What exactly goes on during those long bus rides to away games?
■ Who: Pahrump Valley (1-2) vs. Virgin Valley (1-2).
Jerry Walton posted his third consecutive victory in the Sport Mod class during the March 27 racing card to move into first place in the season standings at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
The Clark County School District announced Tuesday that it will allow the home team’s fans to attend spring sporting events.
If you had told Joe Clayton the day before his Pahrump Valley High School football team played SLAM Nevada that the Trojans would lose the time of possession battle by 13 minutes, not have a single drive longer than any of the Bulls’ longest three drives, yet still win, he wouldn’t have laughed at you.
While every high school athletic team has been affected by the pandemic, the spring sports have been hit particularly hard.
Walt Kuver rolled games of 277, 237 and 278 with a 91 handicap, totaling 883 to win Division A and be the day’s top money winner at the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s No-Tap Singles Tournament sponsored by Jan Mock on March 27 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
There’s an old adage in football that says if you have two quarterbacks you really don’t have one quarterback. But there is no similar saying that applies to running backs, for good reason.
Senior night for the Pahrump Valley High School girls volleyball team brought out the emotions, mostly in coach Jill Harris.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s alignment of every Class 3A Southern Region football team didn’t even make it a year.
Scoring goals has been a problem for the Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team throughout this pandemic-shortened season, and senior night did nothing to help.
■ Who: Pahrump Valley (0-2) vs. SLAM Nevada (1-2).
The news that Round Mountain and Beatty high schools would not be playing tackle football during the shortened “fall” season fell on many players like, well, a deflated football.
Juanita Martinez bowls for fun, and her 113 average doesn’t often have her near the top of the standings in local tournaments.
On the surface, Pahrump Valley’s 14-6 loss to Virgin Valley appears to be a continuation of both the Trojans’ opening loss and their series history with the Bulldogs.