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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Playing to the best of their abilities Tuesday, Boulder City High School girls golf is heading back to the 3A state tournament.
From now through early spring is the best of time for roaming remote desert areas and examining at leisure the desert’s interesting and exposed geology. A drive to Amboy Crater offers both. The road trip takes you through the Mojave National Preserve and along historic Route 66 to the tiny town of Amboy and its nearby volcanic crater.
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.
Two teams battle for top spot in volleyball league
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.
Sweeping Southeast Career Technical Academy 3-0 on Monday, the freshman girls volleyball duo of Ava Wright and Kamry Bailey were in sync all night.
This is a great time of year to head up to the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area — what we locals call Mount Charleston. You will experience crisp early fall temperatures and maybe a good fall foliage show in the surrounding mountains.
Synergy undefeated in city’s volleyball league
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.
Freshman Ava Wright set the tone early for Boulder City High School girls volleyball Tuesday night against Virgin Valley, floating a beautiful assist to senior Maggie Roe for a vicious kill on the game’s first play. Having trouble during the regular season with the rival Bulldogs in the past, the Lady Eagles built confidence early with an 11-point opening-match victory, sweeping Virgin Valley 25-14, 26-24, 25-20.
Boulder City High School will induct its ninth class of honorees into its Golden Eagle Hall of Fame in October.
The injury woes continue to take a toll on the football season for Boulder City High School, which, despite a valiant effort, left Pahrump Valley on Friday with a 30-14 defeat.
Alexis Lagan of Boulder City is among a select group of athletes competing this week in the 2017 Rifle/Pistol Fall Selection Match in Fort Benning, Georgia. The event is the start of the process to select those who will represent the country at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Fall leagues have now started. There are still a few openings. If you’re interested in bowling, come by and let us know. We will get you in.
Starting league play off strong on Sept. 6, Boulder City High School girls volleyball opened with a convincing three-set home victory over Chaparral.
Boulder City High School’s Eagles suffered a surprising 34-17 homecoming loss to 2A power Needles, being outworked by their opponent, according to football coach Chris Morelli.
Claiming its second consecutive 3A Sunrise League victory, Boulder City High School’s girls golf team is on a roll behind one of the deepest rosters in Southern Nevada.
Located near the lower Colorado River in eastern California, the Blythe Intaglios are giant designs, man-made long ago by engraving, tamping or scraping away the desert pavement, thus exposing the lighter gravel or soils beneath.
Softball, volleyball leagues begin; late Dan McMahon honored