Christ Lutheran Chargers

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As Christ Lutheran Chargers we are identified with Christ, both on and off the field. We start our games with prayer and play to the best of our God given abilities. We live out Christ like qualities as we interact with our teammates.

Chargers enjoy many home games as we have both a soccer field and gymnasium on our campus.

Fall Sports

Boys Soccer
Girls Volleyball

Winter Sports

Boys Basketball
Girls Soccer

Spring Sports

Boys Volleyball
Girls Basketball

Athletic Director & Boys & Girls Soccer– Coach Shadow

Shadow Gallaugher

My name is Chatelaine Gallaugher, however most people know me as “Shadow”.  I am very excited to announce that I will be working with all of our student athletes as the Athletic Director for Christ Lutheran.  I have been coaching sports for over 10 years now and played college soccer at Harbor City. 

I will be sending out emails in the near future with information about joining our sports programs. I encourage all students to get involved with our sports programs as we will do our best to ensure a FUN, safe, friendly, and respectful environment for student athletes. 

Questions about Charger Sports? Email me at

Girls Volleyball – Coach Tasha

Coach Tasha grew up a student athlete playing multiple sports at St John’s Orange and Orange Lutheran High School. She has coached several different teams throughout her high school and college years. Tasha is a graduate of Concordia University Irvine, where she earned a degree in Theology with an emphasis in Christian Education. Coach Tasha lives out what it looks like to be a student athlete at Christ Lutheran and strives to instill these values in our Chargers.

“We are ambassadors for Christ, we work hard and work together as a team, and we enjoy the sport and have fun. We are Christ Lutheran Chargers!”

Tasha Mahshi

Boys Volleyball – Coach Mike

Coach Mike Cooley is excited to lead the boys this season in his favorite team sport, volleyball. Mike began playing volleyball in middle school and continued in high school on club teams and for his high school. His personal highlights include playing middle blocker and competing with his club team at the Junior Olympics