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Athletic Summer Camps Open!

The Athletics Department is excited to offer six weeks of summer athletic programming so your child can stay active this summer! With 13 camps to choose from, your athlete will not be 'bored' this summer!  Click the links to view the catalogs and register.

Sports at Monte Cassino

As represented in the Monte Cassino Student Motto, "Every day at Monte Cassino School we do our best so that in all things God may be glorified," Monte Cassino Athletics encourages its students to participate in and commit to striving towards their best selves in their co-curricular activities. We aim to promote healthy living, physical fitness, the fruit of the Spirit, and athletic skill development. Monte Cassino is dedicated to helping students develop in these areas by providing the very best in coaching, competition, training, and facilities. We offer many school-sponsored and club sports so students can try something new or develop something they have already started as they prep for high school sports.

Monte Cassino Sports

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  • Basketball

    Monte Cassino Basketball teams are for grades 1-8. The Elementary School boys and girls basketball teams, grades 1-4, participate in the Elementary Christian Conference (ECC), while the Middle School basketball teams, grades 5-8, participate in the Diocesan Middle School Athletic Association (DMSAA) and in the Indian Nations Basketball Conference (INBC). The 6th, 7th and 8th grade teams compete in a Pre-Season Diocesan Tournament in Tulsa, as well as the State Tournament in Oklahoma City at the conclusion of the season. If you have any questions, please email Keith Williams kewilliams@montecassino.org the director of athletics.
  • Cheer

    The MC Cheerleading Program is a non-competitive program originating at Monte Cassino School beginning in 2001 and directed by Terri Stump, a Certified Physical Education teacher and a NCA Sanctioned Cheer Judge
    Our program consists of students with different levels of cheerleading experience. The goal is to introduce cheerleading in a fun, positive way emphasizing teamwork and friendship.
    The squad cheers for the Junior Comet football teams (Grade 5 – 8) at Bishop Kelley High School. They also cheer for the Middle School Basketball teams at the Saints gym. Any Monte Cassino School student in grades 5 – 8 is welcome to participate in our Cheerleading Program. Summer Cheer Camp is also offered this summer, June 21-June 24, 2021, 9am-12pm.
  • Cross Country

    Cross Country is offered to grades 4-8. The program has grown in size over the past two years to over 30 runners. Under the guidance of Coach Cory Ray, the program has developed into a competitive force within the league and been competitive in all of their meets. The team continues to garner many individual and team awards in all of their competitions and the season culminates in the Bishop Kelley meet at the conclusion of the season. The team hold their practices both at Monte Cassino and at an additional outside facility. You may contact Coach Ray with any questions at wcoryray@boastsports.com
  • Golf

    The Golf program at Monte Cassino is comprised of classes in the fall as a part of the Supplemental Program for students 3 years old through 8th grade and our competitive spring sports program for grades 5-8. Golf is a lifetime sport and Monte Cassino strives to provide a fun game based learning experience to keep students interested and to enjoy playing the sport. Monte Cassino Golf team coach Amanda Fisher, will be teaching all classes at Battle Creek Golf Course and you can contact her at manda2450@yahoo.com
  • Tennis

    Monte Cassino Tennis is offered through the Vince Westbrook Tennis Academy at the University of Tulsa for 1st through 8th grades. Fall Tennis is offered through the Supplemental Program here at Monte Cassino for beginners and experienced players to teach the game of tennis and to refine basic skills. Monte Cassino also offers tennis as a spring sport for middle school for 5th through 8th grades. The team competes in dual, tournament and Qualifier matches throughout the season. Cristian Pensavalle is the Monte Cassino Tennis Coach and the Director of the Michael D. Case Tennis Center at the University of Tulsa. Please contact him at pensavalletennis@gmail.com for updated information.
  • Volleyball

    Monte Cassino Girls Volleyball continues on a path of excellence with our 8th grade team winning state and our two 7th grade teams tied for first place in the 2020 Diocese tournament. Check back for Spring clinics and off-season training.
  • Track

    Track is offered to 4th through 8th grades . The sport has seen a steady increase in participation over the past few years and seeks to develop overall fitness, understanding and proficiency in all of the running and field events and striving for excellence in both individual and team competition. The team competes in several meets in and around the Tulsa area, culminating in the DMSAA meet at the conclusion of the season. The team practices both on campus at Monte Cassino and at an additional outside facility. You may contact Coach Cory Ray for further information at wcoryray@boastsports.com

Club Sports

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  • Junior Comet Football

    Junior Comet Football does an outstanding job in teaching the game of football and  preparing the younger players as they move into Middle School and High School. More importantly, the league shows the younger players how to play the game safely and instructs them the proper techniques. The students gain confidence, learn team camaraderie and have a fun time playing the game. If your child is interested on playing football this fall, please go to the Junior Comet Football website at www.jrcomets.com. You can also contact the following people for information on each grade level. Chris Jacobi chris@acctknowledge.com for grades 2, 3 and 4, Jon Scoggins jscoggins@congruityhr.com for 5th grade and Joe Pickard joe.pickard@sweetlawfirm.com for 6TH, 7TH and 8th grade.
  • Jenks Youth Baseball

    Monte Cassino has worked closely with Jenks Youth Baseball to get more Monte students interested and participating in baseball. Over the last two years number of players from Monte Cassino playing baseball has increased from 50 players to over 100 players with students from 4/5 years old through 8th grade participating. The school along with Monte parent coaches, works with Jenks Youth baseball to create Monte Cassino teams and place the student on the team that best serves their interests and skill level. Please contact the league at jenksyouthbaseball@cox.net for further information.
  • Tulsa Alliance Lacrosse

    Lacrosse has had a tremendous rise in popularity over the past several years. Tulsa Alliance Lacrosse provides an opportunity for students in grades K-2, 3rd-4th, 5th-6th and 7th-8th grade to participate in a new spring sport and a chance to learn and become proficient in the sport. Please go the following website for further information at www.tulsaalliancelacrosse.com
  • Metro Tulsa Soccer

    Monte Cassino has many students in grades K through 8 participating in both the fall and spring leagues of Tulsa Metro Soccer. For further information on joining a team and participating in the program please go to https://www.metrotulsasoccer.com

New Athletic Director Brings Healthy Philosophy to Program

Monte Cassino is excited to announce the hiring of Cory Ray as our new Athletic Director, effective August 8. Cory’s experience as a collegiate-level coach and business owner, his servant-leadership mindset, and his vision to bring our community together by fostering an athletics environment where everyone feels valued and proud to be part of the MCS family were all factors that led to his selection for this position. As Athletic Director, Cory will oversee all athletic department aspects of the school.
Cory said, “I am excited to join the Monte Community because it presents an opportunity to use my expertise to improve the lives of our students. I firmly believe that sports can positively shape young individuals, instilling essential life skills that extend beyond the playing field. Being able to contribute to the holistic development of our MC student-athletes aligns perfectly with my passion for empowering young minds.”

Head of School, Chris Burke, said, “Cory’s vast and broad experience in athletics and his vision for the advancement of our athletics program and how it will serve our Saints are fully in line with our mission and values of our school. He will be a positive, dynamic addition to our team.” Cory is a Tulsa native and a self-proclaimed foodie who loves to cook, travel, do all things sports, and spend time with his family. Join us in welcoming Cory to our Monte Cassino team!

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  • Cory Ray 

    Director of Athletics
  • Maria Alexander 

    Assistant Athletic Director