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Trojans Soccer Camp for girls 5th through 8th grade

Cost is $60 from August 1-5, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., at the soccer field. Bring shin guards, sunscreen and a water bottle. For more info, call Julie Carrington at 775-513-8783.

Trojans Volleyball Camp

The Trojans volleyball camp will run from July 28-30 at the main gym, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., for all high school girls volleyball team members.

Trojans Jr. Wrestling would like to thank the following for supporting their wrestlers for this trip:

We would like to thank Eric Webb, Rick Marshall, Joul and James Oscarson, and Ms. Hafen. A special thanks to Eric Webb and Wings ‘n’ Things for the fundraiser they put on and all of the town businesses that donated toward the raffle. Thank you Draft Picks and Tropical Smoothie for letting us use their property for the three car washes we held.

Thanks again to all the amazing Pahrump residents and Trojan football players who helped. Go Trojans!

Bowling News:

The PVTBC will hold a certified “Whoops Singles Tournament”, with handicap, on June 25, at the Pahrump Nugget. This tournament will be sponsored by Pahrump Valley Auto Plaza and there will be one squad, at 1 p.m., (practice starts at 12:50). The tournament is open to active PVTBC members only (dues for 2016 need to be paid in this tournament if not paid prior).

Other Bowling News:

Bowler Bear Morris bowled a perfect “300” game on July 14 at 2 p.m.

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Neese, Attebery win divisions in PVTBC 9-pin no-tap tournament

Mary Neese and Annette Attebery won their divisions and Attebery and Troy Smith Jr. won side pots Saturday at the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s 9-pin no-tap tournament at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.

Pahrump Valley football workouts to resume in January

Nobody knows for sure if there will be a high school football season in Nevada, but Pahrump Valley High School football coach Joe Clayton is making preparations for one.

Tom Rysinski: Naughty or nice? Santa just doesn’t care this year

Readers might recall the first few paragraphs from the past two years. I liked the way they turned out and figured I wouldn’t be able to top them, so I’ll start and end every Christmas column with them.

Miller, Salzwimmer, Dilger win divisions in Pahrump horseshoes tournament

Ellie Miller of Richfield, Utah defeated Steve Lopez of Kingman, Arizona in a playoff to capture the tournament championship Saturday at the Southern Nevada Horseshoe Pitching Association’s fourth annual Christmas Tree Open at Petrack Park.

Gulley, O’Herron win Turkey Bowl at Pahrump Nugget

Randy Gulley rolled a 985 series to win the third annual 9-pin no-tap Turkey Bowl Tournament on Nov. 26 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.

Pahrump Trojans Gold splits two baseball doubleheaders

Jake Riding and Jalen Denton combined for 15 strikeouts and one walk Friday night as the Pahrump Trojans Gold baseball team split a doubleheader, falling 4-3 to Palo Verde and beating Sierra Vista 14-1.

Hobby Stocks goes down to final race at Pahrump Valley Speedway

A solid turnout of cars and some competitive races made for a good night of racing as Pahrump Valley Speedway closed out its season Nov. 21, although most of the season points races already had been decided.

Raiders announce grants for community nonprofit programs

The Las Vegas Raiders and the Raiders Foundation are proud to announce the Community Investment Grant Program, a new initiative dedicated to assisting nonprofit organizations obtain funding for their work in the community. The program enables Nevada-based entities to join forces with the Raiders to help produce services that effect positive change throughout the Silver State.

Best In The Desert releases its full racing schedule for 2021 season

Best In The Desert announced recently it has finalized its racing schedule for 2021, with events including timeless classics such as the BlueWater Parker 425, the Tensor Tire Parker 250, the Silver State 300, the Maxxis Tires Casey Folks Vegas to Reno, the King Shocks Desert Classic and the BlueWater Desert Challenge, which will take place on two separate weekends of racing.