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Dilger, Study team to win Mike’s Midnight Madness

With the Nevada State Horseshoe Pitching Association championships in Tonopah just weeks away, Pahrump pitchers have been getting ready by competing in both NSHPA-sanctioned tournaments and the more informal backyard series tournaments.

Hundreds remember Dusty Park at Pahrump Valley Speedway

It was billed as a Celebration of Life for Dusty Park, and much of the afternoon felt like a celebration. There was laughter and sharing stories among the several hundred people who gathered Sunday at Pahrump Valley Speedway to remember him.

Beatty grad returns home to coach basketball

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.

Build the body with weights; the size will drop

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.

New coach heads Lady Muckers b-ball program

Russell Olin is the new head coach of the Lady Muckers Basketball Varsity team, but is not new to the Muckers basketball program.

Beatty volleyball player reaches for new heights

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.

Local senior quad racer wins championship

Quad racer Mike Hrubetz will be turning 60 within the next month and just won his first championship in quad racing.

Fall sports: A review of the region’s prep sports

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.

Trojans go down fighting at state title game

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.

Lady Muckers fail to repeat as champions

The chase to another state championship title came to a halt Friday night for Tonopah when they played Smith Valley in the semifinal round of the Division-4 state tournament. Smith Valley beat Tonopah 3 sets to 1.

Local golfers raise money for ‘Clothes for Kids’

The weather was spectacular for the second annual “Clothes for Kids” fundraiser tournament held at the Lake View Executive Golf Course. The tournament consisted of a scramble tournament shotgun start approach where players are spread out through each of the 18 holes and work their way back to their original starting hole. The completion of the golf game takes approximately 3 1/2 hours.

Thelaner finishes career with strong run at state

Cross country runner Stefanie Thelaner finished strongly at the Nevada State Cross Country Meet at San Rafael Park in Reno last Saturday. This ended her three year career for the Trojans. Thelaner has been a top runner her entire career for the women’s cross country team.

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