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.
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Despite suffering a season-ending knee injury Sept. 16 against Valley, Chase Cowley, a senior at Boulder City High School, has signed his letter of intent to play football at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska.
Concluding an emotional week on top Friday at Virgin Valley, members of the Boulder City High School wrestling team competed with the late, longtime coach Chuck Brown in their hearts, escaping Mesquite, Nevada, with a 39-36 victory.
Turning into a true playmaker, Boulder City High School junior quarterback Taylor Tenney sealed the Lady Eagles’ 19-12 victory over Southeast Career Technical on Tuesday with a 9-yard touchdown run with less than four minutes to play.
Photos by Hunter Terry/Boulder City Review
Woodbury Law jumps into first place
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 honoree is senior Devin Fox, who competes in the 220-pound weight class on the varsity wrestling team. Fox was singled out for his first-place win at the Chaparral Invitational, going undefeated by pinning his opponents, and is currently the No. 1 seed in his division heading into regional competition. “Devin is a great kid. Dedicated, loyal and always putting others first before himself,” said coach Jim Cox in nominating Fox. He is the son of Matt and Gretchen Fox.
Boulder Bowl results as of Jan. 30
Improving to 3-2 in league play, the Boulder City High School flag football program rolled to another victory Monday, defeating Chaparral 24-12.
The boys and girls bowling teams from Boulder City High School were at their best Monday at Boulder Bowl against Somerset Academy-Losee, each claiming large victories.
Boulder Bowl results as of Jan. 22.
Youth hockey program starts Saturday inside old gym
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Members of Boulder City High School’s wrestling program are paying tribute to Charles “Chuck” Brown, a longtime Boulder City wrestling coach who died Friday at the age of 67.
Boulder City High School’s request to receive independent status for its football program was granted Thursday by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association at its winter meeting in Reno at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino.
Growing up in a wrestling family, senior 170-pound wrestler Bryan Foster knows firsthand what success at the highest level looks like.
Breaking out for a season-high 39 points on Jan. 12 against rivals Moapa Valley, the Boulder City High School flag football team seems to have found an answer for its offensive woes.
Move for independency aims to save football program
You don’t have to travel much more than an hour, from anywhere in the Las Vegas area to reach Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, but it boasts some of the finest canyon hikes in our region. One in particular will please most anyone or any group. Pine Creek Canyon it is not only pleasing to the eye but also offers historical interest.
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 honoree is senior Justus Green, who plays guard and forward for the boys varsity basketball team. Green was recognized for his averages of 12 points and 10 rebounds during league play. Green also is a member of the school’s track and field team. He is the son of Julie Mendoza.
The Boulder City High School boys and girls bowling teams picked up victories against Chaparral on Jan. 12 at Sam’s Town.
Men’s basketball league competition heats up
Boulder Bowl league standings as of Jan. 15.