Twenty-nine former Pahrump Valley High School baseball players returned to their alma mater’s field Saturday to take part in the annual Maroon and Gold Alumni Day.
At 13 years old, Brandon Mountz has been riding bulls for only about two years. Senior Tye Hardy also has been riding for about two years. But in that short amount of time, both have established themselves among the best in the state.
The Alliance of American Football, which opened its inaugural season in early February, has put tickets on sale for the Alliance Championship, the season-ending title game that will be played at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.
Sam Stringer and Ray Wulfenstein loom large in the story of dirt track racing in Pahrump, and Pahrump Valley Speedway will honor both of them this weekend with races that evoke their memories.
It wasn’t supposed to end this way.
They went into the game with a 5-18 record, 0-8 in league play. Those are depressingly familiar numbers around the Pahrump Valley High School boys basketball program, for the same demographics and socio-economic factors that help create little league competition for the baseball, softball, golf, girls soccer, girls volleyball and girls basketball teams create a murderer’s row of opponents during boys basketball season.
The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team was at its best and at its worst Tuesday night.
For the first time in almost three years, Pahrump’s Andrew Gonzales will step into the ring tonight for a Tuff-n-Uff mixed martial arts fight during Fight Night Orleans at The Orleans in Las Vegas.
With baseball season just weeks away, one of the highlights of the spring sports calendar comes around Saturday when the Pahrump Valley High School baseball team hosts its annual Maroon & Gold Day.
One of the most popular events on the Pahrump sports calendar returns March 1 as Rosemary Clarke Middle School and Pahrump Valley High School sponsor the annual Donkey Basketball game.