The magic carpet ride that took the Pahrump Valley High School football team through an undefeated Sunset League campaign, a playoff bye and the school’s first playoff victory in 40 years came to an abrupt end Saturday afternoon in Fallon.
A year ago, the Pahrump Valley girls soccer team’s dreams of a first state title since 2012 were ended by Truckee in the Class 3A state semifinals. And when the Trojans found the Wolverines would be their opponent in this year’s semifinals, they knew what they would be up against.
Despite the issues that come with aging, some good things happen as we get older. There are senior discounts, special slot tournaments and getting to pitch horseshoes from 30 feet.
Lee Canyon, Southern Nevada’s premier winter and summer outdoor adventure destination, launched Spread the Warmth, a winter coat drive benefiting Project 150, a local nonprofit that assists more than 6,000 disadvantaged high school students in the Clark County School District.
The Pahrump Valley Warriors knew they were in for a tough game in the National Youth Sports Nevada 13U semifinals Oct. 27 at Trojan Field.
One of the best parts about postseason football is the chance for teams that don’t know each other well to cross paths with everything on the line. When the styles are very different, that just adds to the intrigue.
Marvin Olson of Pahrump hit a hole-in-one Oct. 26 at Lakeview Executive Golf Course, certified by Jean Kocvara of the Lakeview pro shop.
After what happened the first time Pahrump Valley and Boulder City met this season, there was little doubt what the Trojans’ primary goal had to be the second time around: Stop Thorsten Balmer.
The game summary shows that Makayla Gent scored the only goal Saturday when the Pahrump Valley girls soccer team defeated Western 1-0 to win the Class 3A Southern Region championship at the Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex in Las Vegas.
Jose Granados had very high expectations for his first cross-country season after winning two Class 1A state track and field titles last spring. But even he couldn’t be upset with himself after finishing third Saturday in the Class 2A/1A state championship meet at Veterans Memorial Park in Boulder City.