The Boulder City boy’s bowling team continues to take care of the competition after winning its fourth consecutive match Monday afternoon against the Del Sol Dragons at Wildfire Lanes in Henderson.
Heavyweight wrestler Jack Rocyski was chosen as Team Boulder’s wrestler of the week after posting an 11-1 record with eight pins. He also finished in third place individually Saturday as Team Boulder finished 15th among 48 teams in the Jimmy Hamada Invitational in Carlsbad, Calif.
The Boulder City girls basketball team started its Sunrise League schedule Monday with a convincing 46-29 victory at Del Sol.
In its first match away from home, the Boulder City High School men’s bowling team crushed the Southeastern Career Technical Academy Monday afternoon inside Wildfire Lanes in Henderson.
Guards Tyler Newby and Trenton Carmell led Boulder City to a 3-1 record and a third-place finish in the Lake Mead Holiday Classic last weekend.
Boulder City girls basketball coach Paul Dosch was glad to see the first week of competition come to an end.
Junior Mike Morelli, at 126 pounds, won four matches, all by pinning his opponent, to lead Team Boulder to a fourth place finish in the Boulder City Duals Invitational Saturday.
Each week, the coaches at Boulder City High School select an athlete to spotlight for contributions made to his or her team. This week’s honoree is junior Paige Buettner, who plays as linebacker and running back on the flag football team. Buettner recorded 11 tackles and three sacks defensively and scored three touchdowns and an extra point rushing for 45 yards in the Dec. 2 and 3 victories against Silverado and Valley, respectively. She is the daughter of Hunter and Lindsay Buettner.
The quest for a second consecutive state championship got off to a rocky start for the men’s bowling team at Boulder City High School as the Eagles lost seven of nine points against their rivals, the Chaparral Cowboys, Monday at Boulder Bowl.
The Lady Eagles started their flag football season Tuesday where they left off last regular season — winning.
Boulder City boys basketball coach John Balistere said his team this season would rely on its defense, and such was the case in the Eagles’ season opener Tuesday night at Western High.
Junior forward Megan Morton scored 29 points as the Lady Eagles opened their season Tuesday night with a 52-24 road win at Western High.
Winning a state championship is tough. To some, repeating as state champs is even more difficult than winning it the first time.
Baby Alli Rose has become quite a swimmer from her first days in a pool before she could even walk.
The Boulder City girls basketball team begins the season Dec. 2 with something they haven’t had in five years — a returning coach.