The Virgin Valley High flag football team rolled to big wins over Western and Mojave to remain in a tie for first place in the 3A Southern League standings.

The Lady Bulldogs pummeled Western, 44-0, on the road in Las Vegas and then came back three days later to thump Mojave, 45-6, at home inside Evan Wilson Stadium.

The results improve VVHS to 3-0 in league play and 7-1 overall.

Virgin Valley piled up 596 yards of total offense in easily dispatching Western on the Lady Warriors’ home field. The Lady Bulldogs rushed for 378 yards while adding 218 yards through the air.

Sophomore running back Rainee Brito led the rushing attack with 96 yards on 10 carries while junior Nikita Eskelsen added 83 yards on seven attempts which included a 43-yard touchdown run.

Junior Nataly Serna (nine yards), junior Shaylee Feltner (four) and senior Julia Ramirez (three) also added touchdown runs for VVHS.

Quarterback Ally Wright had a big night completing 16-of-26 passes for 218 yards. The junior threw three touchdown passes to Brito (60 yards), senior Macee Bundy (55) and junior Taylor Marshall (42).

Junior Elise Dick led all receivers with seven catches for 43 yards. Brito had three for 37 yards and Marshall three for 22.

Against Mojave, the Lady Bulldogs scored three times in the opening quarter to grab an early 18-0 advantage.

Brito scored on a 60-yard run while Feltner ran in from 34 yards out. Wright connected with Marshall on a 40 yard TD pass to close out the quarter for the Lady Bulldogs.

Eskelsen added a 19-yard scoring run with Brito tacking on the conversion to give Virgin Valley a 25-0 lead at halftime.

The Lady Bulldogs increased their advantage to 38-0 after three periods on touchdown runs of 48 yards by Eskelsen and nine yards by Wright. Wright also threw a conversion pass to Ramirez.

VVHS close out its scoring in the final quarter on a 60-yard touchdown run by Bundy with Feltner adding the conversion.

Virgin Valley rushed for 331 yards with Bito leading the way with 89 yards on five carries. Eskelsen added 81 yards on eight carries while Feltner rushed for 69 yards on seven attempts.

In the passing game, Wright completed seven-of 13 attempts for 120 yards. Marshall had four receptions for 92 yards and junior Autumn Boatright had two catches for 22 yards.