Pahrump resident Cathy Behrens was so excited to qualify for the National Senior Games and so fired up for the trip to compete in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that it seemed impossible for the experience to live up to the anticipation.
With a final run of 7.2 seconds, professional team ropers Junior Dees and Lane Siggins won the richest event of their sport and split a first-place paycheck worth $120,000 at the 42nd Annual Bob Feist Invitational on June 25 in Reno.
At its best, Little League Baseball is an opportunity not just to play a game, but to teach kids the value of being part of a team, of working hard toward goals and, thanks to baseball’s untimed nature, of learning you can’t give up on anything until it’s actually over.
The Pahrump Valley Open Inferno used to be a big event in town, and Lakeview Executive Golf Course’s general manager, Will Peers, is bringing it back July 6.
Arizona Western College must be a great place to go to school and play baseball. After all, Pahrump Valley High School graduate Willie Lucas decided to play at the school in Yuma, Arizona, even after getting quite an eyeful on his initial visit.
Like many graduating seniors, Jackie Stobbe had a decision to make.
In December 2017, the Nye County Commission, sitting as the governing body for the town of Pahrump, voted to purchase the floundering Lakeview Executive Golf Course for $350,000 in an effort to keep the course from falling farther into disrepair and becoming an eyesore, as happened to the former Willow Creek Golf Course several years ago.
A group of orange-clad bicycle riders took a break at the Salvation Army in Pahrump on Friday. Nothing unusual about that, except for the minor fact that they were on the fourth segment of an 11-week, 4,000-mile journey.
Bryce Odegard might be spending the summer working at his grandparents’ feed store, coping with the loneliness of a goat when two other goats get sold, but his mind is already on the trails.
Drew Middleton has become accustomed to watching Jake Riding pitch well.
Although eight of the 13 competitors Saturday at the Ho-Z Classic were from Pahrump, it was an elder statesman from Carson City who stole the show at the Joe Friel Sports Complex in Tonopah.
The growth of soccer in Pahrump, both in number of kids playing and in the quality of play, is obvious.
Nevada Preps selected Pahrump Valley High School coach Cassondra Lauver as its softball coach of the year and named Trojans junior Skyler Lauver second-team all-state.
The score isn’t the most important thing about summer baseball, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t tough losses.