Sophomore Nolan DeSantis batted 4-for-4 and freshman Preston Van Diest drove in five runs as Boulder City’s baseball team defeated visiting Mojave 17-7 in six innings Tuesday in the opening round of the Division I-A Southern Region Baseball Tournament.
Boulder City girls flag football coach Chris Morelli has been selected as the Region Coach of the Year and will coach the Sunrise All-Stars in the Southern Nevada Flag Football Coaches Association’s all-star game Friday.
Sophomore pitcher Charlie Masterson dominated on the mound as Boulder City’s softball team defeated visiting Mojave 14-4 in six innings Tuesday in the opening round of the Division I-A Southern Region Softball Tournament.
Boulder City junior Luke Logan fired a final-round 70 Tuesday to finish with a two-day total of 149 to capture the Division I-A Southern Region Boys Golf Championship.
The Boulder City softball team pounded second-place Moapa Valley 10-0 Friday to clinch first place in the Sunrise League.
Boulder City’s baseball team defeated Tech 6-0 Tuesday to avenge an earlier loss and clinch the No. 2 seed in the Southern Region Tournament that is scheduled to start Tuesday.
Senior swimmer Cori Molisee wants to make it annual event, a tradition at the school. She wants to follow her counterparts on the boys team and win the state championship in multiple years.
The Boulder City softball team has struggled lately in nonleague games, but as coach Angelica Moorhead points out, the league is what matters most.
The Boulder City baseball team lost its first-place matchup with Chaparral 4-2 Monday and now finds itself with a tougher path through the upcoming playoffs.
It is one thing to admire gold-medal winning U.S. Olympic swimmers, and another to swim in the same pool.
Three Boulder City student-athletes were among those honored April 23 as Southern Nevada’s Top 10 Student-Athletes of the Year by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association and corporate partners Farmers Insurance Group and Lifetouch.
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The Boulder City baseball and softball teams have returned from spring break and games in California to start the second half of the season this week.
Whitney Barlow knows with each toss in the shot put and each leap over a hurdle that she is closer to the end. It is an end, though, that she wishes was a little further away.
Although few Boulder City boys or girls finished in the top five places at their own Ron Resler Track and Field Invitational Friday, the Eagles coaches were happy with the efforts of the athletes.