St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute wins Supremacy Cup
The Monsignor Martin High School Athletic Association (MMHSAA) announced that St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute has won the 2012 Supremacy Cup, an award given annually to the MMHSAA member high school with the most dominant athletic program.
“St. Joe’s has a rich and long-standing tradition of playing for the name on the front of the jersey,” said St. Joe’s Athletic Director Pete Schneider. “This award signifies the emphasis that our coaches and student athletes place on that tradition as it was the culmination of the entire athletic department working together throughout the year.”
The school’s road to the Supremacy Cup was paved with MMHSAA playoff championship titles in baseball and soccer, along with regular season MMHSAA championship titles in varsity golf, soccer, bowling, football and hockey.
St. Joe’s also boasted an All-Catholic Championship in wrestling and second-place finishes in volleyball, wrestling, swimming, basketball, lacrosse and baseball.
This is St. Joe’s first Supremacy Cup win since 2005. The Catholic school on Kenmore Avenue boasts more Supremacy Cup victories than any other high school, with 32 wins since the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association’s formation in 1948.