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.
With Nicholas Morrow and Javin White out for extended periods with injuries, Raiders linebackers Tanner Muse and Divine Deablo also have chances to earn more playing time.
The Golden Knights’ roster underwent a significant shake-up this offseason, with Marc-Andre Fleury, the face of the franchise, and fan favorite Ryan Reaves being traded.
Injuries have thinned the Raiders’ depth at linebacker, and veteran K.J. Wright is still available on the free agent market, but his asking price might be too much.
The event featured four schools from the Southern Nevada area – Pahrump Valley High School, Liberty High School, Desert Oasis High School and Slam Nevada.
The horsehoes competition had 20 participants making up 10 teams in a double-elimination style tournament.
The Nevada State Horseshoe Pitching Association held a sanctioned tournament over the weekend at Leavitt Park in Las Vegas.
With the month of March beginning, that can only mean one thing in the world of sports – it’s March Madness time!
The first tournament of the Shoes &Brews Horseshoe Pitching Series took place at the Elks Lodge in Pahrump last weekend.
Pahrump Valley girls soccer head coach Julie Carrington has added more hardware to what she has already collected from a tremendous season this past fall.
The Pahrump Valley Little League baseball season is set to begin on Saturday, March 12, at Ian Deutch Memorial Park in Pahrump.
Golf season is set to begin on March 14 for Rosemary Clarke Middle School, following spring break.
The Pahrump Valley Lady Trojans came up short in their state tournament game against Lowry High School on Friday, Feb. 25, atthe Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas.
This was a Scotch-doubles style tournament, consisting of 41 teams.
The horseshoes tournament featured 22 participants who were split up into three classes.