Pahrump Valley High School senior Jackie Stobbe and juniors Skyler Lauver and Ally Rily have been named first-team all-state in Class 3A by a vote of coaches.
Sunset League Player of the Year Joey Koenig headlines a group of four Pahrump Valley High School baseball players who were voted to the All-Southern Region first team by coaches, with three more joining them on the All-Sunset League first team.
Pahrump Valley’s Koby Lindberg shot rounds of 81 and 82 at Genoa Lakes Golf Course in Genoa to lead the Trojans to a third-place finish in the Class 3A State Tournament.
From the moment the ball left the bat, Kaden Cable’s teammates knew it was gone.
The Class 1A 1,600 meters figured to be one of the highlights of the State Track &Field Championships.
Pahrump Valley’s Kaden Cable hit a game-winning 3-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning that gave the Trojans the Class 3A state title, 13-10 over Fernley on Saturday in Mesquite.
Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton has announced a mandatory meeting for players and parents at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23, in the high school cafeteria.
A state championship track meet is the ultimate example of organized chaos. There is a very specific schedule for each of the events in all four classifications, yet with so much happening at once it can be difficult to pin down exactly what’s going on.
They set a program record with 26 victories. They posted their fifth winning season in the past six years and won their third consecutive Sunset League title, reaching the playoffs for the 14th time since 2000.
A second-round loss in the Class 3A South Region Tournament meant the Pahrump Valley High School baseball team had to win three consecutive games to return to the state tournament.
After winning two events as a freshman at the region championships, Beatty’s Jose Granados swept the distance races as a sophomore, winning the 800-, 1,600- and 3,200-meter events, the last two in record time.
While Pahrump Valley High School did not crown any region champions over the weekend, six boys and 12 girls punched tickets to the states by finishing in the top four of their events at Moapa Valley High School.
When Cassondra Lauver began coaching the Pahrump Valley High School softball team this season, it was immediately clear that there was only one goal: a state championship.
“Build it and they will come.”
Cassondra Lauver knows her team can hit, so the Pahrump Valley High School softball coach wasn’t particularly concerned when visiting Boulder City took a quick 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning Wednesday in a Class 3A Southern Region Tournament winners bracket semifinal.