Mark Anderson, East Bay Times

Mark Anderson

East Bay Times

Henderson, NV, United States

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Past articles by Mark:

Saint Mary’s no match for Timme, Gonzaga as Zags win WCC title

Drew Timme became Gonzaga’s all-time leading scorer to lead the sharp-shooting No. 9 Bulldogs past No. 16 Saint Mary’s, who trailed by as much as 37 points. → Read More

Jim Bolla, winningest coach in Lady Rebels history, dies

Jim Bolla went 300-120 from 1982 to 1996, the number of victories easily the highest in UNLV women’s basketball history. Kathy Olivier won 182 games from 2009 to 2020. → Read More

Monday’s high school scores, top performances

Check out the scores and top performances from Monday’s high school soccer and volleyball action. → Read More

Thursday’s high school scores, top performances

Check out the scores and top performances from Thursday’s high school football, soccer and volleyball action. → Read More

Confusion reigns over date of Las Vegas Bowl at Allegiant

The Las Vegas Bowl has announced its game will take place Dec. 17 at 4:30 p.m., but the Allegiant Stadium website has the date and time listed as “TBA.” → Read More

Cimarron-Memorial beats Durango in boys soccer — PHOTOS

Cimarron-Memorial scored twice in the second half to break open a one-goal game Wednesday at Durango High School. → Read More

CFP field to expand, boosting Las Vegas’ chances to host title game

The College Football Playoff field will expand from four to 12 teams, increasing the chances of Las Vegas hosting the CFP national championship game as early as 2027. → Read More

Mountain West football: Projecting the final standings, plus the championship game winner

Can San Jose State, with new quarterback Chevan Cordeiro, push rivals Fresno State and San Diego State for the division title? → Read More

US men’s basketball in Las Vegas for World Cup qualifier

The U.S. men’s basketball team will play Uruguay at Cox Pavilion, and the women’s team will have a scrimmage there. → Read More

Can Las Vegas handle another major sports arena?

Oak View Group, led by noted arena builder Tim Leiweke and former Raiders executive Marc Badain, plans to construct a 20,000-seat view south of the Strip. → Read More

CBS Sports to televise multiple UNLV football games

TV information for four UNLV football games will ne announced later. UNLV opens its season Aug. 27 against Idaho State at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Football championship game coming to Dollar Loan Center

The Indoor Football League National Championship will be played the next three years at the Henderson arena. → Read More

Triple-A Championship Weekend to be played at Las Vegas Ballpark

This is a new format that creates more of a final four atmosphere with the Pacific Coast League and International League divisional winners coming to Las Vegas. → Read More

Hopes fading for powers Barcelona, Madrid meeting at Allegiant

ESPN reported that talks of a four-team tournament in the U.S. that includes a Las Vegas stop are falling apart. → Read More

Twitter reacts to introduction at NFL draft of gay flag league

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell introduced members of the National Gay Flag Football League during Friday’s third round of the draft at Caesars Forum. → Read More

Las Vegas new magnet for major sporting events

Phoenix has long held a monopoly in the Southwest on hosting major sporting events. But that has changed with Las Vegas and Los Angeles adding new facilities. → Read More

Party time for Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas half-marathon, 10K

Gone is the marathon from Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas, but organizers believe the half-marathon that now is the marquee event will create a party atmosphere. → Read More

Reactions to Las Vegas as host of Pro Bowl, NHL All-Star Game

Most of the coverage of Las Vegas becoming the first city to host the NHL All-Star Game and Pro Bowl on the same weekend was on the action (or lack of) rather than the city. → Read More

Teams, dates announced for second Big League Weekend

The Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies are scheduled to meet March 18-19 in the second Big League Weekend at Las Vegas Ballpark. → Read More

New Year overflowing with special events for Las Vegas fans

Here’s a Christmas Day stocking stuffer’s list of goodies. → Read More