The first word of the long-awaited email told Paris Coleman everything she needed to know.
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.
Before the schools were closed, spring sports were shut down, first by Pahrump Valley High School, then by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.
College sports recruiting is not what it used to be, but it worked out well for Tonopah High School senior Dillan Otteson, who found a football home via the internet.
With schools being closed for an undetermined period of time, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association is making plans for how to handle spring sports should they reopen with enough time left for competition.
There was “Cheaper by the Dozen” the movie, but it can not compare to what Paul and Velma Chaffee put together.
Twenty-two players from Nevada from six towns, Las Vegas, Pahrump, Beatty, Tonopah, Fallon and Reno went to the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association World Tournament in St. George, Utah.
In Tonopah, the Muckers have the same situation as the Trojans. With less than a few weeks before pads go on, Coach Duffy Otteson finds himself with two quarterbacks.
A Father and son team are out to smash the competition this year at the General Tire Vegas to Reno Race.
Matthew Kolodzieczyk is the new cross country coach for the Trojans and has been teaching at Pahrump Valley High School for several years now.
Trojans football will start the season in 27 days. The team has been conditioning most of the summer. Regulation pad practices begin on Aug. 15.
The Best in the Desert classic comes to Nye County on Aug. 16. The General Tire Vegas to Reno race is the longest off-road race in North America at 550 miles.
The Pahrump Junior Golfers Association finished its summer junior golf tournaments Wednesday afternoon.
Football season is almost here. There are 29 days until the Trojans take the field in their first game against the Chaparral Cowboys from the Sunrise League in Division 1-A.
The Tonopah Muckers return this season with an experienced team, but without Seth Littlefield in the quarterback position.