Athletics

CYM Youth Sports

CYM will postpone the winter Basketball season until January 2, 2021.
Given the current environment and basketball’s classification as a high risk activity, CYM and the Diocese have decided on a later starting date, which will remain in effect provided that the current COVID environment does not get worse.    
 
Between now and the intended start date, the athletics office and sports coordinators will continue to work on winter sports guidelines and protocols, and revise plans as needed to comply with any new instructions from the Division of Public Health.  The Division of Public Health informed CYM that new sports guidelines will be available before Christmas.  

CYM does not have dates set for practices and games.  A specific schedule will be circulated to athletic associations as soon as reasonably possible.

Athletic Opportunities Grades K-8

A wide variety of athletic opportunities are available for Lower School students through the Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM) Program, which is sponsored by the St. E Athletic Association.
CYM sports opportunities are available for students, typically in grades 4 through 8.  An co-ed intramural program is also available for students grades K-3. 

Registration for CYM sports requires two steps. Individuals must register with
the Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM) as well as register with the St. Elizabeth Athletic Association.  
Visit the Athletic Association website for more information.

2020-2021 CYM Sports

Fall Sports
  • Girls & Boys Cross Country (3rd-8th Grade)
  • Football (4th-8th Grade)
  • Co-Ed Soccer (4th-8th Grade)
  • Girls Volleyball (4th-8th Grade)
Winter Sports
  • Girls & Boys Basketball (4th-8th Grade)
  • Co-Ed Intramural Basketball Program (K-3rd Grade)
Spring Sports
  • Girls & Boys Track and Field (3rd-8th Grade)
  • Softball (7th-8th Grade)
  • Baseball (7th-8th Grade)
Please visit www.stelizabethaa.com for more information.
Basketball registration is NOW open!
Deadline to register is December 5, 2020.
The Athletic Association of St. Elizabeth, together with the Office of Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM), coaches and parents, strives to provide the children of St. Elizabeth Parish with a positive sports experience. Participation in school sports can give a child a sense of belonging and help to promote self-esteem, as well as physical well being. The focusis on good sportsmanship, Christian values, school pride and spirit.