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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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.
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.
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.
After guiding Boulder City High School’s baseball program to its second consecutive 3A state championship in May, Eagles head coach Bobby Reese has stepped down from the program.
After taking in the NCAA Women’s College World Series with her travel team Lady Scorpions in Oklahoma City, Boulder City junior softball star Lily Osman aspires to play under the big lights.
Boulder City High School softball star junior Bailey Bennett-Jordan was named 3A Southern Region player of the year following her dominant success both on the mound and at the plate this season for the Lady Eagles.
After leading the boys Boulder City High School swim program to its state-record, seventh consecutive 3A state championship, head coach Sara Carroll was named boy’s swim coach of the year by the Las Vegas Review-Journal at its Best of Nevada Preps award banquet Saturday.
Boulder City High School baseball team is heading to its third consecutive 3A state tournament after coming from behind to knock off top-seeded Moapa Valley in the Southern Region championship.
Placing five golfers on the 3A All-Southern Region team, Boulder City High School was rewarded for its phenomenal play under first-year head coach Andy Schaper.
A Boulder City High School volleyball player is moving up to the next level. Forgoing offers from NCAA Division II and Division III programs, Cortney Blumenthal has decided to continue her education at Feather River College, a two-year junior college in Quincy, California.
Boulder City High School junior Rhett Armstrong sparked the Sunrise Region’s six-run sixth inning May 25 at the College of Southern Nevada, holding off the Sunset Region for a 13-8 3A All-Star game victory. “I was fortunate enough to spark the inning for our team,” Armstrong said. “To play in an all-star game with so many great players was a tremendous honor. I’m glad I was able to come through for our team when we needed it.”
Dominant as ever Saturday at the Carson Aquatic Center, both Boulder City High School swim programs kept their 3A state championship streaks alive, holding off Northern challenger Truckee.
Taking advantage of a depleted Spring Creek pitching staff, Boulder City High School’s baseball team grabbed an early eight-run lead Saturday in the Class 3A state final at Faith Lutheran and held on to edge the Spartans 8-7 to capture its second consecutive state 3A championship.
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Boulder City High School’s girls track and field program proved to be Southern Nevada’s most improved group Saturday at Foothill High School, placing sixth overall with 50 team points during the 3A state championships.
School seeks nominations for Eagles’ hall of fame
Proving to be the top high school golf program in Southern Nevada, Boulder City finished as the 3A state champion runner-up on Tuesday, falling behind only Northern Nevada competitor Spring Creek, which played on its home course.
Dominating their way to victory, both Boulder City High School swim programs were unbeatable on Friday at the 3A Southern Regional meet at UNLV.
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 senior Montana Lloyd, a four-year letterman and captain of the varsity swim team. She has been a regional and state champion numerous times, and was regional swimmer of the year in 2016. To help the girls win this year’s regional title, she won the 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard backstroke, as well as leading two first-place relay teams. Lloyd holds the school’s record in the 200-yard individual medley and 100-yard backstroke. She is the daughter of Wade and Tiani Lloyd.
School seeks nominations for Eagles’ hall of fame