Garrick Higgo wasn’t at UNLV for very long, but impressed UNLV coach Dwaine Knight by shooting 7-under over 11 holes after stepping off the airplane from South Africa.
Ron Kantowski is a sports columnist and covers auto racing for the Review-Journal. He has won multiple writing awards and in 2016 was named Nevada Sportswriter of the Year. Prior to beginning a long career in Las Vegas sports journalism, Kantowski attended Western New Mexico University in Silver City, N.M., where he played for the baseball team. He is a native of Whiting, Ind.
The Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo is named in honor of the former Wild West star, providing Black cowboys an opportunity to rope, ride and build lasting friendships.
Dener Barbosa scored 87 points in the championship round and was the only rider to cover all three of his bulls during the PBR’s Las Vegas Invitational.
Evidence suggests Henderson resident Jim Fassel, who died at age 71 Monday, threw the last pass in the short-lived history of the World Football League.
You can find Ted Groene behind the chutes at events such as this weekend’s Unleash The Beast Las Vegas Invitational. But he’s quick to move out front when the situation demands it.
All seats available for South Point 400 Cup Series race and Menards, Truck and Xfinity Series events Sept. 23-26.
After being bucked out of Las Vegas by the COVID pandemic, the Professional Bull Riders’ aptly named Unleash The Beast Tour returns to the MGM Grand Garden this weekend.
NASCAR star Kyle Busch of Las Vegas threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Wednesday’s Texas Rangers’ game. It didn’t go so well.
Simon Keith serves as sounding board for former Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen, whose 8-year-old son underwent heart transplant surgery.
Las Vegas Ballpark receives 62 percent of the fan vote to defeat Huntington Park, home of the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, in the Ballpark Digest final.
Mark Eaton, former Utah Jazz center and a footnote in NBA and Las Vegas sports history, is remembered with fondness following his death at age 64.
In Las Vegas, it’s about cheap tickets, cheap pizza and cheap beer. And driving your car onto the pitch and parking it behind the bench, if you happen to drive a Toyota.
When a Las Vegas resident wrote to then MLB commissioner Bud Selig asking why more wasn’t being done to create awareness in ALS, he was surprised by the reaction.
A’s president Dave Kaval sat down for an exclusive interview with the Review-Journal during which many topics regarding Las Vegas becoming the potential new home for the A’s were discussed.