The Lady Bulldogs after their first place win.
After Lake Havasu scored two first inning runs (one was unearned), the Lady Bulldogs recorded seven shutouts and did not allow Lake Havasu to score again either.
Daphne Barton went the distance against Lake Havasu, scattering six hits in the 4-2 win. Julia Estudillo was two for three, JoDawn White two for two, Nicole Curnutte one for one, Barton one for two and Amanda Wilcox one for three.
Juliet Sullenberger allowed only one hit in the 1-0 win over River Valley. Barton relieved in the final inning. Sullenberger was two for two at the plate. Armenta, Estudillo, White and Wilcox were all one for two. Armenta scored the lone run of the game on a walk, a sacrifice, a stolen base and Estudillo’s single.
Barton shutout Kingman 1-0 on two hits in the feature game of the tournament. Armenta was two for two. White and Arsenia Pacheco were each one for two. White doubled and scored the only run of the game on a Kingman miscue.
Sullenberger allowed only three hits in the 7-0 win over Chino Valley. Briana Conatser pitched the final inning. Sullenberger and Sarah Ragnoli were each two for two. Armenta and Arsenia Pacheco were each two for three. Wilcox was one for one. Joanna Panana was one for two. Amanda Gomez was one for three.
The Lady Bulldogs were totally dominant on Saturday in defeating Holbrook 10-0, Antelope 23-0, Palo Verde 10-0 and Parker 11-0.
Barton allowed only one hit in the 10-0 victory over Holbrook. Armenta was three for four, Panana two for three, Conatser one for one. White, Tessa Ramsey, Anna Pacheco and Estudillo were all one for two.
Conatser gave up only one hit against Antelope in the 23-0 rout. Armenta and Panana were each three for three. Conatser and Ramsey were two for two. Wilcox was two for three. Sullenberger was one for one. White and Ragnoli were one for two.
Barton allowed just two hits in the 10-0 win over Palo Verde that clinched first place in the tournament. It was her fourth win of the tournament and fifth of the season. Armenta and Barton were each three for four. Ramsey was two for three and White two for four. Wilcox and Estudillo were each one for four.
Sullenberger held Parker to one hit in the 11-0 win that closed out a perfect tournament. It was her third victory of the tournament and the season. Armenta was three for three. Curnutte was two for two. Ramsey was one for one. White was two for three. Arsenia Pacheco and Sullenberger were each one for two.
Armenta was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. White and Barton were selected to the All Tournament Team.