The Beatty High School baseball team won their first game of the season in a 14-2 victory over the Adelson School on Thursday, March 31.
The Pahrump Valley baseball team dropped their first league game of the season 6-4 on Friday night when they hosted the Boulder City Eagles.
The Pahrump Valley Trojans track and field team competed in the Red Rock Running Company Invitational held at Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas over the weekend.
Nye County recorded nine new cases and four deaths from COVID-19 between March 16 and Wednesday, but data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed all of Nevada in the “low” community transmission level, a positive sign as the state moves forward in its pandemic response.
The Trojans started their winning streak with an 11-0 win last Friday, March 25, when they traveled to Virgin Valley to take on the Bulldogs.
Since their poor start, the Trojans have won three of their last five games, including going 2-2 in their first four league games of the season.
The Trojans started their season with the Colorado River Tournament in Needles, California. They played five games over the course of three days, finishing with a 1-4 record in the tournament.
The Pahrump Valley baseball team defeated the Western Warriors with ease on Tuesday afternoon by a score of 10-0.
The winning duo for this week’s Shoes Brews tournament was A-division player Dennis Andersen from Pahrump and B-division player Heath Russell from Las Vegas.
On the first day of its new COVID-19 reporting system, Nye County reported a decline in most major metrics.
The Pahrump Valley Trojans baseball team defeated the Moapa Valley Pirates 14-13 for the first victory at home this season.
The Nevada State Horseshoe Pitching Association held its “Spring Has Sprung” tournament on March 11.
The Pahrump Valley Trojans began their season on Monday night with a 10-5 win on the road against the Needles High School Mustangs in a non-league game.
The event featured four schools from the Southern Nevada area – Pahrump Valley High School, Liberty High School, Desert Oasis High School and Slam Nevada.
The horsehoes competition had 20 participants making up 10 teams in a double-elimination style tournament.