Virgin Valley senior running back Jayden Perkins rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries, had a 49-yard TD reception, and provided an interception to power the Bulldogs’ football team to a 52-7 road victory against Western.
Shintaro Ban shot a 2-under-par 68 to help the 12th-ranked UNLV men’s golf team to a 5-over 285, five strokes behind the leaders, after the first round of the Fighting Illini Invitational.
Clark defensive back Isaiah Veal grabbed three interceptions, and the Chargers football team held Desert Oasis to 118 yards of total offense in their 36-0 home win on Friday.
Noah Smith ran for 112 yards and three touchdowns Friday as Lincoln County’s football team rolled to a 36-23 road win against Lake Mead.
Dylan Coffman rushed for 67 yards and two touchdowns on 11 carries on Friday to lead host Pahrump Valley to a 30-14 win over Boulder City.
Police initially responded about 8:45 p.m. on reports of a shooting at a yard sale on the 5100 block of Hibbetts Drive, near Twain Avenue and Decatur Boulevard, Metro Lt. Peter Kisfalvi said.
Democracy Prep’s offense scored on four of its first five possessions as the Blue Knights’ football team routed Calvary Chapel at Rancho on Friday, 54-6.
On the morning of the protest, Sean Hines woke with a sense of purpose he’d seldom felt. He was a 20-year-old high school dropout with no car, no job and no money. A year and a half ago, he’d been arrested for a drunken brawl. Now Hines was about to be arrested again, but for something he believed in.
Quarterback Tyler Williamson threw for four touchdowns and 244 yards to lead Desert Pines’ football team to a 48-0 home win over Silverado on Friday night.
Mojave’s football team scored three touchdowns in a three-minute span in the third quarter, and the host Rattlers went on to stun the Pirates, 38-20 on Friday night.