The Virgin Valley High School Lady Bulldogs went 2-0 for the week as they defeated Boulder City Tuesday January 15 45-40 and Lincoln County 36-32 Friday night to finish the week. The Bulldogs jumped on the Eagles early taking a 16-9 lead and never trailed the rest of the way. Leading the way for the Dawgs, were guard Sidney Ludvigson and forward Alexis Boatright, with 12 and 17 points, respectively. The Eagles threatened in the fourth period but the Dawgs held them off for the win. The Lady Dawgs continued to jump on teams early Friday night taking a 13-5 first quarter lead against Lincoln County and pushing the ball to lead 27-14 at the break. The Lynx mounted a charge in the second half outscoring the Dawgs 18-8 but the Dawgs kept them at bay winning 36-32. Alexis Boatright continued her offensive display with 12 points to lead the Bulldogs. The Lady Dogs return to 3A Sunrise League hosting Sunrise Mountain on Wednesday Jan.23 and Sky Point on Friday Jan. 25.
Bulldog Boys lose two to end their week
The Bulldog boy basketball team went back to their losing ways Tuesday Jan.15, losing to Boulder City 62-36 and followed with a 63-49 loss Friday Jan. 18 at Lincoln County. The Bulldogs made it a game against the Eagles early, trailing 12-10 after one period of play. The Eagles blew the game open in the second period outscoring the Dawgs 22 -5 to take a 34-15 lead into the break. The Eagles continued their onslaught in the third period outscoring the Bulldogs 17-9 on their way to victory. Daxon Toone and Will Barnum led the Dawgs with 10 points each. Wednesday’s drive to Panaca was long but much longer returning as the Dawgs lost to the Lynx 63-49. The Lincoln County squad led from start to finish with a balanced attack. Leading the way for the Dawgs, were sophomore Will Barnum with 17 points followed by Braden Bingham with 11 points. The Dawgs return to league play hosting Sunrise Mountain on Jan. 23 and Sky Point on Jan. 25. The Dawgs record fell to 1-12.