The opening tournament of the Boulder City girls volleyball season went pretty much the way head coach Cherise Hinman thought it would with plenty of mistakes and lineup changes.
With the return of students to the classroom this week, it also marks the return of high school athletes to competition.
A varsity football roster with only six seniors and 25 athletes could be cause for concern. But Boulder City head coach Alex Kazel sees an opportunity for building.
The starting lineup for the Boulder City girls’ volleyball team that begins its season tomorrow in the Las Vegas Invitational at Las Vegas High probably will be quite different from the one that heads into the regular season a week later.
The sun has barely peeked over the mountains to the east, but at Broadbent Park, a group of athletes is stretching and preparing for their morning run.
More than two dozen girls competed Aug. 12-14 in the All-American Volleyball Camp at Boulder City High School hoping to get an edge to help them later this month when the season begins.
Former cheerleader Vivian Sanders will take over the coaching position for Boulder City High School’s cheerleading squad.
It took Bruce Reid three months of soul-searching to finally decide.
Former Boulder City High School swimmer Zane Grothe won two events at USA Swimming’s 2013 U.S. Open on July 30-Aug. 3 at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center in Irvine, Calif. Grothe, who will be a senior at Auburn University this fall, won the 1,500-meter freestyle with a time of 15 minutes, 13.39 seconds, and the 800-meter freestyle in 7 minutes, 56.15 seconds. He was fifth in the 400 freestyle
It’s August, and for Boulder City athlete Evan Klouse it means it is time to get out of the pool and run.
Monday is the first day of fall practice for Boulder City’s football team. In the ensuing seven days, the Eagles’ eight other fall athletic teams will begin official practices for their seasons.
Boulder City High School girls’ soccer coach Duncan Stark wants his team tested early this fall season.
Summer intramurals and camps could go a long way if the Lady Eagles hope to remain one of the top team in Sunrise League when the high school girls’ volleyball season begins in late August.
Boulder City basketball players received some valuable training during the four-day World Championship Cup & Training Camp in Boulder City from Friday to Monday.
Despite graduating 13 seniors, Boulder City boys soccer coach Frank Pimentel thinks the five players returning are good enough to extend the program’s streak of eight straight playoff appearances.