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.
The Boulder City girls volleyball team opened its season Friday with three matches in the Las Vegas High Invitational. The Lady Eagles lost 2-0 to Douglas (25-21 and 25-18) and Foothill (25-17 and 25-19) before sweeping Division I Arbor View, 27-26 and 25-12.
Cross-Country, Boys and Girls
The Boulder City football team begins its quest for their third consecutive playoff appearance when its season begins Friday night at home against Clark.
Nothing was going to keep Boulder City girls volleyball coach Cherise Hinman off the court, not even a walker or a cane.
There’s no arguing about who is the better quarterback. Each will reply that he or she is.
Despite graduating four of the top runners in the program, Boulder City High’s boys and girls cross-country teams are again poised to have successful seasons when they start Sunrise League competition in September.
The Boulder City girls volleyball team prepared for the upcoming season by attending the annual All-American Volleyball Camp held at Boulder City High School this week.
Nine athletic teams at Boulder City High return to their athletic venues in August for the start of the 2014-2015 school year.
Preston Van Diest, who will be a sophomore at Boulder City High School this fall, has been selected to join a national age-group baseball team that will compete as part of the acclaimed Baseball Factory.
The World Cup is over and now it is time to turn attention to the soccer that matters most in Boulder City: the high school teams.
With a smooth release of his ball that barely makes a sound as it gently touches the lane, Teagan Smale looks on as it hangs on the gutter line before curving into the heart of the pocket.