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This week in sports

Karate Kid

PVHS freshman Reagan Adams takes three first place karate trophies for form and weapons at the 2016 USA Winter Internationals karate tournament held at the Westgate Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Jan. 30.

Annual Mom's Diner Super Nye County Coaches Super Bowl Contest

Mom's Diner donated a meal for two for the coaches that win the contest. The Nye County high school coaches gave combined points for halftime and the end of the game along with the winner of the Super Bowl. Good luck coaches and thanks for all your service to our kids.

Joe Clayton former Trojans football coach

Panthers

halftime points: 27

total points: 54

Ed Kirkwood Trojans athletic director

Panthers

halftime points: 34

total points: 57

Jen Hagstrom Trojans girls basketball coach

Panthers

Halftime points: 35

total points: 63

Sarah Kent Trojans soccer coach

Panthers

halftime points: 24

total points: 56

Matthew Kolodzieczyk Trojans cross-country coach

Panthers

halftime points: 27

total points: 48

Brian Hayes Trojans baseball coach

Panthers

halftime points: 17

total points: 33

Elice Dunsterville Beatty Hornets track coach

Broncos

halftime points: 38

total points: 57

Robert Otteson Tonopah Muckers golf coach

Broncos

halftime points: 20

total points: 44

Duffy Otteson Muckers football coach

Broncos

halftime points: 23

total points: 42

 

Adult Softball

Season starts March 7.

The league has women's on Monday nights, co-ed on Tuesday and men's on Thursday. Depending on the number of teams that sign up, we also have Wednesday and Friday available for play. Games start at 7:30 p.m. League fees for the teams to play is $200 for the spring season. Anyone interested in playing can call Diane at 775-764-1802 or Joe Snell at 775-253-5323 or by email at PV.AdultSoftball@gmail.com.

 

 

 

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Sportsman’s Quest: The Story Teller

The time of hunting and fishing conventions has come to an end and the hunting guides-outfitters have returned home to prepare for another season. I’m left with my head full of new stories and my sides still aching from laughing at the crazy tales and humorous, if sometimes dangerous, adventures we’ve shared at vendor booths, in the hallways, hotel rooms and yes, while sipping a beverage in the local “watering holes.”

JIM BUTLER DAYS: Horseshoes group honors Tonopah founder

Six competitive horseshoe pitchers met in a Nevada town with roughly 2,000 residents and home of the Clown Motel, which is next to a cemetery that dates back to 1901 in Tonopah.

Pahrump Valley baseball | 3 Trojans make top 100 in division

The defending state champion Pahrump Valley baseball weren’t able to bring home another title this season, but three standouts for the Trojans ranked in the top 100 players in the 3A division for their batting averages.

Off-roaders compete in 60-mile Beatty poker run

Beatty was filled with off-road enthusiasts for last month’s BigHorn Outback Explorers’ annual Poker Run. In all, 176 vehicles, including ATV’s, UTV’s, Jeeps, and trucks, took to the 60-mile route through Beatty’s outback backyard

Pahrump Valley baseball gets fifth straight win

Sitting undefeated in the 3A South-Mountain baseball standings, the Pahrump Valley Trojans got their fifth win in a row.

PVHS slowly catching up to No. 1 The Meadows

Kayne Horibe (8) has been essential in the last two games the Pahrump Valley baseball team has played, earning the most RBIs on the team.

Trojans home run isn’t enough for win

A home run from Madison Rodriguez (6) wasn’t enough for the Pahrump Valley softball team to beat the Sports Leadership & Management (SLAM) Bulls in a conference game on Wednesday.

SOFTBALL: Trojans top Moapa, fall to Needles

The Trojans softball team suffered their first loss this season against a school from a neighboring state on Monday, but it also added a win in a weekend game against Moapa Valley (2-1) at home.