Pahrump Valley wrestlers participated in a two-day tournament at Chaparral High School over the weekend that featured 26 schools from the southwest region.
The Trojans played host to the visiting Bulls of SLAM Academy in the first-ever meeting between the two schools.
It was the first match between the two schools.
The gym was full, and loud, to honor the five seniors who are part of the wrestling program for the Trojans.
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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.
The Pahrump girls scored 22 points before their competitors could get on the board.
The tournament was a 3-6-9 singles event that had a total of 38 bowlers split between two divisions – Womens division and Groupies division.
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Tim Kurdupski came away with the tournament win.
Wrestling head coach Craig Rieger mentioned that the matchup with Virgin Valley was very important because the two schools have a 25-year rivalry in wrestling.
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