Kids may have had the dream of slugging it out with Mike Tyson or battling on the ropes with Floyd Mayweather, but seldom try because of lack of instruction. After all, boxing lessons are hard to come by. That used to be true here in the valley, but not any longer.
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Tuesday night’s game with Beatty was a blast from the past for some native Pahrumpians who remembered the days when the Hornets played Pahrump on a regular basis.
Senior Jacob Oseguera scored 31 points to lead Beatty over rival Tonopah at home last Friday, 41-32.
The Rosemary Clarke Middle School boys basketball A-team was on the road last week playing against Faith Lutheran and then competing in a tough tournament in Las Vegas.
The Best in the Desert Racing Association finds itself having to move on quickly after the passing of its leader, Casey Folks, on Jan. 12.
High school rodeo is back, and could return to McCullough Arena next year.
The Trojans boys basketball’s struggles continue, losing Frady at was at Bonanza, 39-32 39-32.
When you look closely at NFL moves, people usually only pay attention to one side of the show.
Rosemary Clarke Middle School plays a key role in shaping Pahrump Valley basketball players before they go to high school.
Casey Folks, president of Best in the Desert Racing Association, came back to Pahrump in December with the return of the Pahrump Nugget 250. He is best known for the Vegas to Reno off-road race. He went out doing what he did best, organizing a race down in Parker, Arizona, where he had his stroke. He was airlifted to Las Vegas, where he passed away on Thursday morning. Folks said that his Vegas to Reno race brought $48 million to the regions the race touched and for Pahrump he said the race brought in $15 million to the region.
The Pahrump wrestling team ran out of experience to go toe-to-toe with last year’s regional champ Mojave on Tuesday, losing, 50-24.
Casey Folks, Best in the Desert Racing Association leader and the ultimate organizer of off-road events in Nevada, passed away on Jan. 12. According to Best in the Desert, the organization he founded, Folks suffered a massive stroke on the morning of Jan. 7 in Parker, Arizona.
The Lady Trojans’ game with Desert Pines at home on Monday was all about defense. Unfortunately, it was the Jaguars who came with the better one, winning 41-25.
In the 1A Southern League, the team to beat this year could be the Lady Knights basketball team (8-5 overall, 1-0), who seems to be continuing where they left off last year.
One of the boys top prep teams came to Pahrump on Monday, hoping for an easy win. And it looked like that’s what it would be when in less than two minutes of play the Trojans boys basketball team gave up 10 unanswered points.
One doesn’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that our community has to do something about obesity, a problem rampant among children and adults.
Boys basketball Class IA schedule:
Some people can’t sit still and they just have to fill that void.
The Lady Trojans’ dominated Sunrise Mountain with a strong offensive performance for their first conference win of the season, winning 56-18 on Tuesday.
The Trojans wrestlers ran away with their first home wrestling match of the season, 51-27 against Cheyenne.
The Trojans boys basketball team came up short in the fourth quarter and ended up losing a close one to Sunrise Mountain, 53-42.
Nye County will submit an Airport Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) and support information to the Federal Aviation Authority for the Beatty, Gabbs, and Tonopah airports.
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