The Pahrump Valley boys golf team is again storming through the Class 3A Sunset League.
As long as he was already going to the high school rodeo nationals, Pahrump Valley junior Tye Hardy figured he might as well compete in two events.
The outlook for Pahrump’s P-Town Little League got a little brighter Tuesday night.
Heading into Sunset League play, the only thing that concerned Pahrump Valley softball coach Eli Armendariz was overconfidence.
Beyond the left-field fence of the softball field and not far from one turn of the track at Pahrump Valley High School sits the throwing area, where track and field athletes who participate in throwing events practice their craft.
An overflow crowd cheered every winning ball drawn for almost three hours Saturday night at Mountain Falls Golf Club, and it was music to the ears of Sarah Hopkins.
When the ball left Willie Lucas’ bat, both Lucas and Pahrump Valley baseball coach Brian Hayes thought it would be the third out of the fifth inning.
When Bryce Odegard was honored earlier this year by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association with a scholarship, he said he turned to his father and deadpanned, “How many kids actually applied?”