Although he had to deal with a major setback, in the end, the spring season could not have worked out better for Parker Hart.
“Hey, little ones,” Dusty Park calls out, and more than a dozen kids aged 3 to 10 gather around.
It would be logical to assume that a baseball team made up of players under 18 would include many players on the high school varsity. But this summer, Pahrump’s 18U Connie Mack team takes that one step further.
Cathy Behrens never has been to the National Senior Games. Susan Zink participated four years ago in Minnesota.
The biggest problem faced by the Pahrump 14U Connie Mack team early in the season appears to be the starting times of games.
The Las Vegas Bowl is getting later, larger and more lavish.
Ask Kathy Niles what you can’t get living in Iowa after living in Southern Nevada, and thoughts turn to food.
Tye Hardy knows what it’s like to compete in the national rodeo championship. Brandon Mountz is about to find out.
Not a lot of things went right for Pahrump resident Marvin Caperton at this year’s Bay Area Senior Games.
A return visit from Lowry, an opponent new to Class 3A, and a trip to Class 4A foe Coronado, highlight Pahrump Valley High School’s 2019 football schedule, which was tentatively released this week.
Ask Jacob Cipollini about what school subject gives him the most trouble, and it doesn’t take him long to come up with an answer.
One anecdote neatly sums up both the attitude young female wrestlers face and a great way to combat it.
Throughout the spring, the scores were just plain ugly. Pahrump Valley High School’s softball team went undefeated in the Class 3A Sunset League for the third year in a row, running the winning streak to 31 games, with all but the first of the 31 via the mercy rule.
Say what you want — and people have said, are saying and will say plenty — but it worked.
Pahrump Valley High School senior Jackie Stobbe and juniors Skyler Lauver and Ally Rily have been named first-team all-state in Class 3A by a vote of coaches.