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 junior Kenadee Bailey, who plays on the varsity flag football team as a wide receiver andn linebacker. So far this season, she has had 19 receptions for 262 yards and 6 touchdowns, as well as 41 tackles and six interceptions. she was instrumental in the Lady Eagle’s Dec. 15 40-14 victory over Moapa and Dec. 17 41-0 victory over Sunrise Mountain. Against Moapa, Bailey caught four passes for 78 yards and a touchdown and had eight tackles and an interception on defense. In the game against Sunrise, she caught five passes for 47 yards and two touchdowns, along with eight tackles. Bailey also plays volleyball and is on the student council. She is the daughter of Kim and Kurt Bailey.
As the start of fall sports inches closer with the conclusion of summer, Boulder City High School athletics are at no shortage of returning star players.
Prepping for the upcoming season, members of Boulder City High School’s football team traveled to Emmett High School in Idaho for their summer camp.
Hunter Moore, an incoming senior at Boulder City High School, will represent Nevada in the Fargo National Championship, after dominating his way through the Western State Championship wrestling tournament held June 22-25.
After helping Boulder City High School’s girls swimming team win its eighth consecutive 3A state championship — which dates back to 2013 — sophomore Phoebe McClaren and junior Tara Higley were honored among the top swimmers in Southern Nevada singled out by Nevada Preps/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
After helping lead the Lady Eagles to a state tournament appearance, Boulder City High School’s softball program placed five girls on the 3A all-state team, tied for the most in the classification.
After winning their second consecutive state championship, Boulder City High School’s boys volleyball team dominated the 3A all-state award landscape, taking home seven of 17 available honors.
Kanon Welbourne, a junior at Boulder City High School, was named the Mountain League’s pitcher of the year for his dominant performance throughout the season and helping the varsity baseball team win the league title.
After helping her softball team finish first in the 3A Desert League and clinch a state tournament berth, Boulder City High School senior Paeton Carver was named conference MVP.
Coming off their second consecutive 3A state championship, Boulder City High School’s boys varsity volleyball team dominated the Mountain conference awards.
Continuing its reign as the 3A state champion, Boulder City High School’s boys varsity volleyball team clinched its second consecutive title by defeating Clark High School 3-0 on May 18.