Spring sports are just around the corner.  Below are the steps to follow to get your child ready to participate:

  1. Register your child with Register My Athlete, and choose the sport they will be participating in.  This is a new NIAA requirement for all student-athletes. View the simple instructions here.   If you have already done this for a Winter sport,  you just need to log back in and register them for their Spring spring sport. If you have questions regarding RMA contact Jackie.allen@bishopmanogue.org .
  2.  Complete the Athletic Packet and accompanying Physical Form in hard copy and return them to the school office.  If you have already done this for a fall or Winter sport, you don’t need to do it again.  Manogue athletes are required to have a physical each calendar year. Athletic Clearance Packets with physicals should be turned in as soon as your child begins participating in any preseason activities but absolutely no later than Thursday, Feb 23.  Athletes who do not have a Packet and Physical on file will not be allowed to participate in tryouts/first mandatory practices on Sat., Feb. 25 Download packets here, or pick one up in the front office.
  3. If you have not already done so this year, attend the NIAA Drug/Alcohol and Concussion presentation on Thur., Mar. 2, at 6pm in the SCC.  Athletes who did not attend a session in Fall or Winter must attend this session with a parent or guardian, per NIAA regulations.

Bishop Manogue Athletic Philosophy

Through participation in athletics at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School, student athletes learn loyalty, pride, integrity, and commitment.  An interscholastic athletic program is an integral part of the total education and growth experience at a Catholic high school.  Athletics affirm and promote Catholic values and engage student-athletes fully in mind, body and spirit.

Bishop Manogue participates at the 4A level of the NIAA (Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association).  All student athletes must comply with all NIAA regulations and maintain a 2.0 grade point average.  Bishop Manogue student-athletes are expected to make positive lifestyle choices formed by a Christian conscience and responsibility towards the other members of the team.  All Bishop Manogue athletic teams are drug, alcohol and tobacco-free.

Athletic Clearance

NIAA policy requires all athletes to be registered at www.registermyathlete/com in order to be rostered for a sport. View the simple instructions here.  Email jackie.allen@bishopmanogue.org if you have questions about Register My Athlete.

Each student-athlete must have a new sports packet and physical on file each year.  Athletic clearance packets and forms are available in the office, or can be downloaded here. If you have any questions regarding athletic clearance contact Jackie Allen.

NIAA Drug and Alcohol/Concussion Presentations:

Athletes and parents are required to attend one session per year. Sessions last approximately 45 minutes.  Session dates for the 2017-18 school year are pending.



Andy Hughes, Athletic Director, 775-336-6046

Jackie Allen, Assistant Athletic Director, 775-336-6017

Bradley Hutt, Athletic Trainer, 775-336-6042


Sport Schedules

Click here to view live schedules on nnd1.org   (Look for “View Schedules” on the right, choose your sports from the list, then click “View” at the bottom…you can even subscribe to have schedules sent to your phone!)

Volunteer Opportunities

Earn those last service hours!

Click here to volunteer for our baseball and softball admissions gates. 

Let’s Gets Physicals Fundraiser, May 24, 2017:  We are looking for doctors and nurses to help provide sports physicals for current and incoming Manogue students during our annual spring physicals day.  Proceeds support the Sports Medicine program.  If you are a Manogue family doc or nurse and are available to assist contact  Jackie.allen@bishopmanogue.org,  The event will last from approximately 2:30 to 7 and we would love your help for all or part of that time.


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