It may have been a new league for Boulder City athletics in the 2012-13 school year, but it was still the same result of excellence.
Avalon Frantz will play Division I women’s volleyball next fall at the University of Houston. But before she went, the all-state setter got one last memory of high school competition.
Boulder City’s high school baseball program has dropped its longtime American Legion summer-league affiliation in favor of joining the newly formed Connie Mack League.
It was not only a successful year overall for Boulder City High athletic teams in a new league, but it also was a good year for scholarship signees.
Boulder City first-year baseball coach Bobby Reese knew he had a talented team despite the Eagles making the jump to a new, larger and more competitive league.
The Boulder City boys and girls swim teams capped off their strong 2013 seasons by winning their state title team meets.
The two-day state golf tournament did not start off as well as Luke Logan had hoped.
In a game with little room for error, the Eagles baseball team just made too many mistakes in the 1-A state championship game.
The Boulder City boys and girls swim teams won in convincing and expected fashion Saturday sweeping every swimming event en route to duel Division 1-A Southern Regional titles at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Natatorium.
The Boulder City boys and girls track and field teams advanced 14 athletes to 14 events for the Division 1-A State Championship Meets that begin Friday and conclude Saturday at Silverado High in Las Vegas.