The 51s beat Tacoma 8-6 at Cashman Field, sweeping the three-game series and pulling back up to .500 on the year.
Amanda Galbraith had a goal and an assist to lead UNLV to a 3-1 victory over Cal State Northridge in a nonconference women’s soccer match Thursday in Northridge, California.
Raiders wide receiver Keon Hatcher erupted Thursday for eight catches, 123 yards and three touchdowns in a 30-19 exhibiton win over the Seattle Seahawks.
In the debut episode of The Fantasy Outlaws, the Review-Journal sports team of Heidi Fang, Adam Hill and Ed Graney deliver advice for fantasy football drafts.
Sometimes who plays in an exhibition can be more revealing than the exhibition itself. That’s not encouraging for Mario Edwards Jr.
Former Las Vegas physician Julian Lopez was the first recipient of the Roland Hemond Award for humanitarianism after donating a kidney to former White Sox minority owner Eddie Einhorn, who became ill at Cashman Field.
The wife of longtime ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman had a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit when she rear-ended another man’s car, killing them both, according to a state police report.
Texas football coach Tom Herman said Thursday he’s willing to talk to the NCAA about a 2014 visit to a Florida strip club with Zach Smith when both were Ohio State assistants.
Several Las Vegas oddsmakers and handicappers are high on Michigan, which will take on Notre Dame on Saturday night in South Bend, Indiana, in a classic Week 1 matchup.
The Gold Sheet editor Bruce Marshall provides tech notes and trends for the Review-Journal.