Youth football is underway in town and Pahrump has a new 13-and-under team with the National Youth Sports Nevada League out of Las Vegas called the Warriors and coached by Cameron Batongbacal. All the boys on the team are from Pahrump and play games in town and in Las Vegas. Last weekend the team played Faith Lutheran on the road and beat them 27-0. Jay Amaya had two-rushing touchdowns and an interception on defense. Bryan Martinez also had two-rushing TDs as well.
Pahrump Valley High School students went all out to decorate their school, showing a lot of school pride and school spirit. The homecoming football game is where the alumni come back to watch the game and during the game it is traditional to announce the homecoming king and queen and their court at halftime. In the spirit of things, the high school decided to generate some school spirit by having the students decorate the hallways of the school to the theme "Blast from the Past."
Pahrump Valley golfer Breanne Nygaard knew she had a good game going after she birdied the first three holes at Mountain Falls Golf Course, but you wouldn’t know it from her attitude. She was cool, calm and showed little emotion as she went through the first three holes, hitting each ball smoothly and with little effort. After she birdied the third hole, she took a breath to say a few words. “I think the most I have birdied is four holes, but I am not sure,” said Nygaard, a freshman.
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