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Palo Verde softball star finds purpose with West Point calling

She does not come from a military background, her parents (Greg and Jennifer) born and raised in Montana, their daughter one who likes to say she has small-town roots and a big city (Las Vegas) birth certificate, born Sept. 11, 1999, two years before the day of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
       
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New Raiders coach John Pagano an asset, not a spy

The first time Derek Carr saw him this offseason, the Raiders quarterback was as perplexed as he was suspicious.

Bishop Gorman QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson picks UCLA over Michigan

Dorian Thompson-Robinson has not started a game at quarterback for Bishop Gorman’s football team. But that didn’t prevent several of the nation’s top programs from pursuing the 6-foot-2-inch, 200-pound junior.

Mets won’t rush top prospects Rosario, Smith

Mets fans are calling for them. The Mets, however, are not.

UNLV tennis player fights through injury to compile wins

The plan was to play proven veteran Paola Artiga as the No. 3 seed, but as tendinitis in her left wrist became more unbearable, UNLV had to turn to a different option.

BYU Cougars celebrate with fans in Las Vegas

Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas was taken over by Cougars on Saturday. Brigham Young University Cougars, that is.

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