MoN sports registration is managed through TeamSnap. Please find registration links to respective teams below:
Please log into TeamSnap using the links below to register your 3rd-8th grade child. New users must first create a family account.
New for 2016/17:
All players must be registered and paid to play by October 14th to guarantee your child will be assigned to a team. Please note that for some players this date is prior to the try-out date. Credit Card payments will be accepted during registration. Mustang Madness 3v3 Tournament registration may also be completed and paid for through Sports Pilot.
Checks will still be accepted for registration fees and uniform deposit fees will still be required via check/backpack mail.
$178 (JV & Varsity)
$50 uniform deposit via check (post dated for April 1st).
The uniform deposit check will be returned upon receipt of your students’ complete uniform at the close of the season. Please send all checks through backpack mail to Robyn Rutland c/o Reed 2-1 payable to Mary of Nazareth. Players must be registered online to be considered for a team.
The deadline to register by October 14th is a firm deadline in order to recruit the appropriate number of coaches, reserve gym space and meet the deadline to pay for and submit the correct number of Mary of Nazareth teams for each league. Everyone who registers by the October 14 deadline and attends the appropriate tryout will be placed on a team. There are no "cuts".
Players may attend both the initial and makeup sessions with their higher scores used during team formation. There will be no make-ups for the Rookie Division.
Varsity Girls Oct 9, 2-3pm @ KFC
Varsity Boys Oct 9, 1-2pm @ KFC
JV Girls Oct 16, 1-2pm @ KFC
JV Boys Oct 16, 2-3pm @ KFC
Boys Make-Up (JV & Varsity) Oct 23, 4:30-5:30pm @ KFC (note: this is prior to the regular tryout date, so check your calendars)
Girls Make-Up (JV & Varsity) Oct 23, 3:30-4:30pm @ KFC
Rookie Boys Oct 29 4-5pm @ KFC
Rookie Girls Oct 29 5-6pm @ KFC
Rookie Division U10 (3rd/4th grade)
Player assessments are for the sole purpose of constructing a fair and balanced team divided by grade and skill. Practices for the Rookie level begin in early December with games beginning in early January. Games take place on Friday nights, Saturdays, and possibly Sundays. Game schedules are not typically known until late December.
Junior Varsity U12 (5th/6th grade) and Varsity U14 (7th/8th grade)
All play at this level is competitive.
Please consider with your child that you are committed to the team practices and games. Due to smaller team sizes in basketball, when 1-2 students are not available to practice or play a game, it puts the whole team in jeopardy of forfeiting a game and disappointing those players that are committed. Basketball also requires practice to learn team plays. If a player consistently cannot make the 1-2 practices a week, they should consider placement on a different team. Please inform the commissioner or Athletic Director as soon as you are aware of any conflicts as this may effect team selection.
The purpose of the tryout at the JV and Varsity levels is to place children at their proper levels of ability. Each division will include an ‘A’ (most competitive) team based on skills assessment, position availability, and coach availability. If a student does not want to be considered for the ‘A’ team, please let the Basketball Commissioner know prior to assessments. Depending on the league of play (non-tournament, tournament or Mid-Atlantic), outside of the ‘A’ team, players will be divided evenly by skill, position, and grade.
Practices for JV division players begins in mid-November with games beginning in early January. Games take place on Saturday or possibly Sundays. Game schedules are not available until mid-December. If you have conflicting activities, please strongly consider whether or not you should try out for the ‘A’ team.
Practices for Varsity division players begins in early November. Games begin in early December. Games typically take place on Saturdays and possibly Sundays.
The MoN track team is open to all K-8 students and parish members. Our mission is dedicated to promoting fun, teaching fundamental skills, and developing an enjoyment of running that can carry through life. Team work and striving for personal improvement are emphasized. This season the MoN track team will have two formal league options to participate in (CYO League and the new Columbus League). Whether you're a serious track athlete or have never run in a formal track event, we have the appropriate level of competition for you.
Practices: Practice schedule is still TBD. However, plan for track team practice to start the week of March 13, 2017. Practice will be held twice a week, preferably on Tuesday and Thursday, at a local High School or at MoN when track is not available. Final practice schedule will be released by the MoN Track Commissioner once negotiation with MCPS authorities are complete.
CYO League: Athletes 7 years old (by May 30th) and up are eligible to participate. The CYO season consists of 6 regular season meets and 1 Championship meet. Athletes participate in 3 of the 6 regular season meets and score high enough to qualify for Championship meet events. Meets are held on Saturdays at High Schools in Prince George's County, MD beginning at 8 AM. Competition is more advanced but prior experience is not required. The following events are held during CYO meets; (Track events) Sprints: 100, 200, 400 and 800 meters. Distance 1600 meter. Relays 400, 800 and 1600 meter. (Field events) Long Jump, Turbo Javelin, Softball Throw, Discus and Shot Put.
Columbus League: New for the 2017 Track & Field season, the Columbus League is replacing the "Local League" for those who have participated in the past. Like the Local League in the past, the level of competition is more suited for the beginner or less serious track athlete but is open to all athletes K-8 on the MoN Track & Field team. All Columbus League meets are on Sundays from 2-4 PM at a High School in Montgomery County. Meet events will include: Sprints: 50m (ages 4-7 only), 100m, 200m, 400, and 800m. Distance: 1600m. Field events: Long Jump, Turbo Javelin, Softball Throw, Discus, Shot Put.
The Mary of Nazareth Sports Committee is offering an 8 week long soccer skills programs for Kindergarten and 1st grade students. MoN students as well as children from member parishes are welcome to attend. During the clinic, coaches will work with players on fundamental skills, such as dribbling, running with the ball, moves and control, shooting and teamwork.
The clinic will be lead by a professional coaching team with licenses/certification from the English Football Association, European Union Football Association and US Soccer. Players will be grouped by age/ability and will focus on fundamental elements: Technical, Tactical, Social and Physical.
The cost is $125 (8 sessions).
Sessions will be Saturdays, from 9:00am to 10:30am, starting March 25th.
Space is limited and registration is available on a first come, first served basis.
The clinic will be led by a professional coaching team with licenses/certification from the English Football Association, European Union Football Association and US Soccer. Players will be grouped by age/ability and will focus on fundamental elements: Technical, Tactical, Social and Physical.
The cost is $135 (8 sessions).
Sessions will be Wednesdays, from 3:15pm-4:45pm, starting March 29th.
Registration for CYO Soccer for Fall 2017 is now open. You may register your child(ren) for five different divisions based upon their age:
U9 (Cadets-2nd Graders)
- U12 and U14 boys: 25 and 27 April from 430 to 600pm
- U12 and U14 girls: 25 and 27 April from 615 to 745pm
- U10 boys: 26 April from 430 to 600pm
- U10 girls: 26 April from 615 to 745pm