Boulder City girls basketball forward Whitney Barlow was selected All-State first-team and sophomore forward Megan Morton was chosen All-State second team in announcement March 3.
Four former athletes, two coaches and two contributors have been selected for induction as the Class of 2014 into Boulder City High School’s Golden Eagle Hall of Fame in April.
In the end, the ride was worth the result.
This past week, Boulder City was one of two athletic programs in Clark County facing a promotion to the larger Division I at the end of the school year in June. It is a division where most of the Eagles’ athletic teams would struggle to find success against the larger schools.
The Eagles’ season ended Feb. 19 with a 70-60 loss to Cheyenne in the opening round of the Division 1-A Southern Region boys’ basketball playoffs.
The Boulder City girls basketball team will play in the NIAA Division 1-A state tournament Friday and could have its chance to reach its preseason goal of winning the state title Saturday.
For the first time in five seasons, Team Boulder walked out of the Division 1-A state tournament without an individual champion.
The Boulder City girls flag football team was the surprise of the season in Clark County as the Lady Eagles reeled off 20 consecutive victories. But the improbable season ended two victories short of its goal Monday when the Lady Eagles lost 18-13 to Green Valley in the Sunrise Region championship game played at Arbor View.
The Eagles rallied during the second half of the season to climb into third place in the Sunrise League and clinch a playoff spot. A victory over second-place Virgin Valley Feb. 11 allowed the Eagles to clinch third place and escape a log jam of what would have been a four-team tie between the Eagles, Chaparral, Sunrise Mountain and Moapa Valley requiring a complicated tiebreak to choose two teams.