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Former Trojans to hear wedding bells

Wedding bells will be ringing in Pahrump as Hilario Alcaraz and Kaitlyn Klem announce wedding plans.

Alcaraz proposed to Klem at the Grand Canyon on April 30 and the wedding will be in March of next year.

Both Alcaraz and Klem graduated from Pahrump Valley High School. Klem graduated in 2013 was a two-sport athlete, playing soccer and running track. Klem was on the Trojans state championship girls soccer team in 2011 and 2012. Alcaraz graduated in 2012, playing soccer.

Klem just graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing.

Alcaraz graduated in 2012 from the same university with a Bachelor of Science in exercise science.

The couple will be living in Las Vegas.

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