The similarities between the 2018 and 2019 Pahrump Valley High School football seasons are getting out of hand.
The 20-18 loss to Boulder City on Friday night was not the worst news for the Pahrump Valley High School football team in the past week.
With his football team’s opener canceled because of Round Mountain’s roster issues, Beatty High School senior Fabian Perez took advantage of the night off, opting to scout Mountain View Christian a week before the Hornets were scheduled to play the Saints.
Seventh-grader Ryleigh Denton finished the 1.7-mile course at the Clark County Fairgrounds in 12 minutes, 32 seconds to place fifth and lead the Rosemary Clarke Middle School girls cross country team to a second-place finish Saturday in the Moapa Valley Invitational.
The Lady Hornets slugged it out with the Muckers last Friday and it was all-out trench warfare with Hornets coming out on the losing end.
The Lady Trojans soccer team’s defensive line lets few balls pass. So few, that goalkeeper Kiaya Nauck is close to breaking the state record for most shutouts in a career.
The Trojans are near the end of the cross country season and have one meet to go before regionals.
The Faith Lutheran Crusaders scored first blood in the Trojans game Friday, by quickly passing for quick yardage on their first possession and they scored within the first two minutes of having the ball.
The Tonopah Muckers beat the Beatty Hornets in an away game by a score of 38-16 (22-8, 0-0, 0-0, 16-8). With this win, Muckers Coach Duffy Otteson’s team has an overall record of 5-2, 4-0 in league and remains tied for first with Pahranagat Valley in league play.
The Lady Trojans were on the road Wednesday for a soccer game against the Adelson Lions for the second and last meeting of the year. The Trojans ran away with the game 14-0.
Six months out of the year he swims in his pool at Mountain Falls. His workouts last 45 minutes and in that time, he swims 1,000 yards. His dedication earned him six gold medals in six swimming events in the Nevada Senior Games held in Las Vegas.
The Tonopah Muckers went to Beatty for a battle against the rival Hornets on Friday. Both teams were even going into the game. Each had easily won their last three games.
Four new members will be inducted to the Pahrump Valley High School Athletics Hall of Fame on Saturday to bring the total members in the hall to 55.
The game against Western was last Thursday and the Trojans had no problems beating them 3-1, but Coach Jill Harris really did not know what to expect with Cheyenne.
The cross country team was in action at home against the Mojave Rattlers. The boys lost to Mojave 16-41 and the girls beat Mojave 38-21.