Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton is adamant about giving offensive linemen credit. So he was absolutely delighted when senior Zach Trieb was named the Class 3A Southern Region Lineman of the Year.
Sophomore Dylan Wright and senior Jakob Landis each posted perfect days Saturday as the Pahrump Valley High School wrestling team split four matches and finished fifth in the Boulder City Duals.
It might have been opening night for Beatty High School’s basketball teams, but Alan Sandoval was in midseason form.
Senior linebacker Max Taylor was named the defensive most valuable player and senior Jose Moreno was named first team on offense and defense to highlight the postseason honors for the Beatty High School football team in the Class 1A Southern League.
Anthony Terzo sat in his Trick Truck on Friday, recalling his first unfortunate attempt at running the Pahrump Nugget 250.
The Pahrump Nugget 250 has been an overwhelming success, with hundreds of hotel rooms filled and roughly 3,000 people coming to Pahrump to witness what this year was a record number of racing teams competing in Best in the Desert Racing Association’s final race of the season.
The Pahrump Nugget 250 is as popular as ever, at least judging by the number of entrants scheduled to participate in Saturday’s off-road race.
The Pahrump Valley High School basketball teams had a rough go on their first trip of the season to Las Vegas, with a late rally falling short for the girls in a 38-34 defeat and the boys never really being in the game in a 78-36 rout Tuesday night at Bonanza High School.
Millions of people head to Las Vegas each year, hoping to strike it rich. A group from Pahrump did just that earlier this month, bringing home a huge haul of gold, silver and bronze.
Going into the Boulder City rodeo the weekend before Thanksgiving, Pahrump boasted the state’s best bull riders at both the high school and the junior high school levels.