Catholic Youth Organization athletics have been a part of Catholic schools for a very long time. Our philosophy is to be inclusive of everyone from the best athlete to the newest, beginning athlete. Our volunteer coaches are always excited to work with the children to teach them the sport, create great team cohesion and develop within each child a desire to be the best Christian athlete/person he or she can be. As you can imagine this takes incredible patience and hard work on their part. Your support as a parent to help our children learn that winning and losing are just part of the athletic adventure. The most important aspects in CYO athletics are being a great teammate, being a respectful and graceful opponent and becoming the best person you can be.
Our 5th/6th and 7th/8th grade teams, finished their seasons on April 21st and 22nd. They participated in the round robin tournaments and had a tremendous amount of fun. They each won some games and lost some games. A big thank you to their coaches, Tami and Todd Steel from the 8th grade team and Addy Jasper and Megan Kosmos from the 6th grade team. The coaches and our whole community are proud of all of the volleyball players this spring.
Be on the look out for cross country announcements in May. Registration will open sometime after mid-May. Stay running!
If you have any questions, please contact our athletic director via email email@example.com.
Pierce County CYO does not offer track. If we put together teams, we will have to travel to Seattle to compete. We have had school children participate in the track program through All Saints and St. Vincents. We have had several groups look at the baseball programs.
If you have interest in starting a team, please contact the athletic director and we can look into these matters.