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Sacred Heart CYO Baseball/Softball is affiliated with Cal Ripken Baseball / Babe Ruth Softball.

Sacred Heart CYO Baseball & Softball


Who should play:

  •          The season is for those who want to be out there. If anyone is uncomfortable at any time given the current climate, they should have the ability to stop participating immediately.
  •          At any point that the State or other authorities change their stance in any way regarding game play, the League will likewise make appropriate changes.

Guidelines for safety:

  •   We will follow all CDC guidelines, including restrictions post out of state travel. These change rapidly, so we will change as they do.
  • Home coaches should make opposing teams aware of any additional guidelines prior to arrival.
  •          The home head coach is in charge of maintaining all guidelines on and around the field of play. Coaches will sanitize equipment after each game.
  • Any travel team attending a tournament must fill have each family fill out an additional League sent survey prior to play.
  •          Any individual with a family member showing any known or suspected symptoms of COVID must not attend. Players should be screened for symptoms including a fever just prior to attending the game.
  •   Any household member of a CYO athlete should be reported to the President of the Board so that appropriate actions may be taken within the League.
  •          Fans must stay at least 20 feet away from the players and may not go behind home plate
  • The Leagues has contracted with Eco Lab to provide with us with professional grade sanitizer to clean the bathrooms and other common areas. We will sanitize every hour they are open, or will lock them if that is not possible.

Guidelines for communicating with umpires:

  •          Venmo payments should be used whenever possible in lieu of cash. Download this app and set it up now.
  •          Umpires will adhere to same pre-game standard of symptom check, including temperature screening prior to getting out of their car.

I would like to make sure every family has a voice in keeping their child safe, healthy and active. If you have any issues, please reach out to our Board to discuss. This is all very new, and not all issues will be malicious. We are all learning on the fly, so we value everyone’s insight.


Guidelines to follow if someone around your team feels ill:

  • Any illness within a family of one of our athletes should be reported to the League immediately to coordinate a response. Our goal is not to publicize an illness, but to make any necessary parties aware of exposure.
  • Any illness is a presumed positive until they get a negative test or clearance from a doctor.
  • If a child on your team falls ill, they should get a rapid test to be sure. If that child had contact within the last 72 hours with the team, all team activities must cease until they are cleared.
  • If a parent or family member of a team falls ill, that child will be removed from team activities until the family member tests negative or clears CDC guidelines. This is 10 days from a positive test or onset of symptoms and 24 hours fever free.
  • If a family member of a team tests positive, that athlete must be quarantined for 10 days or receive a negative after 5 days of quarantine to reduce total quarantine to 7 days. Vaccinated athletes do not have to quarantine.
  • I spoke with doctors at CHoP for clarification on this. Only primary contact with a positive case needs to be addressed.

Contact Us

Sacred Heart CYO Baseball & Softball

P.O. Box 515 
Hainesport, New Jersey 08036

Email Us: [email protected]
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