CYO Sports News - Sponsored by Little Flower and Our Lady Of Lourdes Parishes
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St. Benedict Spring Soccer
With the warm days last weekend, now is the time to be thinking of SPRING SOCCER!
Fresh air, Cool Breeze and Soggy Soccer Fields.
Spring Soccer is available for grades 1-8
Please complete the attached forms and return to the school office.
- Spring Soccer registration Form 2017 found Here
- CYO Contract (once a year with doctors signature)
- Concussion form (once a year)
- Emergency Medical Form (need one for every sport)
Any questions 419-531-1907 Maureen Bishop
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 3, 2017
- Emergency Medical Authorization Form 16-17 (EMA) – done for every Sport!
- CYO Contract Form 16-17 – only needed 1 time per year
- Ohio Department of Health Concussion Information
- Concussion Information Acknowledgement Form 16-17– only needed 1 time per year
Please return all completed forms and fees to the School Athletic Department by Deadline! Any questions 419-531-1907 Maureen Bishop
Sponsored by Little Flower and Our Lady of Lourdes Parishes, St. Benedict Catholic School fields teams are in all sports including: football, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, soccer, track and field, and cross-country.Boys and girls teams are formed in those sports, by grades, and compete in traditional Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) programs. For results and reports, look here on this web page to find information on teams, scores of important contests, and photos of St. Benedict athletes in action.Little Flower’s mascot name was “Flyers.” Our Lady of Lourdes players were the “Lions.” Members of St. Benedict teams are the “Flying Lions.”
Our website is also a resource for up to date information on sports, medical forms, registration forms and other helpful information. If you have additional questions, please call the school at 419.536.1194.
Students have plenty of activities to choose from, in addition to classroom work, liturgies, special projects, and sports. The school is offering these clubs this 2013-2014 school year and St. Benedict is open to suggestions to form other extra-curricular groups.
The goal of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts is to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities, educational programs.