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More horseshoes coming to Fall Festival in Pahrump

Saddle West Casino and the Pahrump Dust Devil Horseshoe players hosted a fun horseshoe pitching event at Petrack Park on July 1.

Nine Sanctioned NHPA (National Horseshoe Pitching Association) players participated.

Local player Mike Nicosia received first place in the A division, making him tournament champion. Second place went to Arizona women’s state champion Trisha Hoshaw.

Winning first place in B division was first-time nationally sanctioned player from Pahrump, Matthew Whittaker.

Pahrump holds three or more nationally sanctioned horseshoe tournaments per year and a number of non-sanctioned tournaments including the Fall Festival.

The Fall Festival event, sponsored by the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce, is planned for Sunday, Sept. 24. Sign in by 9 a.m. at the horseshoe pits or the Chamber of Commerce trailer in Petrack Park.

Everyone is welcome to play. Contact Vicky Hilling at the chamber for more information at 775-727-5800 or Mike Norton at 775-537-0542.

Some pitchers are usually playing at noon on Saturdays in the Petrack Park pits between the pool and the fire station. People are welcome to come and join in.

Contact sports editor Vern Hee at vhee@pvtimes.com

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