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Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League (OHSAA)

Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League
(MOCAL)
Established 1998
Association OHSAA
Division Central District
Members 5
Sports fielded 8 (men's: 4; women's: 4)
Region Columbus, Ohio Metropolitan Area
Headquarters Columbus, Ohio
The Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League (MOCAL) is a middle school and high school athletic league consisting of schools and teams in the Columbus, Ohio metro area. All seven current league members are also members of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA).

Member schools

Current member high schools include Tree of Life Christian, Delaware Christian, Gahanna Christian, Madison Christian, and Granville Christian.

Current Members

Delaware Christian - Eagles
Gahanna Christian Academy - Eagles
Granville Christian - Lions
Madison Christian - Eagles
Tree of Life Christian - Trojans

Past Members

Maranatha Christian (school closed in 2004)
Liberty Christian (withdrew in 2005)
Northside Christian (withdrew in 2010)
Fairfield Christian Academy (withdrew 2013)
Grove City Christian School (withdrew 2013)

Sports

Official league-sanctioned sports include:
Boys' Varsity: Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, and Golf.
Girl's Varsity: Basketball, Softball, Soccer, and Volleyball.
Some member schools participate in other non-league sports such as Tennis, Football, Track and Cross Country, and Wrestling.

Past MOCAL Champions


FALL SEASON
Boys Soccer
2014 - Madison Christian
2013 - Gahanna Christian
2012 - Tree of Life
2011 - Tree of Life
2010 - Tree of Life
2009 - Madison Christian
2008 - Tree of Life
2007 - Tree of Life
2006 - Delaware Christian
2005 - Tree of Life/Delaware Christian (co-champions)
2004 - Tree of Life
2003 - Maranatha Christian
2002 - Northside Christian

Girls Volleyball
2013 - Madison Christian
2012 - Delaware Christian / Madison Christian
2011 - Delaware Christian
2010 - Madison Christian
2009 - Madison Christian
2008 - Madison Christian
2007 - Madison Christian

WINTER SEASON
Boys Basketball
2010-11 - Tree of Life
2009-10 - Tree of Life 21-3 (12-0)
2008-09 - Tree of Life 22-2 (12-0)
2007-08 - Tree of Life 19-3 (12-0)
2006-07 - Tree of Life 16-5 (11-1)
2005-06 - Tree of Life 20-2 (12-0)
2004-05 - Tree of Life 17-5 (10-0)
2003-04 - Tree of Life 18-3 (12-0)
2002-03 - Tree of Life (12-0)
2001-02 - Tree of Life (12-0)
2000-01 - Delaware Christian

Girls Basketball
2009-10 - Fairfield Christian
2008-09 - Fairfield Christian
2007-08 - Fairfield Christian
2006-07 - Tree of Life
2005-06 - Tree of Life
2004-05 - Tree of Life

SPRING SEASON
Baseball
2009 - Grove City Christian
2010 - Grove City Christian
2008 - Grove City Christian
2007 - Tree of Life
2006 - Tree of Life
2005 - Tree of Life
2004 - Delaware Christian
2003 - Tree of Life
2002 - Gahanna Christian

Softball
2010 - Tree of Life
2009 - Fairfield Christian Academy
2008 - Grove City Christian / Madison Christian
2007 - Tree of Life
2006 - Tree of Life
2005 - Tree of Life
2004 - Tree of Life
2003 - Tree of Life
2002 - Tree of Life

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