The first week of the prep football season was considered a success. But eight games were canceled by causes related to the COVID pandemic, player eligibility and wildfires.
With Nicholas Morrow and Javin White out for extended periods with injuries, Raiders linebackers Tanner Muse and Divine Deablo also have chances to earn more playing time.
The Golden Knights’ roster underwent a significant shake-up this offseason, with Marc-Andre Fleury, the face of the franchise, and fan favorite Ryan Reaves being traded.
Injuries have thinned the Raiders’ depth at linebacker, and veteran K.J. Wright is still available on the free agent market, but his asking price might be too much.
The road to state lies through the Pahranagat Valley Panthers. How many Hornet fans are sick of hearing that one? Unfortunately that is what it is, and the Hornets have to put their game face on and play them on Nov. 9 at 12 p.m.
Beatty football heads to the locker room until next year. The team went 1-5 in league and 2-5 overall. For the Hornets, it was a rough year with only two seniors and just four returners from last year. It was definitely a year of rebuilding.
“After the Duel in the Desert” is a new race, which will be this weekend at the Pahrump Valley Speedway. The race is 40 laps and will feature IMCA Modifieds competing for a $1,500 purse. The race is designed to catch the racers coming into Las Vegas for the Las Vegas Motor Speedway’s Duel in the Desert Race. This Vegas race attracted 253 IMCA Modified cars last year.
Normally when Trojans soccer player Sydney Sladek scores more than two goals against Faith Lutheran it means the game goes to the Trojans, but this time it took the silent shooter, Courtney Lindsay to deal the death blow in the Trojans victory of 3-2.
The racing season is over as far as points, but track promoter and owner Chad Broadhead wants to introduce a new race and it’s for the money. The Pahrump Valley Speedway will be hosting “Day after the Duel” on Nov. 10 starting at 3 p.m.
The Division I-A Southern Regional Meet was held last week at the Veterans Memorial park in Boulder City and the results were disappointing to Trojans fans. The team failed to make state.
Men’s soccer has returned to Pahrump as a team to be reckoned with and it all started with first year coach, Don Boulden. The Trojans may not be headed out to the playoffs this year, but they can go out with their heads held high and say they gave it their best shot.
The Tonopah Muckers football team played the Pahranagat Valley Panthers and could not end their winning streak of 65 games and became the 66th. The Panthers not only have an unbelievable winning streak, but they also have 5 consecutive state titles in a row.
Lady Trojans soccer devours Western on senior day 11-0.
Maria Melendez could probably get into any university in Nevada or most in the country. Her 4.0 GPA and her work ethic are traits most colleges would be proud to have. Instead, she is chasing after her dream she has wanted since she was eight years old and that is to join the armed forces of the United States.
The Pahrump Valley Museum will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary of the museum building. It will also be opening up a new historic building out in the yard, the old Pahrump General Store.