Sophomore Shelton Cajudoy came up to bat and hit a hard-hit-long ball into right center field during his first at bat against the Clark Chargers on Tuesday.
Trojans baseball team is taking one game at a time said Trojans Coach Brian Hayes.
The Trojans boys track team is on the verge of capturing a division title. They just have to get through Western on Wednesday.
It’s coming down to the playoffs and the girls are learning to play with what they have.
The United States Bowling Congress will be in Pahrump holding the Nevada State USBC Women’s Championships starting May 2 and continuing until May 25.
Local speedway coupe driver, Mark Daub, or better known as Amber’s dad to his friends and family, can’t get enough of old cars and the speed on the race track.
The NIAA made its announcement for the top 10 student athletes in Southern Nevada and Northern Nevada. Two Nye County students won the prestigious award for Southern Nevada, Sydney Sladek from Pahrump Valley High School and Morgan Manley from Round Mountain High School.
Trojans Coach Ed Kirkwood was disappointed his team had to face their top rival during spring break, but it worked out for the boys. Kirkwood called it. He said on paper that his boys “would be close.” It was — and the Trojans squeaked by the Faith Lutheran Crusaders on their home turf 74-71 on Wednesday afternoon.
Trojans baseball, since the one defeat to Faith Lutheran, keeps piling on the victories. On Wednesday afternoon they took it to Cheyenne and beat them 8-1 on the road.
On paper the two teams were even, both teams had lost to Cheyenne and Faith Lutheran and both teams had beaten Western and Clark, but that is where the similarities stopped. Pahrump proved this by beating the Mojave Rattlers at the plate 12-3.