Bishop Gorman is the clear favorite in the Class 4A state softball tournament and will play Legacy in the winners bracket Wednesday at College of Southern Nevada.
Palo Verde’s Daniel Bellinger, a tight end at San Diego State, was the first Las Vegas player drafted. The other was Bishop Gorman’s Jalen Nailor, a wide receiver at Michigan State.
Isaiah Cottrell, who played three seasons at Bishop Gorman, will return to play for UNLV after transferring from West Virginia.
The 2022 class of the Southern Nevada Sports of Hall originally was going to be inducted in June 2020 before COVID-19 ceremony wiped out the ceremony.
Haskell Garrett battled his way to All-Big Ten honors as a fifth-year senior in 2021 despite spraining his ankle midway through the season against Maryland.
Bubba Bolden, the 22-year-old native Las Vegan, is among the draft’s top safety prospects and is ready for the NFL after seminal experiences in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami.
Bishop Gorman hosted Liberty in a Class 5A baseball game Wednesday afternoon. Gorman won 8-5.
Bidding for its first state title 2015, Bishop Gorman is 14-1 and nationally ranked but still faces a stiff challenge.
The top five Las Vegas players and top five games involving Las Vegas in the NCAA Tournament. UNLV, as expected, is well-represented.
Connor Fields, a Green Valley High School and UNLV graduate, was involved in a scary BMX crash in last year’s Olympics in Japan and is recovering from a brain injury.