Defeating 4A Sierra Vista on Tuesday with a team score of 51-22, Boulder City High School wrestling team was at its best coming out of the holiday break.
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Steamrolling Northern Nevada challenger Spring Creek 62-32 on Dec. 2, Boulder City High School boys basketball team accomplished its first goal of the season, winning the Lake Mead Holiday Classic championship.
Putting the Lady Eagles on her back, senior dual-threat quarterback Nicole Valle scored on a 1-yard touchdown plunge in the second half to give Boulder City High School flag football a 12-7 road win over Liberty on Tuesday.
Pit Stop claims men’s softball league fall championship
Each day of our region’s short and mild winter is a little treasure to be invested for maximum return. A good place to invest it is in the Rock Spring Loop Trail on the Mojave National Preserve. It’s a short hike packed with natural and historic interest. You will see American Indian petroglyphs, the site of a 19th century Army post built to protect the famous old Mojave Road, a former mill site, a charming stone house with its own interesting history and the spring itself — the likely reason all the historic features are here.
Wrestlers to hold alumni dinner
Here are the high league scores for the past two weeks.
Eleven players scored Tuesday night in an all-around effort for Boulder City High School boys basketball, propelling the Eagles to a 71-60 season-opening victory over 4A Basic.
Plagued by an inexperienced roster, first-year Boulder City High School flag football coach Kevin Ruth said he’d like to stick to the basics this season in hopes of continuing the success of his predecessor, Chris Morelli.
Starting their season off with a bang, defending 3A state champion Boulder City High School girls bowling took down rival Chaparral 1,366-859 Monday at Boulder Bowl.
Elks Lodge to hold annual free-throw contest
The Bridge Spring Trail makes a great winter hike to a rare natural bridge in the Eldorado Mountains, south of Boulder City and near the small town of Nelson.
Maggie Roe, Boulder City High School senior star girls volleyball player, was named the 3A All-State Most Valuable Player and All-Southern Player of the Year for her efforts in guiding the Lady Eagles to their first 3A state championship since 1989.
Cruising to a 20-0 record this season, Boulder City High School’s boys tennis team dominated postseason accolades, placing their entire starting core on either the first or second All-Southern Region team.
Boulder City High School’s freshman boys soccer star Julian Balmer and girls sophomore star Madison Manns were each selected to the All-Sunrise Conference second-team after leading their respective program’s youth movements.
The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department held its annual Turkey Shoot on Nov. 14 and 15 at the recreation center.
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.
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.
Team vs. Field
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.