No, this is not a rerun: A Pahrump Valley High School softball player will be continuing her playing career in college.
John Koenig wanted to help.
An eight-game league schedule and only one nonleague game mark the most obvious changes from last year on the Pahrump Valley High School football team’s 2020 schedule.
Today should have been the second day of the NIAA Class 3A State Softball Tournament at a high school in Northern Nevada.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association has completed the realignment process for winter sports, and Pahrump Valley High School basketball teams will have a new lineup of league foes next winter.
Zoe Bertz was at Mountain Falls for the Pahrump Invitational. She was not a spectator, but a player.
The speedway has had a great showing for cancer these past two years raising thousands of dollars and attracting old and new race fans to the track for a good cause.
Beatty baseball was home last Friday in a doubleheader with Round Mountain where the Hornets dropped two games 14-4 and 10-1. On Tuesday, Beatty traveled to Pahranagat Valley and played two more games and posted two more losses 23-2 and 18-4.
Ask anybody who has been studying for a test for weeks how they felt after they failed and the answer would probably be lousy.
The Trojans baseball team lost its first league game against the Faith Lutheran Crusaders on Thursday, dropping to 10-7 overall and 3-1 in league play.
It was a picture-perfect day to be at Mountain Falls Golf Course in Pahrump last Friday as the Trojans Golf team hosted the annual Pahrump Invitational, which had sixteen teams and 108 individual golfers in all.
Trojans track traveled last week to two different meets. Earlier on Wednesday they went up against the Cheyenne Desert Shields and prevailed on both sides of the house.
When the high school only has 100 kids in the entire school, it’s hard to put together an experienced team. Hornets Coach Leo Verzilli really only has two players from last year’s roster and it shows, but Verzilli is not worried. He always stresses the fact that the kids want to play and that they are getting better each game.
The Lady Trojans softball pitching is on fire. In the last two outings, pitcher Whitney Roderick had nine strikeouts against Tech and 8 more against Western. Roderick could easily have had more strikeouts, but Trojans Coach Eli Armendariz took her out to give backup pitcher, Amanda Pryor, three innings.
The Trojans hung on for dear life in the top of the seventh, as the Western Warriors put men on base, but came up short by 1 run to lose 3-2.