JCYO Sports

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NVJCYO SPORTS MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the NVJCYO is to organize sports programs for parish youth from various grades throughout the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. The NVJCYO is an important component of the comprehensive approach to youth ministry in the diocese. The programs administered by NVJCYO are meant to encourage healthy physical activity but also to play a significant role in the development of Catholic values in the youth of the Diocese. These activities should foster cooperation, respect, sportsmanship, responsibility, leadership, competitiveness, fairness, and courtesy.

To learn more about our various CYO Sports programs, please see below. For specific questions or requests please contact our CYO Sports Coordinator, Dennis Smolak, at DSMOL@aol.com or 703-503-5397.

 

Basketball – REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN FOR 6TH GRADE BOYS AND 3RD GRADE BOYS AND GIRLS ONLY!!

Additional players for other teams will be accepted if space allows.  Send an email communication to program coordinator, Chuck Woods, at jcwoods2@verizon.net, if you want your child to be placed on a waiting list for a second team.

Registration is currently OPEN.  If you have any questions please contact Mr. Chuck Woods. Please register and pay online via the link at the top of this page by selecting basketball for the correct pricing.  The cost of registration is $145 per student through October 15.  After that date the registration fee is $170.  Late registration, after October 15, 2017, will be accepted on a case by case basis.  If space is NOT available a refund of Fees will be made.  The Medical participation combined form and the code of conduct form are to be printed, signed, and given to the coach at the first practice.

Forms:

Basketball Registration Form 2017-18

CODE OF CONDUCT Basketball

Medical-Participant Combined_Form

PARENT INFORMATION 2017-18

Student Accident Report

Basketball Coordinator:  Chuck Woods, 7513 Long Pine Drive Springfield, VA  22151,  703-644-4548,  jcwoods2@verizon.net

 

Cheerleading – 2017 Registration is OPEN!

Registration is Open for the 2017-2018 season!  The registration fee for the 2017-2018 season is $125.  The cost of late registration is $150.  Late registration, after October 15, 2017, will be done on a case by case basis.  Please register and pay online via the link at the top of this page by selecting Cheerleading for the correct pricing.  The Medical participation combined form is to be printed, signed, and given to the coach at the first practice.  Any questions should be directed to the cheerleading coordinator.

Forms:

Cheerleading Registration 2017-18

Medical-Participant_Combined_Form

Student Accident Report

Cheerleading Coordinator: Veronica Doran, 8800 Braddock Road Annandale, VA 22003, 703-978-7117,  jvdoran@verizon.net

 

Girls Volleyball – Is CLOSED.  Thank you for your support!

NOTE – Late Registration will be accepted upon approval of the Coach, on a case-by-case basis.

JCYO Volleyball registration for the Spring 2017 season is CLOSED.  Late registration will be accepted with coaches approval.  This year we have 4 teams, one 3/4 team, two 5/6 teams, and one 7/8 team).  Matches begin April 08/09 and run through June 10/11.  Registration Fee is $110/student.  Please contact Dennis Smolak if you have any questions at dsmol@aol.com or (703)503-5397.

Forms:

2016 Volleyball Schedule to be Added in Early April

Volleyball Registration Form 2017   (Please use Electronic Registration and Payment First starting Friday, Feb 17)

(New Rules for 2017 to be added in March)

Participant Agreement Please print, complete, and bring top first practice.

Medical Form Please print, complete, and bring top first practice.

Tennis – FALL – Registration is CLOSED.  Thanks for your support!

Tennis (Fall 2017) – is CLOSED.   Niza Simunyola will be the coordinator for the program.  Practice will be every Saturday 8-9:30AM at the Audrey Moore Wakefield Rec Center beginning September 09 through October 28 including Columbus Day Weekend. All competitive matches are on Sundays.   The first match is September 17.  The last match is October 29.  Registration will close on Friday, September 08.  Space is limited.

Registration is online at:

https://holyspiritchurch.us/ministries/youth/cyo-sports/cyo-registration/

Select “Register For a CYO Sport”.  Then select ‘FALL TENNIS under “JCYO Sport child is registering for” in the online registration page.  THE FEE IS $75.00/player.

