The Virgin Valley High School girl’s softball team finished their home game schedule Monday afternoon losing to Southeast Career Tech 14-1 of Las Vegas in the ‘Dawg Pound. Attempting to rebound after two devastating losses to Boulder City on Friday 16-0 and 28-7 the Bulldogs, fell behind early giving up three runs in the second inning and six runs in the third on seven hits and two errors to trail 9-0. The Bulldogs got on the scoreboard in the fourth inning on a double by pitcher Halle Wakefield and a single by catcher Cassidy Crandall. The Roadrunners put the game out of reach adding five more runs in the fifth inning to make the final score 14-1 in favor of the Roadrunners. The Bulldogs managed only three hits in the game and gave up 14 to the Roadrunners. “Were tired after a long season. Things are a little rough after the losses at Boulder City. Our J.V. players who moved up have helped with their hitting. We need to regroup and keep on playing, “ said coach Becca Lunt. The Bulldog Ladies will end the season with four away games. They will face Bonanza on Friday and end the season at Moapa Valley on May fifth.
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