Staff Report The Catholic Youth Sports Organization, Inc., better known as Cincinnati CYO, informed the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Youth Athletics Commission in late December that it would dissolve at the end of the current school year.
Staff Report The following is a glance at the inner-workings of the new OHSAA competitive balance proposal. For a story on the proposal, click HERE. Ohio high school sports are divided into divisions based on enrollment. This way big schools play big schools and small schools play small schools, leading
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Catholic youth athletics and Catholic youth ministry are often two separate entities. In the Archdiocese of Cincinnati a major diocesan initiative is underway to help merge those sometimes competing groups into a cohesive unit. In addition to those efforts is the work of an
By John Stegeman The Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s youth athletic programs are well known for on the field success. In the past 10 years, Catholic high schools in the archdiocese have won nearly 50 state titles, and those schools are fed by archdiocese elementary schools. Just as the mission of Catholic