CYO & Rec Registration

On-line Registration Now Open - Deadline is Sept 5th  

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St. Catharine’s Youth Basketball Program

 

CYO & Rec Leagues

Our basketball programs are open to boys and girls in grade 3-8 who are enrolled in our Parish Religious Ed Program. By Archdiocesan rule, non-parishioners who live within the boundaries of St Catharine's (generally Blauvelt & Orangeburg), are also eligible to participate in our CYO program, but only if there is roster space at the grade level in question. Our REC program (Intramural, Saturday games) is open to non-parishioners with no residency requirements, provided we have roster space available.

 

On-line Registration 2018-2019 Season

(Open until Sept 5th)

We have opened our first online registration which will run through Wed, 9/5/18. The program allows for multiple players to be signed up for Rec, CYO or both. All parishioners must be registered in the parish and provide your parish registration number in order to proceed with CYO registration. If necessary, parish registration may be accomplished by contacting the rectory at 845-359-0542. All players are expected to be students in good standing in PREP as well as attend mass on a weekly basis. Payment may be made by credit card or if you prefer by check or cash. Payment must be rec'd in a timely manner to be fully registered. Uniforms are included as part of the registration.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at pagnani@ourcyo.org

 

Click the link below to begin registration:

 

https://forms.parishgiving.org/form-4066216/


Adult Men's Pick-up Games

Every Thursday Night at 9:30 PM

St. Catharine's Gym

e-mail Mitch Weissberg for details at mitchkrup@yahoo.com


 


CYO CODE OF ETHICS
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.