The Boulder City girls cross-country team was hoping to follow up its surprising Southern Region title with another stellar effort at the state championships Saturday.
It was not the ending the Lady Eagles and their coach were looking for, but nonetheless it was a successful season.
If you watch a Boulder City girls flag football game this winter there is something the coach and his players would like you to know: This isn’t powder puff, it is real football.
Boulder City can earn a return trip to the Division I-A girls volleyball state tournament today with a victory against Sierra Vista at Sunrise Mountain.
The Boulder City girls’ cross-country team not only finished the regular season undefeated, but it also won the Southern Region championship Oct. 30 and advanced all seven runners to the state finals this Saturday.
Boulder City fought hard for three quarters in search of an upset in the opening round of the Southern Region football playoffs Oct. 30, but the game got away from the Eagles in the final quarter and they were eliminated by Faith Lutheran 40-11.
The Boulder City girls volleyball team has clinched its 18th consecutive playoff berth.
A late touchdown run and a 2-point conversion by quarterback Trenton Carmell helped the Boulder City football team reach its goal of returning to the Southern Region playoffs despite losing its season finale Friday to Virgin Valley, 27-21.
The Boulder City boys and girls cross-country team prepped for today’s Southern Region Championship meet by turning in several personal best efforts in Saturday’s Divisionals Meet at Foothill.
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 senior Trenton Carmell, who plays quarterback and defensive back for the Eagles. During Friday’s 27-21 loss to Virgin Valley, Carmell made a key play, stretching the ball into the end zone to make a touchdown in the game’s final minutes and advancing the team to the Southern Region playoffs. He also was instrumental in the team’s 49-48 win against Sunrise Mountain earlier this month.
Boulder City’s Lani Potter shot an 87 in Tuesday’s final round of the Division I-A girls golf state tournament to finish in 10th place with a 174 total for the two-day event at Elko’s Ruby View Golf Course.
The Boulder City football team can advance to the Southern Region playoffs for a third consecutive year with a win at home Friday in its season finale against Virgin Valley.
The Boulder City girls volleyball team will try to get back on a winning track at 6 tonight when the Lady Eagles host Sunrise Mountain in a Sunrise League match.
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 freshman Lani Potter, a member of the girls golf team. Potter, the daughter of Rich and Julia Potter, has had the lowest score, earning medalist honors in all five league matches this season. In the Division I-A regional golf tournament Oct. 14, she shot a 4-over-par 76.
Boulder City’s Sierra Selinger finished third among 87 runners Oct. 14 at the annual Freshman/Sophomore Cross-Country Invitational.