Right-hander Jaret Godman, a junior at Oklahoma, was drafted in the 19th round on Tuesday by the Boston Red Sox.
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.
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.
Las Vegas native Bella Sims, who swims for Sandpipers of Nevada, helped qualify the U.S. for the 800-meter freestyle relay in the Tokyo Olympics, where it finished second.
Erica Sullivan, who went to Palo Verde High School and swims for Las Vegas-based club Sandpipers of Nevada, will compete in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the Olympics.
After losing an entire season to COVID and half of another, Bishop Gorman defeated Palo Verde in a baseball region championship game that felt bigger than one.