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Sports Corner, Aug. 7

Bowling News

Tuesday night Men’s Four bowling league starts Sept. 1 at 6:30 p.m. and the cost is $15 per week. If you are interested in joining please call the Nugget Bowling Center at 775-751-6525.

Steve Bar bowled a 300 game on Aug. 5 at 7:21 p.m.

AYSO news:

AYSO Region 808 will be having a donation dinner on Aug. 23 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Pahrump Moose Lodge at 1100 East 2nd St. Dinner will be hamburgers, hot dogs and French fries and there will be a 50/50 drawing and a bake sale. For more info call 775-727-6465.

Special Olympics News:

Bowling for the Gold is on Aug. 23 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $50 per four-person team.

Space is limited to 26 teams. Included: 3 games, shoes and 3 raffle tickets for each bowler.

Come join the Pahrump Special Olympians and the Nye County Sheriff’s Office for an afternoon of bowling fun, as our Pahrump Mustangs bowling team prepares for their bowling season that will begin in August.

August 9 – Moose Lodge Donation Dinner for Special Olympics – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Pahrump Moose Lodge at 1100 East 2nd St.

Pahrump Valley Speedway Aug. 1 results

The next race will be Aug. 15 at 7 p.m.

Super stock: 1. Steve Nash # 36, 2. Rylan Foster # 44, 3. Rafael Flores # 21, 4. Jerry Carrington # 5, 5. David Belcher # 9 DQ; Mini Stock: 1. Robert Smotherman # 24, 2. Anthony Broadhead #61, 3. Dusty Layne # 7, 4. Terry Heiser # 44, 5. CJ Broadhead # 81, 6. Jabez Broadhead # 66, 7. April Mitchell # 18, 8. Janel Layne # 11, 9. Dylin Smotherman # 2; Bombers: 1. Russ Wilson # 29, 2. Mike Layne # 3; Coupes: 1. Mark Daub # 88, 2. Allen Lokey # 89, 3. Jeri Patrick # 10, 4. Scott Brady # 55, 5. Matt Belcher # 9; Hobby stock: 1.Eric Hallett # 54, 2. CJ Broadhead #17, 2. Chad Broadhead # 61, 3. Jabez Broadhead # 66; Modified: 1. Clifton King # 66, 2. Dan Snowden # 42, 3. Dan Hatfield # 51, 4. Tommy Kahele # 9, 5. John Mitchell # 00x; Dwarf: 1. Derrick Rosse # 40, 2. Cecillia Dillie # 4x, 3. Justin Griffiths # 17x, 4. Scott Halloway # 56, 5. Scott Kelley # 9x, 6. Brett Gamble # 47x, 7. Randy Ferrero # 76, 8. Jeremiah Tatum # 55; Sr. Karts: 1. Jake Pike # 23, 2. Chase Bandazian # 192, 3. Jaiden Pike # 10, 4. Adin Broughton # 99; Jr. Karts: 1. Wyatt Wells # 36, 2. Joshua Slusher # 3, 3. Levi Harhay # 11, 4. Jace Jensen # 8, 5. Miya Broughton # 99; Mod Mini: 1. Jon Burch # 83, 2. Tony Martin # 50, 3. Anthony Martin # 17.

 

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