Catholic Youth Organization

CYO Sports

CYO Sports
CYO Sports is a parish based program open to all children and adolescents, regardless of race, religion, national origin, family or economic status. It serves over 13, 000 children and adolescents annually in 60 athletic associations with the help of over 5000 adult volunteers.

Mission
To offer all youth, sports and recreation programs emphasizing friendly competition through good sportsmanship "modeled" by adult participants. To invite all participants, Catholic and otherwise, youth and adults, to share in the life of their church and faith community.

Current Events

2014 CITY PLAYOFFS SOCCER, VOLLEYBALL, FLAG FOOTBALL:CONGRATULATIONS TO CYO ALL CITY RUNNER UP AND CITY CHAMPIONS !!!

SEE BELOW + MORE INFORMATION FOR FINAL STANDINGS


THE CYO OFFICE WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY AND BLESSED THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. THE CYO OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED WED(11/26) AND FRIDAY (11/28)


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Information

  • All Zones and Parishes are governed by the CYO Policies and procedures.


  • All Coaches are to have a background check and be certified through our program in order to participate. All Coaches Training registration goes through the parish.

  • Visit the Parish nearest you to find out when Registration for CYO Begins.


  • Sports that are offered; Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Track and Baseball/ Softball


  • What is Catholic Sports ? ( Evangelization )


  • CYO Follows an Age division chart in order to form teams.


  • Please look for all CYO activities in our Calendar.


  • Official CYO Coaches Handbook available at the CYO Office.

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