ALL CYO ACTIVITIES, SPORTING EVENTS
AND PRACTICES CANCELLED INDEFINITELY
After consultation with the leadership of the Catholic Schools and Youth Ministry, all CYO activities and all sporting events and practices have been cancelled indefinitely.
We are continuing to monitor the situation surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus). It is rapidly changing and we are closely following the advice of city, state and federal health officials We will keep you informed.
Welcome Ulster County
CYO Coordinators, Coaches, Parents, and Players
The mission of CYO is to provide the highest quality programs to our young people. We are committed to provide these programs based on integrity, fair play and the right of all individuals to participate. We view our responsibility as extending far beyond the mere teaching of athletic skills. Our programs offer the opportunity to develop moral standards in all of our young people.
Thank you all for being part of the CYO community. It is through the commitment, time and effort of our volunteers and participants that we are able to achieve the CYO mission. This new Ulster County CYO League website is sponsored by the NY Archdiocese Catholic Youth Organization with the intention of enhancing the CYO experience for all involved.
If you register for the Run/Walk or Bike event you will receive (1) entry into the raffle. If you register for the Virtual Duathlon you will receive (2) entries.
* Minimum 50 registrants required for Cash Raffle to occur
All participants will receive a custom Finisher's medal and certificate of completion for their event in the mail 2-3 weeks after the virtual event.
Proceeds of this online event will help to fund our programs in the community.
For questions or more info about the Duathlon, contact Walter Gaceta, Ulster CYO Coordinator at
Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan, and Ulster, as one of the human service agencies of Catholic Charities of The Archdiocese of New York, is committed to building a compassionate and just society. Catholic Charities serves the homeless, the hungry, the emotionally and physically handicapped, and immigrants, as well as the marginalized and vulnerable in our community. Catholic Charities collaborates with parishes, Catholic, and non-Catholic partners alike to help people of all religions who are in need. For more information, visit www.cccsos.org.