Registration is open until Oct. 15 for boys and girls in grades 3-8 who wish to play CYO basketball. (High school registration is coming soon)
CYO Basketball is open to boys and girls in grades 3-8, and boys and girls grades 9-12.
Practices or assessments will begin the week of Oct. 25. Practices will be once a week for 1 1/2 hours in our gym. The practice schedule will not be available until after registration closes. Coaches will contact their teams the week of Oct 18. Games are from December through March, generally on the weekends, and the Diocese of Cleveland CYO sets the schedules. Schedules will be available on the CYO website Nov. 24.
All participants must be parishioners of St. Francis Xavier and/or enrolled in St. Francis Xavier School.
Public school or homeschool students must be enrolled in and actively attending a Parish School of Religion program for a complete year.
Check under “Athlete Registration Requirements” at stfrancisxavierathletics.com for more eligibility requirements if you are not a registered St Francis Xavier Parishioner.
Sports participants are required to fill out an official CYO Pre-Participation form signed by a physician. The form must be good for 13 months and include the entire season. This form must be on file with the St Francis Xavier registrar BEFORE an athlete can practice or participate in this sport. Forms can be found at the link above.
All first-year sports participants must provide a copy of their birth certificate, which will permanently remain on file. Scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost to participate is $110 per athlete in grades 3-8.
COVID-19 protocols for this season:
- Masks required while entering and exiting the building.
- Hand washing and sanitizing encouraged.
- Coaches will be masked during all practices.
- Only coaches and athletes on the official roster will be allowed in our gym during practice.
- We will follow the Ohio Health Department quarantine and isolation flowchart found on our school website for all exposure or positive cases of COVID involving any of our athletes.