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Pahrump Valley Speedway Aug. 16

Coupe: 1st -Mike Belcher #311, 2nd -Mark Daub #88, 3rd – David Belcher #9, 4th – Jeri Patrick #10, 5th – Cheyenne Broadhead #19, 6th – Anthony Broadhead #11 (DNS); Bomber: 1st – Arlie Daniel #10, 2nd – Gary Wyatt #65, 3rd – Verne Hill #31, 4th – JJ Nunn #33, 5th – Jon Pietrorazio #1, 6th – Russ Wilson #29, 7th – Cody Chappell #7, 8th – Mike Layne #3; IMCA Modified: 1st – Dan Fitzgerald #87n, 2nd – Bryan Wulfenstein #29, 3rd – Jon Jensen #8, 4th – Jason Pike #23, 5th – Beau Gott #32, 6th – Rich Horibe #13, 7th – Keith Gott #55, 8th – Joe Wabsis #40 (DNS); WCSS: 1st – Steve Nash #4, 2nd – Alex Williams #11a, 3rd – Bryan Wulfenstein #12x, 4th – Joel Dean #07, 5th – Pete Wallace #7iii, 6th – Justin Kramer #9; Mini Stock: 1st – Dylin Smotherman #21, 2nd – Sue Smotherman #14, 3rd -Matt Belcher #360, 4th – Jabez Broadhead #81, 5th – Ryan Ceballo #2, 6th – Dusty Layne #7, 7th – Stephen Suber #27jr, 8th – Jordan Belcher #20; Dwarf: 1st – Brett Gamble #47x, 2nd -Jeremiah Tatum #3.

Lady Trojans soccer: The Lady Trojans have a home game on Saturday at 8 a.m. Let’s pack the stands and show some support for our two-time state champion team!

Bowling News: The PVTBC will hold a 9-6-9 doubles tournament on Aug. 30 at the Pahrump Nugget at 1 p.m. The tournament is open to all PVTBC members.

Horseshoe Tournament: Fall Festival on Sept. 28 at Petrack Park Horseshoe Pits ( next to Pool). Everyone is welcome to play. Entree fee $10 per player. Any questions contact: Mike Norton 775-537-0542.

Senior softball at Petrack Park: Men and women over 50 meet at the park Monday and Friday at 8 a.m. for softball. Call Ken for more info: 775-727-6413.

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