Football is an expensive sport. Training and outfitting a full roster runs into the thousands of dollars for the bare minimums.
For many high school athletes, summer vacation is a myth. From casual workouts to full-blown practices, they are out there getting ready for the fall season.
In many youth sports, playing the best means traveling to California. The Pahrump 05 Trojans girls soccer team did just that and found they could hold their own.
Scott Hirschi admitted it: He was checking to see if he would come up to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning of the District 4 championship game last week at Mountain Ridge Park in Las Vegas.
Playing the U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Region Championships in Hawaii gives quite the home-field advantage for Hawaiian clubs.
Youngster Brandon Jones was finally able to pick up his first Mini Stocks feature event win Saturday night in what had to be the best finish of the season between the top three drivers at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
It wasn’t always pretty, but when it was over, the scoreboard was a beautiful sight to anyone connected to Pahrump baseball.
The bigger the stage, the faster Jose Granados seems to run.
Manuel Souza is not one to miss an opportunity, even if he’s just passing through town.
After more than four hours, more than 200 pitches, 12 innings and being down to their last strike three times, a hit batter put Pahrump into the Little League Juniors District 4 championship.