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This week in sports

Pahrump Valley High School Trojans discount cards now on sale

This is a fundraiser for fall sports, football, volleyball, boys and girls soccer, cross-country, girls golf, cheer and dance.

There will be a one-day sales blitz on Saturday, Aug. 19, beginning at 11 a.m. This is where all the athletes will be selling the cards.

Students will receive cards and are asked to sell and return with money on the same day. Each program will be rewarded with proceeds from the sales.

Golf news: Way to go Ross Moser, who hit a hole-in-one on Aug. 1 at the Lakeview Executive Golf Course on hole 13.

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Pahrump Valley football slate features one nonleague foe

An eight-game league schedule and only one nonleague game mark the most obvious changes from last year on the Pahrump Valley High School football team’s 2020 schedule.

NIAA finalizes winter sports alignment

The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association has completed the realignment process for winter sports, and Pahrump Valley High School basketball teams will have a new lineup of league foes next winter.

Tom Rysinski: #BeALight evening an idea worth repeating

Today is May 1, best known by some of us for those parades in Moscow’s Red Square honoring “International Workers’ Day” during the Communist era.

NDOC outlines measures taken to mitigate outbreak

The Nevada Department of Corrections held town halls in mid-April to keep inmates and staff up to date on what NDOC is doing to handle the COVID-19 outbreak, according to information on its Twitter page.

Pahrump’s Maloy signs on with new women’s pro football league

The Women’s Football League Association has a lot going for it, at least on paper. It has a CEO with a business background. It has at least one celebrity owner. It held a combine last fall in Las Vegas. It has a Facebook page and a schedule of exhibition games.

Tom Rysinski: Plan to play this spring unrealistic, but still welcome

You might have read a story in Wednesday’s paper outlining contingency plans being developed by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association to utilize if schools reopen after Gov. Steve Sisolak’s most recent Stay at Home order expires April 30.