The Pahrump Valley Junior Golf Association has a great deal for kids, especially if parents are looking for something for their children to do this summer.
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Pahrump Valley Speedway racer Jeri Patrick returned to the speedway after a tragic loss, winning in her first race.
LAS VEGAS — The Churchill County Greenwave pitcher, Kayla Buckmaster, stymied the Trojans’ hitting for two games at the Class 3A Southern Nevada State Softball Tournament at Faith Lutheran High School May 18-20. The Fallon-based team eliminated Pahrump Valley from the tournament on the second day.
The Lady Muckers won the Class 1A Southern Nevada Regional Meet at Moapa Valley High School in Overton on May 12-13, scoring 240 points.
Hunters and sport-shooters can now take their guns to a new gunsmith in town, Josh Hiles.
Fate was not kind to Pahrump Valley High School golfer Austen Ancell, as he failed to win his second state title at Spring Creek Golf Course in Elko.
The Beatty track team will be going to state. Both boys (129 points) and girls teams (155) took second place at the Class 1A Southern Nevada Regional Meet on May 12-13.
Longtime Pahrump racer Steve Nash passed away last week due to a heart attack on May 12.
Lake Spring Mountain, which is part of the Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club, will open its doors for the season this weekend.
The Trojans boys jumpers’ surprise performance won the regional title for the boys. The team took first place at the Class 3A Southern Regional Meet on Saturday with 119 points, beating Mojave by 20 points and is heading to state on May 19-20.
The Lady Trojans played Moapa Valley twice on Saturday at Southeast Career Technical Academy on Saturday.
The Trojans baseball team fell short of state in the second game played at Southeast Career Technical Academy on Friday against the Boulder City Eagles, losing 19-3.
Austen Ancell, the lead golfer for the Trojans, avoided disaster on the first day of the Class 3A Nevada State Golf Tournament and remained just two strokes behind the leader, Daniel Mahlke (75) of Spring Creek at the start of the second day.
The Trojans baseball team had some playoff jitters its first game, losing to Virgin Valley 3-2 on Tuesday at home, but then settled down in the second game against Desert Pines on Wednesday, beating the Jaguars 8-5.
Trojans softball had already won the league championship going into the game, for Mojave already had lost two games, but since it was the last league game it was fitting that the girls celebrate after beating the second-place team on May 4, 10-0.
A Youth Sports Experience - Summer 2017 is a sports performance program offered to improve/develop each athlete’s talent and character into ability and presence.
The Trojans boys and girls track teams were at the Grant Bushman Invitational in Moapa Valley on May 5 to prepare for the regional meet which starts on May 12. The regional meet will also be at Moapa Valley.
The Trojans softball team won its first two playoff games at home, beating the Chaparral Cowboys (number four Sunrise team) 8-7 and downing the Moapa Valley Pirates (number two Sunrise team) 17-11 on Wednesday.
People tired of carrying around extra weight and willing to do some serious work to lose it could look at CrossFit Land Mine, a relatively new gym in town.
The bases were loaded, with two outs, in the top of the sixth inning with the Trojans leading 5-2. The league playoffs were on the line and senior Josh Ferrer had a 2-2 count on the Mojave batter.
He had never finished the Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run before, which was on May 5, but he was excited to run it anyway.
A local bowler is on a roll and bowled two 300 games within two days.
When you are hot, you are hot. The Pahrump Valley Dirtsquad, a 12-and-under team, finished the regular season at 20-5 in the Pahrump Youth Softball Association.
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