With 105 teams and more than 1,400 players competing, this weekend’s Mary Nagle Charitable Foundation CYO Tournament was the biggest in the tournament’s seven-year history. Proceeds from the tournament go to the Mary Nagle Foundation, which was set up shortly after her death and go to provide assistance to local charitable causes and education needs within community. It is named after Mary Nagle, who was murdered in her New City home in 2005.
Games started Friday night and continued Saturday, with the tournament finishing up Sunday. Games are played at Felix Festa Middle School, Clarkstown North High School, Clarkstown South High School and St. Augustine’s School in New City. Teams came from throughout Rockland, Orange and northern Bergen counties.