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Local Bowling Results

Team vs Field

Ryan McQuillan: 201, 253, 235/887 and 229; Eric Moreland: 226, 207; Scott Munger: 201; Alicia Smith: 210; Lonnie Cavins: 214, 258; Jeffrey Wright: 236, 202, 203, 215/800; Ryan Warshefski: 214, 234; Dan Combs: 202, 222, 203; Paul Renteria: 225, 202, 200, 200/864; Scott Sauer: 212, 225, 204/838; Boo Nelson: 236, 202, 288/899.

Summer Doubles

Scott Munger: 202, 203; Jim Coleman: 227, 225, 210/662; Keith Dallura: 207, 222/621 and 201, 235, 210/646; Boo Nelson: 247, 208, 220/675.

Summer Seniors

Patty Edwards: 200; Jerry Sparks: 202; Lonnie Cavins: 202, 205; Grumpy Ross: 200; Rube Edwards 231.

No Tap

Bev Coleman: 213; Jim Coleman: 230, 220, 279/729 and 255, 300, 256/811; Judy Jensen: 202; Rex Ralston: 220; Jerry

Sparks: 205, 223, 254, 229, 220/703; Karen Alexander: 231, 204, 218, 202/624; Bryan Paletta: 209, 265, 203/677 and 257, 288, 254/799; Dave Alexander: 232; Rick Renberg: 241.

Hi Lo Scratch

Keith Dallura: 222, 217, 245/642; Joe Merrill: 208, 268/660 and 247, 226/629; Ed Bible: 223; Jim Coleman: 234, 214/623 and 218, 226/616; Bob Cox: 200.


Sam Holt: 196; Jamison Kaboli: 148; Christine Smith: 151; Alicia Smith 212, 252/640.

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Grothe starts season with win

Zane Grothe, a 2010 Boulder City High School graduate, finished first in the 400-meter freestyle Sunday, Oct. 18, in Budapest, Hungary, as the professional International Swimming League began its new season.

Lone Pine visit like walking onto movie set

Lone Pine, California is a laid-back town of around 2,000 people in Owens Valley on the foothills of the eastern Sierra Nevada. You’ve probably heard of it because it’s used as a base camp for hiking Mount Whitney, located just 12 miles west. What you might not know is Lone Pine is also home to the Alabama Hills, which draw people from around the world for their recreational opportunities and their rich film history.

Play ball; sports set to return

Youth sports are back in Nevada for the first time since last March, thanks to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement Oct. 2 that he would be easing restrictions on local recreational sports.

Camp, picnic or bird-watch at bend along river

Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area is at the southern tip of Nevada, along the Colorado River, about 6 miles south of Laughlin. It’s a great place to visit, even for a day trip, as it’s not too far from Boulder City, about 85 miles away.

Easter, Williams win title at state bass championship

Izec Easter and Corey Williams, members of the Boulder City Bass Club, placed first at the 2020 Nevada High School State Championship on Sept. 20 at Cottonwood Cove at Lake Mohave.

Fall colors add to Zion’s scenic views

With cooler autumn temperatures upon us, my thoughts always go to Zion National Park in Utah. Just a few hours’ drive from Boulder City, the park seems worlds away with its majestic red sandstone monoliths, mature deciduous trees and diverse wildlife surrounding the banks of the North Fork of the Virgin River.

Gilliam eyes career with MLB

Establishing his place as one of the top players in Nevada as only a sophomore, Boulder City High School baseball star Jet Gilliam has verbally committed to California State University, Long Beach.

Travel team puts baseball players on college scout’s radar

Jet Gilliam and Seth Graham-Pippen, sophomores at Boulder City High School and future stars of its baseball program, have carved out their own their futures playing this summer with Nevada’s Prep Baseball Report travel team.

Eagles athletes win baseball tourney

The Southern Nevada Eagles 18u team from Boulder City won the Rocky Mountain School of Baseball’s Labor Day tournament in Salt Lake City.

Wupatki provides glimpse into Pueblos’ ancestors

Wupatki National Monument in Arizona is about a 45-minute drive east of Flagstaff. The park boasts 35,000 acres, encompassing roughly 2,500 documented archaeological sites. While you won’t be able to see them all or even be allowed to, it’s worth a trip here to see the highlights, and it’s a good time to go. The elevation of the park is about 4,700 feet so weather forecasts call for average daily highs in the 80s through most of September.