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This week in sports: Mini Dwarf racing at the Pahrump Valley Speedway

Bowling News

Results of the 3-6-9 Doubles Tournament sponsored by BELLA SALON. Prize winners were: A Division: Peggy Rhoads and Joe Matassa 1636, Debbie Varner and Clint Stamp 1601, Elaine Barry and Pete Ehrlich 1596 and June Williams and Frank Medina 1590. B Division: Gloria and Terry Dofner 1627, Shirley and Don Roth 1626, Susan Wooten and Robert Barbier 1583, and Dee and Jerry Runau 1583. Side Pot: Robert Barbier 870, Terry Dofner 835 and Carl Baker 831. For information concerning PVTBC tournament results go to www.pahrumpbowlers.com.

Two days of racing at the Pahrump Valley Speedway: September 23 and 24 at 7 p.m. For more information go to Pahrumpvalleyspeedway.com.

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Fernandes, Venturo get wins for Pahrump Valley at midweek meet

The Pahrump Valley track team got back to business Tuesday afternoon with a midweek meet at Desert Oasis High School. Five schools – Pahrump Valley, Desert Oasis, Bishop Gorman, Spring Valley and Awaken Christian – from the 3A, 4A and 5A divisions competed in the meet.

Pahrump Valley gets fourth win in a row

The Pahrump Valley baseball team extended their winning streak to four straight games after closing out their appearance in the Route 66 tournament in River Valley, Arizona with three consecutive wins.

SNHPS kicks off ‘23 season in Chloride

The Southern Nevada Horseshoe Pitching Series kicked off another season over the weekend with their first tournament taking place in Chloride, Arizona.

Muckers softball off to great start

The Lady Muckers are now 4-0-1 after their win last week. This is the second consecutive season Tonopah has won four of their first five games to start the season.

Beatty Hornets open track season

HENDERSON —The Beatty Hornets and six other schools met here Tuesday at the Coronado Midweek track & field competition.

Pahrump Valley track begins at Bulldog Classic

Some of the Trojan athletes competed in the Liberty High School Newcomers competition. Here’s how they did.

SPORTSMAN’S QUEST: A trail less taken

Columnist Dan Simmons takes us down the lesser-known trail once traveled by French-Canadian explorers Marquette and Jolliet on a recent adventure with Wisconsin native, Gordon Ludwig.