The 2010-2011 wrestling season came to an end for the Pirates with the culmination of the State Tournament at Spanish Springs High School in Sparks, Nevada. The wrestlers competed over the course of two days in front of an impressive crowd.
A nice striper was landed by Bud Barber on Friday in the Overton Arm of Lake Mead. Bud and Junior caught a total of 24 Striper today jigging with lures.
On Thursday night a quiet pirate crowd witnessed a quiet blow out of Boulder City. Quiet because Moapa trailed 34-35 at the half after having a slow 2nd quarter.
The Lady Pirates played their best game of the season on Thursday night against the Boulder City Eagles. Boulder City had beaten Moapa badly in the previous meetings. However, with those games well behind them, the Lady Pirates had nothing to lose.
The local Clark County Parks and Recreation finished up the last of its Basketball games on Feb. 17. Games began on Jan. 11 with the help of local referees and Volunteer coaches.
Moapa Valley High School hosted the 3A Division Wrestling Tournament on Saturday. The tournament is important not only because of the Division Team Title but also individual wrestlers are seeded into the state tournament bracket based on their division standings.
The 10th annual Kendall Tenney’s Run for a Wish benefitting the local Southern Nevada Chapter of Make A Wish foundation took place at Town Square in Las Vegas on Saturday February 5th.
This game between the Bulldogs and the Pirates promised to be a classic. It turned out to be a three point victory for the Dawgs and a bye for them in the League tournament next week.
In the beginning this game looked as if it was going to the Dawgs real quick. In the end the Lady Pirates found they can compete and gained a lot of confidence in their abilities
It Takes Heart To Be A Hero. This is the theme for the 2011 Jump Rope for Heart program participated in by Bowler Elementary students on Friday, February 11.