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CYO Winter Sports Registrations

posted Sep 29, 2012, 7:57 PM by Matt Deviney   [ updated Sep 30, 2012, 5:19 PM ]

Basketball, Cheerleading, Kitchen Kapers!!!! Wait a minute…we are still playing football, fall baseball, volleyball and soccer. When does the dropping off and picking up of our children end!??!! You guessed it…when they get their drivers license!!


Winter Sports Registrations

Unlike our local youth sports programs, who have sign-ups a year in advance, we have officially opened winter sports registrations and will have sign-ups on Oct 1st and Oct. 15th at the school cafeteria. Please keep in mind that you may sign-up at any point. You can do so by either joining us on Oct. 1st and 15th or handing the forms into the school office prior to the start of the season. A new option will be signing-up on-line. Keep in mind the on-line option will still require an additional step of having you print off the Code of Conduct form and have it signed by the Student, Parent and Teacher. 


Immaculate Conception CYO Sport Activities (2012-2013)


Kitchen Kapers (Berks County CYO competition set for Nov. 3rd at St. Ignatius)

A great way to showcase a prized cooking recipe. If you are a 6th, 7th or 8th grader and have a passion for a certain recipe, join in on the fun and submit your creation. Of course, the true prize is the sampling of other creations! More to come on our school’s competition that will be held toward the end of October.


Girls Volleyball

Volleyball is now front and center. The team has been working hard under the leadership of Jim Dlhopolsky. Please view the IC CYO calendar on our website and support the volleyball team!


Our goal in the Immaculate Conception CYO program is to provide opportunities for youth to grow in faith and understanding of their Church through involvement in parish, regional, and Archdiocesan life and ultimately to enable and empower youth to become responsible participants in their faith community. Our intention in CYO Athletics is that the experiences, learning and lasting memories of our sports program go beyond the court, field, gym or track. 

"Sport...contributes to the love of life, teaches sacrifice, respect and responsibility, leading to the full development of every human person..."  Pope John Paul II

We are asking that each of us, as volunteers, parents and coaches work to deepen our understanding and application of the Immaculate Conception mission and philosophy so that our youth can reach their maximum potential and have fun in the IC CYO program.

Coaches - The success of our program relies heavily on those volunteers who give of their time, energy and passion to coach our teams - we are so grateful for your willing and enthusiastic service!  We will strive to support you in all you will need to be effective in this crucial role.

Parents.Guardians - As the primary teachers of children, it is important that we equip our parents to reinforce what the coach is teaching in practice and games and that we provide opportunities for building families and community through athletics. We look forward to your involvement

Many plans are in motion for us to have a great CYO program for 2012-13.  We appreciate your support and commitment to CYO program. If you would like to get involved, feel free to drop us an e-mail at:

Enjoy the fall season! 

Best regards,


The IC CYO Team