Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

Photo Courtesy of St. Thomas More School
The St. Thomas More sixth grade girls team won the Catholic Metro League of Atlanta (CMLA) championship game to cap off an undefeated season. Posing for a team photo are (back row l-r) Anne Locker, assistant coach Heard and head coach Cathy Faust; (front row l-r) Claire Shumaker, Caitlin Faust, Rachel Heard, Nicole Rodriguez, Mary O'Connor and Astrid Tarleton.


CMLA Crowns Champs

By MICHAEL ALEXANDER, Staff Photographer | Published March 5, 2009

The Catholic Metro League of Atlanta held its “Championship Saturday,” a single elimination tournament for grades five through eight at Our Lady of the Assumption School, Atlanta, Feb. 14. The league is comprised of boys and girls teams from 14 parishes and/or regional schools, grades three through eight. The 2008-2009 season included 274 teams with over 2,400 players.


Grade 5 – Immaculate Heart of Mary, Atlanta, led by Coach Tom Hughes

Grade 6 – St. Thomas More, Decatur, led by Coach Cathy Faust Grade 7 – Our Lady of the Assumption, led by Coach Mark Moeller

Grade 8 – St. Thomas More, Decatur, led by Coach Mark Norton


Grade 5 – St. Brigid, Johns Creek, led by Coach Brian Richey

Grade 6 – Holy Spirit Preparatory, Atlanta, led by Coach Alan McCurry

Grade 7 – St. Thomas More, Decatur, led by Coach Mark Phillips

Grade 8 – St. Peter Claver, Decatur, led by Coach Dionne Mason