Kenny Delker scored on touchdown runs of 5 and 61 yards and Kody Peugh carried 10 times for 85 yards Friday night as the Pahrump Valley High School football team cruised to a 37-0 win over Western in Las Vegas.
The series of controlled scrimmages known as the Class 3A Sunset League schedule continued Tuesday for the Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer team, which had another game end early because of the mercy rule.
■ Who: Pahrump Valley (2-5, 1-1 Sunset) vs. Western (1-6, 0-3 Sunset).
Everyone on both sides knew the situation when the Pahrump Valley and Mojave girls volleyball teams met Wednesday night in Las Vegas.
Fights breaking out at football games became an issue when two games during the 2018 season and one during the 2017 season in Southern Nevada were ruled double forfeits because of bench-clearing brawls. In one, police had to use pepper spray to break up the fight.
Some of the things people love about sports are the stories of one team being down, fighting through adversity and being successful in the end.
The first-year coach of the second-year tennis team at Pahrump Valley High School has a favorite memory of the just-completed season, which saw the Trojans post a 6-2 record against an independent schedule.
Leo Verzilli wasted a lot of time last week.
It was the fumble that changed the course of the game — and it’s not too much to say the course of the season — for the Pahrump Valley High School football team, and nobody saw it.
Every game is a big game when there are only nine games on the schedule, but Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton is not using hyperbole when he says tonight’s home game against Del Sol is the biggest game of the year.
Trojans Game Night
A year ago, the Beatty High School football team easily handled Green Valley Christian, beating the Guardians by a 40-6 score.
It was an odd stretch of schedule for Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer team.
I know, every game is the “biggest game of the year” during the week of that particular game. But no matter you look at it, when it comes to Friday night’s game against Del Sol, the phrase sticks.