Panthers claw Bulldog baseball team 17-2
The Virgin Valley High School Bulldog baseball team had no answer for Pahranagat Valley’s pitcher C. Higbee Tuesday in Alamo. Higbee allowed only two Bulldog hits in a 17-2 blow-out. Meanwhile the Panthers played rude host over three Bulldog pitchers scoring three runs in the first, four in the second and four in the third and a crushing six in the fourth innings to lead 17-2 after four. The Bulldogs managed two runs in the third on singles by Jaden Perkins and Jairo Vallejo.
Slow start gives Jaguars a 7-5 win over Bulldogs
The Virgin Valley High School Bulldog baseball team traveled to Desert Pines High School Wednesday April 6 hoping to get their first 1-A Sunrise League win came up empty handed against the host Jaguars by a score of 7-5. As in most of the games this season the Bulldogs fell behind early and could not recover from a 6-0 Jaguar lead. The Bulldogs pitcher walked the first Jaguar batter in the first two innings with each scoring to give the Desert Pines squad a 2-0 lead. The Jaguars added four runs in the fourth inning on only one hit as errors and pitching miscues undid the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs had to scratch back with one run in the fourth on a single by Jairo Vallejo who scored on a Dallen Tanner hit cutting the Jaguars lead to 6-1. The Dawgs moved to within two runs with three more in the top of the fifth inning. Jayden Perkins and Jayson Brooks singled to open the inning, Cade Anderson reached first on an error scoring Perkins and Brooks. Layton Woods single brought Anderson in making the score 6-4. The Dawgs threatened once again in the top of the sixth inning but managed only one run and still trailed 6-5 going into the bottom of the sixth. The Jaguars put up an insurance run in the inning with a single and a long triple up the gap for a 7-5 win. The loss dropped the Dawgs to 0-5 in league play and 3-12 overall.
Fuqua leads Bulldog baseball team to first league win defeat Miners 9-1
Bulldog pitcher Dillon Fuqua had his “A” game going Friday night striking out 11 Miners on his way to an easy 9-1 victory for the Dawgs. The Bulldogs defense played well supporting Fuqua on the field committing only four miscues well putting up nine hits. Layton Woods led the hitters going 3-3 at the plate. The Dawgs put the game away early scoring six runs in the first inning taking advantage of Sunrise Mountain errors. The Dawgs added three more runs to take the win 9-1. Fuqua along with Jayson Brooks aided his cause with two RBI’s each. The win gives the Dawgs a 1-5 1-A Sunrise League record going into Monday’s game against Del Sol High School. The Dragons come in with a 3-3 league record.