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THIS WEEK IN SPORTS

H.O.P.E. run

The H.O.P.E. run is on Saturday, starting and ending at the Mountain Falls clubhouse.

The run will start promptly at 8 a.m. Organizers are expecting 150 participants. The winners get the H.O.P.E. Cup for the team with the most participants.

The top two teams - Floyd Elementary School and the Nye County Drug Court are in a major competition for the trophy.

 

Pahrump Valley Speedway

The speedway is racing this Saturday at 7 p.m. There will be no Dwarf racing this weekend.

Adult tickets: $10, seniors 55+: $8, children 6-14 years: $6, children age 5 and under are FREE.

Family Six Pack: $30 for two adults and four kids under age 14. Season Pass: $180.

THE LATEST
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.

Muckers baseball off to 1-3 start this season

By the end of the weekend, the Tonopah Muckers had played four games, where they scored over 17 runs.

Muckers start softball season 1-3

Tonopah softball started their season over the weekend with four games on Friday and Saturday.

RODEO 2024: Here are the winners

The Nevada State High School Rodeo was in Pahrump last weekend where junior and senior high school students from around the state came to compete after their winter break.

Trojans girls basketball moves on to the quarterfinals

After Avery Moore stole a pass from the Sports Leadership and Management (SLAM) girls basketball team she passed the ball to Paris Coleman who ran up and scored the team’s fourth two-pointer in less than two minutes.