The Virgin Valley High School girl soccer team continues their push to move up in 3A Sunrise League standings with two wins this past week. The Lady Dawgs got revenge and knocked Boulder City off 2-1 on Tuesday October 15 ending the Eagles hope for an undefeated season. Thursday the Dawgs defeated a tough Sunrise Mountain squad 2-1on Senior Night on the hill. The wins gave the Lady Dogs a 5-2-2 in league standings and 10-2-2 overall. The Bulldogs have three games remaining in the regular season traveling to Chaparral and SLAM Academy on 10/21 and 10/23 before hosting a huge game on Oct.31 against archrival Moapa Valley. The third place Bulldogs should take care of the first two games before facing the second place Pirates.

Leading the way for the Dawgs against Boulder City were Raeanna Slack with two goals and Graciee Draney with an assist. “We ruined the Eagles chance for an undefeated season,” said Bulldog coach Scott Trimming. “Getting revenge at home made the win sweeter.”

Senior Night’s 2-1 win over the Sunrise Mountain Miners was special for seniors Ally Wright, Damaris Villalobos and Emmelie Anguiano. “All three girls have played soccer for VVHS for 4 years,” said coach Trimming. “All the girls are instrumental role models for the younger girls. Wright shined stopping threats from Miners attackers.” Jamie Hulet struck goal off a corner kick and Josselyn Hernandez scored on an assist from Emma Hughes.