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Manogue Hoops Welcomes Coach Sara Ramirez

Sara Ramirez was born and raised in Reno, Nevada, and graduated from Little Flower, Reno High School and the University of Nevada where she earned her degree in education. Coach Sara has been coaching varsity girls basketball in northern Nevada since 2005. In that time her teams have won three Regional Championships–2007, 2011, 2012–and a State Championship in 2012. Coach

Junior Malcolm McClure Ready for His Recruiting Process

Reno (Nev.) Bishop Manogue 2022 outside linebacker Malcolm McClure has been no stranger to the recruiting process. His father, Angus McClure, is the offensive line coach at California, previously at Nevada and UCLA, and has been one of the top recruiters in the West region for the past decade….read more

Amaya McLeod is a WARRIOR!

Congratulations to senior Amaya McLeod, who has signed her Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Stanislaus State Warriors! We’re so proud of her, and we look forward to celebrating her with the whole Manogue family!

Win at Fundraising: Order Chipotle, Raise Funds for Your Teams | Presented by VNN

Chipotle has always been committed to preparing real food made with real ingredients, and is a long-time supporter of local high school teams and clubs. Chipotle has hosted 228,000 restaurant fundraisers which have given back more than $71,000,000 to local causes, including to high school athletics. Now, Chipotle is excited to announce a partnership with VNN

Athletic Clearance – IT’S TIME!

Have you completed Athletic Clearance for your child yet?  If not, NOW is the time!  Find out how at bishopmanogueathletics.com/clearance. With our seasons condensed due to COVID-19, it’s more important than ever not to wait until the last minute. Winter sports are scheduled to begin January 2, 2021, followed six short weeks later by Fall sports,

Preseason Gears Up!

Returning responsibly and safely to athletics, like returning responsibly and safely to school, is a balancing act where we must weigh COVID-19 risks against the benefits of physical activity and team participation. With this in mind, we’re implementing a staged plan, outlined HERE to get our student-athletes back in action for pre-season conditioning and practice

Ollie’s All Right!

With a second place finish in the 120th US Amateur Championship, Manogue grad Ollie Osborne is headed to next year’s US Open and the Master’s.  Osborne missed the Amateur title by just a single stroke, falling to Tyler Strafaci. Your browser does not support iframes.

What’s Up With High School Athletics?

No doubt about it, 2020 is a year like no other… Here’s where things currently stand for NIAA sanctioned high school sports. Due to COVID-19 the NIAA has made considerable adjustments to the 2020-21 Athletics Calendar, see below. The full explanation of that decision is HERE. Winter Sports practices will begin Jan. 2, 2021; last