76°F
weather icon Clear

NSHPA continues season with a sunset tournament

The Nevada State Horseshoe Pitching Association will continue their season this weekend after taking a short break the last couple of weeks.

The NSHPA will be holding the Sundown Showdown tournament this Saturday, June 25, at Lone Mountain Regional Park in Las Vegas. The tournament will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m.

The tournament was previously scheduled to be played in Pahrump, however, their horseshoe pits have been under construction for the last few months.

All pitchers who plan to participate in the tournament should be at the park and signed in before 6 p.m.

If you have any questions about the tournament, feel free to contact NSHPA president Lathan Dilger at 435-691-3857 or email him at lathandilger@gmail.com.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
THE LATEST
Pahrump Junior all-stars get massive victories in tournament

The Junior All-Stars dropped their first game of their tournament last Saturday 5-2 to Summerlin South, but that doesn’t seem to have fazed them after their most recent outings.

Pahrump Valley Juniors baseball fall behind early in tournament

The Junior All-Stars team, which is comprised of players from all three of Pahrump’s Little League baseball junior division teams, dropped their opening game of the tournament against the South Summerlin juniors team on Saturday.

Scott Hardy takes top spot in the June Bug Classic

Scott Hardy got his first win of the 2022 Nevada State Horseshoe Pitching Association season at the June Bug Classic that was held in Las Vegas after multiple second-place finishes this season.

Walker era begins as Trojans hit the field

Head coach Thom Walker is entering his first season as the head of the Trojan football program after former head coach Joe Clayton retired from coaching earlier this year.

Girls of Troy finish runners-up in Las Vegas softball league

This was the third year the team has been together, finishing this season with their best overall record of 13-6-2. They went into the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the league.