On January 28, the Sac-Joaquin Section Board of Managers announced that each league would determine their own sports seasons for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. As such, Christian Brothers will follow the Capital Athletic League (CAL) season schedule as seen below. Please note: sports seasons will be determined by the California COVID-19 color tier system. Currently, only sports listed under the Purple Tier category may begin contests on their designated start dates.
- Cross Country (February 16 – April 5)
- Women’s Golf (February 16 – April 7)
- Women’s Tennis (February 16 – April 9)
- Men’s Golf (April 5 – May 24)
- Men’s Tennis (April 5 – May 28)
- Swimming and Diving (April 19 – June 12)
- Track and Field (April 26 – June 12)
- Baseball (March 22 – June 12)
- Softball (March 22 – June 12)
- Football (February 16* – April 16) *Conditioning will resume on February 16. However, contests may not begin until March 5 if Sacramento County is in the orange tier.
- Cheer (as determined by football season)
- Men’s and Women’s Water Polo (March 1 – April 16)
- Men’s and Women’s Soccer (March 1 – April 30)
- Men’s and Women’s Volleyball (March 1 – April 30)
- Men’s and Women’s Basketball (April 12 – June 12)
Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse are not a part of the League and therefore do not follow the CAL season. For these sports, coaches will be contacting players and families directly with more information.
As stated by the California Department of Public Health and Sacramento County Department of Public Health, each team will be considered a cohort. Therefore, students may only participate in one sport during the 2020-2021 season. If a student-athlete decides to switch sports, that student will have to sit out for 14 days before joining the new team.
For each sport, players and families will be individually contacted by coaches regarding practice times.
All student-athletes must have the FinalForms athletic medical clearance with a valid physical prior to any participation or tryouts for athletics. Please click here for more information. Students cannot attend any practices or conditioning events without completing the health self-assessment questions in the Safely Back to School app.