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Baseball Scores Southern Division 1-A Wednesday games: Pahrump Valley 6 Chaparral 7, Mojave 3 Moapa 2, Tech 5 Cheyenne 2, Faith Lutheran 16 Boulder City 0.

Softball Southern Division 1-A Wednesday games:

Pahrump Valley 6 Faith Lutheran 5, Tech 18 Moapa Valley 11, Cheyenne 10 Mojave 7, Boulder City 14 Virgin Valley 0.

First annual Pahrump Youth Softball Summer Softball Camp: Camp will be from June 17-19, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The ages are from 8-15 and the location is Ian Duetch Park. Camp cost is $125 per player and $100 per additional sibling. To register, call 800-222-8152.

Pop Warner Football and Cheer sign-ups: Registration will be on May 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at PV Wings n Things 1301 S. Loop Rd. Ages are from 6 to 11 and cost is $200 for football and $100 for cheer. For more info, see Facebook page: Pahrump Valley Pop Warner or call 702-658-3283.

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NIAA makes contingency plans for competiton after April 30

The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association, still hoping to conduct competition during the spring season, has been putting together contingency plans based on schools opening May 1, the day after Gov. Steve Sisolak’s most recent “Stay at Home” order expires.

Tonopah quarterback Otteson to continue career at Doane

College sports recruiting is not what it used to be, but it worked out well for Tonopah High School senior Dillan Otteson, who found a football home via the internet.

Pahrump Valley’s alumni coaches empathize with players

Before the schools were closed, spring sports were shut down, first by Pahrump Valley High School, then by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.

NIAA making plans for shortened spring season

With schools being closed for an undetermined period of time, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association is making plans for how to handle spring sports should they reopen with enough time left for competition.

Baseball: Quick end to season hits Pahrump Valley seniors hard

All high school athletes hope for a special senior year, the culmination of four years of practicing, training and competing ideally leads to some great memories before the next chapter begins.