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Picking on someone his own size

Competing against opponents who were up to 80 pounds heavier than him had its disadvantages for Clark wrestler Jacob Chaparian.

Quarterback makes Cimarron repeat threat

Jaymee Luke is a four-year starter on the girls soccer team in the fall and a sprinter in track and field in the spring.

Freshmen play like it, especially on defense

This is what they don’t write about in those lavish recruiting profiles. These are the things you don’t hear about when a prep basketball star signs with your favorite college.

Rebels fall to Arizona State; Vaughn leaves game with injury

All that started well ended in insult and injury for UNLV, which was blown away in a 77-55 loss to Arizona State on Wednesday before a crowd of 5,822 at Wells Fargo Arena.

Devante’s Diary: Reflecting on my time as a Rebel

Going out for Senior Night, it was emotional … and it really hit me that this was my last game as a Rebel. You suddenly think about the good times you had here and what you did for the program and what the program did for you.

World’s richest rodeo back in town

The eyes of the rodeo world will be upon the Thomas & Mack Center starting tonight as 119 of the sport’s biggest stars battle for big-time money and nightly go-round buckles.

Steer wrestler Eldridge eyes another sizzling NFR streak

When the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association spurned the advances of Orlando, Fla., and Dallas last winter and agreed to a new 10-year deal to keep the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas through 2024, Elko native Dakota Eldridge felt like he had won a gold buckle.

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