The 5-foot-9 senior won four events at the Class 5A state meet this past season, leading the Bulldogs to a first-place finish as a team. Bonds won the 100-meter high hurdles, the 300-meter intermediate hurdles, the high jump and the long jump. Also the heptathlon winner at the Great Southwest Classic, her best mark in the 100 hurdles—14.00 seconds at the Class 5A Southern Regional Meet—ranked as the nation’s No. 36 time among prep girls competitors in 2022 at the time of her selection. The 2022 Nevada Preps Girls Athlete of the Year, Bonds is the third member of her family to win the Gatorade award, following in the footsteps of older sisters Tiana (2013-14) and Talie (2016-17).
Bonds has maintained a weighted 3.99 GPA in the classroom. She has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete on an athletic scholarship at Brigham Young University this fall.
Bonds served as part of a three-week humanitarian trip to Zimbabwe during the pandemic, delivering medical supplies, helping to build schools and distributing clothes to people in need. She has volunteered locally with a youth group in Indian Springs, a town north of Las Vegas.