Pahrump Valley High School softball coach Cassondra Lauver knew her team would have little trouble once Sunset League play began.
Beatty High School’s attempts to grow a decent grass field for its baseball and football teams is a long story of spending and frustration. But last year’s installation of turf fields was a huge step for Hornet athletics.
Pahrump resident Marvin Caperton conquered a new world March 23, bringing home three gold medals from the Mesquite Senior Games.
The NyE Communities Coalition’s HOPE Run/Walk saw its beginning more than a decade ago and in the intervening years, the event has continually grown and is now a regular tradition in the Pahrump Valley.
Lee Canyon is extending its winter season an extra week due to high snowfall.
The Nevada Silver Tappers and Ms. Senior Golden Years USA organizations are well-known in Pahrump for their many events and their participation in countless others, as well as their dedication to giving back to the community.
Over the past 23 years, the Pahrump Valley Youth Golf Founders Club has raised more than $200,000 through its annual Quarter Auction, and this year’s edition is slated for April 13 at Mountain Falls Golf Course.
Jake Riding tossed a 2-hitter to lead the Pahrump Valley High School baseball team to an 11-1 victory over Valley on Monday in a Class 3A Sunset League game in Pahrump.
Spring Mountain’s status as part of the Clark County Juvenile Justice System and recent dominance in football and basketball has led to something of a movement to get the school pushed up and out of Class 1A.
Painting lines on a tennis court is not normally something associated with years of struggle, battles with bureaucracy and a long-running battle with players of another sport.
Chuck Foote’s baby turned 35 this year, and it’s finally old enough to walk on its own. Sort of.
Saturday, March 16 was a pretty good day for Pahrump resident Anthony Matassa.
The Baker to Vegas Challenge Cup Relay passed through Pahrump on Saturday in a competition that featured hundreds of teams of law enforcement professionals.
Although many Pahrump Valley High School track and field athletes already have posted qualifying marks for the postseason, coach Fred Schmidt said some of the Trojans are disappointed by their early-season performances.
Mike Norton is always looking to see new faces at Nevada Horseshoe Pitchers Association tournaments, even if the new face is an old one.