While some of the schools are coeducational institutions, the conference only supports athletics for male teams (the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference serves as its female counterpart).
The CCL is perhaps best known for its success in football, water polo, wrestling, and baseball.
The addition of these sports brought the league up to the level of offerings by the Chicago and Suburban public leagues.
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Since 2002 when the IHSA first sponsored a state tournament in water polo, the CCL has not failed to win the state title for boys.
This conference ended in the 2002–2003 season and both conferences went back to normal.
Swimming and water polo founded the Metro Catholic Aquatic Conference in 1999 which included the all East Suburban Catholic and CCL teams and still hosts a conference championship for both sports.
In the third week of November, the schools managed to form a league and drew up a schedule of games in basketball and indoor baseball. De Paul narrowly lost the game, but it demonstrated to the league that its program was thriving.
Two years later De Paul traveled to Boston and met Beverly High in Fenway Park, destroying the team 30-7. Because the Catholic school population relative to the mainstream public secondary schools and the private school was more an immigrant and working class population, the sports that the league initially sponsored reflected this demographic makeup.
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