Finding ways to stay active and preparing for the future are helping to fill the days of Pahrump Valley High School softball players who find themselves with more time on their hands than they have had in spring in years.
Revamped region tournaments would be held but state tournaments would be canceled under contingency plans being developed to salvage something out of the spring high school sports season.
The first word of the long-awaited email told Paris Coleman everything she needed to know.
In what might have been the last competitive event held in Pahrump before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports, Dennis Andersen and Mike Norton of Pahrump won first place in the Silver State Chili Cook-Off Horseshoes Tournament on March 14 at Petrack Park.
Shutting down professional and collegiate sports because of the COVID-19 pandemic left enormous holes in television programming, and not just on networks devoted to sports.
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.
BEATTY — The General Tire Vegas to Reno Race organized by Best in the Desert started in Beatty, went through Tonopah and finished in Dayton close to Reno.
Jason Voss says racing has been good to him this year. His team has taken two major races in the Best in the Desert series.
Last year’s Trojans offense ran the pistol and it is no secret it fired blanks.