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Flight S2S rises in ranks after two wins

Standings in the Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department’s men’s basketball season remain tight.

Boulder Chiropractic remains undefeated, while Flight S2S rose in the standings after winning two games this past week, according to Steve Corry, recreation coordinator.

High scorers for the week were Ryan Emling at 19.5 points per game, Jay Brown at 19 points and Rob Sandoval at 18 points.

League standings: Boulder Chiropractic, 6-0; Boulder Dam Credit Union, 4-2; Flight S2S, 4-2; Boulder City Family Mortuary, 2-4; Ragin’ Roadrunners, 1-5; Woodbury Law, 1-5.


Ceremony kicks off floor hockey program

Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department’s youth floor hockey program for kindergarteners through second-graders celebrated opening day on Saturday with ceremonies and five fast-paced games, according to Steve Corry, recreation coordinator.

A flag ceremony conducted by members of Boy Scout Troop 7 and Pack 30 started the day. The opening day ceremonies also included thanks to sponsor Boulder City Sunrise Rotary and an appearance by the department’s floor hockey Zamboni machine.

Games are scheduled on Saturdays through March 12.

Clinics for those in third through sixth grade who wish to play floor hockey will be held March 1 and 3.

For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 702-293-9256.

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