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 Division I 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 life-style 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.
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.
Current and incoming students will have the opportunity to get their sports physicals done for the 2014-15 school at Bishop Manogue on Tuesday, May 20th from 3 to 5 pm. Physicals cost $25 each, and all proceeds will benefit the BMCHS Sports Medicine program. Sports physicals are payable by cash or check only. Students must turn in a completed 2014-15 Athletic Packet at the time of check-in, signed by both parents and/or legal guardians wherever designated within the packet. Any questions? Please contact Abby LePeilbet.
PLEASE NOTE: To be eligible to participate in athletics, all athletic clearance forms and information must be read, reviewed, and signed wherever designated, by both parents and/or legal guardians of a student.
In addition, student-athletes who are 18 years of age or older will be required to read and sign their own “Consent to Athletic Participation and Assumption of Risk” form and “Waiver, Release, and Agreement to Indemnify, Defend and Hold Harmless in Athletics” form.
NIAA Drug and Alcohol/Concussion Presentations:
Athletes and parents are required to attend one session per year.
The next scheduled session is:
Thomas Peregrin, Athletic Director
Abby LePeilbet, Assistant Athletic Director
Bradley Hutt, Athletic Trainer
Cross Country Boys' and Girls' Soccer
Boys' and Girls' Tennis Girls' Golf
Girls' Volleyball Football
Water Polo (club)
Boys' and Girls' Basketball
Co-ed Bowling (club)
Track and Field Boys' Golf
Swimming Boys' Lacrosse (club)
Girls' Lacrosse (club)