Bulldog soccer gals end season with 7-0 rout of Eagles
The Virgin Valley High School soccer gals tuned up for their big game Mon. Nov. in the 1-A Southern Division playoffs by routing the Boulder City High School Eagles 7-0 at the Mesquite Sports and Events Center. The Lady Dawgs scored early on an unassisted goal by Jazmyn Dominguez. The game was tightly played until the seconds remained in the first half when Chantel Golindo hit Marlene Quiarte on a crossover for goal giving the Dawgs a 2-0 lead at the break.
Coach Bob Snell’s pep talk to his young Bulldogs during the break seemed to motivate his troops as star forward broke free three consecutive times within five minutes of play to hit the ‘hat trick’ (3 goals) giving the Dawgs a 5-0 advantage 8 minutes into the second half of play. Minutes later Quiarte hit an unassisted goal for a 6-0 advantage. Freshman Karla Correa struck the last goal of the regular season on a sweet pass from Kallie Graves for the final 7-0 win for the Dawgs. Spencer Green had her 14th shutout of the season. “Defense was rock solid again,” said Coach Snell after the win.
Bulldog soccer guys end season with win
The VVHS soccer guys ended their season with a 2-1 win over the BCHS Eagles Wed. in Boulder City. Star forward Moises Medina scored in both halves of play to give the Dawgs the win. The Dawgs ended their season with a 4-8-2 record in league play and 8-9-2 overall. Medina ended his Bulldog career with 16 goals for the season.
Lady Dawg volleyball ends 1-A Sunrise League play with 3-0 win over TECH
The VVHS Lady Dawg volleyball team ended their league season 14-0 after a blowout of TECH Roadrunners Thursday in Las Vegas. The Dawgs won all three sets 25-17, 25-20 and 25-16. Leading the way for the Dawgs were Emma Barnum with 10 kills and 19 digs and Bernice Fiso with 10 kills and 13 digs. Janella Fiso had 26 assists and Kaydee Bingham chipped in 7 kills during the win. The Dawgs host 1-A Sunset League Pahrump Valley Tue. Nov. 3. The Trojans finished Sunset League play with an 8-6 record good enough for fourth place in the conference.