Bishop Verot High School held a celebratory signing for our senior athletes who will be continuing their athletic careers at Division I, II, III, NJCAA, and NAIA institutions. The event took place
Bishop Verot Catholic High School is pleased to announce Coach Matt Herting’s milestone in the Nevins Gymnasium.
The Lady Vikings defeated Montverde Academy 7-5 on Thursday to earn the 4A State Championship title.
The Ft. Myers News-Press has named three Bishop Verot coaches as Coach of the Year for their respective All Area Team.
The support for all things Viking is evident as the fans waited three hours, through rain and lightning delay after delay, for the State Championship Baseball game to begin on Tuesday, May 19th.
On Wednesday, April 15th, in the Nevins Gymnasium, Bishop Verot honored the Class of 2015 Senior Athletes as well as inducted our newest members in to the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Stephanie Peacock wins the 2nd annual Fran Crippin 10K Cup, an open water race, at Miromar Lake on the FGCU waterfront.
Bishop Verot Catholic High School is proud to announce Jason Baumgardner as our new Swimming and Diving Coach for the Vikings Swim Team.
Bishop Verot would like to thank the Athletic Booster Club for this shiny new equipment.
On Wednesday, February 4th, National Signing Day, Bishop Verot senior Jared Horowitz signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his football career at Jacksonville University.
Stephanie Peacock, the 22 year old graduate of the University of North Carolina and Bishop Verot High School has returned to Ft.
Senior defensive back, Dillon Nemeth was awarded the coveted Hill & Ryan Kiesel Award at the 2014 Football Banquet.
After not even playing 10 minutes in the first three games, not even scoring against Detroit Mercy, as the competition has improved, so has he. The Bishop Verot High graduate scored 10 points again
Bishop Verot swimmer Santiago Corredor cruised to the State Title in the 500 freestyle last month. Congratulations to the boys' swim team and Santiago!
Six standout athletes - four football players and two cheer captains - were selected by Rotary South to participate in the annual Rotary South All Star Football Classic.