Starting off the season with a win, Boulder City High School flag football defeated 4A Clark 13-6 on Nov. 27.
Starting their season off with a pair of matches, Boulder City High School wrestling defeated both Cheyenne and Rancho on Nov. 28.
Boulder City High School girls basketball is off to a 2-0 start, dominating their competition.
Boulder City High School girls soccer star Natasha Oeland was named 3A Mountain League player of the year after leading the Eagles to an 11-6 record.
Finishing last season with a 10-8 record, Boulder City High School flag football enters the season with optimism.
New season, new players, same expectations: Playoffs.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball fell short of their goal of repeating as 3A state champions on Nov. 11, leaving it all out on the court in a 3-2 defeat to The Meadows.
Putting pen to paper, Boulder City High School senior athletes Phoebe McClaren and Derek Render signed national letters of intent to their respective universities on Nov. 8.
Ending their season, Boulder City High School football fell to Moapa Valley 62-14 on Nov. 3 in the regional semifinals.
Despite falling to The Meadows 3-1 on Nov. 4 in the 3A regional championship game, Boulder City High School girls volleyball will make their seventh consecutive 3A state tournament appearance.
At the culmination of each month, Boulder City Review spotlights an athlete of the month for each participating Boulder City High School varsity sport, highlighting their excellent play.
Cruising during the first round of the 3A regional playoffs, Boulder City High School football defeated Mater East 48-0 on Oct. 26.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball started the postseason in style, cruising past Cheyenne 3-0 on Oct. 31.
Finally climbing the mountain top, the Boulder City High School girls tennis team was crowned 3A state champions on Oct. 27, defeating Northern Nevada opponent Truckee.
Thirteen Boulder City High School tennis players will compete at state this week after successfully navigating through regionals, highlighted by the doubles tandem of senior Julia Carmichael and junior Irene Fresneda-Rodriquez, who took first place.
Despite the projection, a hydrologist warns those 24-month forecasts are uncertain.
The notion of selling someone’s property without them knowing might seem far-fetched, but attempting the scam isn’t difficult.
The event at Valley High School came the day after Gov. Joe Lombardo testified before the Assembly Committee on Education on a bill that would repeal a restorative justice law.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority is evaluating whether changes need to be made to its lowest intake straw in order to protect water quality as Lake Mead continues to shrink.