Successful cross country runners never seem satisfied, something that was evident after Saturday’s Southern Region championships in Boulder City.
You will not be able to convince Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer coach Julie Carrington that the better team won Wednesday’s Class 3A Southern Region Tournament semifinal game.
Pahrump Valley High School volleyball coach Jill Harris figured her team was in a good place heading into the Class 3A Southern Region Tournament.
Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer coach Chris Roberts knew how tough Chaparral, the Trojans’ first-round opponent in the Class 3A Southern Region Tournament, would be.
If nobody sees a soccer ball go into the net, is it a goal?
Trojans boys soccer coach Don Boulden took to the field last Friday with a new squad. The team played Arbor View, a Division I team in a scrimmage and came out with a 3-3 tie.
Junior Brittany Klenzcar is one of the defensive leaders for the Lady Trojans soccer team this year, but she has four more weeks before she can play again. She injured her knee experimenting with some softball during the spring and may have injured the meniscus in her knee. She had surgery four weeks ago and has several weeks before she can join the team. Klenzcar hopes to join the team for the start of conference play on Sept 17.
The Trojans girls soccer team ramped up its training in a scrimmage with last year’s Division I state champion Arbor View Aggies last Friday morning. The girls hung in there with the champs and came out 3-2 with Arbor View on top.
The old Tonopah Middle School gym was unusable according to middle school football coach Dan Eason.
Just three miles past Windrock Country Store on Bell Vista Road lies the Bureau of Land Management shooting range and thousands of people use the area for free target practice.
Nye County regional volleyball teams are ready to go. The season gets started this week with three Nye teams going into tournament action.
In Beatty it’s hard to find good coaches. They are either retiring or leaving.
On Aug. 30, Pahrump’s own amateur mixed martial arts fighter, 28-year-old Brandon Schneider, will step into the cage at South Point Arena for the Tuff-N-Uff 205-pound title fight.
Trojans football is in full swing with pads as they get ready for a scrimmage against Valley High School in Las Vegas on Saturday at 11 a.m.
The Muckers take to the field against Indian Springs in their home opener at 7 p.m. next week and still have not chosen a starting quarterback.