Boulder City’s Chandler Harkins recorded his best time ever over the 3.1-mile course at Veterans Memorial Park to finish in third place Oct. 12 in the Lake Mead Invitational. It is the largest cross-country meet in Nevada this season.
For senior quarterback Trenton Carmell, the annual football homecoming game is special. It creates a lifelong memory.
While the main focus of Boulder City’s Homecoming Week is the football game tomorrow night against visiting Virgin Valley, the girls volleyball team wants to add to the week’s festivities with a victory of their own over their rival.
The train will return to the tracks.
The Lady Eagles volleyball team went 4-2 during its tournament Friday and Saturday, the first hosted tournament in Cherise Hinman’s 16-season tenure as head coach.
Beating Virgin Valley has always been a priority for the Boulder City boys and girls cross-country teams.
There were less than two minutes to play and visiting Pahrump Valley was threatening to ruin Boulder City’s season opener at home with a first down inside the Eagles’ 10-yard line.
For the first time under coach Cherise Hinman’s 16-season tenure as head coach, the Lady Eagles volleyball team will host an invitational tournament.
Boulder City senior Chandler Harkins ran 17 minutes, 58.1 seconds over the 3.1-mile course to finish in third place in the season-opening Larry Burgess/Las Vegas Cross-Country Invitational on Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park.
The Boulder City football team is coming home.
Boulder City senior Jordyn Syler doesn’t mind carrying the pressure of being the top player on her team.
It was opening night, and Boulder City head football coach Alex Kazel knew there were going to be good moments and bad moments.
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.