Welcome to the DeMatha Track Wiki!Edit
On this wiki you can find information on athletes, meets, and practice schedules.
The DeMatha StagEdit
The Stag is the official mascot of DeMatha Catholic High School. St. John DeMatha, who founded the Trinitarians in the late twelfth century, is said to have had a vision of a white stag with a red and blue cross between its antlers. The Trinitarians, who wear a white habit with a red and blue cross, established DeMatha in 1946.
Tradition of ExcellenceEdit
Since 1969, DeMatha athletic teams have won over 150 championships in 11 sports. DeMatha's athletic program was ranked #2 in the entire country in 2005 and 2007 by SI.com (Sports Illustrated), based on championships and athletic scholarships to college. DeMatha varsity teams consistently win six or seven championships or more every year in the very competitive Washington area. Each coach emphasizes preparation, respect, fair play and teamwork on the playing field and the importance of academic success and growth in the classroom. Student-athletes play and work to their potential.
DeMatha coaches also hold summer camps for young athletes of all ages and coaching clinics throughout the year to share their successful techniques. After successful high school and college careers, DeMatha graduates often continue to play and coach at the highest levels.
DeMatha Athletics -- A Tradition of Excellence
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