The Pahrump Junior Trojans Wrestling team traveled to Las Vegas for two tournaments over the weekend and placed well in both.
The Lady Muckers basketball team stumbled at the Wells Rural Electric Tournament but shows some promise for future games.
The Beatty Hornets Men’s basketball team went to the Lake Mead Classic on Saturday in Las Vegas. The team went 0-3, but with each game showed some improvement.
The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team got into the groove of things as they finished the Del Sol tournament and played Bonanza on Monday. The Trojans finished the Del Sol tournament 1-3 losing their first game to Foothill.
The air was hot and heavy with the smell of sweat mixed in with the smell of the wrestling mat at the Pahrump Valley High School wrestling room, which could only mean one thing — Trojans wrestling is back.
Pahrump Junior Trojans Wrestling is underway for the season. The club started wrestling on Nov. 1 and has a new president, Ray Cortez.
Toughness is a quality that is hard to teach an athlete. It’s not something that you can learn from a book. It’s a quality that comes from hard work.
The Trojans men’s hoopsters are back in full force with a new team and a new head coach. Trojans Coach John Toomer is tired of waiting and says his “team is ready to start playing games.”
After being rained out on Nov. 23, the last race of the Pahrump Valley Speedway’s season on Nov. 30 was a spectacle of new and experienced drivers with some out there to get experience, and some veterans there to just enjoy the last local dirt race of the year.
Aimee Senior returns to lead the Beatty Hornets women’s basketball team one more year. This year the veteran coach comes out of retirement and is in her 13th year. She said after last year’s season she would come back to help out the team if they couldn’t find a replacement for Steve Sullivan who is sitting this year out.