Few teams feel the advantage of playing at home as much as the Pahrump Valley High School football team.
You’re not going to get a lot of lame coach-speak out of Jill Harris.
Beatty High School volleyball players Adrianna Gill and Carmen Stephenson agree on a lot of things: The Hornets look to be headed for a good season, they have a lot of confidence in their teammates, and they are excited to get the season started.
According to last year’s roster, there were nine seniors on the Beatty High School football team during the 2018 season, a bit more than one-third of the roster.
To figure out what the Pahrump Valley High School cross country team is facing this year, look at last year’s Sunset League meet results.
The Lady Trojans up set second place Sierra Vista last Friday 2-1.
The Trojans upset second place Sierra Vista with great passing and solid defense in the second half. Pahrump (4-5 overall, 3-4 Sunset League) hosted the Mountain Lions (6-3, 4-3) in the last game of the season and won 39-27.
The Trojans cross-country regular season is over and now the team is concentrating on the division finals this Saturday.
Beatty: Melynda Gross, a former state champion for Beatty High School is asking for help for her brother, who was in a tragic car accident that took his wife and left him in the hospital. The accident was in July.
The Trojans hosted Clark on Wednesday night and posted a win in three, 25-16, 25-15 and 25-13.
The nation’s football fans were in mourning for the three high school students who died playing the game they loved at the end of September. The deaths have refocused the nation on head injuries and concussions and the safety of the game, which brings fans to the question, should our youth be playing this violent sport and is it safe? And can the game be made safer? The experts say youth under 14 should not be playing the sport but one mother speaks out and is out to save the game.
Injuries and turnovers were the difference in the game in this heated rivalary between Beatty and Tonopah. Tonopah lost some key players and had four interceptions and three fumbles in the 55-33 loss at home.
The Trojans boys soccer team hosted Spring Valley on Wednesday. Pahrump (5-12-2 overall, 2-10-1 Sunset League) held the Grizzlies (10-5, 10-4) scoreless in the second half but could not keep them out of the goal in the second half and lost 3-0.
Greg Benson’s three touchdown passes propel the Crusaders past the Trojans 38-14.
The Division I-A Southern Nevada Girls Golf Regionals were at Boulder Creek and for the sixth straight time the Crusaders took the title with a team score of 340. In second was Clark, with 353 and Tech was third with a 442.