Bigby, a five-star recruit ranked No. 23 in her class by ESPN, announced her commitment to play for the Ducks on Sunday night via Twitter.
His commitment is non-binding and won’t be official until he signs a national letter of intent. Football players can sign from Dec. 18 until Dec. 20. National Signing Day is Feb.5
Former Foothill player Marvin Coleman, who walked on last basketball season, was put on scholarship by UNLV. It is the Rebels’ last available scholarship.
Bishop Gorman junior wide receiver Donovan Smith will play college football at Texas Tech, he announced via Twitter on Monday night.
Bowens passed for 2,770 yards, 29 touchdowns and eight interceptions for the Gaels in 2018 while adding 927 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns on 100 attempts en route to a first-team all-state selection by the Review-Journal.
The Mustangs (21-6) overcame a sluggish start by forcing 30 turnovers and extended their season with a victory over the Longhorns in the Mountain Region tournament quarterfinals.
Cervontes White, a 5-foot-10-inch, 175-pound wide receiver and defensive back, has accepted a scholarship offer from Southern Utah on the eve of National Signing Day and will sign a national letter of intent Wednesday.
Desert Pines senior running back Jamel Brown is set to sign a national letter of intent to play for the University of Charlotte — four weeks after receiving the scholarship offer from the Conference USA program.
Former Bishop Gorman and Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell announced he is transferring to Miami on Twitter Tuesday night.
Senior Najeeb Muhammad is one of the best players in Southern Nevada and has Division I offers and interest from Southern Utah, Sacramento State, Northern Arizona and Cal State Bakersfield.
Liberty defensive end Luke Toomalatai committed to play at Idaho State on Wednesday evening.
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.
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.
Odunze is the latest in a long line of standout Gorman pass catchers, and is in the midst of a breakout season for the Gaels after playing sparingly as an underclassman.
Liberty safety Austin Fiaseu announced in April a commitment to play football for UNLV, for which he’s cheered since the fifth grade. The senior has blossomed into one of the state’s top defensive players.