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Due to the limitations around gym time availability and the overall administration of our CYO Basketball Program, the Board has decided to cap the number of players in each grade division for the coming season. After much thought and discussion about the growth of the program over the last 5 years, the Board feels that a smaller, well run program gives a better overall experience for the players, coaches and parents involved. This will likely only affect the 3rd – 6th grade boys divisions, which have been the most impacted in recent years.
Registrations will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis, and any players above the cap will be placed on a waiting list.
Dates to Remember:
July 25th: Registration opens for all St. Perpetua School and Faith Formation students
Aug 1st: Registration opens for all players
Aug 24th: Registration closes for all players
Early September: Evaluations begin for all grades
If you are a new player to St Perpetua CYO Basketball, you will need to purchase a new uniform for $70.00 ($35 for shorts, $35 for jersey). If you are a returning player, you may use your same uniform or if needed, purchase either a jersey top, shorts, or both. Uniforms need to be ordered at the time of registration in order to ensure delivery by the start of the season. The uniforms will be distributed after teams are formed so that we can ensure there are no duplicate jersey numbers. Here’s the uniform link: https://stperpetua2016.itemorder.com
We are looking forward to a great CYO Basketball Season!
The St. Perpetua CYO Board
St. Perpetua’s CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) program is an inclusive organization supporting the parish community of Lafayette.
CYO provides opportunities for young people to develop strong moral character, self-esteem and leadership qualities through social, educational, recreational and athletic activities.
We are committed to providing a CYO program to help our youth realize their full potential.
Principles of fair play and sportsmanship must govern every game. All participants should have a healthy respect for their teammates, opponents, coaches and officials. We encourage patience and tolerance among coaches and parents when developing the athletic skills of young players.
Our speech and actions reflect our Christian values.