What a day it was on the Overton Arm of Lake Mead on March 1. Rex had a big fish on for a moment. Paul Bernardo, from Logandale, called and said he got four striper. The last two stripers were nine colors out in deep water, south of marker 19 around 2:00 pm.
It was a beautiful morning on Saturday, March 5, when the Moapa Valley High School Baseball and Softball teams held an annual camp to instruct and teach the basics of their sport to younger players who have an interest in the sports.
With a 16 game win streak, Lowry came to the State Basketball Finals on Saturday to win it all and give them their first state title since 2002. Moapa was coming off a close shave…
Moapa Valley High School Varsity Basketball won its state semi-final game at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas on Friday, February 25. During the course of the game, Moapa lost a 15 point lead but held on in overtime to end with 72 – 64 score against South Tahoe…
The weather forecast predicted rain over the weekend, but that didn’t interfere with the off-road racers out in the mountains on Ute Road.
The Motorcycle Racing Association of Nevada (MRAN) held it’s second round of the season, hosted by the Jackrabbits MC Club. Members of the Jackrabbits started to arrive on Wednesday night to start marking the races four different loops, check stations, start/finish lines and the scoring booth.
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.