Picking up momentum since their 21-7 outing against Mojave on March 20, Boulder City High School’s baseball program has hit more consistently, hanging 12 runs on both Pahrump Valley and Sunrise Mountain this week.
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Peaking at the right time, junior Sierra Selinger was the only Eagle to medal on Saturday at the 4A Arbor View Invitational, placing third in the 3200-meter run.
Following an upset to Pahrump Valley on March 22, Boulder City High School’s softball team got back on track against Sunrise Mountain on Tuesday, routing the Miners 16-0.
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Erupting for 17 runs in the top of the fifth inning on Monday, Boulder City High School’s baseball team pulled out a come-from-behind 21-7 victory over Mojave.
Teagan Smale, who graduated from Boulder City High School in 2016, recently signed a letter of intent to attend St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa, where he will join the school’s bowling team.
Setting both Boulder City High School swims programs up for success come May, head coach Sara Carroll has scheduled a tough slate for the Eagles this season, with four 4A opponents on their regular season schedule. To answer the test early, both teams swam past Silverado on Saturday at the Municipal Pool in Las Vegas.
Senior flag football star Kenadee Bailey was named a first-team all-state selection on Tuesday, ending a wonderful three-year tenure at Boulder City High School.
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Opening their track and field seasons with third-place finishes, Boulder City High School’s boys and girls programs showed promise at the Bulldog Early Bird Invitational on Friday.
Coming off of a 4-1 record in the Colorado River Invitational, the Boulder City High School softball program was rolling again on Tuesday, cruising past Cheyenne 12-1.
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The offense of Boulder City High School’s baseball program finally came alive Tuesday against Cheyenne, routing the Desert Shield 16-2 for its first victory of the season after an 0-4 start at the 4A Bengal Varsity Tournament on Thursday through Saturday.
Each week the coaches at Boulder City High School nominate an athlete to spotlight for contributions made to his or her team. This week’s honor goes to junior Bailey Bennett-Jordan, who pitches and plays first base for the Lady Eagles softball team. She was recognized for her performance during the Colorado River Invitational in Needles, California, where she pitched 17 innings over three and a half games, striking out 24 batters. At the plate, she has a .615 batting average, with four singles, one double and three home runs, bringing in 11 runs. She is the daughter of Billy and Timmie Jordan.
Finishing as last season’s 3A state runner-up, the Boulder City High School softball program is out to prove this season that it’s the classification’s best.
Bringing back several returners with regional experience, Boulder City High School’s first-year boys track and field coach Staci Selinger is hopeful to keep pace with the team’s recent success.
Justus Green, a senior at Boulder City High School and a member of the varsity basketball team, took second place Friday in the second annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes Rise Up slam dunk contest at Faith Lutheran High School.
Karson Bailey, a breakout star for the Boulder City High School boys basketball program this season, was named to the 3A Division Southern Region’s second team.
Coming off its first Class 3A state championship since 2006, the Boulder City High School baseball team figures to again be among the top programs in its division this season.
Senior basketball player Justus Green will represent Boulder City High School in the second annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes Rise Up slam dunk contest Friday at Faith Lutheran High School.
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.
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.
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