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 girls Trojans basketball team is hoping to start their season with a bang as the potential for a winning season looks promising. With some strong players returning to the team as well as a strong freshman class, head varsity coach Jennifer Hagstrom is enthusiastic about the upcoming season.
Junior defensive team captain Jeb Ayers for the Tonopah Muckers football team is one reason the Muckers do not have a losing season.
Three men from Pahrump excelled at the World Association of Bench Pressers and Deadlifters (WABDL) competition in Reno Nov. 3-10.
Joe Serrano is the new coach for the Beatty Hornets men’s basketball program at Beatty High School. He takes over after a year of Leo Verzilli leading the program.
With the holiday season upon us, people are concerned about putting on the extra pounds from all the turkeys, hams and yams being gobbled down in the name of merry-making and good cheer. The average American is set to consume 4,000 calories in this one Thanksgiving feast and most would undoubtedly be looking for a way to lose it all in the following weeks to come to get ready for Christmas.
Russell Olin is the new head coach of the Lady Muckers Basketball Varsity team, but is not new to the Muckers basketball program.
Maggie Cathcart is a three sport athlete from Beatty who this past season has blossomed into a great defensive volleyball player. In addition to volleyball, she plays basketball and baseball.
Quad racer Mike Hrubetz will be turning 60 within the next month and just won his first championship in quad racing.
The fall season is over and with it the hopes and dreams of the region’s prep athletes. I compiled a brief summary of the season and the champions that won.
Two titans in prep soccer came together on Saturday in Dayton, a small town near Carson City for the Division 1-A Nevada State Women’s Soccer Title.