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.
For the second straight year, the Boulder City girls tennis team reached the second round of the Southern Region’s playoffs. But also for the second straight year, the team was eliminated one match short of advancing to the Division I-A team tennis state tournament.
Boulder City’s Jessica Embro placed second and teammate Sierra Selinger was sixth as the Lady Eagles finished in second place Saturday in the Lake Mead Invitational small school girls division.
The bad news is that Boulder City lost 68-21 in its homecoming football game last Friday, a crucial Sunrise League matchup against Chaparral.
It is more than a football contest, and much more than a crucial Sunrise League game. It is the annual homecoming football game against Chaparral at 7 p.m. Friday.
The Boulder City girls tennis team has a chance today to advance to the Division I-A state tournament with a win.
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The Boulder City girls volleyball team remained unbeaten in the Sunrise League with key wins in the past week.
Two weeks without opposing competition did not hurt the Boulder City cross-country teams as coach Canaan Petersen worried it might.
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Monday is the start of homecoming week at Boulder City High.