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At the Pahrump Valley Speedway, the third annual Relay for Life Powder Puff was held on April 26 with Pahrump Valley high school student, Andi Bishop, getting first place. Second place went to Bailey Chappell and third went to Reagan Van Engen.

On Saturday, the track will have the “Late Model Clash”, which features a $1,000 to win. Second place is $750 and 3rd place is $500. The racing starts at 7 p.m.

3rd annual Relay for Life Powder Puff: 1st – Andi Bishop #14X, 2nd -Bailey Chappell #7R, 3rd – Reagan Van Engen #18X, 4th – Jennifer Phelps #311, 5th – Stacey Shoemaker #11,6th – Jerry Layne #7, 7th – Amber Daub #8s, 8th – Anita Smith #420, 9th – Jill Wufenstein #76, 10th – Janel Layne #11X, 11th – Karen Elliott #360, 12th – Cheyenne Gray-Broadhead #81, 13th – Julie Suber #34D (DNS); Coupe:1st – Mike Belcher #311, 2nd – Mark Daub #88, 3rd – Jeri Patrick #10, 4th – Larry Shaw #40, 5th – David Belcher #9, 6th – Terry Hiser #44 Bomber: 1st – Gary Wyatt #65, 2nd – Ryan Layne #77, 3rd – JJ Nunn #33, 4th -Arlie Daniels #10, 5th – Jon Pietrorazio #1, 6th – Verne Hill #31, 7th – Russ Wilson #29; IMCA Modified: 1st – Jeff Talley #6, 2nd – Jason Pike #23, 3rd – Clifton King #66, 4th – Bryan Wulfenstein #29, 5th – Dusty Park #5, 6th – Tony Kinkade, Jr #59, 7th – Beau Gott #32, 8th – Jon Jensen #8, 9th – Rich Horibe #13, 10th – Tommy Kahele #9, 11th – Joe Wabsis #40; Mini Stock: 1st – Ryan Layne #11, 2nd – CJ Broadhead #81, 3rd – Dusty Layne #7, 4th – Anthony Broadhead #61, 5th – Sue Smotherman #14, 6th – Robert Steinberg #8, 7th – April Mitchell #18x, 8th – Blaine White #46, 9th – Mike Suber #34D, 10th – Matt Belcher #360 (DNS), 11th – Mike Belcher #311 (DQ); Dwarf:

1st – Mike Pecoff #3X, 2nd – Brett Gamble #47X; WCSS: 1st – Steve Nash #4, 2nd – Jim Wulfenstien #12, 3rd – Pete Wallace #7III, 4th – David Vlaszef #25, 5th – Donald Riley #27.

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 nThings 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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