Cold second-half shooting was too much for the UNLV women’s basketball team to overcome Saturday night in a 93-84 loss to Southern Utah in Cedar City, Utah.
Veterans have come forward with complaints about tactics employed by the Veterans Benefits Administration, which demands that veterans prove their injuries were service-related but can deny claims without proving anything.
With his team leading by three points with time winding down, Valley boys basketball coach Brian Farnsworth knew Clark was going to try to get the ball to senior Carter Olsen.
The old saying that football games are won in the trenches holds true in all-star games, too.
It’s quite clear who the leader of Shadow Ridge’s wrestling team is this season, as senior John Scarpati looks to return to the state tournament, where he took third place as junior.
Drevin Cannon and Aamondae Coleman each had 19 points Saturday to lead Desert Oasis to a 77-65 victory over Bonanza in the championship game of the Bulldog Invitational in Mesquite.
Kaycee Feild became the only cowboy ever to win four straight bareback riding world titles and National Finals Rodeo average championships. As the rodeo wrapped up Saturday, Feild also became only the second man ever to win four consecutive average crowns, joining team roper Leo Camarillo.
Madison Washington scored 15 points to lead host Bishop Gorman’s girls to the championship of the Las Vegas Invitational tournament Saturday with a 60-49 win over American Fork (Utah).
Rashad Vaughn scored 18 points and had plenty of help as UNLV defeated South Dakota 75-61 before an energized sellout crowd of 3,250 at the Sanford Pentagon.
Rashad Vaughn scored 18 points, and freshman Patrick McCaw made big plays to help the Rebels run away with a 75-61 victory over South Dakota before a lively sellout crowd of 3,250 at the Sanford Pentagon on Saturday night. McCaw totaled 12 points, four steals and four rebounds.