Monsignor Martin Athletic Association

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The Monsignor Martin Athletic Association is an athletic league founded in 1948 and comprising Catholic high schools and two private secular schools. Member schools compete for the Supremacy Cup, awarded to the school in each division that wins the most championships during a school year.

For each sport, the league is divided by two divisions - Class AA (large schools) and Class A (small schools). All but two of the schools are located in Erie County, New York.

Member schools include[edit]




Former Member Institutions[1][edit]

  • Bishop Colton High School
  • Bishop Fallon High School
  • Bishop Gibbons High School
  • Bishop McMahon High School
  • Bishop Neumann High School
  • Bishop O'Hern High School
  • Bishop Ryan High School (-1971)
  • Calasanctius Preparatory School
  • Cardinal Dougherty High School
  • Father Baker High School
  • Holy Angels Academy (-2014)
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary, Villa Maria (-2004)
  • Immaculata Academy (-2016)
  • Mount Saint Joseph's Academy
  • Stella Niagara Seminary
  • Turner-Carroll High School (1960-2003), merged from Archbishop Carroll and Bishop Turner