaglets 57, Detroit Renaissance Phoenix 54
1999 PSL Detroit King Crusaders 63, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Prep Eaglets 55
1998 PSL Detroit Cass Tech Technicians 73, Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans 68
1997 PSL Detroit Denby Tars 69, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 56
1996 PSL Detroit Pershing Doughboys 88, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 69
1995 PSL Detoit Pershing Doughboys 58, Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles 50
1994 PSL Detroit Murray-Wright Pilots 79, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 61
1993 CHSL Southgate Aquinas Raiders 59, Detroit Cass Tech Technicians 56
1992 PSL Detroit Cooley Cardinals 83, University of Detroit High Cubs 47
1991 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 84, Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles 55
1990 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 84, Birmingham Brother Rice Warriors 51
1989 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 85, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 44
1988 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 62, Warren De La Salle Pilots 58
1987 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 92, Redford Bishop Borgess Spartans 64
1986 PSL Detroit Northern Jayhawks 60, Southgate Aquinas Raiders 54
1985 CHSL Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles 58, Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 57
1984 PSL Detroit Mackenzie Stags 70, Detroit St. Martin de Porres Eagles 53
1983 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 53, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 52
1982 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 57, Birmingham Brother Rice Warriors 45
1981 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 67, Birmingham Brother Rice Warriors 60
1980 PSL Detroit Central Trailblazers 74, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 50
1979 PSL Detroit Murray-Wright Pilots 70, Birmingham Brother Rice Warriors 69
1978 CHSL Royal Oak Shrine Knights 50, Detroit Northwestern Colts 44 (OT)
1977 PSL Detroit Cass Tech Technicians 54, Dearborn Divine Child Falcons 45
1976 PSL Detroit Northeastern Falcons 72, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 59
No Operation Friendship Games were played from 1969-1975.
1968 CHSL Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 57, Detroit Murray-Wright Pilots 56
1967 PSL Detroit Northwestern Colts 84, Detroit Visitation Eagles 65
1966 CHSL Detroit Austin Friars 69, Detroit Northwestern Colts 68
1965 PSL Detroit Northwestern Colts 71, Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions 55
1964 PSL Detroit Northwestern Colts 49, Grosse Pointe St. Paul Lakers 42
1963 CHSL Grosse Pointe St. Paul Lakers 55, Detroit Pershing Doughboys 46
1962 PSL Detroit Eastern Indians 56, Grosse Pointe St. Paul Lakers 30
1961 PSL Detroit Eastern Indians 56, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 53
1960 PSL Detroit Eastern Indians 69, Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions 52
1959 PSL Detroit Eastern Indians 56, Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions 41
1958 CHSL Detroit Austin Friars 63, Detroit Northeastern Falcons 40
1957 PSL Detroit Northwestern Colts 42, Detroit All Saints Saints 32
1956 CHSL Detroit St. Andrew Flyers 61, Detroit Southeastern Jungaleers 58
1955 PSL Detroit Cass Tech Technicians 59, Royal Oak Shrine Knights 43
1954 PSL Detroit Northwestern Colts 53, River Rouge Our Lady of Lourdes Bears 50
1953 PSL Detroit Southwestern Prospectors 43, Wyandotte Our Lady of Mount Carmel Comets 41
No Operation Friendship Games were played from 1948-1952.
1947 PSL Detroit Miller Trojans 47, Detroit St. Joseph Blue Jays 34

Goodfellow Game[edit]

The Goodfellow Game was an annual high school football game for the unofficial city of Detroit high school football championship. The game was played between the champions of the Detroit City League (later the Detroit Public School League) and the Detroit Parochial League (later the Catholic High School League). The Goodfellow Game was played every year from 1938 through 1967.[43] The Goodfellow Game was always played at Briggs/Tiger Stadium.[44][45][46][47][48][49][50]

The Goodfellow Game was played in a time before Michigan had a high school state championship playoff. As a result, the Goodfellow Game was considered one of the state's most prestigious high school football games of its time.

Goodfellow Game facts:

The Goodfellow Game
Year Winning League Game Results
1938 Parochial League Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 19, Hamtramck Cosmos 13
1939 City League Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 19, Hamtramck Cosmos 13
1940 Tie University of Detroit High Cubs 20, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 0
1941 City League Detroit Cooley Cardinals 47, Detroit St. Theresa of Avila Pirates 6
1942 Parochial League Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 46, Hamtramck Cosmos 0
1943 Parochial League Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 8, Detroit Cooley Cardinals 0
1944 City League Detroit Mackenzie Stags 3, Detroit Holy Redeemer Lions 0
1945 Tie Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 19, Detroit Denby Tars 19
1946 City League Detroit Cooley Cardinals 21, Detroit St. Anthony Teutons 13
1947 City League Detroit Denby Tars 14, Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 0
1948 City League Detroit Denby Tars 28, Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 0
1949 Parochial League Detroit St. Anthony Teutons 19, University of Detroit High Cubs 13
1950 City League Detroit Redford Huskies 7, Detroit St. Gregory Cherokees 6
1951 Parochial League Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 23, Detroit Western Cowboys 6
1952 Parochial League Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 13, University of Detroit High Cubs 6
1953 City League Detroit Pershing Doughboys 21, River Rouge Lady of Lourdes Bears 7
1954 Parochial League University of Detroit High Cubs 23, Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 20
1955 City League Detroit Pershing Doughboys 13, Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 7
1956 Parochial League Detroit De La Salle Pilots 26, Detroit Denby Tars 20
1957 Parochial League Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 25, Detroit Southeastern Jungaleers 6
1958 City League Detroit Redford Huskies 27, Detroit St. Mary of Redford Rustics 7
1959 Parochial League Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose Cavaliers 13, Detroit Cooley Cardinals 7
1960 City League Detroit Denby Tars 21, Detroit Catholic Central Shamrocks 18
1961 Parochial League Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose Cavaliers 20, Detroit Pershing Doughboys 0
1962 Parochial League Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose Cavaliers 19, Detroit Cooley Cardinals 0
1963 City League Detroit Denby Tars 7, Harper Woods Notre Dame Fightin' Irish 0
1964 Parochial League Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose Cavaliers 20, Detroit Southeastern Jungaleers 0
1965 Tie Harper Woods Notre Dame Fightin' Irish 14, Detroit Denby Tars 14
1966 Parochial League Grosse Pointe St. Ambrose Cavaliers 33, Detroit Denby Tars 19
1967 Parochial League Dearborn Divine Child Falcons 14, Detroit Denby Tars 7

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