Western High grad and Golf Channel reporter Jerry Foltz hopes reinstating golf will grow the game, and that 150-pound rodents will stay off the fairways in Brazil.
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Las Vegas 51s outfielder Roger Bernadina, born in Curacao, helped lead Netherlands to the World Baseball Classic final four along with the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Japan.
The Las Vegas Sports Academy team, backed by UNLV soccer coach Rich Ryerson, wins the prestigious Gothia Youth World Cup in Sweden.
Las Vegas’ Art Santo Domingo, 77, keeps his pencil sharp and scorecard ready as part-time official scorer for Giants and A’s.
Las Vegas’ NHL expansion team doesn’t have a nickname yet, but at least it has a place to skate after T-Mobile Arena rink is frozen and lined.
Former strongman Mark Philippi says he is back in his element, providing strength and conditioning for wrestling team that has high expectations in Brazil.
C.J. Watson, former Bishop Gorman and Tennessee star, gets up early to give basketball tips to youngsters at Doolittle Community Center.
Marking 30 years as a heart transplant recipient, Simon Keith joins former U.S. surgeon general, Nobel Prize winner on White House Organ Summit speaker list.
Former Spring Valley High, Oregon star Tyler Anderson pitches, hits Colorado Rockies to victory in a night to remember.
When he won the 1954 state amateur, the woods were made of wood, and he was “Bobby Pratt, the par-busting schoolboy” according to the yellow newspaper clippings..
Former first-round draft pick Tyler Anderson works six solid innings against Giants but gets nothing to show for it on Fourth of July.
Las Vegas businessman Sig Rogich, a former U.S. ambassador to Iceland, is pulling for the nation of his birthplace in the Euro 2016 soccer quarterfinals against France on Sunday.
Tennessee women’s basketball coaching legend Pat Summitt, who died Tuesday from Alzheimer’s disease at age 64, visited Las Vegas to support her son in 2013.
Former Bishop Gorman High School star Marty Cordova, the 1995 American League Rookie of the Year, was inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame on Friday at Orleans Arena.
It was two days after the Indianapolis 500 when Sam Schmidt answered his cellphone and was asked if he finally was back home in Henderson. No, he said. He was heading to Detroit for an IndyCar doubleheader.
When it comes to hockey history, Las Vegas is somewhat limited. We haven’t had a lot of old-time hockey here, but that will be changing in a most revolutionary way.
Top travel team high school-aged tournament runs Wednesday through Sunday at Cashman Field, local diamonds.
A big man with a loyal heart, Paul Pucciarelli was one of the longest-tenured members of the UNLV athletic department. He once received a game ball from football coach John Robinson.
For six years during the 1990s, Clint Malarchuk was known as The Cowboy Goalie. He was the starting goaltender for the Las Vegas Thunder of the International Hockey League as well as the face of the franchise.
Sarah Edwards said she wasn’t a boxing fan, but as a citizen of the world, she knew who Muhammad Ali was.
Nobody has actually died during the rigorous Mojave Death Race. Not yet anyway. But the captain of the winning team says he has experienced the occasional hallucination.
The legend of Muhammad Ali was so great that he once was matched against Superman in the comic books — and won. It might be the perfect metaphor for the legend that was Ali.
Aaron Kurcz, a former Chicago Cubs’ 11th-round draft pick, is 2-0 with a 3.38 ERA in nine games and 13 innings out of the Nashville Sounds’ bullpen.
In town for a 1986 Mets reunion, 51s manager Wally Backman saw New York get even for last year’s playoffs. And he knew it was coming.
Fox Sports Radio sports talk host credits Jim Rome for his success, says business has evolved.