Beating Boulder City in the region tournament and advancing to the state tournament is an annual goal for the Pahrump Valley High School girls golf team. This year, Breanne Nygaard decided to make a little history in the process.
Add Pahrump Valley High School to the list of football teams that have made short work of Western this season.
There is no way to overstate how big Thursday night’s game between Valley and Pahrump Valley is. But I’ll try anyway.
Trojans Game Night
Nobody connected with the Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer team wanted to deal with tie-breaking scenarios.
Wes Icard is the new Trojans track coach. He will be taking over for Ed Kirkwood, who was made Trojans athletic director at the end of last year.
A new class of racers debuted at the speedway to add to the excitement of opening day. The new class is the Mini Dwarf class and is made up of kids from 9-13 years old. Although this class will not be whipping around the turns at fantastic speeds, it gives kids in the community something else to look forward to.
They dimmed the lights for Tark the Tark on Wednesday evening at 10:30 p.m. after the UNLV basketball game. This brought me back to local basketball.
Powerlifting is coming to Pahrump at the Nugget Events Center. The event is sponsored by the World Association for Benchers and Deadlifters and will be on March 7 at 9 a.m.
This year will be the second annual Maroon and Gold Alumni Barbecue, where Alumni from Pahrump Valley High School gather to eat and swap stories about the glory days. The event will be this Saturday at 4 p.m. and is open to past Pahrump Valley High School baseball players and current players.
Bowling News: At the Pahrump Nugget: Perfect scores: Nocky Roach bowled a 300 game on Feb. 9, Bernard Curtis bowled a 300 on Feb. 12 and Donovin Lusher bowled 299 on Jan. 29.
The Muckers and the Lady Hornets had a showdown last Friday in Beatty with the Muckers winning, 39-37. It was another classic game between the two rivals. Beatty (6-5 overall, 4-5 Division IV Southern) needed a win to keep them in the playoffs but the Muckers (6-15, 5-4) came in and spoiled the night.
Jax and Jace Clayton are identical twins who made history over the weekend by both winning individual state wrestling titles in Winnemucca over the weekend at the Nevada Division I-A Wrestling Championships.
The Trojans wrestling team defeated Lowry High School for the Nevada Division I-A Wrestling State Championship up in Winnemucca today. The team upset the defending state champions, the Buckaroos, who had won six straight state titles in a row and had won the title 16 times.
Hold your heads high Trojans basketball players. It was a tough season and you deserve a salute for trying your best and listening to your coaches.