Monroe Area CYO: St. Mary Parish
The CYO organization offers the opportunity for boys and girls to learn the basics of football, softball, soccer and cheerleading. Additionally, life skills such as teamwork, Catholic identity, goal setting and sportsmanship are valued assets that CYO participants take with them into adulthood. As a participating St. Mary’s Parish Member your son or daughter is eligible to take part in this elite program.
Boys in 4th to 8th grade are eligible to play football. Boys and girls 5th to 8th grade are eligible to play soccer. Girls 5th to 8th grade are eligible to play volleyball or cheerleading. If your son or daughter is interested, registration forms can be found below. If you have any questions please contact Cliff Jackson Jr. at email@example.com
Do you enjoy sports? Do you enjoying teaching? Do you enjoy helping boys and girls develop self-confidence? Have you ever wondered thought that your ministry could be coaching football, volleyball or soccer? The CYO program is a great place to share your talents and interests. We are looking for coaches for boys football, girls volleyball and coed soccer and girls cheerleading.
For planning purposes, Coach Candidate Forms should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any questions please fill out the form below.
Download the files below to complete and send back to Todd Costlow.
God, Let me play well but fairly,
Help me to learn something that matters
once the game is over.
Let competition make me strong
but never hostile.
Always let me help my opponent up.
Never catch me rejoicing in the
adversity of others.
If I know victory, allow me to be happy;
if I am denied, keep me from envy.
Remind me that sports are just games.
If through athletics I set an example,
let it be a good one.
Prayer of the Sportsman
Dear Lord, in the battle that goes
on through life,
I ask but a field that is fair,
A chance that is equal with all in the strife,
The courage to strive and to dare.
If I should win, let it be by the code,
With my faith and my honor held high.
If I should lose, let me stand by the road
And cheer as the winners go by.