Jake Pike’s second-place finish in Modifieds on July 21 was good enough to maintain a healthy lead in the division standings at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
With two Class 1A state championships and five region championships under his belt, Beatty High School’s rising junior Jose Granados will be among the top returning distance runners in the state next track season.
Practice is over, and what little light is left at Petrack Park is fading quickly. Most of the young soccer players have left, but two of the boys are still out there, kicking soccer balls they barely can see into a net that’s almost invisible.
One thing seemed clear as Pahrump Valley Junior Trojans cheerleaders assembled Saturday at Petrack Park: Once you start cheerleading, you come back.
In a race that saw almost one-third of the competitors fail to reach the finish line, simply making it to the end is a significant accomplishment.
The Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club is getting closer to housing the longest racetrack in the world in Pahrump. But before that occurs, area residents will get a chance to voice their opinion.
Special Olympics Nevada is looking for volunteers to help coach fall sports in Pahrump.
In one corner, young kids leap as far as they can from a standing position while an adult notes the distance.
Ashleigh Murphy admitted she cried. Terrena Martin said it was sad and hard to cope with.
Dominique Maloy is back with another set of her youth sports minicamps.