Last Updated: September 18, 2017 
   Special CYO Mass
     in celebration of the opening of our season
    Sunday, October 22nd at 9:30 AM
      All CYO players and coaches are expected to attend.
CYO players should wear their jerseys.

Upstate NY Champs

St. Catharine's  Sends 3 Teams to the State Finals!


St. Catharine White - 3rd Grade Boys (O'Connor)

St. Catharine White - 5th Grade Girls (Piccione)

St. Catharine Red - 7th Grade Boys (Mangini/Berrigan)


Rockland County Champions!

Congratulations to all players, coaches and families!


St. Catharine Blue - 5th Grade Girls



Four St. Catharine's East Teams Win in County Finals!

South Orangetown dominated the East with St. Catharine's and OLSH winning 6 out of the 12 divisions! Click on team names below for their brackets, dates and locations as these teams compete throughout the state (The R represents the Rockland winner on the brackets)!


St. Catharine White - 3rd Grade Boys (O'Connor)

St. Catharine White - 5th Grade Girls (Piccione)

St. Catharine White - 6th Grade Girls (Clancy)

St. Catharine Red - 7th Grade Boys (Mangini/Berrigan)






Adult Men's Pick-up Games

Every Thursday Night at 9:30 PM

St. Catharine's Gym

e-mail Mitch Weissberg for details at


Thank You For Your Support! 

As a result of past fundraising events and generous donations we have been able to make substantial improvements to our gym. In addition to our refinished floor, this year we’ve added a new scoreboard, player benches and a soon to arrive scorers table all customized with our colors and logo. I would like to specifically recognize STACK Sports in Mahwah NJ who made a substantial donation; we have their banner/link visible on our website.

Thank you all for your past and continued support of our fundraising efforts. Your participation and the character of our families place St. Catharine's among the top CYO programs (and facilities) in the region! 




CYO athletic competition is a means of training young people to enjoy healthful sports. 
The goal is to help CYO players learn to respect opponents, officials and spectators.

     CYO Athletic Code

  • To emphasize the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play
  • To ensure the safety of all participants
  • To stress the values derived from being fair
  • To show cordial courtesy to opponents and officials
  • To establish a happy relationship between visitors and hosts
  • To respect the integrity and judgment of officials
  • To achieve a thorough understanding and acceptance of the rules and standards of eligibility
  • To encourage leadership, use of initiative, and good judgment by the players
  • To recognize the purpose of competition is to promote the physical, mental, moral, social and emotional well-being of the players
  • To remember that a contest is only an activity, not a matter of life and death for player, coach, school, parish, official and fan.