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Saints Alumni Parochial School Basketball Tourney 2020
2/28/2020 - 3/18/2020
Saint Augustine High School Gymnasium San Diego CA

You will find tournament details at 

https://www.r2sports.com/tourney/Login.asp?TID=32092

 

 


PLEASE CHECK THE JV AND VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER SCHEDULES.

 

MARCH 1ST VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER PLAYOFFS AT CCHS IN MANCHESTER STADIUM, FIRST GAME IS 1PM.

 

MARCH 7TH JV GIRLS SOCCER PLAYOFFS AT OLG, FIRST GAME IS 8:30AM.


Cathedral Catholic Spring Track Meet

                    DATE:             March 14th

                    LOCATION:  Cathedral Catholic High School

                                  5555 Del Mar Heights Rd, San Diego, CA 92130

                     TIME:           (GRADES K-4 - MORNING SESSION

                                                        (GRADES 5-8  - EARLY AFTERNOON

                                                              

                                                             

                         

The order of events is listed below, time schedule is approximate. Maximum of four events per person (including relays).

 

MORNING SESSION (K-4)

Running Events

There is no set time schedule, the next event begins when the previous event ends. Athletes must run with their grade level.  Girls run first followed by boys. Ribbons given after each heat, no finals).

50(K-2)/100(3-4)   run simultaneously on opposite sides of track

4x50 Shuttle Relay  K(G)  K(B)  1(G)  1(B)  2(G)   2(B)  *each school is allowed one team per division

 4x100 Relay             3-4(G), 3-4(B) - (teams may use both 3rd and 4th graders on same team)

400(K-2)                # of races determined by size of field

800(3-4)                # of races determined by size of field

100(K-2)                # of races determined by size of field

200(3-4)                 # of races determined by size of field         

Field Events 

Start times are approximate, athletes must be ready if event starts early.

Javelin (Grades 3-4 Girls)          *2 throws per athlete

Javelin (Grades 3-4 Boys)         *2 throws per athlete

Long Jump (3-4 Boys)                *2 jumps per athlete

Long Jump (3-4 Girls)                *2 jumps per athlete

 

EARLY AFTERNOON SESSION (grades 5-8)

Divisions: 5-6(Boys), 7-8(Boys), 5-6(Girls), 7-8(Girls)

Points: 1st- 5, 2nd- 3, 3rd- 1

Running Events

There is no set time schedule, the next event begins when the previous event ends.  Athletes must run with their grade level.  (Girls run first followed by boys)

4x100/4x400 Relays combine two grade levels

4x100 Relay             5-6(G), 5-6(B), 7-8(G), 7-8(B)    *each school is allowed (2) teams per division, but only (1) team can score.

400(5-8) – Heats      no finals, ribbons given after each heat

100(5-8) – Heats      no finals, ribbons given after each heat

1600(5-8)                  # of races determined by size of field

4x400 Relay              5-6(G), 5-6(B), 7-8(G), 7-8(B)  *each school is allowed one team per division. 

Field Events

Start times are approximate, athletes must be ready if event starts early. (5-8 Girls and 5-6 Boys use 6lb shot, 7-8 Boys use 4K shot).

High Jump (Grade 7 Girls)            *3’6” starting height

High Jump (Grade 8 Girls)            *3’6” starting height

High Jump (Grade 7 Boys)            *3’6” starting height

High Jump (Grade 8 Boys)            *3’6” starting height

High Jump (Grade 5 Girls)            *3’0” starting height

High Jump (Grade 6 Girls)             *3’0” starting height

High Jump (Grade 5 Boys)           *3’0” starting height

High Jump (Grade 6 Boys)           *3’0” starting height

Shot Put (Grade 5 Girls)               *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 6 Girls)               *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 5 Boys)              *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 6 Boys)              *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 7 Girls)               *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 8 Girls)               *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 7 Boys)               *3 throws per athlete

Shot Put (Grade 8 Boys)               *3 throws per athlete

Long Jump (5-6 Girls)                   *3 jumps per athlete

Long Jump (5-6 Boys)                  *3 jumps per athlete

Long Jump (7-8 Girls)                   *3 jumps per athlete

Long Jump (7-8 Boys)                   *3 jumps per athlete


THE PRAYER OUR COACHES WILL LEAD OUR ATHLETES IN BEFORE GAMES

 

 

God our Father, help us to put forth our best effort, to represent our school with class, to respect our opponents, and to grow as disciples of your Son, Jesus. 

 

Keep us safe from injury and harm through the intercession of Our Lady, the mother of your Son and our mother, too. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. 

 

Amen


                                                      

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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.


"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.