Boulder City High School girls tennis star sophomore Olivia Mikkelson waited patiently on Tuesday at 4A Silverado for her serves to be returned, except the majority of them weren’t. Overpowering her opponents with ease, Mikkelson completed a 3-0 sweep on the day, Leading the Lady Eagles past the Skyhawks 14-4.
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Freshman Ava Wright set the tone early for Boulder City High School girls volleyball Tuesday night against Virgin Valley, floating a beautiful assist to senior Maggie Roe for a vicious kill on the game’s first play. Having trouble during the regular season with the rival Bulldogs in the past, the Lady Eagles built confidence early with an 11-point opening-match victory, sweeping Virgin Valley 25-14, 26-24, 25-20.
Boulder City High School will induct its ninth class of honorees into its Golden Eagle Hall of Fame in October.
The injury woes continue to take a toll on the football season for Boulder City High School, which, despite a valiant effort, left Pahrump Valley on Friday with a 30-14 defeat.
Starting league play off strong on Sept. 6, Boulder City High School girls volleyball opened with a convincing three-set home victory over Chaparral.
Boulder City High School’s Eagles suffered a surprising 34-17 homecoming loss to 2A power Needles, being outworked by their opponent, according to football coach Chris Morelli.
Claiming its second consecutive 3A Sunrise League victory, Boulder City High School’s girls golf team is on a roll behind one of the deepest rosters in Southern Nevada.
Both Boulder City High School tennis programs picked up a big victory against 4A Foothill on the road Tuesday, giving them confidence heading into league play.
Finishing 3-6 in the 4A-laden Las Vegas Invitational over the weekend, Boulder City High School volleyball coach Cherise Hinman likes the makeup of her team early into the season.
Overcoming a pair of key injuries early Friday night, Boulder City High School football team was able to squeeze out a 29-13 victory against Western behind a physical style of football.
Starting their season in Utah with the Dixie Fly High Tournament, Boulder City High School star senior Maggie Roe gathered exactly what she needed to know about this year’s Lady Eagles volleyball team.
Traveling to rival Virgin Valley on Tuesday, both Boulder City High School tennis program picked up decisive league-opening victories.
Winning their first season-opener since 2012, Boulder City High School’s football players provided a good showing for their hometown fans Friday night, defeating 4A opponent Clark 34-33.
Not much has changed for the Boulder City High School girls golf program since last season, or the season before for that matter, after picking up its 10th consecutive 3A Sunrise League victory on Tuesday.
Boulder City High School football coach Chris Morelli is hopeful his now veteran junior core can lead the Eagles through their next rebuilding phase after players were forced into action as inexperienced sophomores.
Coach Duncan Stark thinks Boulder City High School’s girls soccer team is ready for a return trip after making its first postseason appearance in four years last season.
Finishing sixth at last season’s 3A state championship meet at Craig Ranch Park, the girls Boulder City High school cross-country program is searching for its first state championship since 1999 behind a handful of seasoned veterans.
Battling throughout the summer to sort out the depth chart, Boulder City High School’s football program will hold a blue vs. gold scrimmage on Saturday , Aug. 19, . Head coach Chris Morelli said the scrimmage would be the last opportunity players have to win starting jobs heading into week one as they prepare for their home opener against 4A program Clark High School on Friday, Aug 25.
Shaping into one of the best tennis teams in the 3A Southern Region a season ago under former head coach Katy Dorne, newly placed head coach Jami Pappas is hoping to continue to steer Boulder City High School’s girls tennis program in the right direction.
Finishing as last season 3A state champion runner-up, Boulder City High School’s boys tennis program is ready to take the next step under head coach Rachelle Huxford.
Boulder City senior softball star Bailey Bennett-Jordan concluded her summer joining Arizona travel organization team Juggernauts, helping it place second at the National Softball Association Southwest World Series.
Boulder City won’t host basketball event
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