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Registration Deadline is May 29th
(Fee will increase after deadline)
The purpose of the program is to provide a non-competitive, fun league that teaches the children team sportsmanship and the fundamentals of Cabbage Ball.
There are no formal practice sessions outside of the game times, and since the program is for fun, there are no standings, playoffs, or championships. In fact, there are no outs! Games are played on Monday and Wednesday Nights in June & July and start at 6 or 7pm, depending on your child’s age and last approximately one 1 hour. All games are played in the SCS schoolyard.
Every participating child receives a team T-shirt and a trophy at the end of the Program. In addition, at the end of each game, every child will receive a complimentary freeze-pop.
The Cabbage Ball Program needs adults to coach Cabbage Ball teams and work the concessions. Please consider volunteering. No experience needed! Check the appropriate box above and we will contact you.
Come feed the family at our Cabbage Ball Concession stand
We’ll be grilling burgers and hot dogs and serving up cold drinks and frosty beers Monday and Wednesday nights-before, during and after Cabbage Ball games.
Sponsor our Program
Through the generous sponsorship of over 20 businesses and individuals, we have been able to provide 6 weeks of summer fun for the families of our St. Catherine community. Please consider being a sponsor. More info: Cabbage Ball Shirt Sponsor (Sleeve) - Only 2 offered and Cabbage Ball Shirt Sponsor (Back).
What is Cabbage Ball?
Cabbage Ball is “Naturally Naw’lins! That’s right! It’s only played in and around the New Orleans area. Only in New Orleans & Chicago is a form of softball played with a 16 inch “soft” ball played without gloves. In Chicago, this form of softball is called “mushball”. Only in New Orleans can you play “Cabbage Ball”. Cabbage Ball originated in New Orleans on the black tops of Catholic Schools. Celebrate your New Orleans heritage with your kids and Play Cabbage Ball!!
Questions, Concerns, Compliments?
Blaine Guthrie or Ryan Chin