West Catholic Athletic League

The West Catholic Athletic League or WCAL is a highly competitive high school athletic conference in the Central Coast Section of the California Interscholastic Federation. The boys division is made up of seven private Catholic schools and one Christian school in the Western and Southern portions of the San Francisco Bay Area. The girls division includes all the co-ed schools in the WCAL with Notre Dame-Belmont, Presentation High School-San Jose, and Sacred Heart Preparatory of Atherton taking the place of the three all-boys schools: Archbishop Riordan, Bellarmine, and Junipero Serra.

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