The Lady Eagles’ bid for a third consecutive flag football state title ended Feb. 16 with a 35-13 loss to Cheyenne in a rematch of last season’s state championship game.
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Boulder City High School’s track and field program will be in transition this season as head coach Joshua Fisher departs to take over the new boys’ volleyball program.
The Boulder City High School girls basketball team ran out of gas Feb. 15 against Desert Pines and lost 31-25 in the first round of the 3A playoffs. Despite the loss, the team proved it’s a program on the rise.
Men’s basketball league ends with championship games
Feb. 2, four-person scramble, for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association
Playing the role of David for the past two seasons, the Boulder City High School girls bowling team finally came out victorious against Goliath on Friday at The Orleans, defeating rival Southeast Career Technical Academy 1,892-1,858 to capture its first 3A state championship in school history.
The top Southern Nevada team to place in the state wrestling championships, Boulder City High School walked away with third place, with a score of 123.5, falling behind northern powerhouses Spring Creek (135) and Churchill County (132.5) during Saturday’s competition in Sparks.
Finding balance on both sides of the ball during the Lady Eagle’s flag football 26-6 victory over Chaparral on Feb. 8, Boulder City High School head coach Chris Morelli is hopefully the team can stay consistent throughout the postseason.
Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area should be considered a must-see place by every outdoor person in the metropolitan Las Vegas area. Handily located at the southern tip of Nevada, the park was established in 1996, directly on the Colorado River south of Laughlin’s Casino Drive.
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Men’s basketball league competition heats up
Boulder Bowl results as of Feb. 11
Securing a playoff berth after a one-season hiatus, the Boulder City High School girls basketball program split its final two games of the regular season, defeating Chaparral on Feb. 8 and losing to Moapa Valley on Friday.
Because of its location on the border between the United States and Mexico about two hours from either Phoenix or Tucson, Arizona, a visit to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument requires some effort. But the payoff, in addition to seeing unusual cactuses, is the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert.
On its way to winning the 3A Southern Region title Saturday, Boulder City High School’s wrestling team set a school record, sending 16 of its 18 wrestlers to Friday’s state tournament at Spanish Springs High School in Sparks.
Boulder City High School football player Craig Kelso has signed his letter of intent with Division II program Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he’ll play football for the Golden Bears in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference.
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Men’s basketball league begins postseason play
Jan. 5, four-person two-best ball format for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association
Little League tryouts scheduled for Saturday at Veterans’ park
Boulder City High School’s boys bowling team trailed Mojave in their first match by 18 pins during Monday’s 3A first round playoff match-up, but outscored the Rattlers by 135 pins in the second match to claim a 2,047-1,940 victory.
Boulder City High School football player Taylor Hatchel has signed his letter of intent with Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, where he’ll play football for the Broncos at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics level.
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