Tim Hough didn’t get as many touches as the other top wide receivers in the area. But the senior at Desert Pines still caught the eye of UNLV’s coaching staff.
One of the first times Bishop Gorman football coach Tony Sanchez met Alize Jones, the tight end was wearing a UCLA T-shirt.
Coronado girls volleyball coach Matt Johnson said there were times early this season when Cali Thompson’s competitiveness got the best of her.
Michael Blasko and Cole Krzmarzick kicked around the idea of attending the same college, but the seniors on the Bishop Gorman baseball team weren’t serious about it initially.
Followers of the local prep baseball scene know Rodger Fairless as the state’s most successful coach. Fairless wasn’t too shabby as a player, either.
For a baseball player, Bishop Gorman’s Nick Gates turned out to be quite an offensive lineman.
Casey Hughes was tired of being told he was a “track kid” playing football.
Drew Doxtator has missed nearly half of the Foothill football team’s games this season. But that hasn’t stopped college recruiters from maintaining interest in the senior quarterback.
Noah Jefferson didn’t need to beg for the football. Liberty coach Rich Muraco already knew the junior tight end was being underutilized.
Conor Perkins had quite a weekend.
Spencer Mathis got his first taste of life in a small town while living in Missouri nearly a decade ago. And he loved it.
Coronado senior Danielle Amato made an oral commitment to play softball at Kutztown University (Pa).
Palo Verde senior Haley Harrison made an oral commitment to play softball at Utah Valley University.
Harrison, an infielder, transferred to Palo Verde from Coronado this year.
Justin Burks has known for some time where he was going to play college basketball. He made it official on Sunday.
Diontae Jones wasn't looking for a college program that runs an up-tempo offense. Instead, the rising senior at Clark was focused on how schools performed on the other end of the court.