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.
Three Boulder City athletes — swimmers Joey Gebhart and Cori Molisee, and softball player Charlene Masterson — were honored June 11 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal as the Spring Athletes of the Year in their respective sports.
The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Board of Control voted last week on rubric thresholds for the next two-year realignment cycle and reaffirmed that smaller schools in Division I-A such as Boulder City will remain protected.
A four-year streak of winning the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s Award of Excellence in Academics, Athletics and Citizenship in its division ended for Boulder City High earlier this month as the Eagles finished second to Faith Lutheran for the 2013-2014 school year.
Having three schools move down into Division I-A, including Del Sol, into Boulder City’s league is not a big deal, according to the majority of the school’s coaches.
When teams win state championships, they are usually full of talent, and awarding the postseason honors is not always easy.
After months of projections and predictions, the final alignments for the next two seasons of high school competition in Nevada are official.
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The Boulder City track and field teams advanced more than a dozen athletes to the Nevada Track &Field Championships May 23-24 in Carson City, but they could not garner any individual championships.
The Lady Eagles won nine of 11 events to dominate the Division I-A girls swimming state championships and claim their second consecutive title this past Saturday at UNLV’s Buchanan Natatorium.
Not many high school athletes can claim to have achieved what several of the seniors on the Boulder City boys swimming team have done.
Boulder City junior golfer Luke Logan is a three-time Division I-A region champion and the defending state champion. He was not going to claim foul — or darkness — as an excuse.
While first-year Boulder City softball coach Angelica Moorhead was not happy her team lost the Southern Region championship Saturday, she was all smiles that her team earned a trip to the state’s Final Four tournament.
The Boulder City boys swimming team will go after a fourth consecutive state championship and eighth overall when they hit the water Saturday in the Division I-A Championships at the Buchanan Natatorium on the UNLV campus.