Welcome to the St. Hilary Athletic Association.  SHAA is responsible for the athletic program for St. Hilary Catholic Church.  St. Hilary athletes play in leagues sponsored by the Diocese of Cleveland Catholic Youth Organization in the following sports:

  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross Country
  • Basketball
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Barry Thoman
Pastoral Designee/Athletic Director

All Saints Soccer and Munchkin Soccer Registration Now Open!

All Saints and Munchkin Soccer registration is now open.  Please register at:  http://sthillaryaa.sportssignup.com/

All Saints:

Ages: First and second graders only.

Cost: $30.00 per player

Gear: Shirts provided. Socks and Shin guards required. Soccer shoes optional.  

Where: Practices: Weekdays – time and location TBD by coaches beginning April 1st.

Games: Fairlawn Park Soccer Fields @ 3303 Ridgewood Rd., Fairlawn.

When: Games are Saturday mornings between 8:30am and 12pm. April 18th through May 30th. No games May 9th (First Communion) or Memorial Day weekend. Games are about 1 hour, rain or shine. Players need soccer cleats, shin guards and a #3 size soccer ball.

Registration closes 3/29.



Ages: Kindergarten only.

Cost: $20.00 per player

Gear: Socks. Shin guards and a size #3 Soccer ball are required.   

Where: Fridays at St. Hilary from 6-7:15 for 4 consecutive weeks

When: Beginning April 24th and ending May 15th

Players are taught fundamental soccer skills in a fun, inclusive atmosphere.

Registration closes 4/10.

Registration Site

Click here to register for a St. Hilary/CYO sport: http://www.sportssignup.com/St-Hilary-Athletic-Association-Online-Registration.start.  ALL athletes must submit a CYO Preparticipation Form or they will not be able to practice or play. Instructions can be found here: CYO Preparticipation Form.  In addition SHAA requires athletes playing tackle football, as well as 7th/8th graders playing soccer/basketball to complete an Axon Baseline Concussion Test before they can play/practice.  Other athletes may take the test if they choose, but are not required.  Information on the Axon Baseline Concussion Tests can be found here: Concussion Program.