Betty Heil is 86 and is seen above earning a gold medal in the shot put. At her age she still proudly competes in the Senior Olympic Games in the shot put and javelin. She recently went to the National Senior Games in Minneapolis, Minnesota in August, where she took home a gold and a silver medal in the shot put and javelin.
DJ Zuloaga and Lathan Dilger defeated Dennis and Chad Andersen for the second time to win Jefferson’s Halloween Haunt horseshoes tournament Friday, Oct. 30 in Pahrump.
The Pahrump Valley Junior High and High School Rodeo Club will host its annual high school rodeo in conjunction with Pahrump Valley Days in February, and sponsors are needed to help fund the event.
Jared Ward’s third consecutive Hobby Stock victory added a point to the slimmest margin between first and second place of any class during the Nov. 7 racing at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
You hear it all the time. Pitching and defense. Pitching and defense. Pitching and defense win baseball games.
The Pahrump Trojans Maroon baseball club was back in Bullhead City, Arizona, last weekend, and on the paper the trip was not a pleasant one. The Trojans ended the first day 0-2, seeded 10th of 12 teams, and managed just one win in four games, a one-run game Sunday morning, as they finished the Double Play 16+ tournament by being outscored 30-13.
Alan Sanders Sr. rolled a 1,038 series on Oct. 31 to win the Pumpkin Pin Bash at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
There are perfectly fine horseshoe pits at Petrack Park in Pahrump. There is a larger set of pits at the Joe Friel Sports Complex in Tonopah. They have fixed up the large set of pits in Beatty.
Jared Ward in Hobby Stocks and Mark Daub in Coupes added to their season points lead by posting victories Oct. 24 at Pahrump Valley Speedway.
Pahrump baseball coaches Brian Hayes and Drew Middleton each remember their first encounter with Jalen Denton.
The Pahrump Gold baseball club started the fall season playing in tournaments in Bullhead City, Arizona. The results were mostly good, reaching the final of one tournament and winning another, but there was a sense that nothing much was being accomplished.