Bishop Amat officials disputed a report on Wednesday that L.A. Times reporter Eric Sondheimer wrote that stated officials at La Puente Bishop Amat have told athletic directors in the Catholic Athletic Assn. that the school wants to join the Mission League for all sports. The CIF-SS has proposed changes for several private schools, including suggesting that Damien join the Catholic Athletic association for the next re-leaguing cycle that begins in 2014. This has many wondering how it will re-shape leagues, particularly for private schools. Bishop Amat athletic director Michael Manzo and football coach Steve Hagerty made it clear this morning if changes are made it’s the school’s intention to remain in the Serra League and compete in the Pac-5 for football, with the Serra potentially welcoming schools like Oaks Christian and others. For all other sports, Bishop Amat is working on a scenario in which it joins the Mission League, a league that could include Damien, St. Paul, St. Francis and others that are more geographically inviting to cut down on travel.