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City Recreation

Youth sports return for fall

Sports are back in action throughout Boulder City. Youth coed soccer ended this week just in time for coed flag football and coed volleyball to begin. SDGE/Sempra utilities have sponsored the third- through eighth-grade football league, which will run Monday and Wednesday nights October through early December at Veterans’ Memorial Park’s Pratte Fields.

Youth coed volleyball will have games Tuesday and Thursday nights through November in the Parks and Recreation Department’s new gymnasium.

Kindergarten through second-grade floor hockey and third-grade through seventh-grade basketball is taking registration for their January start dates. The youth basketball clinic is scheduled from 9-11 a.m. Dec. 10 and the hockey clinic is slated from 9-11 a.m. Dec. 17. Both clinics will take place in the recreation center’s gymnasiums.

Golden Tours tops softball league

Adult coed softball teams continue to battle on the ball fields at Hemenway Valley Park on Sunday evenings. Currently, Golden Tours is in the lead in the standings (5-3) followed by Boulder Dam Credit Union (3-2) and Totally Canned (3-3) with Fox Smokehouse BBQ (2-3) and Tony’s Pizza (2-4) following close behind. The league begins its second round of games this weekend, and they will compete in a double-elimination tournament Dec. 4 and 12 to wrap up the season, according to Kelly Lehr, sports coordinator for the recreation department.

Volleyball nears end of season

Women’s adult volleyball plays their final games of league play starting at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in the new gymnasium at the Parks and Recreation Center. The women will compete in a double-elimination tournament beginning Oct. 24, finalizing play Nov. 14 after voting concludes.

Currently, the Amazons are undefeated (8-0), followed by I’d Tip That (5-3), Boulder Dam Credit Union (4-3), Spragno Appraisals (1-6) and BC Real Estate ( 0-8).

Winter basketball league forming

Men’s basketball will host a winter league beginning in early January. The men’s basketball meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Dec. 15 to organize teams and league play. Interested teams should contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 702-293-9256 to receive information on how to attend.

Render receives all-state nod

Helping Boulder City High School baseball reach the postseason, senior Derek Render was named to the 3A second-team all-state.

Lady Eagles clean up on diamond

Helping Boulder City High School softball reach the state tournament, 3A player of the year Payton Rogers highlighted the 3A All-State team featuring four Eagles.

Four Eagles named to all-state volleyball team

Boulder City High School boys volleyball was well represented on the 3A All-State team en route to their fourth consecutive state championship.

Rogers named 3A Southern player of the year

Helping Boulder City High School softball reach the 3A state tournament, sophomore phenom Payton Rogers was named 3A Southern player of the year.

Eight earn postseason nods in baseball

Helping Boulder City High School baseball reach the postseason, eight Eagles earned postseason accolades for their efforts.

Softball star signs to play in California

Following a successful prep career with the Eagles, Boulder City High School softball star Talynn Madrid has committed to play college softball at Feather River College.

Sorenson named league player of year

Helping lead Boulder City High School to their fourth consecutive state championship, senior Brady Sorenson was named 3A Mountain League player of the year.

McClaren named state’s top swimmer

Continuing Boulder City’s rich swimming tradition, star senior Phoebe McClaren was named 3A swimmer of the year.

Lady Eagles softball squad takes second in state tourney

Finishing as 3A state champion runner-up, Boulder City High School softball fell to Northern challenger Fernley 9-2 in the title game on May 17.

BCHS’ Jenas-Keogh top sprinter in state

Continuing her dominance for Boulder City High School girls track, sophomore Sancha Jenas-Keogh finished her season as a two-time state champion.