Athletic Director – DPS Prep League
Matt Koscove, Matthew_Koscove@dpsk12.org
Athletic Director – Club Sports/Intramurals:
Kendra Collings, firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Sports Game Schedules
Winter Sports Re-Cap
Congratulations to our Girls Basketball team! They finished their season 11-0 winning the City Championship against Florida Pitt Waller, 38-29! Great season girls!
Congratulations to our Boys Basketball team on a great season! They suffered a tough loss in the playoffs Tuesday to Hill Middle School. The boys finished their season 8-1 and won the Northeast Conference. Great job gentlemen!
Mid-Year Sports Recap
McAuliffe International School athletics would like to thank all the parents for the amazing support during the first half of the athletic calendar. We thank you for allowing your kids to participate in athletics, getting them to and from practice and games and being there to support them during athletic contests. We had an amazing Fall Sports Season! to recap:
Cross Country: Our Girls Cross Country team was able to place first in all 5 of their meets, including winning the City Championship. Our Boys Cross Country team was able to place first in 4 out of 5 meets, including winning the City Championship.
Girls Softball: Our Girls Softball team finished the year 9-0 overall, won the Northeast Division, advanced to the Final Four of the city playoffs and eventually won the City Championship against Skinner.
Boys Soccer: Our Boys Soccer team finished the year 7-2-1 overall, won the Northeast Division and advanced to the Final Four of the city playoffs before dropping a hard fought match 1-0 to Greenwood. One win shy of advancing to the City Championship.
Girls Volleyball: Our Girls Volleyball team started the year 0-2 then rattled off 9 straight wins to finish 9-2 overall, winning the Northeast Division, advancing to the Final Four of the city playoffs and eventually winning the City Championship in a nail-bitter over Grant Ranch.
Flag Football: Our Flag Football team finished the year 9-1 overall, outscoring opponents 394-77. They won the Northeast Division and advanced to the Final Four of the city playoffs, before dropping a heartbreaker 7-6 to eventual city champion Slavens. One win shy of reaching the City Championship game.