Who: Pahrump Valley (5-3, 4-0 Class 3A Sunset) vs. Valley (4-5, 2-2).
They trickled in, often in pairs, to VFW Strozzi Beatty Post #12108 on Saturday, overwhelmingly enthusiastic about the 51-mile off-road trip they had just completed.
While the top seeds in both the Sunrise and Sunset leagues have been determined, the other seeds will be decided Friday night.
As expected, the Western High School football team proved no match for Pahrump Valley, as the Trojans became the fourth team this season to post 60 points on the Warriors in a 66-0 romp Friday night at Trojan Field.
Pahrump Valley sophomore Breanne Nygaard shot an even-par 72 last Wednesday to lead the Trojans girls golf team to the Class 3A Southern Region championship in Mesquite.
The top two volleyball teams in the Class 3A Sunset League have a spirited rivalry, and after Pahrump Valley defeated Mojave in five sets on Sept. 13 in North Las Vegas, the Rattlers figured to be fired up for the rematch.
Maurice Murray, Jose Mendoza and Zachary Wilkerson each scored touchdowns as the Pahrump Valley Warriors defeated the Faith Lutheran Crusaders 20-6 in a National Youth Sports Nevada 13U football game Saturday at Faith Lutheran High School.
Who: Western (0-7, 0-3 Class 3A Sunset) vs. Pahrump Valley (4-3, 3-0).
Tonopah and Beatty are no longer in the same league, but that has not stopped the Hornets from thinking about the Muckers.
Pahrump Valley’s boys soccer team boasts an undefeated home record. But that gaudy 6-0-1 mark on the smooth artificial surface of Trojan Field doesn’t mean much after a long bus trip.