Outscoring their opponents 43-1, the Boulder City Little League juniors dominated their way to a District 2 championship July 13 at Arroyo Grande Park.
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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, is on everybody’s list of must-see places in the Southwest, but during summer, dealing with the crowds and traffic can be frustrating at best. However, if you have some flexibility in your schedule, there’s a remedy for that problem. Check out the park’s popular main area, with its natural amphitheaters filled with striking hoodoo formations, first thing in the morning, before most visitors arrive. Then set out to other areas of Bryce for hiking.
Taking their talents to the beach, a trio of Boulder City youth volleyball players are hoping to make a name for themselves on the sand before stepping on the hardwood for the Lady Eagles.
Boulder City High School girls swimming was well represented July 14-16 on the campus of the University of Southern California as the Desert Storm swim program finished 12th out of 60 teams at the Los Angeles Invitational.
June 1, four-person scramble for Plus 55 Boulder City Men’s/Women’s Golf Association
Pit Stop team unstoppable in
Junior Eagles football team hosting clinic, seeking players
Boulder Bowl is now accepting sign-ups for its fall leagues that start in September. Visit the bowling alley at 504 California Ave. for details.
Following standout seasons with the Lady Eagles girls swim program, recent Boulder City High School graduates Mandy Gebhart, Montana Lloyd and Abby Sauerbrei are gearing up for their last summer circuit with their club team, Desert Storm.
The future of Boulder City High School’s baseball program looks bright, especially after the Eagles’ Connie Mack 14U affiliate completed an undefeated regular season.
Flagstaff, Arizona, is not only a good destination to escape the hotter weather of Southern Nevada, but also serves as the perfect base camp for a few one-day side trips to the state’s greatest sights. Within an hour or two from town, you can be at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, sliding down a natural water chute near Sedona, or visiting any of three nearby national monuments.
Zane Grothe, a 2010 graduate of Boulder City High School, will represent Team USA at the world championships in Budapest, Hungary, next month after winning the 400-meter freestyle at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships on Friday in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Alexis Lagan of Boulder City claimed her first gold medal at the USA Shooting National Championships in Fort Benning, Georgia in the women’s sport pistol competition.
Hoping to secure Boulder City High School’s first individual wrestling state championship since 2013, several Eagles traveled to Encinitas, California, recently for the La Costa Camp to hone their skills for the upcoming season.
Brewery surprises others, claims co-ed league victory
Team vs Field
After 16 years of attending a basketball camp each summer, you might think that Boulder City High School head basketball coach John Balistere might get a little bored or tired of the same thing year after year.
A trio of Boulder City High School track and field athletes have left their mark nationally, earning bids individually for the 2017 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Lawrence, Kansas, on July 24-30.
The accolades keep piling up for Boulder City High School’s newly resigned baseball head coach Bobby Reese, who was named 3A coach of the year by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association.
Mammoth Lakes, California, in the Eastern Sierra, is best known as an international winter ski and snowboard resort, but from mid-July through September it transforms into one of the best hiking, mountain biking and outdoor person’s paradises in the state. It also offers the bonus of being the best jumping-off place to visit Devils Postpile National Monument, located about 7 miles from town, and an almost unique, must-see destination.
Men’s softball league begins tourney
Boulder City High School was one of five schools crowned as a champion in the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Award of Excellence for outstanding athletic and academic performance in the 2016-17 school year.
Quickly gaining steam and churning out strong performers, organizers of the BC Alliance boys and girls youth soccer program are hoping to build on their recent success by creating more opportunities for players within the community to play high-quality soccer.
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