The way Boulder City girls flag football coach Chris Morelli sees it, there is a difference between a young team and a team that is young and talented.
The Boulder City boys basketball team may not be as tall as most opponents this season, but the Eagles hope to make up for it with speed and transition play.
The Boulder City boys bowling team thinks it has a target on its back this season. That’s usually what happens when a team is favored to win a state championship.
The Boulder City girls’ basketball team will debut a new look today as the Lady Eagles play in the Lake Mead Invitational. It is the fourth new look in as many years.
The Division 1-A girls volleyball state tournament Friday did not go as Boulder City High and its fans had hoped, but head coach Cherise Hinman still had plenty of reason to be proud of her team.
The four-day Nevada State Short Course Swimming Championships in Henderson was another successful weekend for the Boulder City/Henderson Heatwave amateur swim club, but this time there was some sadness.
The Boulder City girls volleyball team has advanced to state final four tournament for the fourth time in five years, despite not winning the Division 1A Southern Region championship Friday.
Chandler Harkins finished 13th and Evan Klouse 25th as the Boulder City boys cross-country team finished in sixth place at the Division 1-A State Cross-Country Championships Saturday in Reno.
Boulder City’s Chandler Harkins recorded his best time ever over the 3.1-mile course at Veterans Memorial Park to finish in third place Oct. 12 in the Lake Mead Invitational. It is the largest cross-country meet in Nevada this season.