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City Recreation, April 26

Youth floor hockey finishes for season

The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department’s youth floor hockey league for third- through sixth-graders came to an end Monday, April 23.

The Green Machine, the Avengers, the Plundering Puckaneers, the Sharks and the Knights (of course) all proved to be talented and competitive, said Kelly Lehr, sports coordinator. The Vegas Golden Knights were an inspiration, and staff members look forward to more floor hockey next year.

Baseball, softball for children to kick off May 10

Youth recreational baseball will begin games May 10 after 5:30 p.m. opening ceremonies on Pratte Field at Veterans Memorial Park, 1650 Buchanan Blvd.

T-ball and coach-pitch games will be played Tuesdays and Thursdays on the grass at Veterans Memorial Park’s Pratte Field, while the older players will play Mondays and Wednesdays at Hemenway ball fields. Games begin at 6 p.m. and will be played through early June.

Parks and recreation has four T-ball teams, four coach-pitch teams, three third- through sixth-grade softball teams and three baseball teams. They are sponsored by Boulder City Community Club, Boulder City Elks Lodge No. 1682, Boulder Dam Credit Union, Boulder City Sunrise Rotary’s Wurstfest, Renewal by Andersen, Boathouse II Storage, Hope Church, San Diego Gas & Electric, Frank’s Barber Shop and Parsons Auto Body.

Undefeated Synergy leads volleyball league

Synergy is leading the parks and recreation department’s women’s volleyball league as play begins to wind down. There are two more Mondays of league play before the double-elimination tournament begins May 7.

Synergy is undefeated with an 8-0 record, followed closely by Volleygirls (7-1) and Heavy Hitters (7-3).

Games are played at 6:30 p.m. in the new gymnasium at the recreation center, 900 Arizona St.

T.Q. Pallets tops coed softball league

The adult coed softball league is in full swing, said Kelly Lehr, sports coordinator for the city’s parks and recreation department.

T.Q. Pallets is in first place with a 6-0 record, trailed by Boulder Dam Brewery (4-2) and Lakefront Pool and Contracting (4-2). Adam’s Team (3-3) is in fourth place, followed by Boulder Dam Credit Union (1-5) and the Backstop (0-6).

Teams face off Sunday evenings at Hemenway ball fields through July. Games begin at 6 p.m. and are played until 10 p.m.

Eagles win 10th straight on court

Advancing to 13-3 on the season, Boulder City High School boys volleyball continued their 10-game winning streak by defeating Virgin Valley on April 4 and SLAM Academy on April 5.

Track and field teams shine at home meet

Continuing to shine this season, both Boulder City High School track and field programs dominated at their home weekday event on April 4.

BCHS snaps losing streak

Snapping a three-game skid, Boulder City High School baseball routed Sunrise Mountain 12-0 on April 9.

No-hitter paces Lady Eagles in blowout

Advancing to 9-5 on the season, Boulder City High School softball defeated The Meadows 15-0 on March 27.

Track teams improving

Challenging themselves, Boulder City High School track and field traveled to 4A Basic on March 27, facing off against the Wolves and 4A Desert Oasis.

Volleyball squad moves to 11-3

Advancing to 11-3 on the season, Boulder City High School boys volleyball continued their game-winning streak by defeating Desert Pines on March 27 and Sloan Canyon on April 2.

BCHS wins four straight on diamond

Getting to .500 on the season with a 4-4 record, Boulder City High School baseball has rallied for four consecutive wins, defeating Mater East and earning a forfeit victory over Mojave in this week’s slate.

School, city to come together for cancer patient

A community will come together on April 2 at Boulder City High School in support of 5-year old Henry Sorenson, who is currently battling Ewing’s sarcoma, a bone cancer in his left leg.

BCHS seeking nominees for Hall of Fame

One just has to stand in the Boulder City High School gymnasium and slowly turn from side to the other to see what sports means to the school and town.

Eagles unbeaten in league play

Remaining perfect in 3A play, Boulder City High School boys volleyball defeated Western, Coral Academy and Canyon Springs during this week’s slate.