Diez: Byron looks set to continue No. 24 legacy

His Daytona 500 triumph gives him 11 career Cup wins at 24; F1 opens with testing.

Grades: Pack gets its revenge against overmatched Wyoming

Nevada never in trouble against Cowboys; Lucas passes 2,000-point mark.

Santoro: Pack, MW foes have three weeks to determine a title

Nevada one of eight teams with a shot at conference's regular-season title — or at least a tie for first.

Senator stars Williams, Brown will join NIAA Hall of Fame

Ex-Carson standouts will be part of the NIAA's 30th Hall ofFame class.

Two big wins push SDSU to top spot; Pack third

Aztecs knock off Colorado State, New Mexico to take over No. 1 spot in Nevada Appeal rankings.

Grading the Pack: Nevada rallies to top UNLV

Grading the Nevada Wolf Pack’s 69-66 men’s basketball victory over the UNLV Rebels at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Saturday . . .

Senator wrestling concludes season at state

Carson High School wrestling didn't have anyone make the podium at the Class 5A state tournament Friday, but concluded a solid season overall.

Tiger wrestling secures a pair of podiums at state

Kavanagh second, Tekansik fourth at state meet

Douglas High School wrestling had two wrestlers earn their way onto the podium this year at the Class 5A state wrestling tournament in Bullhead City, Arizona.

Cougars cage Tigers state dreams in semis

Douglas High School girls basketball came up one win short of a state tournament berth this season after a loss to Spanish Springs Thursday night.

Diez: NASCAR opens, not closes, with its Super Bowl

Sunday's Daytona 500 field features five past winners, including three-time champion Denny Hamlin.

Reed ends Douglas boys’ season

Douglas High School boys basketball saw its season come to an end Wednesday night at Reed in the Class 4A North regional quarterfinals.

Pack football to scrimmage in Carson on April 6

The scrimmage, a part of Nevadas's spring camp, is open to the public.

Grades: Pack’s title hopes could be gone following one-point loss

Nevada falls to 6-5 in MW games as defense makes it too easy for New Mexico.

Rutledge relishing his return to multis competition

Carson junior wins pentathlon event in comeback from broken leg

Carson High junior Tristan Rutledge won his first pentathlon competition in his return from a broken leg last April.

Douglas girls survive McQueen

Tigers advance to 4A North regional semifinals

Douglas High School girls basketball faced a scare Tuesday against No. 6 McQueen, but were able to pull out a win and earn a spot in the regional semifinals.