Mission Athletics

Every day, our Ladies of Mission demonstrate athleticism, leadership, commitment, and collaboration in 6 varsity sports:

-Track and Field
-Soccer
-Softball
-Basketball
-Cross Country
-Volleyball

From  CIF Div 7 Championship, Horizon League Championships and countless California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) appearances in several sports, to an extensive roster of Academic All-Honors women representing Team SGMHS, San Gabriel Mission High School athletes prove again and again that the keys to winning are hard work, dedication and teamwork. Nearly 50% of our students participate in our athletic programs. 

 

Each year, student-athletes go on to continue their academic and athletic careers at various colleges and universities throughout the nation. Our student-athletes have made commitments to join an athletic team at the college/university level noted by signing a National Letter of Intent to schools like Morgan State University, Notre Dame De Namur, Concordia University, Occidental College, Bethany College, North Park University, Sacramento State University.

 

That dedication and excellence has been recognized by The CIF Southern Section Academic Awards program, which has annually awarded our school with Student-Athlete of the Year Awards as well as All Academic Team Awards. San Gabriel Mission Athletics has proven capable of winning big not only on the court and field but in the classroom as well. 

Athletic Department Forms

Horizon League

Horizon League

 

San Gabriel Mission High School is a member of the California Interscholastic Federation. The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) is the governing body for high school sports in the state of California. Under CIF governance each school is assigned a specific league.
 

San Gabriel Mission High School is a member of the Horizon League. This league follows all governing guidelines, policies and regulations of the Catholic Athletic Association (CAA). This association articulates the leagues philosophy of interscholastic sports and presents the behaviors that are expected by any Catholic school community in relation to sports events. The Horizon league principals hold all athletic directors and coaches responsible for the information in the CAA Gold Book; all principals and athletic directors in the Horizon League are responsible for knowing the CIF-SS policies and regulations printed in the CIF-SS Blue Book.

The Horizon League handbook is to present the League's guidelines, policies, and regulations to the League Principals, Athletic Directors, and Coaches. This handbook provides the specific decisions made by the Executive Board of the League, and is to be used in conjunction with the CIF-SS Blue Book and the CAA Gold Book.

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Roster of Coaches

Track and Field
Soccer
Softball
Basketball
Cross Country
Volleyball