The Amargosa Days horseshoes tournament had a bigger prize than most of the events held during the year, and Mike Nicosia and Don Brown of Pahrump, along with Larry Fellows of Las Vegas, benefited the most.
The memory of a 6-4 loss to Del Sol on April 3 in Las Vegas was fresh in the minds of Pahrump Valley High School baseball players when they took the field Friday for a rematch against the Dragons at Rod Poteete Memorial Field.
Curling is just about the friendliest sport there is, possibly because without contact with the opponent, one of the big reasons for trouble simply does not exist.
How thorough was the Pahrump Valley High School baseball team’s domination of Valley on Wednesday?
Former Pahrump Valley High School Athletic Director Larry Goins likes to recall joking with fellow Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Hall of Fame inductee Rod Poteete, the Trojans’ first baseball coach.
There’s no great story behind how Larry Goins found out he was voted into the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Hall of Fame.
The Red Rover Fitness organization specializes in fitness for youth by introducing them to a realm of health and exercise, designed to keep them engaged, interested and physically fit.
The Monster Truck Insanity Tour returned Friday and Saturday nights to Pahrump, and the tour’s operator fully intends to bring it back next year.
In the span of two weeks, the Pahrump Valley High School softball team went from playing Goliath to playing David to playing a couple of increasingly rare games against teams roughly equal to them.
The Pahrump Valley High School baseball team’s 4-game winning streak came to an abrupt halt Wednesday, as Shadow Ridge’s Mason Rhiner scattered 5 hits and struck out 7 in a 10-0 rout.
The Beatty and Tonopah high school baseball teams both compete in the Class 1A Central League, but Tuesday’s doubleheader in Tonopah was not part of the league schedule.
No matter what season it is, Pahrump Valley High School track and field coach Fred Schmidt has a saying to fit any situation.
The Pahrump Valley High School baseball team needed a travel agent more than a coach Monday for the Blazer Spring Bash.
What a difference a week makes.
It was a simple idea. Convince local businesses to donate items for a fundraiser, sell some tickets, hand out prizes and use the proceeds to fund programs for young golfers.