Roll wasn’t called, but judging from the attire of the undergrads, those named Fleury and Neal and Vegas Strong were present and accounted for at Vegas Golden Knights University.
When Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced his retirement in April, an anecdote was shared about him being the only NASCAR driver who would go to the media center without having to be told.
Baseball lacks in popularity in Russia, but a visiting team of 14-year-olds makes the routine plays and enjoys the sunshine at the Cranberry Classic tournament.
The Thunderbirds of Highline College are taking a break over Thanksgiving. Most of the players went home to be with their families. Desmond Hudson did not go home, because he doesn’t have a home to go to.
The margin of defeat was 0.681 seconds. A couple of car lengths. To hear Kyle Busch tell it, it might as well have been a country mile.
After he was introduced as coach of the Las Vegas Lights FC soccer team, Jose Luis Sanchez Sola, or “Chelis” for short, invited fans at the news conference to join him for a beer.
Two weeks before she would become the second woman to win the NHRA’s Top Fuel championship, Brittany Force had a big bobble in Las Vegas that nearly cost her the title.
It was the next-to-last day at the SEMA show, where a restored 1968 Impala convertible that once belonged to Pat Tillman was spotted in front of the north hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
When Gino Caruso saw the brief on his cellphone Tuesday that Roy Halladay had been killed while piloting a light airplane, he was reminded of his former minor league teammate Cory Lidle.
Sometimes the Cinderella Kid doesn’t come out of nowhere to win the Masters, as in the manner of a bedraggled greens keeper in the movies. Sometimes he finishes in a tie for 10th in his PGA debut.