2018 GOYA Athletic Ministries
GOYA Online Registration (All Participants must register: GOYAns, Chaperones, Advisors, Coaches, Clergy and any other adults who may attend games/events.)
Once per season. For all Basketball & Volleyball Tournaments.
Registration opened on December 4th and has closed for GOYAns & Coaches who will be attending the GOYA Basketball Tournament hosted by St Demetrios, Warren on February 9 - 11.
Registration for Chaperones & all Adults: http://events.constant
Only your parish priest may inquire about your participation no later than Thursday, February 8 by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOYA Basketball Tournament Dates/Locations
The 2018 GOYA Basketball Tournaments will be held at the following times and locations:
- January 12-14 (MLK Weekend): Annunciation, Akron & Holy Cross, Pittsburgh -- Guest Speaker
- January 26-28: Holy Trinity, Canton and Annunciation, Columbus -- "Souper Bowl of Caring"
- February 9-11 (All OH Parishes, 1st Senior Weekend): St Demetrios, Warren
- February 16-18 (All PA Parishes, 2nd Senior Weekend): Sts Constantine & Helen, Reading
Mandatory GOYA Athletic Seminars
This is for Advisors, Coaches, Clergy AND GOYA Officers.
WEST: Saturday, January 6th - St Paul, North Royalton
CENTRAL: Sunday, January 7th - Kimisis Tis Theotokou, Aliquippa
EAST: Saturday, January 20th - Holy Trinity, Camp Hill
Metropolis Tournament AssignmentsPlease see the Document Section to the right for the 2018 Metropolis GOYA Basketball Tournament assignments.
Concussion Safety Course
Concussion Safety: Advisors and Coaches are now required to complete a free online Concussion safety course offered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This course is also recommended for all Participants. Upon completion of the course, the certificate will need to be presented at each Tournament Registration by each Advisor and Coach. This awareness of Concussion Safety is very beneficial to protecting our youth. Link to free training: http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/index.html (The CDC now offers a free app – CDC HEADS UP Concussion Safety for use by all.)
Information will be posted as available.