Any skepticism about the town of Pahrump’s purchase of Lakeview Executive Golf Course was nowhere to be seen as the course held a fundraiser Saturday.
The golf season didn’t end on the highest of notes for Kevin Pope and Damian Paice, but just playing on the final day of golf season was an achievement for the Tonopah teammates.
Excitement over the Vegas Golden Knights reaching the Stanley Cup Finals during their inaugural season is not limited to Las Vegas. The number of Golden Knights T-shirts and car stickers around Pahrump is evidence that the town has embraced the first professional sports team in Southern Nevada.
Six competitors from Pahrump Valley High School’s revived rodeo club will travel to Winnemucca this week for the Nevada State High School Rodeo Association state finals.
Pahrump Valley High School just completed an outstanding spring sports season.
It was a quick trip to the Class 3A state tournament for the Pahrump Valley softball team as the Trojans were beaten 12-2 by Churchill County and 8-0 by Lowry.
The Spring Mountain Motor Resort &Country Club has gotten the green flag, so to speak, by the Nye County Commission to expand the race facility’s racetrack. Upon completion, Pahrump will be home to the longest track in the world—stretching further than the famed 13.1-mile long Nurburgring Grand Prix in Nurburg, Germany.
Going into the Class 3A state championship track and field meet last weekend in Carson City, Pahrump Valley senior Bryce Odegard was looking for his first state title.
The Pahrump Valley baseball team’s bid for a spot in the championship game came up short Friday when the Trojans fell 6-4 to Elko in the losers bracket final of the Class 3A state tournament at Galena High School in Reno.
Big innings are fairly common in high school softball. It’s not unusual to see walks, errors, wild pitches and the occasional hit send a weak team to a quick mercy-rule defeat.