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Richard Stephens / Pahrump Valley Times

The Beatty High School student council flew into action on Sept. 13 when they found out that Indian Springs had to forfeit the game between the two schools. The council made numerous phone calls and put together a fun flag football game between the student body and alumni (who looked like the cast from the “Expendables”). The game filled the bleachers and saved the hot dogs and hamburgers from going bad in the concession stand.

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Booster cards that give 10 percent off from participating sponsors are being sold by Trojans athletes for $10.

Charlotte Uyeno / Pahrump Valley Times

Football is in the air, youth football has started. Just hanging out tossing the coin and looking cool from left to right: #17 Makoa Baktongbacal, #15 Blue Glysson, # 22 Jay Amaya, #11 Peyton Coffman.

Charlotte Uyeno / Pahrump Valley Times

Team 8U #8, Kayne Horibe scores a long TD at a youth football game.

By Vern Hee

Pahrump Valley Times

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