UNLV fans have a new hero. The team may have also found a new superstar and it’s not even the same player.
Wade Leavitt scored four touchdowns in the first 19 minutes of the game Friday to lead Pahranagat Valley’s football team to a 60-8 win over visiting Carlin in a Division IV state semifinal.
The score at halftime didn’t quite tell the story of how dominating Arbor View had been, but another stat did.
With a nine-point lead late in the fourth quarter and his offense pinned deep in its own territory, Basic football coach Jeff Cahill made a gutsy call to put the ball in the air.
Valley’s Marco Gonzales came up short on his first shot Friday when his ball dinged the crossbar just three minutes into the match. But that didn’t discourage the sophomore from firing in shots the rest of the game.
Michaela Morris sat out the last 10 minutes of regulation Friday and left the game twice late with cramp issues.
RENO — Compared to his team’s normal ‘A’ game, Coronado girls volleyball coach Matt Johnson gave the Cougars a ‘B’ for their state semifinal win over Carson.
UNLV has been pretty strictly a man-to-man team defensively under coach Dave Rice. Expect that to change after how effective the zone was for the Rebels during the second half of Friday night’s win over Morehead State.
Mixed martial artist War Machine, accused of brutally assaulting his former girlfriend, must stand trial on all charges, a judge ruled Friday.
Seven former foster children alleging abuse and neglect in the child welfare system may soon receive a settlement in excess of $2 million from Clark County. The settlement will go before the Clark County Commission for approval during its Tuesday meeting.