50-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF AULT’S FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP
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Two years ago marked the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest high school football teams ever in the state of Nevada.Head coach Chris Ault’s 1970 Bishop Manogue High Miners.Long before he won a single game as the Nevada Wolf Pack’s coach, Ault won a Nevada Class AA state title across the street from Nevada
Duke Dinner 2020 has been postponed, due to Coronavirus, to a date to-be-determined. We all look forward to our next Duke Dinner and the good time we will have!! Stay Safe!!
Miners Football Alumni Association, Inc. (MFAAI) Duke Dinner 2020 Honoring Coach Chris Ault and the 50th anniversary of his Bishop Manogue 1970 State AA Championship team; along with his 1969 team; and his 1971 State AA Championship team. What: Coach Chris Ault will be honored at “Duke Dinner 2020”, MFAAI’s annual fundraiser for the Bishop
First Annual Duke Drakulich Dinner March 13, 2019 Honoring the Era of Coach Joe Sellers – 2001-2005 Presented by Miners Football Alumni Association, Inc. “In Support of Manogue Football” Guest Speaker: Vic Drakulich – Reminisces on Coach Duke Drakulich, Manogue’s First Head Football Coach Dinner Speaker: Matt Virden, Miners Football Alum, Class of 2004, will
Support Manogue Miners Football Miners Football Alumni Associationis holding a dinner and silent auction in honor of the Miners teams of 1976 – 82. Our featured speaker for the evening will be former Manogue Head Football Coach Pat Rippee. Coach Rippee was the Miners Head Football Coach from 1976 to 1981. In 1982, Coach Rippee’s brother,
Miners Football Alumni Association, Inc. (MFAAI) is holding our dinner in honor of the Miners teams of 1976 – 82. Our featured speaker for the evening will be former Manogue Head Football Coach Pat Rippee and MC Chris Healy. Coach Rippee was the Miners Head Football Coach from 1976 to 1981. In 1982, Coach Rippee’s
Manogue 1999 Season video by JB Benna
The moments after the Miners defeated Moapa Valley for the 1988 State AA Championship. The final score was Miners: 21 – Moapa Valley: 17. The RGJ’s caption for the picture says that the player in the foreground, # 14, is Scott Talbott who was the Miners’ quarterback that year.