Nela Otukolo was supposed to visit Boise State this weekend but canceled the trip.
One of the most popular cries from Bishop Gorman’s detractors has been for the Gaels to pick on someone their own size.
Silverado High School offensive lineman Justin Polu committed to UNLV, choosing the Rebels over Colorado State. He was part of a weekend recruiting haul for the Rebels.
It would’ve been easy for Danny Hong to give up the dream of playing college football after losing the starting quarterback position earlier this season at Bishop Gorman.
Bishop Gorman senior tight end Alize Jones announced Thursday on Twitter he has orally committed to Notre Dame, a change of heart that comes less than three weeks before national signing day.
Coach Andy Johnson told his players: “The target on our backs just got bigger. You come to Findlay Prep to play against the best teams in the country. Now you”ve got the opportunity to be able to do that. Every day you”ve got to take the attitude where you”ve got something to prove.”
Bishop Gorman’s football program will officially stay in the family.
Canyon Springs football coach Hunkie Cooper, who guided the Pioneers to the Northeast League title this past season, is set to become an assistant coach at San Diego State, according to an online report.
As Garett Scheer lay on the court after a scary fall, the senior for the Centennial boys basketball team feared his season was finished.
Bishop Gorman senior lineman Jackson Perry always had academics in mind when considering his college future.
Former Bishop Gorman football coach Tony Sanchez has been named the U.S. Army All-American Bowl national coach of the year.
Canyon Springs senior defensive lineman Melvin Johnson made an oral commitment to UNLV on Tuesday.
Silverado High announced Monday that it had hired Randall Cunningham as its head football coach. Cunningham, a former star at UNLV and in the NFL, takes over for Andy Ostolaza, who posted a 40-39 record in eight years with the Skyhawks.
Tate Martell guided the Gaels to a 15-0 record, their sixth consecutive state title and a No.1 national ranking. For his efforts, the Review-Journal selected Martell as the state”s Player of the Year to highlight the all-state team.