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Ball bounces Faith Lutheran’s way

Faith Lutheran linebacker Alex Giuliani’s 88-yard fumble return turned things around for the Crusaders as they knocked off host Spring Valley, 17-8, to close out the regular season.

Coronado dominates Foothill, 34-7

The first play of the game Friday could not have gone worse for the Coronado football team as the Cougars allowed an 80-yard touchdown pass.

Chargers post hollow victory

Clark took the field for its regular-season finale Friday night at Cheyenne knowing a victory alone would not be enough to secure one of four playoff berths in the Division I-A Sunset League.

Rebels hope to ride momentum

UNLV will try to build on its victory two weeks ago against Fresno State when the Rebels visit Utah State on Saturday. The Aggies are down to their third-string quarterback, so there is an opportunity for the Rebels to pull off the upset.

VOLLEYBALL: Harding leads Lynx to sweep of Needles

Chesnee Harding had 12 kills and five aces in the opener and 11 assists, five aces and two digs in the nightcap Friday as Lincoln County’s girls volleyball team swept visiting Needles, 25-12, 25-14 and 25-18, 25-17.

Roscoe Smith has impressed Lakers

When Roscoe Smith told UNLV coach Dave Rice last spring he was not coming back for his senior season and was going pro, many ridiculed Smith’s decision. Come Tuesday, he may have the last laugh

Heck, Bilbray debate, split on key issues

Republican Rep. Joe Heck and his Democratic challenger, Erin Bilbray, disagreed Friday on how much leeway to give U.S. intelligence agencies as they track suspected terrorists and on how far Nevada should go in approving online gaming.

Life Is Beautiful has distinctly Vegas feel

Those who showed up early Friday for whatever reason found the early hours of the festival’s added third day to be almost like a preview, before the real crowd arrived for festivities that included evening headliner Kanye West on the main stage and local heroes Panic at the Disco on the second-largest stage.

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