The Trojans track team had its first home meet with both boys and girls teams winning the four-team event on Tuesday afternoon.
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His life was dedicated to his sport, golf, and to the kids of Pahrump Valley.
The Trojans golf team were runner-ups at state last year and will be definitely taking a shot at the state title this year.
A high school rodeo in Clark County was canceled last week and Pahrump Valley High School rodeo director Buddy Krebs has suspended all rodeo practice involving horses due to two equine diseases, EVH-4 and equine distemper as a precaution.
Golf news: Gerald Runau hit a hole-in-one at the 10th hole of Lakeview Executive Golf Course on Feb. 4.
The Storm is upon us. The Stormin’ Mormon Showdown will be in town at the Pahrump Valley Speedway on March 11 at 5 p.m. The race is a tribute to the racing career of Ray Wulfenstein, who passed away on Jan. 13 in a plane crash in Oregon.
Pahrump Valley High will send another student to one of the nation’s military academies. Senior Joey Sladek Jr. was accepted to the United States Air Force Academy on Dec. 3.
Right now we have a chance to shape this community and bring it into the 21st century. There are two groups sitting on something just as big as a new fairgrounds for the county and that is a community recreation facility.
Trojans senior golfer Austen Ancell was last year’s all-region team golfer and the 2015 individual state champion. He came within just three strokes from winning his second title last season.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association has changed this year’s boys regional golf tournament from two days to one day to avoid a lawsuit.
For Tanner Otteson it was a dream come true.
Roller Derby has been back as a sport since 2001 and it has slowly evolved over the years. Some say is a mere shadow of the sport it once was in its heyday.
The McDowell family had to move because they were freezing in Iowa.
The grass hasn’t greened up at Ian Deutch but Little Leaguers are out in force, some 320 of them, all preparing for a March 18 opening day.
A newly formed Pahrump girls club soccer team just won its first tournament last weekend in St. George, Utah.
The second annual Nockman Memorial Bowling Tournament will be held on March 12 at 1 p.m. at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
When the state high school basketball tournament returns to Las Vegas this week it will have a more intimate setting.
For those who have been looking for a way to give back to the community but just haven’t found the right cause, Special Olympics might be for you.
Round Mountain junior forward Alyssa Hanks posted another double-double, scoring 26 points and grabbing 12 rebounds, to help her team overcome Beatty 55-36 at Sunrise Mountain High School on Friday. The Knights qualified for the state tournament and knocked the Hornets out of the regional playoffs.
Lexi Gil will be the one factor that will have to be in rare form for the Hornets to advance in the playoffs. The lead scorer and top player for Beatty has been one of the reasons the Hornets are playing another playoff game.
OVERTON—The Lady Trojans had an off game and that can’t happen in the playoffs. Moapa Valley ran away with the game, winning the Class 3A quarterfinal playoff game 42-24 on Wednesday night.
Jacob Oseguera scored 35 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Hornets past Word of Life, 57-51, on Wednesday in Beatty.
Senior Lexi Gil’s 28 points helped the Lady Hornets easily defeat Word of Life, 65-28, in the Class 1A Southern Region quarterfinal game on Wednesday at Beatty.