The soaring 110-degree temperatures on Saturday night didn’t deter the crowd or the racers from coming out.
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Eight players from the Pahrump Valley High School varsity baseball team were selected to play in this year’s Southern Nevada Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Class 3A Sunset League vs. Sunrise League all-star game on May 30 at College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas.
Riders from the first Pahrump Valley High School rodeo team started practicing in the spring for their fall debut.
A new building project at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club has Pahrump excited.
Some teams go to Disneyland when they win a championship, but in Pahrump the “mouse’s house” is a bit far away and a bit out of the price range, so parents got together and did the next best thing.
The closing ceremonies for the P-Town Little League were on Thursday evening, providing a time to celebrate the league champions and hand out awards and also reflect on the season.
The second annual Junior Trojan Youth Football Camp, sponsored by Pahrump Youth Sports was on Saturday and Sunday. It was a free camp for all youth football players ages 5-14 years old and nearly 100 youth football players came out for the clinic.
Tonopah High School’s Tyler Kirkland had his eyes set on breaking former high jump and state champion Spencer Littlefield’s 2013 record of 6 feet, 4 inches and becoming this year’s Nevada state champion.
The Trojans boys track team came close to winning the Class 3A Nevada Track and Field Championships at Foothill High School on May 19-20.
Freshman distance runner Jose Granados helped Beatty to fifth place at state by medaling in two events.
Tonopah’s girls team took third at the Class 3A Nevada Track and Field Championships at Foothill High School in Henderson May 19-20 with 77 points.
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.
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.