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CATHOLIC SPORTS LEAGUE NEWS & NOTES

 

                                                                           

         CCHS County Championship Track Meet Results

                             5-8 Boys and Girls

5th/6th Boys


1.  St. Patricks
2.  Madeleine


5th/6th Girls

1.  St. Patrick's
2.  St. Michael's


7th/8th Boys

1.  St. Patrick's
2.  St. Martin of Tours

7th/8th Girls

1.  St. Patrick's

2.  Madeleine


GIRLS SOCCER PLAYOFFS

 

VARSITY GIRLS PLAYOFFS

GAME 1-    #4 HOLY TRINITY   (1) VS   #1 ST. VINCENT DE PAUL  (5)

game 2 - #3 OLG (2) vs. #2 ST. MARTIN OF TOURS (0)

Championship - #3 OLG (0) vs.  #1 ST. VINCENT DE PAUL(4)

 

 JV GIRLS PLAYOFFS

game 1 - #4 MADELEINE WHITE (0) vs. #1 OLG(6)

game 2 - #3 ST. MARTIN OF TOURS (6) vs. #2 ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS (1)

Championship - #3 ST. MARTIN OF TOURS (1) vs. #1 OLG (1)

OLG WINS 4-2 ON PENALTIES

 


THE START OF THE SPRING SPORTS SEASON FOR GIRLS PEE WEE BASKETBALL, BOYS PEE WEE BASKETBALL, BOYS JV SOCCER AND BOYS VARSITY SOCCER WILL BEGIN ON SATURDAY MARCH 16TH.

 

THE START OF THE SPRING SPORTS SEASON FOR GIRLS JV BASKETBALL AND GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL WILL BEGIN ON SATURDAY MARCH 23RD.  

 

PLEASE CHECK THE SCHEDULES TO SEE YOUR TEAMS GAME TIMES


   

The St. Augustine Alumni Association is pleased to announce its 65th Annual Parochial Basketball Championships of San Diego County. The Tournament will begin Saturday, March 9th. All Catholic elementary schools may enter one Varsity and one Junior Varsity Team.

You will find tournament details at http://www.r2sports.com/website/event-website.asp?TID=30479

 


PARKING/FACILITY GUIDELINES - ALL FAMILIES NEED TO BE RESPECTFUL OF THE FACILITIES IN WHICH OUR LEAGUE USES FOR GAMES.   PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF ALL FACILITY GUIDELINES LISTED BELOW...

- PARK IN MARKED STALLS ONLY, VIOLATORS WILL BE TOWED.

- COACHES, PLAYERS & FANS NEED TO PICK UP ALL TRASH & EQUIPMENT AFTER EACH GAME.

- CHILDREN MUST BE MONITORED AT ALL TIMES.   

- BE MINDFUL OF THE SETTING, DO NOT ENTER 'OFF LIMIT AREAS

- NO SPORTS DRINKS OR FOOD INSIDE GYMS, ONLY WATER

- DO NOT BRING ANY PETS TO GAMES.

- NO SKATEBOARDS OR SCOOTERS.    

The Catholic Sports League is very fortunate to be able to play our games at different Catholic schools around town.  In order to continue to play at these venues, all teams must do a better job with the cleanup after the games.  Please make sure that your school takes away all trash (water bottles, wrappers, towels and anything else) after each game.  This includes all family members watching the games.


                                                      

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           CATHOLIC SPORTS CAMP 2019

A great way to kick off your child's summer! Open to all kids pre-K thru 8th grade... plenty of fun for everyone. Track, soccer, basketball, football, volleyball, kickball, handball, movies, crafts, water games, board games and plenty more. Find all the details at WWW.CATHOLICSPORTSCAMP.COM. Fun and games for your children, all in a Catholic setting!

 

FULL DAY CAMP (8:30-3:00) DATES & LOCATION 

Week #1 (6/10 to 6/14) @  St Augustine High School

Week #2 (6/17 to 6/21) St Augustine High School


"Sport, properly directed, develops character, makes a man courageous, a generous loser, and a gracious victor; it refines the senses, gives intellectual penetration, and steels the will to endurance. It is not merely a physical development then. Sport, rightly understood, is an occupation of the whole man, and while perfecting the body as an instrument of the mind, it also makes the mind itself a more refined instrument for the search and communication of truth and helps man to achieve that end to which all others must be subservient, the service and praise of his Creator."

– Pope Pius XII,
Sport at the Service of the Spirit
July 29, 1945


MINISTRY OF COACHING
While all schools demand that student-athletes represent themselves, their family and friends as well as the school in an appropriate manner, it is always a good idea to make sure we (the adults) check ourselves, and the parents attending the game, to make sure we are all leading by example.  All coaches have different styles, but when conflict arises, we all must all handle it in a calm, consistent manner.  The ministry of coaching involves protecting the joyful dimension of sports as competitive play and the educational dimension of sports as fostering children's physical, social, moral, and spiritual development.