Beatty had another successful fall season and both football and volleyball came away with honors. In football, Leo Verzilli was picked as coach of the year for the second year in a row. He took his team to the Class 1A Southern playoffs as the third place seed, finishing the year 5-3. Verzilli did this with no seniors. According to Beatty High School principal Chris Brockman, Verzilli has a way with the kids. “Leo gets a lot out of these kids, he inspires and motivates them,” Brockman said.
The Pahrump Valley High School wrestling team had a big year in 2014 when they won the state championship and since then it has been hard times trying to get back up to that form. The main problem over the past two years has been senior wrestlers. For the past two years the team has been hard-pressed to keep the kids wrestling into their senior year. According to Trojans wrestling coach Craig Rieger, this year is different. “We have 55 boys out for the team this year,” Rieger said.
The Lady Trojans girls hoopsters return to the court “fully reloaded” for the 2017-2018 season. Pahrump Valley High School girls basketball coach Bob Hopkins, in his second year back on the court, said his team is ready for the season. “We are not rebuilding, despite losing all the seniors last year,” he said. “We are simply reloading. This year’s team is a lot quicker than last year’s team. We also have a lot of returning lettermen from last year.
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Selecting a term
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