Arbor View’s Israel Mann and Rickey Jones, Legacy’s Lee Wilson and BJ Phillips, and Bishop Gorman’s Mark Person and James Petrie will play at Southwest Minnesota State.
Here are the preps athletes who signed for national signing day on Wednesday or during the fall.
Centennial freshman point guard Taylor Bigby is blossoming into one of the top freshmen on the West Coast and already has secured scholarship offers from Colorado and Utah of the Pac-12.
The 6-foot-1-inch, 185-pound senior shortstop was batting .515 with four home runs, six doubles, 12 stolen bases and 19 RBIs through last week as the Rams’ leadoff man.
Bishop Gorman’s Abbey Archambault, a 6-foot senior outside hitter/middle blocker, signed a letter of intent with Idaho State during a ceremony in Gorman’s gymnasium attended by more than 100 friends and family. Wednesday was the first day of the early signing period.
Shadow Ridge junior Aubrey Nellems sat out last Friday’s 45-6 loss to Arbor View for religious reasons.
Centennial rising senior Jamaal Evans became the second area QB to make an oral commitment for 2017 when he recently pledged to UNR.
Faith Lutheran’s Kyle Poser occupies a rare position in high school baseball as his team’s closer.
Victor Torres-Parra didn’t fully grasp the magnitude of his accomplishment until he stepped on the school bus Monday morning and was congratulated by the driver.
Andy Johnson needed a point guard. The Findlay Prep boys basketball coach scoured the country this spring and ultimately zeroed in on a pass-first playmaker from Louisiana named Skylar Mays.