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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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Robinson to lead girls volleyball team

When the Boulder City High School girls volleyball team takes the court again, presumably this spring, it will be under new leadership after longtime Lady Eagles assistant Chad Robinson was named head coach.

Cold always brings threat of hypothermia

Although here in Southern Nevada we don’t experience the brutal winters seen in much of the West, hypothermia can still be a real threat for outdoor lovers. Many people are unaware that you can become hypothermic without even being exposed to freezing temperatures.

Trio of Eagles’ baseball stars commit to Utah college

Finding success together on the baseball diamond for Boulder City High School the past three years, Eagles’ senior baseball stars Troy Connell, Deavin Lopez and Blaze Trumble will be sticking together as they enter the collegiate level, all committing to Utah State University Eastern in Price.

City served as area’s baseball capital

Finally able to play some games in their home state, baseball players from Boulder City High School competed in a high school fall league games hosted by Boulder City Little League recently.

Winter sports canceled

Adding another blow to high school sports during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Clark County School District announced Dec. 1 that the winter high school sports season has been canceled.

Park on fire with geologic, archaelogic sights

With its red and orange Aztec sandstone formations surrounded by mountains of gray and tan limestone, Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park is a feast for the eyes. Established to protect the scenic, geologic and archaeological features, it’s a great place for weary folk itching to get out of town for the day.

Make a date to visit ranch

China Ranch Date Farm makes an easy cool-season getaway for a day of treats and hiking in a place the entire family will enjoy.

Purdy ready to make splash in Denver

Fulfilling his dreams of becoming a Division I athlete, Boulder City High School senior swim star Joseph Purdy signed with the University of Denver on Nov. 11.

Monument status would help preserve treasured site

Outdoor lovers have long recognized the special character of the southernmost part of Clark County with its expanses of open land, geological wonders, canyons, springs, rolling hills, prehistoric sites and a wide variety of flora and fauna. Now a new national monument is being proposed to protect and manage these treasures.