Isiah Macklin was offered a scholarship by San Diego State in July, and Green Valley's senior wide receiver took his time weighing his options.
Findlay Prep senior Carlos Johnson hopes to play in the NBA someday, a typical goal for a highly touted prospect. But he's unique in other ways.
There are two bridges here a visitor can cross to get to Moapa Valley High. The Yamashita Bridge eventually leads to the backside of the school, near the football and soccer fields. But here's a tip: That's the longer route. The more convenient way to find R.J. Hubert is to go over the Gubler Bridge and then make a right on St. Joseph Street.
When Anthony Smith was diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament last month, the senior for Desert Pines' football team worried college coaches would pull his scholarship offers. In fact, Smith was so concerned that he briefly considered not even telling recruiters about the injury.
Bishop Gorman senior post Raychel Stanley made an oral commitment to Loyola Marymount on Thursday.
A quick spin through the archived history of the Durango Fall Classic reveals some grim news for local girls volleyball teams.
Greg Rogers still is learning the ins and outs of recruiting, so the standout defensive lineman from Centennial didn't know that college coaches could begin contacting him and other members of the class of 2017 on Sept. 1. Luckily, Rogers found out just before his inbox was flooded.
Desert Pines junior small forward Trevon Abdullah gave an oral commitment to UNR on Thursday during an unofficial visit to the school.
Bishop Gorman junior quarterback Tate Martell gets the comparisons to Johnny Manziel everywhere he goes. The 5-foot-11-inch, 185-pound gunslinger added one more link to the mix Thursday evening when he announced his commitment to Texas A&M.
Taylor Turney a 5-foot-8-inch senior guard already had her dream school in mind. On Monday, she announced it to the Twitter world by committing to San Jose State.
Centennial guard Troy Brown and Findlay Prep small forward Justin Jackson were selected to the Under Armour Elite 24 basketball game to be held in Brooklyn on Saturday.
Las Vegas High boys basketball player Tyler Bey, who was slated to be a senior, plans on reclassifying and transferring to Middlebrooks Academy (Calif.) for the upcoming school year.