Welcome to the Bishop McGuinness Athletic Webpage!
All information regarding Bishop McGuinness Athletics including athletic schedules, updates, athletic news, game cancellations and reschedules, contacts for the coaches, the athletic policy handbook, directions to away games, Villains' Club Information, Sports Physical Information, Summer Camp and Team Camp Information along with Sports Tryouts Information and other useful BMHS Athletic Links can be found on this webpage. However, you may feel free to contact the Athletic Office anytime with questions. Athletic Director Jeff Stoller, CAA can be reached at 564-1020 or js and Asst. Athletic Director Charlie Jones can be reached at 564-1022 or cj. We look forward to your involvement in the Bishop McGuinness Athletic Program.
The Philosophy of the athletic department at Bishop McGuinness is to provide students with opportunities to develop knowledge of and skills in a variety of different sports, and to teach life skills including competition, teamwork, cooperation, and working together to achieve a common goal.
As Christians we are commanded to be different from the world around us. The athletic program at Bishop McGuinness exists to guide you in developing your body, mind, and character in a manner pleasing to God. Not only are immediate goals and desires sought after, but also a high regard is placed on values, which will last for eternity. Finally, we must do our best to provide a good experience for every student/athlete on every team for every season at BMHS.
The athletic program offers Junior Varsity and Varsity Level Sports in:
- Boys' and Girls' Soccer
- Boys' and Girls' Tennis
- Girls' Volleyball
- Boys' and Girls' Cross-country
- Boys' and Girls' Basketball
- Boys' Baseball
- Girls' Softball
- Boys' and Girls' Track and Field
- Boys' and Girls' Lacrosse.
Why are we called the Villains?
Our school mascot, “The Villain,” comes from our early roots at the Villa Marie Anna Academy.
The school motto, “Praesis ut Prosis” is taken from the seal of the late Bishop Eugene J. McGuinness
and serves as a challenge for all who would desire “to excel that they might better serve.”