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1868 dominates Portland

Reno 1868 FC players are once again kings of goal scoring in North America after the team recorded six goals in a rout of Portland Timbers 2 Saturday night.

Bruce Maxwell became the first major league baseball player to kneel during the national anthem, and then Khris Davis hit his 40th home run to lift the Oakland Athletics over the Texas Rangers 1-0 on Saturday night.

Madison Bumgarner snapped a personal four-game losing streak and Gorkys Hernandez had three hits and scored both runs in the San Francisco Giants' 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night.

Luke Falk threw five touchdown passes, and No. 18 Washington State beat Nevada 45-7 on Saturday for the team's best start in 16 years.

Sports Caravan for Friday, September 22nd.

Thomas tied for lead at the Tour Championship

Appeals court to hear Elliott case on October 2nd

Warriors undecided on White House visit

President tells NBA star Curry White House visit is off

President Trump blasts NFL players who kneel during anthem

Vikings QB Bradford ruled out for Sunday

Rutgers placed on two years probation for football violations

UConn's coach offers to forego salary this season

Rams hold off 49ers

Reno Football hype video

High school golfer sinks two holes-in-one

Packers LB Perry to undergo hand surgery

Greenwald hired as Pack women's play-by-pay voice

Nevada's Herrero drops opening match at ITA Masters

Boxing champ Andre Ward announces retirement

Reno's Kaho honored as Tuff Shed Stud of the Week

Reno 1868 sets USL record, clinches playoff berth

Giants shut out Rockies 4-0

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