Welcome to St Joseph CYO
of Kings Park, NY

The CYO exists to provide opportunities for youth to develop strong moral character, self worth and a commitment to caring for others and their community through activities of a social, educational, and recreational nature based on Catholic principles that reinforce societal values.

The parish website can be found at www.stjosephskp.org

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Baseball/Softball Picnic 2016

You're Invited!

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When: Sunday, June 5, 2016
Where: Hoyt Farm Nature Preserve - Picnic Area
Time: 12-4pm

St. Joseph CYO invites all our CYO families participating in Baseball or Softball to join us for a picnic.

For your entertainment, we will be supplying a DJ from 12-4pm. CYO will be serving hot dogs from 1-2 pm and will be providing water bottles and various snacks for the kids during the course of the day.
Should you decide to join us, please bring additional picnic/BBQ supplies you may need.
The park offers: 
·       Sprinkler area
·       Playground
·       Horseshoe court
·       Bocce court
·       Baseball field
·       Nature Center and Museum (open 1-4 pm)
·       BBQ Station

In order for us to provide the quantities necessary for the day, we ask you please RSVP with your attendance by Sunday, May 29th. The Town of Smithtown does require a parking pass for free parking admission. We hope you can join us.
(If you have already rsvp'd, no need to do so again)


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St. Joseph's Cardinals 12u Fastpitch Travel Team

Today St. Joseph's Cardinals 12u Fastpitch travel team defeated the CNLL Tigers 20-10. The win puts the Cardinal's at 2-1 in the CNLL. On the season the Cardinal's are 4-4, as they are 2-3 in the NJBL League. The Cardinal's played an away game today, despite the low temperatures they turned up the heat.

     Game Highlights:

            Madison "Mad Dog" D' Alasandro pitched well, striking out three batters. Mad-dog locked down her first win of the season. Crafty veteran Daniella Popko relieved Mad-Dog to Save the game.

      Offensive highlights:

         Again the real story was the cardinal's bats, and speed. The Cardinal's pounded out fifteen hits tonight. Six Cardinal's players had two hits each. The Offensive attack was lead by the scorching hitting of Madison "Mad-Dog" D' Alasandro. Mad-Dog had two hits, blasting a double and driving in four runs. Julie Park also launched a double to aid the attack. Veteran Catcher Julia Lapertosa continued her hot hitting, while extending her hit streak to eight games. Sofia Stampfli had seven stolen bases, including a swipe of home. Again for the second win in a row, this was a real team effort. The Cardinal's next game is Monday 5/2.


by: Steve D'Alasandro