When the boys team finishes second and the girls team finishes fourth in a major cross-country meet, that’s usually a pretty good day. But by the high standards of the Pahrump Valley High School program, it was a disappointing trip to the Class 3A Southern Regional Championships at Veterans Memorial Park in Boulder City.
If you’re going to drive eight hours to pitch horseshoes, you might as well win.
This was a long time coming, and the celebration afterward reflected it.
Pahrump Valley Speedway will be the site when the Monster Truck Insanity Tour returns to Pahrump on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2-3.
The Beatty High School football team went into last week’s game against Mineral County with a 4-2 record. In the four wins, the Hornets outscored their opponents 158-18. In the two losses, they were outscored 119-36.
The Pahrump Valley Warriors earned the second seed in the 13U Division of National Youth Sports Nevada’s tackle football league, winning five of seven regular-season games.
Another statewide meet, another haul of gold medals for Marvin Caperton.
Pahrump sixth-grader Brandon Mountz is the No. 1 bull rider among Nevada’s junior high school competitors after winning the event on both days at an Oct. 13-14 rodeo hosted by Spanish Springs.
“I’m going to have a heart attack.”
Zahn Bouder was concerned about the same thing about which every other bowler rolling a potential perfect game is concerned.