Boulder Creek Girls Varsity Basketball

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Lady Jags Basketball Camp September 9th~October 2nd

Boulder Creek Girl Basketball Camp will be starting September 9th~October 2nd Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 4:30 p.m. Р6:30 p.m. Cost: $50 Payments must be made using this link Registration form must be completed to participate: BC Girls Camp Flier_2 For more information please contact Coach Noah Barofski

Are you interested in Girls Basketball, come join our Lady Jags.

Are you interested in playing Girls Basketball this season? Looking for an amazing group of girls and coaches to train with? Our Lady Jags are conditioning and getting ready for the upcoming season and are looking forward to meeting new teammates. For more information please contact Head Coach Noah Barofski

Check out BC Girls Basketball on Facebook and Instagram

Get the latest news and updates from the new Facebook and Instagram pages that Coach Barofski has set up.

Lady Jags took a tough loss against Perry in State

Lady Jags made it to the Sweet Sixteen again this year but took a tough loss against a strong Perry squad 61-27. Player of the Game for us was Freshman Madelynn Muniz who guarded one of the top guards in the state and held her to 6 points. Madelynn also played a full 32 minutes

Lady Jags defeat Basha 60-45 in the first round playoffs for State

Lady Jags played incredible team basketball tonight and took the “W” 60-45. Headed to the Sweet Sixteen next Tuesday. Freshman Madelynn Muniz led us with 19 points and 4 rebounds. Freshman Kaitlyn Beall came in strong off the bench to add another 11 points. Senior Marlee Johnson finished with 9 points and 8 rebounds. While

Lady Jags beat Mountain Ridge 69-44

Lady Jags started to find their new niche; coming out with the solid win against Mountain Ridge 69-44. Senior Marlee Johnson all over the stat board with 22 points (shot 10 for 12 from the floor), 13 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals. Freshman Madelynn Muniz with 15 points. Senior Dani Beebe taking over the