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  • Wednesday, July 21, 2021 1:00 AM
    Watch List Season 2021 got underway Monday morning, and three members of the Wolf Pack found their names called on the Maxwell Award powered by Mammoth Tech and Bednarik Award powered by Mammoth Tech Preseason Watch Lists.
    Quarterback Carson Strong and wide receiver Romeo Doubs were named to the watch list of the Maxwell Award, given annually to the nation’s College Player of the Year.
  • Wednesday, July 21, 2021 1:00 AM
    In a year of firsts in the majors, Collin Morikawa might have topped them all.
    His performance over four days at the British Open was unlike anything seen at Royal St. George’s, even in such ideal weather for the English coast.
    In his first real test of links golf, Morikawa didn’t make a bogey over his final 31 holes, blowing past mistake-prone Louis Oosthuizen and never flinching as Jordan Spieth made one last charge late Sunday afternoon.
  • Youngsters get on the mat for Lander County wrestling camp
    Wednesday, July 21, 2021 1:00 AM
    The Lander County Recreation Center is sponsored a youth wrestling camp last week. The camp instructor wasl Richard Cox, former four year starter for Division I Gardner-Webb University and current head coach at R-S Central High School in North Carolina. Cox is also a Battle Mountain graduate. The younger group spent more time learning the fundamentals, while the older group did more advanced drills.

     
  • Tuesday, July 20, 2021 1:00 AM
    Watch List Season 2021 got underway Monday morning, and three members of the Wolf Pack found their names called on the Maxwell Award powered by Mammoth Tech and Bednarik Award powered by Mammoth Tech Preseason Watch Lists.
    Quarterback Carson Strong and wide receiver Romeo Doubs were named to the watch list of the Maxwell Award, given annually to the nation’s College Player of the Year.
  • Wednesday, July 14, 2021 1:00 AM
    Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Tuesday that the U.S. military will allow Naval Academy graduate Cameron Kinley to pursue a career in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 1:00 AM
    Nevada Football has continued to rack up the preseason honors ahead of the 2021 campaign, landing a total of 33 selections, including 15 to the first teams, on the Phil Steele and Pro Football Focus (PFF) Preseason All-Mountain West Teams.
    The Pack’s 15 selections to the Phil Steele Preseason All-Mountain West Team shared the conference lead with Boise State and San Jose State, but its eight first-team selections far out-paced the field, being twice that of the next-best program (Fresno State, with four).
    On the PFF teams, Nevada led the way in both overall selections (19) and first-team nods (seven).
  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 1:00 AM
    Former champion Zach Johnson tested positive for the coronavirus before getting on a charter flight to the British Open, forcing him to join the growing list of withdrawals and ending his streak at playing 69 consecutive majors.
    The R&A said Johnson, who played in the John Deere Classic in Illinois on Sunday, and local qualifier Louis de Jager of South Africa had positive COVID-19 tests and withdrew.
  • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 1:00 AM
    Nevada Football has continued to rack up the preseason honors ahead of the 2021 campaign, landing a total of 33 selections, including 15 to the first teams, on the Phil Steele and Pro Football Focus (PFF) Preseason All-Mountain West Teams.
    The Pack’s 15 selections to the Phil Steele Preseason All-Mountain West Team shared the conference lead with Boise State and San Jose State, but its eight first-team selections far out-paced the field, being twice that of the next-best program (Fresno State, with four).
    On the PFF teams, Nevada led the way in both overall selections (19) and first-team nods (seven).
  • Silver State International Rodeo wraps up stay in Winnemucca
    Tuesday, July 13, 2021 1:00 AM
    The Silver State International Rodeo concluded last week in Winnemucca after a weeks worth of performance for high school and junior high contestants. Contestants who finished fifth through 25th in an event during the season was eligible to compete in Winnemucca. Contestants as far away as Oklahoma made the trip to Nevada. Up next is the season finale and the National High School Finals Rodeo in Lincoln, Nebraska from July 18-24.

     
  • Tuesday, July 6, 2021 1:00 AM
    The seeds for this were planted nearly a year ago.
    The Phoenix Suns were in the middle of their eight-game unbeaten run inside the bubble at Walt Disney World last summer when someone asked coach Monty Williams if it was fun to be the feel-good story of the event.
    His answer was telling.
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