Booey McClard has played a lot of sports during his 11 years, but this summer he’s doing something new to him.
The Pahrump Valley High School boys soccer team ended a decade-long playoff drought in dramatic fashion last fall.
Sixteen years is a long time between winning medals in a national sporting event, but Randy Gulley proved last month that, when it comes to bowling, he’s still got it.
While Lee Canyon’s location seven climate zones above the desert floor keeps summer guests cool and comfortable, those who have been injured negotiating the slopes during the winter are never far from the minds of management, employees and guests.
Deron Jones remembers playing in the Pahrump Valley Open Inferno in the past, when it was an annual event at Lakeview Executive Golf Course.
Ask Manuel Souza what is most important about the rodeos his Souza’s Bucking Broncos puts on, and he’s quick to answer.
Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series catching up with Pahrump Valley High School graduates who are continuing their athletic careers in college.
It was a rough weekend for Pahrump baseball teams, as two of them traveled to Las Vegas for postseason tournaments and came back 0-2 in the double-elimination events.
The tournament was held at Petrack Park in Pahrump. The tournament was sponsored by Saddle West Hotel Casino RV Resort in Pahrump. So naturally, someone from Pahrump was the big winner.
From a purely competitive standpoint, it would be hard to have a rougher trip to the National Senior Games than Susan Zink.
Ask Kayne Horibe about his confidence level going into this weekend’s District 4 Tournament, and you get a very reasonable response.
Marvin Caperton is used to going to local and regional senior track and field competitions and bringing back a haul of medals. But even the confident Caperton was impressed with what he was able to do in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
This is the fourth in a series of stories catching up with Pahrump Valley High School graduates who are continuing their athletic careers in college.
Pahrump resident Cathy Behrens was so excited to qualify for the National Senior Games and so fired up for the trip to compete in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that it seemed impossible for the experience to live up to the anticipation.