Forms: We need one for each player – Medical Form, Participation Form, and Registration Form.  Medical Form and Participant Liability Release Form needs a parent signature.  A hard copy must be brought to the first practice.

Medical Form

Participant Liability Release Form

Tennis-Form-Fall-Program-2017Fall

Student Accident Report

Tennis Coordinator:  Niza Simunyola,  703-625-5295, nizatennis@nizatennis.com  or contact Dennis Smolak at 703-503-5397

 

Cross Country (Fall) (Registration is CLOSED).  Thanks for your support!

Registration is CLOSED!  We have a new head coach Mr. Gregory Gordon!!  The Holy Spirit Cross Country Team had three separate Cross Country Meets: Saturday, September 23rd at Ft. Hunt Park, Saturday October 21st at Laurel Hill Park, and Sunday November 5th at Burke Lake Park.  Please click on Cross Country Meet Information under ‘Forms’ for details.  All registration is online except for Medical Participant Combined Form and Participation Agreement both of which the player shall bring to the first practice.

Registration is online at:

https://holyspiritchurch.us/ministries/youth/cyo-sports/cyo-registration/

Please select  ‘CROSS COUNTRY’ under “JCYO Sport child is registering for” in the on-line registration page.

Forms:

Cross Country-Form-Fall-Program-2017

Medical-Participant_Combined_Form

Student Accident Report

NVJCYO XC Flyer (2017)

Cross Country Team Coordinator:

GREGORY GORDON, Holy Spirit School

ggordon@holyspiritflames.org, 703-978-7117

 

Spring Track Is Closed.   Thanks for your interest and support!

Registration is now closed.  The first day of the season will be Tuesday, March 7th. Practices will be held every Tuesday after school from 3:30-4:30 and the meet will be held on May 6th and 7th at Bishop Denis O’Connell High School in Arlington, VA.  Registration Form and Payment Online can be completed through the above link.  Please download the Medical Form, and Participation Agreement and bring them to the Coach at the first practice.  Parent volunteers need to fill out the Volunteer Agreement and provide to Coach Liz Menapace.

Forms:

NVJCYO TRACK RULES

Volunteer_Agreement

Medical Form

PARTICIPANT AGREEMENT

Student Accident Report

Track Team Coordinator:

GREGORY GORDON, Holy Spirit School

ggordon@holyspiritflames.org, 703-978-7117

 

Tennis – SPRING (Registration is CLOSED).   Thanks for participating!

Tennis (SPRING 2017) – is CLOSED.  We have a new coordinator – Niza Simunyola.  Practice will be every Saturday 8-9:30AM at the Audrey Moore Wakefield Rec Center beginning April 29 and run through Saturday, June 10.  This is an instructional program – no competitive matches.  Registration will close on Wednesday, April 26.  Space is limited.

Registration is online at:

https://holyspiritchurch.us/ministries/youth/cyo-sports/cyo-registration/

Please select ‘SPRING TENNIS’ under “JCYO Sport child is registering for” in the online registration page.  The FEE is $35.00!

Forms: We need one for each player – Medical Form, Participation Form, and Registration Form.  Medical Form and Participant Liability Release Form needs a parent signature.  A hard copy must be brought to the first practice.

Medical Form

Participant Liability Release Form

Tennis-Form-Fall-Program-2016Fall

Student Accident Report

Tennis Coordinator:  Niza Simunyola,  703-625-5295, nizatennis@nizatennis.com  or contact Dennis Smolak at 703-503-5397

 

 

Baseball

I am sad to announce that the baseball program has been discontinued do to low parish enrollment/interest throughout the Diocese.  This program had a 30 year run but due to changes in demographics and a focus from parents in enrolling their boys in select programs/travel teams (at very high cost) with the vague promise of a sports scholarship to an NCAA Division 1 school, the fun element of the sport has been lost.  One day, we may recover our perspective and let kids be kids again.  For those who participated, it was a fun time.  For those who are missing out on the fun, my condolences.

 

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