On a mission to inflict their will, Boulder City High School football didn’t stop until the final whistle during their 43-13 rout of The Meadows on Sept. 14, showing the program’s new commitment to excellence.
Continuing their reign over the 3A classification, Boulder City High School girls volleyball defeated rivals Moapa Valley on Sept. 14 and Pahrump Valley on Sept. 18.
Boulder City High School girls tennis continues to dominate their opponents, defeating Mater East on Sept. 14 and rival Moapa Valley on Sept. 19.
Boulder City High School football advanced to 2-0 on the season, defeating Mater East 22-13 on Sept. 8.
Rebounding from a heartbreaking loss, Boulder City High School girls soccer routed Sunrise Mountain 8-0 on Sept. 11.
It took photo finishes to decide the winner in several events at the Division 1-A State Track and Field Championships May 17 and 18 at Silverado High in Las Vegas.
The Boulder City boys and girls swim teams capped off their strong 2013 seasons by winning their state title team meets.
The two-day state golf tournament did not start off as well as Luke Logan had hoped.
In a game with little room for error, the Eagles baseball team just made too many mistakes in the 1-A state championship game.
The Boulder City boys and girls swim teams won in convincing and expected fashion Saturday sweeping every swimming event en route to duel Division 1-A Southern Regional titles at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Natatorium.
The Boulder City boys and girls track and field teams advanced 14 athletes to 14 events for the Division 1-A State Championship Meets that begin Friday and conclude Saturday at Silverado High in Las Vegas.
Two things made the Eagles’ state berth-clinching game May 9 extra special for senior Tino Ragone.
The Boulder City High School boys and girls swim teams continued their strong seasons by beating Green Valley High on Saturday at the Henderson Multi-Generational Pool.
For an outdoor experience that’s different enough to make long-lasting memories, consider the Rings Loop Trail in the Mojave National Preserve, Calif. Located near the Hole-In-The-Wall campground, the trail is named for the metal rings bolted to the walls of a short, yet steep slot canyon.
Now the real season starts.
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, it’s safe to say that Pamela Leon has millions of words to her credit.
A wise man (OK, it was George Carlin…) once said that life is just a series of dogs. I told my wife before that it may be easier to gauge the length of our union by the number of boxes of doggie ashes on the shelf than to remember exactly how many years (39 days short of 35 1/2 years as of the date of this issue of the newspaper for those keeping track at home).
Inflation, it appears, continues to bedevil plans for large public projects in Boulder City.
It was supposed to be a technicality, but it led to a different discussion.