My heart was warmed by Rhonda’s description of the unique spiritual atmosphere at Camp Howard and how that atmosphere creates such a special experience for campers. Rhonda ‘s daughter has loved every minute of her CYO Volleyball experience. Rhonda has cheered for the team and volunteered to run the scoreboard at her games.
Thank you Rhonda and all of the amazing CYO and Camp Howard volunteers and supporters! You make great memories possible for our youth.
Please check out Rhonda’s interview with VYO recently:
Announcing Galen Rupp – 2019 Champions of Faith Keynote Speaker
I am thrilled to announce that Galen Rupp will be our Keynote speaker for our October 15th Champions of Faith Benefit Dinner. We are so proud that Galen got his start in CYO Track & Field. It has been amazing to observe his incredible running career and I can’t wait for him to share his personal story with all of us.
Please mark your calendars for Tuesday October 15th. Your presence at our 2019 Champions of Faith Dinner will make a difference in the lives of our youth!
Check out our Mater Dei Radio interview announcing Galen Rupp and our wonderful dinner chairs: Tim & Gina O’Neill.
Game Highlights: Two great teams with very developedskills. We will see several of these girls on future area high school teams. All Saints had the edge with their height and depth. Valley Catholic however, kept them on the ropes the entire game. Great job to both teams!
November 17, 2018 CYO Seventh Grade Girls Spike Championships
2018 CYO Champions CYO Volleyball Holy Trinity (Red and Black), Coach: Anh Khoa Nguyen, Zoe Nguyen, Players: Lauren, Chloe, Thanvi, Alicia,Mikayla, Kendra, Adrienne, Ericka, Lauren, Mackenzie, Evelyn
2018 Second Place CYO Championship Volleyball ValleyCatholic (Royal Blue), Coach: AngelicaArellano, Laura Kuhner & Keller Kuhner, Players: Katiya, Nisha, Sydney, Katie, Molly, Alondra, Nikitha, Mansi
Set 1: 25 – 23 Holy Trinity
Set 2: 25 – 21 Valley Catholic
Set 3: 15 – 10 Holy Trinity
Game Highlights: Two tight games to begin the contest with
each team splitting a game. In the third
and deciding game both teams showed moments of greatness yet Holy Trinity came
out to a 6-1 lead. Valley Catholic came
within one point with a score of 9 to 10.
Holy Trinity sealed the deal scoring 5 more points to Valley Catholic’s
1 point. A great game by both teams
Youth participation is up by nearly 150 participants for the first time in 10 years as CYO moves to implement a new design for youth football replacing Tackle with flag while dressed in full uniform.
This new formula is nothing new to CYO as the third and fourth grade program operated the same way for many years. Today 1st grade through 6th graders in the CYO program play a modified “no tackle” game with variations at each grade level.