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Three honored as top student-athletes

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.

Teams still on winning streaks

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.

Barlow to be missed at Boulder City

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.

Early-season track meet tests teams’ mettle

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.

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Ex-BCHS champion wrestler continues winning streak

Former Boulder City High wrestler Brandon Foster, a two-time state champion, will wrestle in Las Vegas today through Saturday when Embry Riddle Aeronautical University competes in the Asic Invitational at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Lady Eagles softball team remains undefeated in league

The Lady Eagles softball team remained unbeaten in league play with two victories before spring break, improving to 6-0 on the season. They defeated Tech and Sunrise Mountain.

Swimmers remain poised for championship

Sam Sauerbrei and Jared Smith each won two events as Boulder City defeated Coronado, 149-137, at Henderson Multigenerational Outdoor Competition Pool on Saturday in a meeting of two of the state’s best swimming teams.

Track invitational to draw more than 900 athletes

More than 900 track and field athletes will compete Friday as the Boulder City boys and girls teams will host the 15th annual Ron Resler Invitational at the school’s stadium.

Baseball team slugs way to season-high 19 runs

The Boulder City baseball team scored a season-high 19 runs on a season-high 18 hits to defeat visiting Moapa Valley 19-14 Tuesday in an important Sunrise League game.

Dixon leads track team to victory at invitational

Jacorey Dixon won the 300 hurdles in 40.8 seconds and ran on the winning 800 and 1,600 relays to lead Boulder City to the team victory with 182½ points Friday in the Grant Bushman Invitational at Overton.

Eagles take top place in league

The Boulder City baseball team moved into first place in the Sunrise League with a 6-0 victory Tuesday over visiting Chaparral. It extended the Eagles’ winning streak to four games.

Lady Eagles hold off Chaparral for victory

Boulder City is in first place with an overall 10-3 record and 2-0 in the Sunrise League after a 12-2 victory against visiting Chaparral. Chaparral falls to second place with a 5-6 overall record and 2-1 in league play.

Golfers open league play with win in Mesquite

Luke Logan carded an even-par 71 in cold, windy weather at Falcon Ridge March 26 to help Boulder City’s boys golf team win the Sunrise League opening match. The Eagles had a team score of 402 to beat seven teams, while Moapa Valley was second at 476. Marcus Walker added an 80, and Kyler Atkinson shot 81 for the Eagles.

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