GA Helmet A 2023 Final

3rd-8th Grade Programs



3rd-8th Grade


    • Team Selection:
      • Teams organized by grade level.
      • Smaller teams for maximum playing time (3-4 teams per grade).
      • Blended teams in 3rd-5th grades for balanced skill development.
      • Competitive teams in 6th-8th grades for GCCYS leagues.
      • Adapted team composition based on participation and skill levels.
    • Boys Basketball:
      • Offered for Grades 3-8
        • no prior experience required.
      • Sign-ups late August, evaluations mid-October.
      • Practice starts November 1st, league schedule published mid to late November.
      • Regular season: 1st week of December to 1st week of February.
      • End of Season tournament in mid-February.
      • Registration Fee: $110
    • Girls Basketball:
      • Offered for Grades 3-8
        • no prior experience required.
      • Sign-ups late August, evaluations mid-October.
      • Practice starts November 1st, league schedule published mid to late November.
      • Regular season: 1st week of December to 1st week of February.
      • End of Season tournament in mid-February.
      • Registration Fee: $110





K-4th Grade


    • Cheerleading program available for girls in grades K-4th.
    • Supports our Guardian Angels football team.
    • Opportunity to showcase school spirit and enthusiasm.
    • Learn cheers, chants, and basic stunts.
    • Build confidence and teamwork skills.
    • Foster friendships and camaraderie.
    • Encourages physical activity and healthy habits.
    • Fun and exciting way to get involved in school activities.
    • Join the cheerleading squad and be part of the excitement on game days!
    • Registration Fee: $35.


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3rd-8th Grades

  • Benefits:
    • Aside from the tremendous community and camaraderie GA has built over the years, there are many benefits to playing the sport of football.
    • GA coaches and volunteers strive to instill the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline, and mental toughness in all players.
    • We follow USA Football's training and player safety guidelines, with certified coaches at all levels.
    • Coaches are trained and certified in Concussion Awareness, Lindsay's Law, and other best practices.
    • Coaches teach the appropriate fundamentals at each level which help our players become better prepared and skilled in the sport of football.
  • Teams:
    • Guardian Angels Football is available for all GA students and parishioners in grades K through 8.
    • Teams are organized by grade level and include:
      • Bandit – Grade K-2
      • Pony – Grade 3 & 4
      • Reserve – Grade 5 & 6
      • Varsity – Grade 7 & 8
  • Season:
    • Practices begin in July and vary by coach, typically 2-3 practices per week, held at Guardian Angels Fields.
    • The regular season consists of 7-8 games – 1 per weekend – and lasts from late August through mid-October.
    • Games are played against other area Catholic programs and teams are organized into Divisions to match similarly sized programs.
    • Grades 3-8 participate in a post-season tournament that ends with championship games held in early November.
    • Bandit season concludes with a postseason “Bandit Bowl,” held the weekend following the regular season.
  • Get Involved!
    • There are many ways to get involved and support the football program.
    • Parent coaches are welcome and encouraged, but it takes many hands to provide a successful game day experience.
    • Contact the GA Football Director for additional information.
  • Registration Fee: $125



PreK-2nd Grade

Guardian Angels CO-ED Soccer: PreK-K

SAY East Guardian Angels Soccer: K-2nd Grade

    • Benefits:
      • SAY East Guardian Angels Soccer: Open to 1st - 8th grade students. The SAY Divisions are based on a player’s age as of July 31 in the current year. The Spring Season runs from late March/early April to the end of May (8 games).
    • League Details:
      • Teams are formed by “Blind Draw” procedures balancing the number of players by age and number on each team.
      • Time commitment will be 1 to 2 practices a week (1 practice for younger grades, potentially 2 practices for older grades)
      • Practices held at Guardian Angels during the week, with games on Saturdays and Sundays.
    • Equipment Needed:
      • All players will need shoes, shin guards, and are encouraged to bring water and their own soccer ball.
    • Registration:
      • If interested, please sign your son or daughter up on our Guardian Angels registration site. Sign up then to ensure a spot on a roster.
    • Registration Fee: $90 for the SAY East league


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3rd-8th Grades

  • Guardian Angels Track Season Overview:
    • Spring season: March to May.
    • Practices at Nagel Middle School.
    • Meets on Saturdays in Greater Cincinnati Area.
    • Includes Annual Guardian Angels Invitational for K-8th grade.
    • Track and Field record board located in Main PC Gym at GA.

    Team Divisions:

    • Boys: K-2nd (Co-Ed), 3rd-4th, 5th-6th, 7th-8th.
    • Girls: K-2nd (Co-Ed), 3rd-4th, 5th-6th, 7th-8th.

Why Join Guardian Angels Track?

    • Fosters teamwork, mental toughness, and family involvement.
    • Open to all ages and abilities, no tryouts.
    • Everyone competes and benefits.



    • Includes 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m runs, relays, High Jump, Long Jump, Shot Put, Discus.


    • Multi-sport athletes welcome.
    • Flexible schedule to accommodate other sports.

Registration Fee: $80



3rd-8th Grades

  • Benefits of Playing Volleyball:
    • To learn volleyball skills, while also developing their faith, self-confidence, and teamwork skills.
    • Enhances physical fitness, including agility, strength, and coordination.
    • Develops mental skills such as focus, strategy, and quick decision-making.
    • Fosters friendships and camaraderie among teammates.
  • Team Selection:
    • Teams are separated by grade to ensure age-appropriate competition.
    • Typically 3 or 4 teams per grade to maximize playing time.
    • In 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades, teams are blended to develop all players.
    • In 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, competitive teams strive to compete in GCCYS leagues.
  • Season Information:
    • Girls Season: Runs in the fall with league games played on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday over a seven-week period. A season-ending single-elimination tournament is played the third weekend in October.
    • Boys Season: Typically begins in early spring. A season-ending single-elimination tournament is played at the end of April or the first week in May.
  • Game Information:
    • Boys & Girls Volleyball follows the Greater Cincinnati Catholic Youth Sports league rules.
    • Additional information available on their website:
  • Coaching:
    • Two adults required at every practice.
    • Parent coaches permitted in grades 3-5;
    • A team head coach not a parent in grades 6-8.
    • Volunteers from parent, parish, and alumni communities sought for coaching roles.
    • Interested in coaching? Contact the Girl’s Volleyball Booster Director.
  • Contact:
    • For coaching inquiries, contact the Girl’s Volleyball Booster Director at for more information.
  • Registration Fee: $115