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 Kyra Yamamoto, who plays tennis. She and partner McKenna Frazier comprise the No. 1 doubles team. Additionally, she is the team captain and “makes sure that the team works hard during practice. She tries to help the newer girls on the team and gives them as many suggestions to help improve their games to help the team during match play,” said coach Katy Nash. Yamamoto is 12-3 this season against Del Sol, Chaparral, Desert Pines, Sunrise Mountain and Southeast Career Technical Academy. LAURA HUBEL/BOULDER CITY REVIEW
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.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball fell short of their goal of repeating as 3A state champions on Nov. 11, leaving it all out on the court in a 3-2 defeat to The Meadows.
Putting pen to paper, Boulder City High School senior athletes Phoebe McClaren and Derek Render signed national letters of intent to their respective universities on Nov. 8.
Despite falling to The Meadows 3-1 on Nov. 4 in the 3A regional championship game, Boulder City High School girls volleyball will make their seventh consecutive 3A state tournament appearance.
At the culmination of each month, Boulder City Review spotlights an athlete of the month for each participating Boulder City High School varsity sport, highlighting their excellent play.
Cruising during the first round of the 3A regional playoffs, Boulder City High School football defeated Mater East 48-0 on Oct. 26.
Boulder City High School girls volleyball started the postseason in style, cruising past Cheyenne 3-0 on Oct. 31.
Finally climbing the mountain top, the Boulder City High School girls tennis team was crowned 3A state champions on Oct. 27, defeating Northern Nevada opponent Truckee.