From team sports to running, Club members can not only enjoy physical exercise but learn the value of sports participation. Club team sports compete in the San Francisco CYO League. If you play sports for the Club, you learn skills, understand teamwork and sportsmanship. Coaches not only teach the rules of game, but the adhere to the Salesian value of loving kindness, above all else. At Club, sports are all about the kids and working together as team.
- The Club participates in the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) League.
- Club Competitive Sports are open to Third through Eighth Graders.
- No Member is left off any team as long as they meet the signup deadline.
- Members are taught sport fundamentals, including the power of teamwork and the value sportsmanship, according to the Salesian principle of loving kindness.
The Salesian Martial Arts Team meets year-round on a weekly basis and is under the direction of Chief Instructor Jim Staley. Currently, the Martial Arts classes are full.
USTA Tennis Clinics are taught in the Fall and Spring.
GIRLS ON THE RUN is a running clinic that meets twice weekly in the Spring and culminates in a 5k in early May.
How to sign up?
Team sports signup sheets are posted on the Club Bulletin Board in advance of every season.
Martial Arts registration requires an interview with Jim Staley.
Tennis and GOTR are posted on the Club Bulletin Board in advance of every season.
Signups are also available via email with the Director of Programs, Vince Manfreda.
Learn more by contacting Vince Manfreda at firstname.lastname@example.org.