Losing a football game by one point can be tough to take. Losing a football game by two points isn’t much easier. But what about doing both on consecutive weeks? Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton is eager to see just how his team responds to the adversity when they take the field at home Friday against Sunrise Mountain.
Except for the ending, it was the kind of drive that sticks in the memory for a long time.
With the checkered flag waving on another exciting night of close racing action Saturday at Pahrump Valley Speedway, 14-year-old Jake Pike picked up his second consecutive Modified feature event.
Was it a devastating, soul-crushing loss? Or was it just a frustrating but minor bump in the road?
It’s long, almost 550 miles. It’s hot, traversing the Nevada desert in August. And it’s not easy, a fair percentage of competitors don’t finish each year.
The last time Bo Anders competed in a horseshoes tournament in Pahrump, he tied for first in the A Division of the Saddle West Open but lost in a playoff to Kim Bradshaw.
The band will be ready. The cheerleaders will be ready. The concession stands will be ready. And, hopefully, the football team will be ready tonight when football returns to Pahrump Valley High School.
Near perfection offensively. That’s how Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton described his team’s performance Friday night against Lowry in Winnemucca.
Seven high school students were taking turns hitting tennis balls being fired at them by a machine.
The Best in the Desert is holding its annual Las Vegas to Reno desert off-highway vehicle race beginning early today near the town of Beatty, Nevada with the final participants finishing near the town of Dayton, Nevada around 11 a.m., on Saturday, Aug 18.