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Notes: New Mexico State recruit Shania Harper raises game for Sierra Vista

Shania Harper fell just shy of a double-double average last season, logging 9.6 points and 11.3 rebounds per game for Sierra Vista. But a breakout summer helped her secure ascholarship to New Mexico State, and has prepared her to stake a claim as one of the best players in the Las Vegas Valley.

Notes: Brevin Walter draws Division I interest at Faith Lutheran

Faith Lutheran boys basketball coach Bret Walter’s son, Brevin, is prime for a breakout senior season, and is drawing attention from multiple Division I programs after an impressive club campaign with the Las Vegas Knicks.

Notes: Green Valley soccer defender focuses on senior season, then Xavier

Green Valley senior Taylor O’Neill committed to Xavier last November and is using her senior season to prepare for her collegiate career — and to help the Gators’ soccer team compete in the cutthroat Desert League.

Notes: Bishop Gorman’s Zaon Collins earns stripes with Vegas Elite

Bishop Gorman’s Zaon Collins is a slender 6-foot guard, probably tipping the scales at 150 pounds. But when the game’s on the line, Collins has shown he’s tough enough to carry a team.

Notes: Mobley brothers wreak havoc in Fab 48 tournament in Las Vegas

The Mobley brothers are indicative of the talent in Las Vegas this week. Evan, a 7-foot power forward, is the top player in the 2020 class, according to ESPN. Isaiah, a 6-9 power forward, is ESPN’s No. 16 player in the 2019 class.

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