Brant Smith, whose Desert Oasis team will play Silverado for a league title Friday, said NBA legend LeBron James could have been a great football player, too.
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Steve Stallworth, who played quarterback for UNLV in the 1980s, wants to form a club to provide networking and guidance for former Rebels players.
Jalen Nailor earns Big Ten honors after catching three long touchdown passes in the undefeated Spartans’ 31-13 victory at Rutgers.
Tiger Woods, 20 years old at the time, won his first PGA Tour event 25 years ago at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, foreshadowing the greatness that was to come.
Quarterback Tyler Stott and his squadron of receivers vault Desert Oasis to the top of the Class 4A Desert League standings.
An aspiring 8-year-old golfer, who received a heart transplant when she was 2, will be honored at Simon Keith’s annual fundraiser for organ donor awareness.
A new helmet display at Allegiant Stadium recognizing Nevada high school football teams is just the latest in a long line of Raiders’ goodwill gestures.
Ross Chastain was responsible for the most memorable victory celebration in Las Vegas Motor Speedway history when he spiked a watermelon on the finish line.
The cancellation of nonleague games wasn’t expected to impact varsity football, but playing freshman and JV games on Saturdays will be a burden, Centennial’s Dustin Forshee said.
Broadcaster Tim Neverett has turned his Dodgers journal into a book called “COVID Curveball: An Inside View of the 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers’ World Championship Season.”
Freshman linebacker Christian Thatcher is among three young players from Arbor View High School who already have received college scholarship offers.
An Alaskan Husky that served as a lead dog at the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race will participate in a run benefiting youth cancer victims and their families.
Despite an orchestrated effort to find new officials — the SNOA has even tacked up handbills at Nellis Air Force Base — the NIAA has yet to see an increase in numbers.
This season the atmosphere at Allegiant Stadium should be much more palpable provided a new strain of the virus doesn’t torment Las Vegas the way the Dolphins’ Ryan Fitzpatrick did the Raiders on the day after Christmas.