McCullough Arena will host the first Nevada State High School Rodeo Association event of 2019 next weekend, and Pahrump Valley’s rodeo director, Buddy Krebs, has plenty of work to do to make it happen.
It wasn’t all that long ago when Tayla Wombaker was wondering if she would ever see playing time for the Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team.
The Pahrump Valley High School boys basketball team won its first Sunset League game of the season Monday night, pinning a 54-50 defeat on Western in overtime in Pahrump.
It was way too cold and way too windy to think about playing baseball and softball, but that didn’t stop 11-year-old Kayleen Carranza from showing up with her mother Wednesday night at Ian Deutch Memorial Park to get registered for the upcoming Little League season.
Less than a week after Pahrump Valley High School teammates Dylan Wright and Tristan Maughan had wrestled for the Class 3A Southern Region 160-pound championship, there they were again battling in a tournament setting.
The Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball team has a knack for not looking past inferior teams. They might not always be sharp, but they always work hard. And if they work hard and are sharp, the scores can be pretty decisive.
Aimee Senior is not used to this.
This year’s National Letter of Intent signees of Pahrump Valley High School will not be starting their college careers alone. Two of them are going to the same school to play football, and the third again will be playing baseball with his brother.