weather icon Clear

Sports Corner, June 10

Basketball camp: Still can join. Basketball camp at the high school runs June 22-25 from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The camp is organized by Coach Gil Llewellyn and staff.

The camp is for boys and girls from ages 6-18 of all ability levels. For the entire camp the cost is $255 but parents can pay 1 day at $50, 2 days at $90, 3 days at $125 and 4 days at $160. A half day costs $25. People interested in the camp can register at www.gametimebasketballcamps.com.

Nugget Bowling: Money earners in the P. V. 500 club’s bowling tournament held on June 6:

1st Elaine Barry 867-$44, 2nd Babs Woosley 847-$36, 3rd Marcy Fischer 845-$30, 4th Sis Fronk 838-$23, 5th Marianne Hybarger 833-$20, 6th Katherine Bishop 811-$16, 7th Jan Costa 805-$13.

Other Bowling News at the Nugget: Nocky Roach bowled his 40th 300 game on June 16.

Little League: The Nevada district IV Tournament starts July 6 to July 14 at Red Rock Little League at Rainbow Park in Las Vegas. Pahrump will send all-star teams to this tournament.

Don't miss the big stories. Like us on Facebook.
Nevada State Mining championships power through Tonopah

Another year of heavy lifting occurred in Tonopah with the 2019 Nevada State Mining Championships breezing through during the 49th annual Jim Butler Days celebration.

Pahrump 18U Trojans drop doubleheader to Faith Lutheran

It would be logical to assume that a baseball team made up of players under 18 would include many players on the high school varsity. But this summer, Pahrump’s 18U Connie Mack team takes that one step further.

Grab a pole for Free Fishing Day in Nevada on Saturday

Anglers of any age can catch their limits without a fishing license or a trout stamp at rivers, lakes and participating community ponds throughout the state.