CYO Cross Country, Bowling Registration Open on Staten Island

Registration is open for CYO Staten Island cross country and bowling seasons this fall.

The cross country season begins Saturday, Sept. 25, and meets will be held at Clove Lakes and on the grounds of Mount Loretto. Contact Bob Smith at terrier72@aol.com or cyotrack@cc-si.org for more information.

Bowling will be offered on Monday, beginning Oct. 18 and continuing for nine weeks at Rab’s Country Lanes. Bowlers will compete in one of three divisions: kindergarten through second grade, third through sixth grade, and seventh and eighth grade. Visit http://www.sicyo.net/ to register and for more information.

NYSPHSAA Delays Start of Winter Season for High-Risk Sports

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced it is delaying the start of high-risk winter sports–basketball, hockey, competitive cheer and wrestling–to Jan. 4.

Our Lady of Lourdes, Albertus Magnus, John S. Burke and The Ursuline School are Catholic schools from the archdiocese competing in the NYSPHSAA.

“The NYSPHSAA membership has expressed concerns pertaining to the increase in infection rates,” said Dr. Robert Zayas, NYSPHSAA executive director, in a release from the NYSPHSAA. “Minimizing risk and exposure to COVID-19 is a top priority of the association.  We continue to make these types of decisions based upon readily available information and communication with state officials.”

Low- and moderate-risk winter sports–gymnastics, indoor track, skiing, swimming and diving, and bowling–will be allowed to start practice Nov. 30. Competitive games and meets may begin once the student-athletes have participated in the required number of practices.

NYSPHSAA Cancels Playoffs

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has cancelled the remainder of its winter sports state tournaments, the NYSPHSAA announced Monday.

The NYSPHSAA was in the middle of state regional tournaments for boys and girls basketball, state semifinals for ice hockey and boys and girls bowling state tournaments.

The Ursuline School won the Section 1 Class AA championship, and was scheduled to play Monroe-Woodbury in a state regional semifinal when the playoffs were suspended.

CYO Bowling Back on Staten Island

Registration is underway for the 2019 winter bowling season on Staten Island that begins Jan. 8 at Rab’s Country Lanes.

Bowlers will represent their parish/school each Tuesday at 4 p.m. for nine weeks at the bowling center. The bowling divisions will be done by grade — kindergarten through second grade, third and fourth grades, fifth and sixth grades, and seventh and eighth grades.

The $120 registration fee includes the nine weeks of bowling, use of Rab’s Country Lanes bowling shoes and bowling balls, and a team jersey for each bowler.

Click here to register and learn more about the league.

 

CYO Bowling Starting April 10

Registration is still open for interested bowlers on Staten Island for the 2018 spring season.

The season begins April 10 at 4 p.m. at Rab’s Country Lanes on Staten Island.

The season runs for nine weeks and matches up bowlers from the Staten Island parishes. The divisions are K-2, grades 3-4, grades 5-6, grades 7-8 and high school.

Cost is $120 per bowler in K-8 and $130 for high school bowlers.

Click here to register and learn more about the league.