The Boulder City girls volleyball team remained unbeaten in the Sunrise League with key wins in the past week.
Two weeks without opposing competition did not hurt the Boulder City cross-country teams as coach Canaan Petersen worried it might.
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Monday is the start of homecoming week at Boulder City High.
The Boulder City football players were challenged by head coach Alex Kazel to come out it in their first league game and prove themselves against an unbeaten opponent.
Melissa O’Berto, Arianne Hess and Natalia Fullmer each went 3-0 in singles to lead Boulder City’s girls tennis team to a 15-3 victory over visiting Sunrise Mountain in a league match Sept. 17.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Boulder City girls volleyball team began the season on the road in the prestigious Las Vegas Invitational, looking for experience in competitive matches against larger schools.
Three games into the football season, Boulder City coach Alex Kazel wants his team to start over.
Twenty teams will play Friday and Saturday in the second annual Boulder City girls volleyball tournament.
Scheduling will not be a friend to the Boulder City boys soccer team this season.
It was a career night for seniors Trenton Carmell and Brooks Roe in Boulder City’s 50-21 victory Friday against visiting Pahrump Valley.
The tennis season has begun and both of Boulder City’s teams are looking to make the playoffs.
Each week the coaches at Boulder City High School select an athlete to spotlight for contributions made to his or her team. This week’s honoree is Samantha Hanson, a senior who is a middle blocker on the volleyball team. She completed 11 ace serves, six kills and five digs to help the Lady Eagles defeat Desert Oasis 26-24, 23-25, 25-21 and 25-23 Sept. 3.
The Boulder City football team will attempt to bounce back from a close loss in its season opener and win its first game of the season Friday night at home against Pahrump Valley.
Boulder City girls soccer coach Duncan Stark thought a friendly exhibition to open the season against Division I powerhouse Douglas would benefit his team.