DeRosa, Garcia Triumph

Joseph DeRosa fired a 42 to capture the boys individual title and lead St. Patrick’s to the School/Parish Team Championship at the Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior Golf Tournament held at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island.

Lauren Neuhaus, Frank Bruno, Colin Last and Jake Morri joined DeRosa on St. Patrick’s winning team.

Abigail Garcia of Sacred Heart shot a 35 to capture the girls championship.

PHOTO COURTESY OF CYO STATEN ISLAND

Westchester Putnam CYO Golf

Westchester Putnam CYO Junior Golf Outing
At Pleasantville Country Club
5-6 Grades:
Conor Carty 46, Joseph Bangali 48, Liam Uhrlass 53, Johanna Hough 57.
7-8 Grades: Matthew Clyman 45, John Canale 48, Tyler Challice 49, Cade Gilligan 52, Dylan McCarthy 54.
High school:  Sarah Brannigan 43, John McCarthy 44,  Quinn Baelis 47, Devin Riebe 53, Ethan Berger 54, Jack Murphy 54, Shane Horigan 57, Ryan Horigan 67.

Westchester Putnam Tee Times

Here are the tee times for the Westchester Putnam CYO Junior Golf Tournament which takes place Monday at Pleasantville Country Club:

Fifth and Sixth Grade

11 a.m.: Joseph Bangali, 5, Columbus Elementary, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Johanna Hough, 5, Croton Harmon Public School, Holy Name of Mary; David Masterson, 6, Pearl River MS,  St. Aedan’s.

Seventh and Eighth Grade

11:10 a.m.: Dylan Blaney, 7, Pleasantville Middle School, Holy Innocents;   Matthew Clyman, 7, Lakeland Copper Beach, Seton; Conor Carty, 5, Patricia De Chario,  St Barnabas;  Liam Uhrlass, 5, The Chapel School, Saint Joseph’s Bronxville. 11:20 a.m.: Dylan McCarthy, 7, Pleasantville MS, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; John Canale, 8, Annunciation School, Annunciation-Our Lady Of Fatima; Tyler Challice, 8, Pleasantville Middle School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Cade Gilligan, 8, The Harvey School, Saints John and Paul.

High School

11:30 a.m.: Ethan Berger, 9, Pleasantville High School, N/A; Ryan Horigan, 9, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Shane Horigan, 9, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville. 11:40 a.m.: Quinn Baelis, 10, Archbishop Stepinac,  Saint Augustines, Ossining; John McCarthy, 11, Pleasantville High School, Holy Innocents‐Pleasantville; Sarah Brannigan, 9, Saint Barnabas High School, Saint Paul the Apostle; Devin Riebe, 9, New Rochelle High School, St Pius X.

Registration Starts for Golf Event

CYO Staten Island will hold its annual Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Memorial CYO Grammar School Junior Golf Tournament on Monday, June 28 at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island.

Tee times start at noon.

The nine-hole tournament is open for boys and girls in grades six, seven and eight with exceptions being made for fifth graders if a school’s coordinator feels they can make the team. There is a $40 participant fee due by June 11.

Click here to learn more and register.

CYO Adding Outdoor Sports in April

CYO New York will begin outdoor sports activities in April after having its fall and winter sports cancelled due the Covid-19 pandemic.

CYO New York will offer spring/summer basketball, basketball clinics, cheerleading, track and field, baseball, softball and golf.

“This has been and continues to be a difficult year for thousands of youth who play CYO sports,” said CYO Director Seth Peloso in his letter on the CYO website. “We understand the loss this has been. We thank everyone for their patience and cooperation. We do look forward to re-starting some in-person programming this spring in accord with applicable
public health protocols and regulations.”

Peloso added: “School gyms continue to be used for classes in order to maintain proper social distancing and will
not be available for CYO sports for the remainder of the academic year.”

CYONY Planning for Spring Activities

CYO New York Director Seth Peloso announced in a letter on the CYO New York website that the program is planning outdoor activities for the spring that include track and field, outdoor basketball, cheerleading, baseball/softball and golf.

All indoor activities remain suspended until further notice.

“In the coming weeks, additional planning information and protocols will be shared among CYO parish/school coordinators,” Peloso said in the letter. “We remind everyone that any programming offered will meet all state, city and local health requirements and will look different than our traditional programming pre-COVID. We thank everyone in advance for their patience and cooperation as we move out of the winter months and into the new growth and opportunity that spring will bring.”

Lamantia, Garcia Win Golf Event

James Lamantia and Abby Garcia were the overall boys and girls winners of the annual Theodore A. Atlas CYO Junior Golf Tournament at Silver Creek Golf Course on Staten Island Sept. 3.

The tournament took place after being postponed in June due to COVID-19. It was the first sporting event hosted by Staten Island CYO since March.

Click here to read more about the tournament.

Tee Times for Dr. Atlas Tournament

Here are the tee times for Thursday’s Dr. Theodore Atlas CYO Junior Golf Tournament at Silver Lake Golf Course on Staten Island:

10:00 a.m.: Isabella Sheikowitz, St. Joseph Hill Academy; Sienne Andersen, Our Lady Star of the Sea; Abigail Garcia, Sacred Heart. 10:10: Soren Andersen, Our Lady Star of the Sea; Michael Hui, IS 34; Luke O’Brien, Genesis; 10:20: Matthew Sheikowitz, St. Joseph Hill Academy; Michael Avallone, IS 7; Angelo Divencenzi, Blessed Sacrament School. 10:30: Euchang Kim, PS 4; Andrew Biscoho, IS 34; Joseph Schaaff, Blessed Sacrament School. 10:40: Sean Bailey, IS 34; Eugene Kim, IS 75; Marco Devincenzi, Blessed Sacrament School; Matthew Mistretta, St. Joseph Hill Academy. 10:50: Michael Molina, St. Joseph Hill Academy; Jack Minogue, Blessed Sacrament School; James Lamantia, IS 34; Joseph Derosa, IS 24.

CYO Golf Instruction

Ulster County CYO and Green Acres Golf Course are sponsoring CYO golf instruction with PGA Golf Pro John Magaletta as part of the Hook  A Kid on Golf program.

Golf instruction is scheduled for July 22-26, 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Green Acres in Kingston. The program, limited to the first eight registered golfers per session, is for children ages 10-16 with some golfing experience, but children under 10 may be permitted to participate following a skills evaluation.

Click here for more information and to register.