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Mon, Aug. 19

Lee Williams baseball rolls River Valley
Kingman Academy softball ends three-game skid

KINGMAN - Lee Williams broke open a nail-biter with four runs in the fifth and seventh innings for 12-2 win over River Valley (3-5) Thursday in Mohave Valley.

Both teams scored twice in the first, and Lee Williams (6-1 Division III) added single runs in the third and fourth innings.

Kenyon Rowley had a double in the big fifth inning, and Carter Rhoades scored three runs for the Volunteers.

Lee Williams next plays at tough Chino Valley (6-4 D-III) at 4 p.m. Monday. Chino Valley won the Kingman tournament March 6-7.

Bradshaw pounds Bulldogs

Bradshaw Mountain (6-4 D-II, 1-0 Section V) opened section play by pounding Kingman 20-0 Thursday in Prescott Valley. That happened just two days after the Bulldogs' Ricky Ogborn no-hit Parker en route to an 11-0 Kingman (1-6, 0-1) win.

The Bulldogs host River Valley at 3:45 p.m. Monday in non-section action.

GIRLS SOFTBALL: Academy beats Bagdad, 12-0

Kingman Academy sent 13 batters to the plate and nine scored in the third inning to beat Bagdad (4-2) and put an end to a three-game losing streak Friday at Southside Park, 12-0.

Academy (4-4 D-III) had five singles and two walks in the inning, and Jillian Winters and Jessica Plew each doubled in the rally.

Plew, Kassidy Elliot and Alexis McDade each had two hits for the Lady Tigers.

Maryssa Edwards earned the shutout for the Academy. The Lady Tigers next play at Sedona Red Rock (5-1 D-III) in a non-section game.

Kingman loses section opener

Bradshaw Mountain (6-2, 1-0) scored in every inning but the third to take the Division II, Section V opener at Kingman, 13-2.

The Lady Bulldogs were down 4-0 when they closed the gap with two runs in the third. Natalie Borgens singled and advanced when Ally Applegate reached first on an error. After Avery Lee walked, Dani Shaw delivered a two-run single.

Borgens pitched the whole game for Kingman (2-7, 0-1) and took the loss.

"I thought Natalie pitched one of her best games," said KHS softball coach Dave Vance.

Borgens and Catherine Angle each had two hits. The Lady Bulldogs left the bases loaded in the first and third innings.

Kingman plays at Coconino (6-3, 1-0) in Section V play at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Flagstaff.

GIRLS TENNIS: Havasu sweeps Kingman

Despite valiant efforts in No. 1 (Lara Iozzo/Milena Tapia) and No. 2 (Natalie Collings/Sacha Kessler) doubles with 8-4 losses, Lake Havasu swept Kingman Thursday in Havasu, 9-0.

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