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CYO Nights at Marist on 12/20 and 1/16: 

All CYO participants, their families and friends are invited to CYO Nights at Marist

Sunday, 12/20 when the Marist Men vs. St. Joseph at 7PM
Friday, 1/16 when the Marist Women vs. Canisius at 7 PM.

Players that wear their CYO t-shirts get in free.
Parents and friends can purchase regular priced tickets either that day
at the auxiliary gym or at www.goredfoxes.com.

Starting at 5 PM on both dates:

please arrive to sign-up for one of these events:
Dribble Knockout - 8 years old and under (max 24 kids),
Free Throw Contest - 9 to 11 years old (max 24 kids),
Hot Shot Contest - 12 to 14 years old (max 24 kids) or a
Game of Knockout during half-time - 9 years and up (max 20 kids).
Plaques will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place finishers in each event.

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REGISTRATION for 
2014-15 CYO Program is 
NOW CLOSED
-Let us know how you would like to Volunteer-

Sports Sign Up Link:   CLICK HERE    access your account




The Game/Practice Calendar will be updated as necessary
and is subject to change depending on conditions.

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Coaches, Players & Spectators

Any players, coaches or spectators who are not living up to the CYO Code of Ethics, will be subject to immediate suspension or expulsion from CYO competitions.

The home team is responsible for the conduct of the game, which includes the spectators. 

Both teams must  play the game respecting the rights of the opponent team.

Spectators must likewise extend this respect to the opponent’s spectators.


 CYO Athletic Code of Ethics

CYO athletic competition is a means of training young people to enjoy healthful sports but with the end, that win or lose, they learn to respect opponents, officials, and spectators.
It is important that all concerned with the CYO athletic program follow this code:

• To emphasize the proper ideals of sportsmanship, ethical conduct and fair play.
• 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 through understanding and acceptance of the rules and standards of eligibility.
• To encourage leadership, use of initiative and good judgment by the players.
• To recognize that the purpose of competition is to promote the physical, mental, social and emotional well-being of the players.
• To remember that a contest is only an activity and not a matter of life or death for player, coach, school, parish, official and fan


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Program Fees are: 

Tots                     K-2nd grade          $  70 ($55 for Parishioners)
All other levels     2–9th grade           $110 ($95 for Parishioners)

Maximum Family Fee:  $200
Register Early -- $15 Late Fee will be effective after October 22.
We anticipate the season to begin early November.