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  • CYO Track and Field on site registrations will be at Holy Rosary School Gym starting Saturday January 20'th from 9 am-12 pm
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St. Anne's Track team coming soon
01/03/2018
Dear CYO Families:   2018 CYO Track and Field is coming...
In The Words of Our Leaders...
03/19/2014
Sport, because of the wholesome elements it gives value to and...
 
St. Anne's Track team coming soon

Dear CYO Families:

 

2018 CYO Track and Field is coming this Spring. Holy Rosary CYO has invited St. Anne's CYO boys and girls 2nd through 8th grade. We will be practicing with St. Anthony (Oakley), Immaculate Heart (Brentwood) and Holy Rosary (Antioch) at Freedom High School.

 

On site registrations will be held at Holy Rosary Parish Center/Gym 25 East 15th Street-Antioch.

 

Registration dates are as follows:

Saturday - January 20th - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (noon)
Tuesday - January 23rd - 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday - February 3rd - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (noon)

 

Registration Fee: $95.00
 

Late Registration Fee of $25.00 will apply after above dates

 

Practices are Tuesday-Thursday 6-7 pm at Freedom High School starting February 20.

4 practice meets and 1 relay meet & Qualifying Meet. Top 3 advance from the qualifying meet to Sectionals.

Meets will be held at DVC, Ygnacio Valley High School, Granada, Daugherty Valley HIgh School and College Park. 1'st Meet on March 17.

For More Information e-mail HolyRosarySports@yahoo.com


by posted 01/03/2018
In The Words of Our Leaders...



Sport, because of the wholesome elements it gives value to and exalts, may become more and more a vital instrument for the moral and spiritual elevation of the human person and therefore contribute to the construction of an orderly, peaceful and hardworking society.

"The Church approves and encourages sports seeing in it a form of gymnastics of the body and of the spirit, a training for social relations based on respect for others and for one's own person and an element of social cohesion which also fosters friendly relations..."

-- Blessed Pope John Paul II

"...sport, practiced with passion and ethical sense, in addition to exercising a healthy competative spirit, becomes a school to learn and deepen human and Christian values."

-- Pope Benedict XVI


by posted 03/19/2014

Purpose of CYO Sports

Every athletic competitor exercises every kind of self-discipline - they to win a perishable crown, but we an imperishable one.
(I Corinthians 9:15)
 
A diocese or a parish sponsors a Catholic Youth Organization as one dimension of its total ministry to youth. Athletic programs can help young people toward imperishable crowns as well as perishable ones. A parish CYO program justifies its existence and the sacrifice and expense it entails only if it allows young people to practice Christian attitudes and responsibilities.
 
In CYO programs, emphasis rests not on the number of games won or lost, but on the participants' attitude in victory or defeat. Learning how to lose is just as important as learning how to win. Learning how to win graciously is more important than winning itself.
 
CYO programs serve the needs of all youth. They enable the gifted to excel, the less gifted to participate and improve. "Star" athletes and teams do not receive exclusive attention.
 
Principles of fair play and sportsmanship must govern every game. Dishonesty has no place in CYO competition. CYO competitors must not borrow from professional sports questionable techniques for winning at any cost.
 
All participants should have the respect of others on their own team and the opposing team. Competitors should regard the opposition as friends, not enemies.
 
CYO participants should have a spirit of loyalty to CYO ideals, to parish, to coach, and to the team. They should learn patience with and tolerance of those of less ability. They should feel grateful to all who make the CYO program happen. Speech and actions should reflect Christian values.
 
At times, during the heat of competition, a participant may temporarily forget some rule of conduct. Prompt correction can turn even failures into learning experiences.
 
Ultimate responsibility for the success of CYO programs lies with the volunteer adult participant. Adults involved in CYO must remember that the program exists for the Christian growth of young people. Conduct of adults must always model Christian values and virtues. When adults forget the primary focus of CYO, the program becomes destructive. When adults remain faithful to the Christian ideals of CYO, they exercise a unique and rewarding ministry to the young with whom they come in contact.
            
"Run to win," St. Paul advises (I Cor. 9:24). In CYO athletics, all who compete can win, if they run to win the real prize; closer union with Jesus Christ.