Come out and cheer for one or more of our teams!
Thursday, September 20th
7:00 pm - 8th Grade D2 vs. St. Robert @ Lion's Field
Sunday, September 23rd
12:30 pm - 6th Grade D2 vs. All Souls @ Alta Loma Park, South San Francisco
12:30 pm - 8th Grade D2 vs. St. Robert @ McGarvey Field
2:45 pm - 7th Grade D1 vs. St. Robert @ McGarvey Field
4:30 pm - 4th Grade South vs. St. Pius @ Kiwanis Field
Friday, September 21st
7:30 pm - 8th Grade D2 vs. St. Matthew @ St. Matthew's Gym, San Mateo
Saturday, September 22nd
10:00 am - Training Blue (South) vs. Immaculate Heart of Mary @ IHM's Gym, Belmont
11:00 am - Training Gold (East) vs. Our Lady of Angels @ St. Pius Gym
11:00 am - 6th Grade D3 vs. Immaculate Heart of Mary @ IHM's Gym, Belmont
12:00 pm - 5th Grade North vs. St. Catherine @ St. Pius Gym
1:00 pm - 7th grade D2 vs. St. Raymond @ St. Pius Gym
2:00 pm - 8th grade D2 vs. St. Catherine @ St. Pius Gym
Training Blue (South) vs. St. Gregory - excellent first game!
Training Gold (East) vs. St. Robert - stupendous game!
5th Grade North vs. Our Lady of Angels - won
6th Grade D3 - bye
7th Grade D2 - bye
8th Grade D2 vs. All Souls - lost
4th Grade South vs. St. Raymond - won
6th Grade D2 vs. St. Pius - won
7th Grade D1 vs. St. Dunstan - won
8th Grade D2 vs. St. Raymond - won
The after school sports program exists to provide opportunities for youth to participate in activities that are safe, enjoyable and promote Christian attitudes of fair play and cooperation.
The program has concern for the whole person made up of body, mind, and spirit and its focus is to respond to the interests and needs of the individual. Physical fitness, a positive mental attitude and spiritual growth are all important in developing the whole person. The individual is the focus; the sport event is merely the tool.
All students in grades 4 – 8 (5 – 8 for track) who are registered at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Religious Education (English) or St. Matthias Religious Education are given the opportunity to participate. There are no cuts; all interested students will be placed on a team. However, evaluations are sometimes necessary to form teams when there are too many players for one team at a particular level. Player participation, involvement and being able to play are far more important than winning a particular sports event or having the best win/loss record. Seasons are as follows:
The program relies completely on parent involvement for the success of this sports program. Coaches, parents and adult leaders must be role models and explain why behaviors are appropriate or inappropriate. Fair play, sportsmanship and competition are the essence of the Our Lady of Mount Carmel School Sports Program.
Ed Gory, Chair
Amanda Buhr, Cheer
Alice Hilker, Volleyball
Chris Rasmussen, Basketball
Karen Sammons, Volleyball
Scott Sammons, Baseball
Jeanne Stalker, Uniform & Equipment Manager
Lopeti Taufoou, Track