Opening their season with a 3-1 start, Boulder City High School’s girls tennis team is clicking well early.
This could be the year Boulder City High School’s football team returns to postseason play, according to head coach Chris Morelli. Its last appearance was in 2014.
Boulder City High School’s first-year girls soccer coach Arnold Oeland doesn’t see it possible for his girls to be shut out once again after narrowly missing the postseason a year ago.
Staci Selinger, Boulder City High School’s cross-country coach, said she expects big things this season from the girls and boys teams, which have a good mixture of experience and youth.
Defending 3A state champion Boulder City High School’s girls golf team might have lost star player Lani Potter, but don’t expect there to be much of a drop-off from this year’s upperclassmen-laden group, according to head coach Andy Schaper.
Boulder City High School’s boys tennis program figures to be in the driver’s seat again after claiming its first 3A state championship since 1977 last season.
Kurt Bailey, Boulder City High School’s new head girls volleyball coach, knows he has a tough task of keeping the Lady Eagles’ legacy alive after the team won its first state championship since 1989 last season.
Members of Boulder City High School’s girls tennis team are excited to begin a new season with one goal in mind: a state championship.