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This week in sports • Nov. 4

Photos by Horace Langford Jr. / Pahrump Valley Times

Varsity boys soccer seniors stand with their parents before the last game. The following are the seniors: Nathan Vallin, Jose Montes, Tristyn Wombaker, Alejandro Ramirez, Baily Crawford, Nick Harris, Carlos Ortega, Paul Holmes, Ricardo Marquez and Tylor Quinteros. The Trojans varsity team was coached by Wes Icard, Jon Petaros and Allen Forshee.

Damien Shaw and Brian Mata race down the field for the JV boys soccer team during the Western game.

Alvaro Garcia of the Trojans JV team with the ball against Western.

By Vern Hee

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