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.
The Tonopah High School wrestling team participated in the annual Vaquero Classic wrestling tournament held at Fernley High School over the weekend.
Thursday was an emotional night for Pahrump Valley girls head basketball coach Bob Hopkins as he got his 600th career win with the Lady Trojans’ 40-27 victory over the SLAM Nevada Bulls.
The skate park renovations will be funded by the Town of Pahrump and a grant through the Nevada Division of State Parks.
Check out photos from the team’s senior night ceremony.
Behrens has competed in the Nevada Senior Games swimming competitions every year since 2017 with the exception of 2020 due to the coronavirus.
The Trojans came into the game on a 5-game losing streak. Their last win came against the Red Valley Miners in the Bullhead Shootout tournament in December.
Muckers struggle throughout 74-17 game
Pahrump Valley girls basketball head coach Bob Hopkins is closing in on his 600th career win for the Trojans.
The tournament featured 14 schools from throughout Southern Nevada. Of the teams in the tournament, two schools participate in the 5A division, six schools in the 4A division, three schools in the 3A division and three schools compete in the 2A division.
He has gone through more than most people do in a lifetime, but one thing is for certain: Cole Venturo can overcome some of life’s biggest obstacles.
The team was 2-7 and had lost six consecutive games going into their matchup with the Panthers.
The Muckers’ game against the Panthers was their first action on the court since mid-December when they defeated the Beatty Hornets in the Kody Beach Memorial tournament.
The Pahrump Valley girls basketball team got a little payback on Friday night when they defeated the visiting Pirates of Moapa Valley 39-26.
McClard double-double was not enough for a PVHS win.