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.
Plagued with inexperience and low participation numbers heading into the season, Boulder City High School’s boys volleyball coach isn’t willing to make excuses the upcoming season. In fact, she even expects to have one of the better teams in the 3A classification come season’s end.
Boulder City High School’s girls track and field coach expects his team to be competitive, regardless of whether or not a regional meet gets to be held at the conclusion of this season.
The Clark County School District announced April 6 that it will allow the home team’s fans to attend spring sporting events.
Returning a veteran-laden roster, Boulder City High School’s softball program is expected to be among the top teams in the 3A classification this season.
Boulder City High School’s baseball program is ready to dominate during its shortened season by bringing back the top senior class in the 3A classification.
When you think of Death Valley National Park, California, you probably don’t conjure images of a year-round stream and waterfall. But at Darwin Falls you get that and more.
Boulder City will send two teams to the national high school fishing championships after qualifying for the competition at the 2021 TBF Nevada High School State Championship on March 6.
The Zion National Park Forever Project (formerly known as the Zion Canyon Field Institute) is now in its 20th year of hosting field programs. Below are the events scheduled through July, yet be assured, many of the same programs, plus additional offerings, will also be conducted later in the year.
With the Feb. 24 approval of spring sports being played by the Clark County School District, Boulder City High School is taking necessary steps to ensure its athletes can get back on the field safely.
There is finally a sigh of relief for high school athletics as Clark County School District recently announced students can participate in spring sports beginning April 16.