It was the kind of ending befitting a playoff game rather than a league opener, but it was no less satisfying for Christopher Vega and the Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team.
Gary Wyatt was determined to get back into Victory Lane.
Seniors Nico Velazquez and Halie Souza were crowned Pahrump Valley High School’s homecoming king and queen Aug. 31 during halftime of the Trojans’ football game against Sunrise Mountain.
It was a rough opening day for Pahrump’s teams in National Youth Sports Nevada tackle football games Saturday at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas, with all three teams on the wrong end of shutouts.
Cathy Behrens has a message for her fellow seniors: It’s time to get off the bench and get in the game.
An experienced, talented group of players will take the field for the Beatty High School football team this season, which opens against Trona, California, on Friday night at home
Mark Kaczmarek won four of five games to take second place in the men’s B Division to highlight the efforts of the Pahrump Dust Devils in the Nevada State Horseshoes Championship on Aug. 25 in Hawthorne.
Pahrump Valley High School football players had a simple task Friday night: start the way they did in a loss to Lowry and finish the way they did in a loss to Virgin Valley.
Pahrump Valley High School’s boys cross-country team has a very different look this season. Three runners who finished in the top 12 at the Class 3A Southern Regional championships a year ago were seniors, leaving some very big shoes to fill.
Friday night’s 42-14 homecoming victory over Sunrise Mountain was a textbook example of what Pahrump Valley football coach Joe Clayton wants to do.