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Weekly Pahrump Valley Junior Golf Tournaments On Mondays at 1 p.m. at Lake View Executive Golf Course. This week’s results: Age Group Winners: Boys-15-18 Austen Ancell Score — 59, Boys 7-8 Caden Briscoe Score — 47, Girls 9-11 Breanne Nygaard Score — 45.

Nugget Bowling News: Cliff Edwards bowled a 299 at the Nugget Bowling Center on July 10.

Other Bowling News: Results of the Certified Whoops Singles Tournament sponsored by Legaacy Trails Realty and Bowlers Corner: Prize winners were: A Division: Dale Bystedt 866, Devin Riley 844, Gordon Sawyer 832 and Jerry Adams 809. B Division: Elaine Barry 852, Donna Doyle 823, Marianne Hybarger 810 and Barbara Wilson 804.

Side pot: Elaine Barry 852, Gordon Sawer 832, Donna Doyle 823, Marianne Hybarger 810 and Jerry Adams 810.

Trojan 2014 Football Schedule: (All games at 7 p.m. unless specified, X= league game)

Fri 8/29 — Bonanza at home; Fri 9/05 — Boulder City away; Fri 9/12 — Mojave away X; Fri 9/19 — Western at home X; Sat 9/27 — Clark away X; Thu 10/02 — Cheyenne at home X; Fri 10/10 — Spring Valley away X; Fri 10/17 — Faith Lutheran away X; Fri 10/24 — Sierra Vista at home X.

PVHS Girls Soccer conditioning: The summer conditioning started on June 24 and will continue until July 31 on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 6:30 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. at the PVHS soccer field.

Great Games Schedule: Beatty: July 28 – Aug. 1, from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Beatty Community Park; Pahrump: Aug. 4-8, from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at J.G. Johnson Elementary School (Teaming up with PVYA. Secondary site location, Ian Deutch Memorial Park off of Honeysuckle).

Pedal to the Medal for Special Olympics: Event on Sept. 27 in Las Vegas to raise money for Special Olympics. All cyclists interested see www.pedaltothemedal.com.

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