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 Dylan Amico, who has been on the boys varsity bowling team for four years. During his freshman and junior years, the team placed second in the state. The team won first place, the first time in the school’s history, during his sophomore year. The coaches praised Amico for his sportsmanship and support of teammates. He also sings with the school’s choir. He is the son of Amanda and Kevin Amico.
Advancing to 3-0 on the season, Boulder City High School flag football routed Western 39-0 on Dec. 1 and Valley 46-6 on Dec. 4.
Helping Boulder City High School girls tennis win their first 3A state championship in school history, while capturing an individual title of their own, senior Julia Carmichael and junior Irene Fresneda-Rodriquez were named Fall Athletes of the Season.
Competing in the Holiday Classic at Lake Mead Christian Academy, Boulder City High School girls basketball finished with a 2-1 record, finishing as runner-ups.
Boulder City High School boys basketball is off to a 6-0 start this season, including a 4-0 record in the Lake Mead Invitational at Lake Mead Christian Academy over the weekend.
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.