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This week in sports

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Parker Hart signs his college letter of intent for Black Hawk College, a small college in Moline, Illinois, while his mother, Laura Daun looks on. Hart will be playing baseball and is a three-sport athlete for the Trojans, playing football, basketball and baseball.

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On Monday, before the Trojans softball game with Desert Pines, the Pahrump VFW Post 10054 presented the Trojans softball team with a check for $1,884, which was raised by the VFW at the annual softball charity game at the beginning of the season.

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There is a new boxing coach in town, Ruben Bajo, with a new class. Stay tuned, more to come.

By Vern Hee

Pahrump Valley Times

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Getting to Know: Antonio Bleasdell

Bleasdell was in fourth grade the first time he touched a basketball — his first experience was dribbling and shooting with a soccer ball at the park near his house.

Carr, Raiders fall short in playoff comeback

The Raiders came into the playoffs tied for the longest active winning streak of four games with the Buffalo Bills.

Trojans baseball raises money with car wash

The four-hour event raised more than $3,500 to buy new equipment and repair old equipment.

Trojans start league play with a win

The Pirates of Sloan Canyon attempted a late push near the end of the game, but the Trojans defense stood strong and fought off the comeback attempt.

Lady Trojans thump Dragons

The Pahrump girls scored 22 points before their competitors could get on the board.