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Exclusive Johnny Mac's CYC Easter Offer


During your Easter Holidays, this Thursday, Friday and Saturday bring this coupon (click here) in and save 20% off most items.  Just in time for CYC Baseball and Softball season!



St. Louis University Women's Basketball Team hosts Ball State in the second round of the Women's National Invitiation Tournament TONIGHT, Monday, March 21st at 7pm at Chaifetz Arena.  If you would like to see a good women's college basketball game and root on some former CYC players, this is your chance.  Tickets are only $12 (reserved seats), $10 (adult General Admission) and $5 (Youth General Admission).  To order:

If you are on Spring break and looking for fun night, this is it!

3 more RAS to WRAS-Up Regular Basketball Season


Immaculate Conception(Coach Moss) and St. Catherine Laboure(Coach Patrick) were meeting for the 3rd time this season.  The first 2 games were tight with lots of excitement and tension.  This game would decide which team would move on to the playoffs, so more excitement and tension.  In the second half there was a loose ball and both Jake Alshanski (IC) and Daniel Patrick (SCL).  Both players held on to it and pulled to get control.  In the tussle Dan fell to floor, hard and awkwardly.  The whistle blew, a jump ball was called.  Jake went over and offered Dan a hand and helped him up.  At the same time Jake said something to Dan that made him smile.  As they were running down the court to set up for the next play, Dan reached over and gave Jake a couple pats on the back.  Now both players were smiling, enjoying the competition and exemplifying CYC Sportsmanship.  For these actions both players have earned our Random Act of Sportsmanship Award (RAS).

Congratulations to both Assumption (Picha) and St. Margaret Mary Alacoque for reaching the championship game of the St. Raphael 4th Grade Tournament.  It was a close game.  What we like best about  this nomination for the RAS Award is it never mentions who won the game!  They said it was a good, close game with great sportsmanship throughout by both teams.  Plus after the game, both teams got together for a pizza to celebrate the tournament and the season.

In the St. Charles district everyone was anticipating a tense game when two undefeated 4th grade boys teams, St. Cletus and Assumption played.  As you might expect it was very competititve.  It was a great game.  Both teams played well and it was a close game.  The officials did a great job and both teams displayed great sportsmanship, which was appreciated and reported.  Thank you to the parent who reported that.  Coach Moore of Assumption went out of his way to hug the St. Cletus coach and congratulate the St. Cletus players.  But he didn't stop there.  He congratulated the officials and also the scorekeepers.  He told them how much fun it was to be part of this game and that he looked forward to playing them again next year!  Both teams will receive a RAS Award.    

SLU Women host WNIT game THIS THURSDAY - You are invited!

Order your tickets at   Youth only $5!!!

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