Pahrump Valley and Boulder City are not exactly rivals, as Moapa Valley plays that role for the Eagles. But Boulder City certainly has been the Trojans’ nemesis.
There was no mystery behind Pahrump Valley’s 8-2 loss to Boulder City on Saturday in the Class 3A Southern Region championship game in Boulder City.
Seniors Bryce Odegard and Layron Sonerholm and sophomores Grant Odegard and Michael Sonerholm give Pahrump Valley’s boys track and field team considerable strength in the distances. Maybe even more than they realized.
The Supreme Court has struck down a federal law that bars gambling on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states, giving states the go-ahead to legalize betting on sports.
Boulder City and Pahrump Valley played one of the best softball games of the year back on April 3, when a dramatic three-run seventh-inning home run by the Eagles’ Summer Coyle sent the Trojans to a 3-1 defeat.
When 51s general manager Chuck Johnson was sifting through fan suggestions for the new 51s team name, he came across more than a few suggestions for “Baseball McBaseball Face.”
With the start of National Bike Month on Tuesday, a local cycling advocacy group wants to remind motorists about the so-called “Three-Feet Rule.”
Kardiac Kids is a moniker first pinned on the 1980 Cleveland Browns, who had a habit for pulling out football games in the final minutes on their way to their first playoff appearance in eight years.
Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club is seeking to expand its racetrack and is eyeing roughly 605 acres of Bureau of Land Management lands adjacent to the existing facility. If the motor resort can clear the hurdles of county and BLM approval, they could be well on their way to constructing the longest raceway on the planet.
Pahrump Valley sophomore Koby Lindberg shot 24-over 168 to finish seventh in the Class 3A Southern Region boys golf tournament on Monday and Tuesday in Boulder City.