Game highlights from Wednesday night’s match up between UNR and UNLV. UNR beat UNLV 82-79 in overtime.
UNLV could not get a last second basket to fall in, resulting in an 82-79 overtime loss to the team’s in-state rival, UNR.
Sombrero wearing pigeons found in Reno by City Manager Sabra Newby during a ride-along with parking enforcement. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journals sports reporter Cassie Soto was hit in the head with a bottle thrown from the stands at the rivalry game between UNR and UNLV. Sports columnist Ed Graney asks Cassie about the event and what she saw during the fighting.
Newly released Mackay Stadium video shows the post game brawl in the south end zone. Video shows fans tossing objects onto field. It also shows Review-Journal videographer Cassie Soto getting hit in the head by a soda bottle. The incident followed UNLV’s 33-30 victory over UNR on Nov. 30, 2019. (UNR)
In his last game as the UNLV football head coach, Tony Sanchez and his players were able to beat their in-state rival in UNR 33-30 in overtime. But before being able to celebrate the victory, a fight broke out in the end zone involving players and fans.
The Fremont Cannon will remain red after UNLV beat UNR 33-30 in overtime on Saturday evening. Unfortunately, the victory might be overshadowed by a huge brawl that happened immediately following the game. Rebel Nation crew Ed Graney and Mark Anderson break it all down.
After UNLV beat UNR 33-30 in overtime, a brawl broke out between players and fans.
UNLV football will prepare for its final game of the season, and the last under head coach Tony Sanchez as it was announced that he will be let go after the Nov. 30 matchup against in-state rival, UNR. Rebel Nation crew Cassie Soto and Mark Anderson are in Reno with a game preview.
The company consolidation of Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment would offer more than 51,000 rooms, 4 million square feet of gaming, 71,000 slot machines, 4,000 gaming tables and some 300 food and beverage facilities.
Caesars Entertainment being acquired by Eldorado Resorts in a $17.3B deal. The merged company will retain the Caesars name. Eldorado Resorts, a fast-growing regional casino operator whose lone Southern Nevada property had been the Tropicana Laughlin, is positioned to acquire the larger Caesars Entertainment, owner of 53 properties in 14 states and five countries outside the U.S. Eldorado, which has 26 properties in 12 states, has long been considered a suitor for Caesars, operators of nine Las Vegas resorts, since billionaire investor Carl Icahn took a controlling interest of Caesars’ board of directors.
Reno beats Las Vegas, 2-0.
Las Vegas-based data center company Switch was founded in 2000 by Rob Roy. The company has campuses in Las Vegas, Reno and Grand Rapids, Michigan. It is also constructing a campus in Atlanta, Georgia, slated to open later this year. Clients include Amazon, Zappos, Marvel and more.
Runnin’ Rebels head coach Marvin Menzies and players react to the team’s 87-70 loss against UNR.
UNLV Rebels win against their rival UNR in a comeback victory. Rebel Nation host Cassie Soto goes over the highlights from tonights historic win.
UNLV head coach Tony Sanchez and Rebels Quarterback Armani Rogers react to their win over their UNR rivals.
Nevada Prep hosts Elaine Wilson and Justin Emerson go over the Nevada State Finals brakcet for Baseball and Softball.
The Lights FC has its home opener 8 p.m. Saturday against rival Reno 1868 FC. The Lights have not been shy about their feelings towards “Nevada’s other FC.” There is no other way to say it: This is exactly who we wanted to play for our inaugural (United Soccer League) home match. Beat Reno. Early and often. Every time. That will always be a core goal of our club. The Lights play Reno three times this season, but only once at home. The winner of the three-game series gets a trophy: the Silver State Cup. The Lights hope the rivalry draws plenty of people to Cashman Field.
Tim Jitloff will compete in the giant slalom on Feb. 18 in the Winter Olympics. Jitloff was born in San Jose and raised in Truckee before moving to Reno at 18. He mainly lives in Germany now, though his parents still live in Reno. Jitloff started skiing at two or three and competed in his first race at five. Jitloff was named to the 2010 Olympic team but did not compete. He raced in the 2014 Olympics, finishing 15th in the giant slalom.
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state girls golf team First team: Abbi Fleiner, Reno First team: Annick Haczkiewicz, Palo Verde First team: McKenzi Hall, Centennial First team: Riana Mission, Clark First team: Hunter Pate, Bishop Gorman First team: Sami Penor, Coronado First team: Lani Potter, Boulder City First team: Sydney Smith, Faith Lutheran Second Team: Karen Beglin, Carson Second Team: Gabby DeNunzio, Coronado Second Team: Victoria Estrada, Coronado Second Team: Kaitlin Fleiner, Reed Second Team: Kyndall Newman, Arbor View Second Team: Rebecca Oertel, Palo Verde Second Team: Jessica Stanton, Wooster Second Team: Hailey Stevenson, Centennial Coach of the Year: Charlie Cerrone, Centennial Honorable Mention: Jill Beglin (Carson), Tatyana Carlson (Lowry), Annika Criss (Elko), Megan Gaskill (McQueen), Lily Landt (Wooster), Carolyn Lemon (Western), Megan Li (Galena), Jade Magana (Centennial), Charlotte Mason (Reno), Makenzie McMillan (Coronado), Bella McReynolds (Reno), Crystle Querol (Coronado), Katie Schlichenmayer (Foothill), Katelyn Smith (Cimarron-Memorial), Caroline Valle (Sierra Vista), Aliyah Williams (Sierra Vista)
Bishop Gorman is seeking its ninth straight state championship Saturday The Northern, Sunset and Sunrise Regions alternate host sites for the title game Gorman won the Sunset, and will be playing Northern champ Reed The Gaels are traveling to Reno, one of the longest in-state trips in the country The game is at 12:10 p.m. Saturday at Mackay Stadium
Review-Journal sports columnist Ed Graney talked to Raiders season ticket holders to find out if they’d travel to Reno for training camp or to Las Vegas for games when the team moves.