Established in 2017, Pahrump Youth Sports (PYS) provides the youth in our community a nurturing environment to enrich their lives by playing organized sports.
Good sportsmanship is viewed by the Pahrump Youth Sports organization as a commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity. In perception and practice, sportsmanship is defined as those qualities which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. The ideals of sportsmanship apply equally to all sports. Individuals, regardless of their role in activities, are expected to be aware of their influence on the behavior of others and model good sportsmanship.
PYS believes that the pursuit of excellence in the areas of academics and sports helps develop maturity and self-confidence. We believe that the experiences a player has with PYS will be beneficial throughout his/her lifetime.
PYS is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. There are no paid positions in the organization; everyone is a volunteer. Help us to make PYS better, get involved. There are many positions available.
Congratulations to Lloyd Peugh! He is our new President for Pahrump Youth Sports.
Congratulations to Rachael Walker! She is the new Secretary for Pahrump Youth Sports.
Congratulations to Robert Tibbets, he is the new Treasurer for Pahrump Youth Sports.
The Director of Ways and Means shall oversee fund raising and community events.
a. The Director of Ways and Means shall also be responsible for the management of the concession stand.
b. The Director of Ways and Means will chair the Ways and Means Committee.
c. The Director of Ways and Means will organize and manage community outreach events such as parades, opening day events, off season camps, and other such activities deemed beneficial to the organization.
The Communications Director shall be responsible for managing and directing the internal and external communications of the organization.
a. The Communications Director shall oversee communications within the organization.
b. The Communications Director shall oversee promoting special events.
c. The Communications Director shall schedule interviews with the local press on behalf of the organization.
d. The Communications Director shall be responsible for managing the organization’s public image.
Must pass a background check, be available for practices M-F 5:30-7:30, and games on Saturdays, locations and times vary. Call 775-513-1957 for more info. Every coach will have to be certified.