Finding ways to stay active and preparing for the future are helping to fill the days of Pahrump Valley High School softball players who find themselves with more time on their hands than they have had in spring in years.
Revamped region tournaments would be held but state tournaments would be canceled under contingency plans being developed to salvage something out of the spring high school sports season.
The first word of the long-awaited email told Paris Coleman everything she needed to know.
In what might have been the last competitive event held in Pahrump before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports, Dennis Andersen and Mike Norton of Pahrump won first place in the Silver State Chili Cook-Off Horseshoes Tournament on March 14 at Petrack Park.
Shutting down professional and collegiate sports because of the COVID-19 pandemic left enormous holes in television programming, and not just on networks devoted to sports.
Nicky Velazquez and Maddy Souza each scored 13 points, but the Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team’s season ended Thursday night in the 3A state semifinals with a 57-51 loss to Fernley.
Cathleen Steck and Cliff Edwards combined to roll a 752 series to win Division A of the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s scotch doubles tournament on Saturday at the Pahrump Nugget.
The game had all of the drama and intensity a title game deserves. Unfortunately for Pahrump Valley’s girls basketball team, it also had Kaitlyn Anderson.
Word about Mountain Falls Golf Club is starting to spread, and after last week news of the course will have reached Taiwan.
The Nevada State High School Rodeo Association will return to Pahrump this weekend at McCullough Rodeo Arena, in conjunction with the 7th annual Pahrump Balloon Festival at Petrack Park.
Bob Hopkins had reason to be nervous heading into the Class 3A Southern Region Tournament opener Tuesday night against Sunrise Mountain.
Participation was down a bit, but that didn’t take away from the school spirit, camaraderie and just plain fun of the annual Maroon and Gold Alumni Baseball Game on Saturday at Trojan Field.
This column is the sixth and final part of a series looking at club sports and their impact on high school athletics.
The “Bowling for Heroes” event, held Sunday, Feb. 9 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center to benefit Wounded Warrior Project was a huge success, according to event organizer Denise Flanagan.
Considering what Marvin Caperton usually accomplished at track meets, for him to say he had “epic results” means something special must have happened.