When four football players were hurt before halftime of Round Mountain High School’s opener against Carlin, the Knights were forced to forfeit and shortly thereafter canceled their second scheduled game.
While the Beatty High School football team’s fourth-place finish in the Southern League did not earn a playoff berth, there will be playoff games on the Hornets’ home field.
Sixteen men and two women left the starting line in the Beatty Backyard Ultra on Saturday morning at Spicer Ranch. By that afternoon, after nine laps, half the field already had dropped out.
A season-high turnout filled three divisions at the Pahrump Boo horseshoes tournament on Oct. 26 at Petrack Park, and a pitcher from Arizona ended up taking top honors.
With his team down 2-0 to Owyhee going into the third set Friday, Beatty High School girls volleyball coach Steve Sullivan had a simple message for his team.
McKayla Bartley has thought about playing softball in college since she was 10 years old. And now, thanks to a couple of coaches and the internet, that dream is about to become reality for the Pahrump Valley High School senior.
When the state cross country championships are held in Southern Nevada, runners and coaches hope for a hot day to gain an advantage over Northern Nevada runners not used to competing in the heat.
Pahrump Valley High School volleyball coach Jill Harris figured her team was in a good place heading into the Class 3A Southern Region Tournament.
Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer coach Chris Roberts knew how tough Chaparral, the Trojans’ first-round opponent in the Class 3A Southern Region Tournament, would be.
You will not be able to convince Pahrump Valley High School girls soccer coach Julie Carrington that the better team won Wednesday’s Class 3A Southern Region Tournament semifinal game.
What you are reading is my third version of what happened Friday night at Trojan Field.
If nobody sees a soccer ball go into the net, is it a goal?
Successful cross country runners never seem satisfied, something that was evident after Saturday’s Southern Region championships in Boulder City.
The Pahrump Valley High School football team’s season ended abruptly Friday night, as Moapa Valley turned three first-half turnovers into touchdowns and cruised to a 35-0 victory in the first round of the Class 3A Southern Region playoffs.
■ When/where: 7 p.m. today, Nov. 1, Trojan Field, Pahrump.