In what felt like a home game atmosphere Saturday at Faith Lutheran High School, senior Boulder City High School star Maggie Roe sealed the girls volleyball team’s first 3A state championship since 1989, giving the Lady Eagles match point in the fifth set over rival Moapa Valley for a 3-2 victory.
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After dominating the 3A high school girls golf landscape the past two seasons, Boulder City High School star senior Lani Potter said she was looking for a challenge at the collegiate level. It’s the primary reason she signed her national letter of intent Nov. 8 to attend Division I program South Dakota State University in Brookings.
A small-town girl at heart, Boulder City High School senior girls volleyball standout Maggie Roe stuck to her roots when making her collegiate decision, signing her national letter of intent with Division II program Western New Mexico on Nov. 8.
Capturing its first 3A Southern Region championship since 2011, the third time was the charm for the Boulder City High School girls volleyball team, defeating rival Moapa Valley 3-1 on Friday, Nov. 3, at Sunrise Mountain.
Affected by altitude in Sparks at the 3A state championship meet, the Boulder City High School girls cross country team finished seventh out of seven programs with an overall team score of 177 points.
Boulder City High School’s girls cross-country team is heading back to state after finishing fourth at regionals on Friday , Oct. 27 .
Boulder City High School football’s season of improvement concluded Oct. 26 with a hard-fought effort against 4A Eldorado, losing 25-20.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball team got through its first postseason test with ease Tuesday at tournament host Pahrump Valley, completing a 3-0 sweep against Mojave.
The Boulder City High School girls golf team captured its first 3A state championship since 2010 on Oct. 19 at Mountain Falls Golf Club in Pahrump, edging out Northern Nevada challenger Elko 704-741.
Finishing a season of redemption after last season’s 3A state runner-up finish, the Boulder City High School boys tennis team captured its first 3A state championship since 1977, knocking off defending champions The Meadows 13-5 on Friday at the Darling Tennis Center in Las Vegas.
Finishing their season 17-3, Boulder City High School girls tennis finished as 3A state champion runner-ups on Friday, falling to The Meadows 15-3 at Darling Tennis Center for the Mustangs’ third consecutive state championship.
Former Boulder City athletes Shane Stemmer, Katie Palmer-Mackay and Frank Baird, former head coach and athletic director Regina Quintero, and contributors from the Winterwood Men’s Golf Association Bob Stoltz and Kevin Keegan, inductees into Boulder City High School’s ninth class in its Golden Eagle Hall of Fame, were celebrated for their achievements during Friday’s varsity football game against Valley.
Boulder City High School sophomore girls singles tennis player Olivia Mikkelson and boys doubles players Boen Huxford and Preston Jorgensen put their talents on full display Saturday at Darling Tennis Center, each capturing 3A Southern Regional individual championships.
Finishing third at the Lake Mead Invitational at Veterans’ Memorial Park on Saturday, Boulder City High School girls cross-country team enters the postseason with some much-needed confidence.
Dominating from the opening serve, Boulder City High School girls volleyball easily swept Somerset-Sky Pointe 3-0 on Oct. 11.
Settling some unfinished business from last season, Boulder City High School’s boys tennis team took its first step toward redemption Oct. 5 at the Darling Tennis Center, knocking off defending 3A state champion The Meadows 10-8 in the 3A Southern Region final.
Building an early 26-0 lead Friday night at 4A Rancho, a victory for Boulder City High School football was never in doubt, ultimately spoiling the Rams’ homecoming 62-33.
Playing to the best of their abilities Tuesday, Boulder City High School girls golf is heading back to the 3A state tournament.
Rallying back from a closer than expected first set against Del Sol 25-22, Boulder City High School girls volleyball team dug deep Tuesday night on the road to earn a dominant 3-0 sweep.
Turnovers and blown defensive assignments derailed a promising start for Boulder City High School football Sept. 27 against Virgin Valley, allowing a three-touchdown, second-quarter effort from the Bulldogs turn into a 36-12 blowout.
Very rarely can a team sit out its best singles competitor and play each of its starters just one set and come away with a clean 18-0 sweep. Boulder City High School boys tennis is the exception following Tuesday’s 3A opening-round playoff victory against Mojave.
Trailing 7-0 to Moapa Valley on Saturday, Boulder City High School’s football team had an opportunity to even the score before the half, ultimately fumbling the football on second-and-goal from Moapa’s 1-yard line.
Charging past Chaparral on Tuesday, both Boulder City High School tennis programs completed their league slates with 10-0 records.
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