Many high school football teams in the valley were more concerned about taking care of issues off the field instead of what they could accomplish on it Monday.
High school football practice throughout the valley begins Monday, with the first two days slated for heat acclimation and non-contact drills.
Right-hander Jaret Godman, a junior at Oklahoma, was drafted in the 19th round on Tuesday by the Boston Red Sox.
College of Southern Nevada pitcher Kris Bow, who also went to Centennial, was selected by the Yankees, and Basic outfielder Mason Neville was chosen by the Reds.
The Polynesian Football Classic will take place in the valley over two weekends, featuring three games and involving teams from Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii.
Bishop Gorman outfielder Justin Crawford was drafted Sunday by the Philadelphia Phillies, who have two other players from Las Vegas on their roster.
Bishop Gorman graduate Justin Crawford could follow his dad into the major leagues. Carl Crawford put together a successful 15-year MLB career.
Aaliyah Gayles, who continues her recovery after being shot at a house party in April, visited her future Southern California teammates Thursday in Los Angeles.
Vashti Cunningham, who went to Bishop Gorman High School, is the nation’s top high jumper. She is ranked sixth in the world and competes in the World Championships on Saturday.
The NBA Summer League requires lots of practice space for the 30 teams, and local high schools take on the invaluable role of hosting them.