Lady Bulldogs top Paradise Valley, lose to Greenway

Greenway keeps Lady Bulldogs baserunners on their toes April 16. Todd Roth/NHO

Greenway keeps Lady Bulldogs baserunners on their toes April 16. Todd Roth/NHO

WINSLOW, Ariz. - The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Paradise Valley Lady Trojans 14-4 in Winslow April 15 but lost to the Greenway Lady Demons April 16.

The results left Winslow's record at 17-9 and dropped Paradise Valley's to 1-11 and improved Greenway's to 15-7.

In the victory over Paradise Valley, Justine Butterfield got the win allowing just four runs, only three of which were earned, on three hits and a walk in five innings. The game was shortened because of the 10-run rule.

Gabby Gonzalez was three for three for the Lady Bulldogs with a home run. Sherreise Beaty was one for one. Alyssa Smith was three for four with a home run and a double. Alicia O'Haco was two for three. Harleigh Scott was one for two. Morgan Thomas was one for three.

In the loss to Greenway, Beaty took the loss giving up eight runs, only seven of which were earned on five hits and a walk in four and a third innings of work. Alyssa Barton worked two and two thirds of an inning in relief and gave up two runs, one of which was earned, on a hit and a walk.

Smith was by far the most successful Lady Bulldog at the plate going four for four with half of her team's hits including a double. Butterfield was one for one. Thomas was one for three. Gonzalez and Sierra Wilcox were one for four with Gonzalez hitting a double.

The Lady Bulldogs were to play the Mingus Lady Marauders in Cottonwood April 19. Winslow's last three games of the regular season are at home April 21 against the Deer Valley Lady Skyhawks, April 23 at Tempe against the Marcos de Niza Lady Padres and April 25 at home against the Notre Dame Prep Lady Saints. The Lady Bulldogs expect to be a playoff team.


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