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Volleyball evens record with win

Boulder City High School volleyball is off to a 4-4 start to their season, finishing 3-4 in the highly competitive Las Vegas Invitational over the weekend, followed by a victory over rival Virgin Valley on Aug. 21.

Defeating Virgin Valley 3-0, seniors Aspen Christian and Ava Doane led the way with eight and seven kills respectively, while senior Megan Uszynski added six kills.

Leading the way defensively, senior Jordyn Woodard made 15 digs, while Doane added 10 digs and Uszynski made eight digs.

Junior Lily Mackey dished out 18 assists, while sophomore Delaney Loeslein added 11 assists. Junior Sophia Kelso generated five serving aces.

Playing in the Las Vegas Invitational, the Eagles picked up victories over Spring Valley, Silverado and Sage Creek (CA), while hanging tough with Faith Lutheran, Legacy, Shadow Ridge and Clovis East (CA).

Sitting at .500 on the season, the Eagles will travel to Foothill today, followed by a road game at The Meadows on Monday and home game against Sloan Canyon on Monday.

Girls golf

Boulder City High School girls golf opened their season on Aug. 17 at Casa Blanca Golf Club, giving a few of their athletes a feel for the greens.

Despite fielding an incomplete team, the Lady Eagles were able to get three golfers on the course, highlighted by freshman Makenzie Martorano, who finished in sixth place with a score of 98.

Sophomores Zoe Fox and Rylee Elder finished 17th and 18th with scores of 130 and 132 respectively.

Missing from action was freshman Emmerson Hinds, who figures to be one of the top golfers in the 3A classification, along with returning senior McKenzye Trobiani and junior Lily Boone.

“Emmerson Hinds will contend for the individual state title,” head coach Bobby Reese said. “She has played a lot of junior golf and it shows. Makenzie Martorano has also been a very pleasant surprise. She’s been working on her game at a younger age as well. They’ll both be the low scorers on the team. If we can get two more girls to shoot in the 90’s it’s going to be interesting to say the least.”

Looking to make a push for a state tournament berth, the Eagles will travel today to Mountain Falls Golf Club for their next league match.

Lady Eagles softball squad takes second in state tourney

Finishing as 3A state champion runner-up, Boulder City High School softball fell to Northern challenger Fernley 9-2 in the title game on May 17.

BCHS’ Jenas-Keogh top sprinter in state

Continuing her dominance for Boulder City High School girls track, sophomore Sancha Jenas-Keogh finished her season as a two-time state champion.

BCHS boys swim team captures state title

Repeating as 3A state champions, Boulder City High School boys swimming team will share the title after they tied with Northern challenger Truckee at Pavilion Pool on May 18.

Eagles soar to four-peat in volleyball

Continuing their dynasty, Boulder City High School boys volleyball won their fourth consecutive 3A state championship Tuesday, defeating rival Virgin Valley 3-0 on May 14 at Sunrise Mountain High School.

BCHS swims its way to regional titles

Taking the competition by storm, both Boulder City High School swim programs won regional championships on May 11 at Pavilion Pool.

Lady Eagles remain hot going into state tourney

In search of their first state championship since 2010, Boulder City High School softball is rolling into the 3A state tournament with plenty of momentum.

Golfers capture first Southern Region title since 2021

Overcoming a day-one deficit, Boulder City High School won their first Southern Region title since 2021 with a strong day-two performance.

Eagles on quest for fourth straight title

Opening the 3A state tournament, Boulder City High School boys volleyball routed Mater East 3-0 on May 7.

Inexperienced team surprising many

Growing up before the eyes of many, inexperienced Boulder City High School baseball earned a playoff victory against Mater East on May 6.

Another strong showing by girls track

Owning their home meet on April 24, Boulder City High School girls track and field dominated the event, winning 13 of 18 events to finish with a team score of 193 points.