The Beatty Hornets football team went down hard against the Pahranagat Valley Panthers last week 54-0 with injuries playing a major role in the defeat. The Pahranagat Valley Panthers played with precision and increased their winning streak to 73 games.
A group of Pahrump senior citizen athletes will be travelling to St. George, Utah to participate in the Huntsman World Senior Games, an annual event that attracts more than 10,000 participants.
The Trojans Cross Country team has been improving with every meet. For the first time since entering the Division I-A the mens team has five to six runners who regularly finish under 21 minutes.
As we say goodbye to the hot temperatures and welcome the cool fall, it is amusing to see how other cities deal with above average temperatures. Two weeks ago temperatures soared to 100 degrees in Southern Nevada and in other Southwest cities like Los Angeles. Life went on in Southern Nevada, but in Los Angeles it was too hot to play sports. So do the Los Angelenos really know what heat is all about?
The Trojans posted 359 yards total offense to the 304 yards of the Chargers and still came up short. The Clark Chargers beat the Trojans through the air last Saturday 34-17.
The Trojans mens soccer team is in downward spiral. They have lost four league games in a row and are 0-5.
Gone are the years where playing Clark is an easy game like Western. That ended last year when the Trojans barely beat the Chargers at home. Pahrump barely escaped from Clark last year when they won 25-22.
Buy a student athletic pass for $35 and get entrance to all games for the entire year. Adults can save too with a $70 pass for adults, $100 for a couple, seniors are $50 and a family of four is $225. Booster cards are back for $10 and you get 10% off on participating businesses. Support the Trojans! Disregard last week’s post in this section, the pricing was wrong.
The Trojans volleyball was at home on Monday against the Mojave Rattlers in a tough match that went five games with the Trojans winning 3-2.
This fire in Beatty was not started by a lightning strike. Neither the Beatty Fire Department nor Carl Olson could put out this fire started by the Beatty Hornets football team, who are just too hot to handle at the moment.