The Boulder City girls basketball team’s season began with hopes of making a return to the state tournament for a third consecutive year, but instead it ended Feb. 18 with a quick exit from the playoffs in their first game.
The Boulder City girls basketball team knew it would be a tough regional tournament, but playing No. 1 seed Spring Valley on its home court would be the worst possible scenario in the tournament.
Three Team Boulder wrestlers reached the semifinal of their respective weight class, but none could prevail as the Eagles ended without an individual state champion for the second consecutive year at the state tournament.
The Boulder City girls flag football team has played 19 games this season, but the three the Lady Eagles have been thinking about for a year are the one today and two early next week.
For the boys bowling team at Boulder City High School, it was a bitter end to an otherwise successful season. For the girls, it was a near-Cinderella story that nobody expected to happen when the season began.
The Boulder City girls flag football team heads into the Southern Nevada playoffs next week having just finished its second consecutive undefeated regular season, yet the Lady Eagles are unsatisfied.
Senior Collin Fox won the individual championship at 126 pounds to lead Team Boulder to a third-place finish Saturday in the Division I-A Southern Region Wrestling Tournament at the high school.
The Boulder City girls basketball team can win the Sunrise League championship tonight with a win at Virgin Valley. They also can finish second.
Boulder City High School varsity football coach Alex Kazel resigned this past week after seven years of leading the Eagles program.
The way Boulder City flag football coach Chris Morelli sees it, they are all too important to lose any one game.
Boulder City boys basketball coach John Balistere is happy with his team’s play in their past few games. It is defensive-minded team that has positioned itself to grab a playoff spot as the season winds down.
Team Boulder coach Jim Cox on Tuesday announced his lineup of 18 wrestlers who will compete in the Division I-A Southern Region Tournament this weekend at the high school.
The boys and girls bowling teams of Boulder City High School are both two matches away from claiming a state championship after they both defeated The Meadows in the first round of postseason play Jan. 28.
The winning streak continues.
Much of the season the Boulder City girls basketball team has relied on its big three players to score points, get tough rebounds and control the game’s tempo. But in recent weeks, a second group of players has stepped to fill the roles necessary to make a run in the playoffs and return to the state tournament.