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4/9/2014 11:05:00 AM
CYO basketball: all kinds of success
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The boys from Our Lady of the Lake won the 8th grade title.
CYO photos
The boys from Our Lady of the Lake won the 8th grade title.
The girls from Valley Catholic are 8th grade champions.
The girls from Valley Catholic are 8th grade champions.
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Eighth grade girls from Christ the King
2014 “City” Winners
3rd Grade Girls
1) Our Lady of the Lake-Edwards
2) St. Pius X – Vu

3rd Grade Boys
1) Our Lady of the Lake-Bell
2) Christ the King-Ceballos

4th Grade Girls
1) Our Lady of the Lake-Graham
2) St. Pius X-Vu

4th Grade Boys
1) Valley Catholic-Jafri
2) Our Lady of the Lake-Swanson

5th Grade Girls
1) St. John Fisher-Grant
2) Our Lady of the Lake-Breault

5th Grade Boys
1) Holy Trinity-Lang
2) St. Ignatius-Sorensen

6th Grade Girls
1) St. Anthony-Roth
2) Our Lady of the Lake-Bell

6th Grade Boys
1) St. Anthony-Wisher
2) St. Pius X-Clare

7th Grade Girls
1) Holy Redeemer-Hood
2) St. Agatha-Sullivan

7th Grade Boys
1) St. Clare-Johnson
2) St. John Fisher-Boileau

8th Grade Girls
1) Valley Catholic-Mannen
2) Christ the King-Jansen

8th Grade Boys
1) Our Lady of the Lake-Ramey
2) Holy Family-Mildenberger

9th/10th Grade Boys
1) Jesuit-Marshall
2) Jesuit-Niehuser

11th/12th Grade Boys
1) Jesuit-Kaempf
2) Central-Vik

High School Girls
1) Jesuit-Petrusich
2) Jesuit-Dulcich

Jenna Bass
CYO Basketball Director

“Remember, results aren’t the criteria for success-it’s the effort made for achievement that is the most important.”  ---John Wooden

We had close to 300 grade school teams and more than 50 high school teams competing in our CYO basketball program this year. We can safely say that all of our teams put forth great amounts of effort, hard work and desire to make their individual seasons as successful as possible. Not all of our teams can end the season in first place, but every team can achieve success.

Success can often be associated with winning, but success can be defined in many ways. Throughout the season I heard of players making their first ever basket. I heard of a team that lost all of their games during regular season, but found a way to win some during the tournament and go home with a trophy. Success is when players show great amounts of sportsmanship even when they are losing. Success also comes from knowing you did and tried your best.

Our CYO coaches are amazing volunteers. They give up their time to lead, coach and guide these young players. We value all of the effort they give and could not have such a successful program without our coaches and we thank them and are truly grateful.

We would like to wish all you eighth graders success on your journey ahead and in basketball if you are choosing to pursue this sport in high school. We appreciate the spirit you have added to our program over the years.  

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