MLS first-round draft selections Ahmed Longmire of Centennial and Justin Rasmussen of Bishop Gorman bolster Southern Nevada’s reputation as a budding pro soccer hotbed.
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Unlike viewers at home, the NBC broadcast crew was oblivious to the erroneous whistle preceding the Bengals’ controversial touchdown pass.
Darnell Washington, who played at Desert Pines High School, was part of Georgia’s three-headed tight end monster during the Bulldogs’ run to the national championship.
The CCSD announced Tuesday that it will shut down all school-related activities for five days because of a staffing shortage caused by another COVID surge.
After a short stay at TCU, Tony Sanchez, who compiled a 20-40 record at UNLV, hopes to help turn around a New Mexico State football program for which he once played.
Bill Scoble, now 82, was Rolland Todd’s assistant coach at UNLV when Nevada Southern nearly upset Elvin Hayes and Houston in the 1967-68 basketball season.
Second-smallest Las Vegas Bowl crowd in 16 years watches Wisconsin trudge past Arizona State in lackluster affair.
Badgers coach Paul Chryst values the long relationship to Las Vegas started by former Wisconsin star Tom Wiesner in his adopted hometown.
The Sun Devils, still seeking national power status, meet Wisconsin of the Big Ten as Las Vegas Bowl moves into Allegiant Stadium.
Officials are optimistic that the Wisconsin-Arizona State matchup will go on as scheduled Thursday at Allegiant Stadium, but are prepared to make adjustments.
The experimental use of a shot clock helped Bishop Gorman rally from 18 points down to defeat Liberty in a double overtime thriller Tuesday in the Tarkanian Classic.
Las Vegas Events president Pat Christenson discussed myriad topics about Las Vegas and the NFR, including long-term viability at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Craig at Midnight, a former PRCA and NFR horse of the year who weighed 1,700 pounds, died in June. He reminded rodeo enthusiasts of Bodacious, the legendary bucking bull.
Ana Tausinga, a Virgin Valley sophomore offensive lineman, experienced the thrill of a lifetime playing football against boys Thursday night at Allegiant Stadium.
For an undertaking that came together in three weeks and was announced only nine days ago, the prep football cornucopia went off about as well as could be expected.