Commodore's athletic program continues to grow and continues to thrive. Our fall sports season just came to a close, and, although we didn't win another championship, our students and teams continued to represent our school and the Five Promises well.
- Middle School Flag Football: CJR lost a close semifinal playoff game to AFYA, 14-8. The team came a long way this year. Thank you to Coaches Watson and Michael for supporting the growth of our team.
- Middle School Boys Soccer: In another tough semifinal playoff game, Commodore lost 3-1, to John Ruhrah. In only its second year of existence, the boys continue to develop the necessary skills and teamwork necessary for success. Coaches Reed and Rennard deserve a lot of credit for their work in making Commodore a rising city power in such a short time.
- Middle School Girls Soccer: Our girls' soccer team showed marked growth from last year and its players were consistently committed to improving. Coaches Heid and Ramos deserve acknowledgment for all their hard work.
- Elementary Soccer: Our newest team was so big that we actually had two teams participating in the Patterson Park Elementary Soccer League! Both boys and girls from grades 2-5 participated in this sport. Coaches Casamassima and Duarte deserve a lot of credit for filling an important need and building a strong team, while also providing students with a valuable afterschool opportunity.
The fall season might be coming to a close, but we are already looking ahead to our winter sports season on the horizon, including three basketball teams, an NAL team looking to defend its city title, and a recently started debate team. Good luck, Commodore!