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Pahrump-area Connie Mack 16U Trojans hanging on to first

The Connie Mack summer season is winding down with the Trojans 16U (16 and under) team still in first place at 9-4.

The Trojans lost their last game 15-5 against the Wildcats at Las Vegas but on June 24 swept a doubleheader at home against the Dragons 14-7 and 10-0.

Then on June 21, the Trojans played at home and split a doubleheader with the Summerlin Panthers, winning 10-0 and losing 8-4.

The 14U team lost a doubleheader to the Longhorns on June 23, 7-5 and 15-10.

The 16U team is to play today in Las Vegas against the Faith Lutheran Crusaders at 5 p.m. The next game for the 14U team is scheduled for Foothill at 5:30 p.m. in Las Vegas on July 6.

Both teams play through July 15.

Contact sports editor Vern Hee at vhee@pvtimes.com

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