These photos were taken at this year’s Pop Warner Football camp, which was a two-day camp held last Friday and Saturday at the high school. The camp was taught by PVHS football coaches and players, Rosemary Clarke football coaches and Pop Warner coaches.
They say patience is a virtue. Patience is especially virtuous when you’re a softball player facing a pitcher who couldn’t find the plate with a map, a compass and a team of bloodhounds.
A week ago, Pahrump Valley senior Jake Riding didn’t give up a run until the seventh inning and lost. On Wednesday, two of the first three batters scored off of Riding, so naturally he and the Trojans won by the mercy rule.
Jay Ward recorded his first Hobby Stock win of the season — handing Jared Ward his first defeat — to highlight the April 24 night of racing at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
It didn’t take Chase McDaniel long to become a fixture in the infield for the Southwest Minnesota State baseball team.
Daniel Edghill cleared 6 feet to win the boys high jump and Aspen McCormack cleared 4-8 to win the girls high jump for the Pahrump Valley High School track and field team Saturday in a meet at Palo Verde High School.
Boulder City senior Troy Connell pitched 6 innings of no-hit ball Thursday against Pahrump Valley, but Trojans senior Jake Riding matched him zero for zero on the scoreboard.
The offense is coming together for the Pahrump Valley High School softball team, if the bullets coming off of the Trojans’ bats Tuesday against Moapa Valley are any indication.
It was the kind of situation young kids imagine when they first pick up a bat: final inning, team trailing, runners on base, two outs and a full count.
Mary Neese, Tom Dragna and Dale Bystedt were the top money winners Saturday at the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s Certified Snakebite Singles Tournament at the Pahrump Nugget.
Even more than most high school sports, track and field is all about the postseason. There are no dual meets to win, no league titles to play for and — aside from the constant goal of trying to improve — nothing other than qualifying for the postseason truly matters.