This is the first part of a series taking a look at the impact of sports specialization and club sports on high school athletics.
The lanes at the Nugget Bowl often are used for fundraising events, and some have become annual traditions.
The Chris Ruby Cup at Lee Canyon has proved to be an effective fundraiser for the Nevada Donor Network.
At 12 years old, Keir Sheppard already is a veteran of “A Youth Sports Experience,” Pahrump Valley High School alum Dominique Maloy’s series of sports clinics.
This is what Miguel Mendoza’s offense is supposed to look like.
The living room in the house on Our Road was mostly empty, and other areas were barely furnished. Clearly, somebody was in the process of vacating the premises, and some of the work had been done.
Editor’s note: This is one in an ongoing series catching up with former high school athletes from Nye County.
The Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center again will host a Monday Christmas Club Bowling League, and Debbie Varner urges those interested to be at the initial meeting at 9 a.m. Jan. 6.
Editor’s note: This is one in an ongoing series catching up with former high school athletes in Nye County.
Readers might recall the first few paragraphs and the last few paragraphs from last year’s Christmas column. I liked the way they turned out and figured I wouldn’t be able to top them, so I’ll start and end every Christmas column with them.
By early afternoon Friday, the Beatty High School girls basketball team had to feel pretty good about itself. After winning two of three games in a tournament in Big Pine, California, the Hornets routed Carlin in their opening game at Round Mountain’s Kody Beach Memorial Basketball Tournament to improve to 3-1.
It was a mixed bag for the Beatty High School boys basketball team last weekend at Round Mountain High School.
Readers with long memories, or those who are prone to getting utterly useless information stuck in their heads, might recall a column last February marking my first work anniversary at the Pahrump Valley Times. At the time, I said I don’t ordinarily get personal in this space and that I wasn’t likely to do it again until my fifth work anniversary, should that come to pass.
Apparently, athletic training does not take a holiday in Pahrump.