Photo: 21 Ava Hlavacek swings at a pitch in the second inning. Varsity Softball The Prescott Badgers suffered their first loss of the season, in an 8-5 contest with the Flagstaff Eagles, in Prescott yesterday. Eliza Legge pitched for the Badgers and roughed up for eight runs, seven earned, on eight hits. Legge struck out
Photo: 25 RJ Parra rounds the bases after hitting the game ending grand slam. Varsity Softball RJ Parra literally started and finished the game in a 16-4 win over the Estrella Foothills Wolves. Parra pitched the complete game, allowing just two earned runs on five hits, while striking out seven. That was in the field.
Photo: 22 Leigha Walker Varsity Softball The Badgers continued rolling right along with an easy 14-2 win over the visiting Mesquite Wildcats. Leigha Walker led the hit parade with four, including a double, and 2 RBIs. Makayla Reyes had a single, a pair of doubles and 3 RBIs. Dana Seavey had a single and two
Photo: 13 Makayla Reyes Varsity Baseball The Badgers, off their extra inning win at home over Mohave, blasted the Deer Valley Skyhawks 10-3 in Phoenix. Hunter Hays threw 6 2/3 innings, allowing just one hit, and two earned runs, while striking out 8 and yielding 4 passes. At the plate, Prescott had four players with
Photo: Dana Seavey scores a run in the Badgers third inning of their 16-1 win. Varsity Softball Prescott pounded Mohave 16-1 that included an 18 hit performance, as freshman Eliza Legge was all business in the circle, striking out 9 in the Badgers win over the Thunderbirds. Makayla Reyes went 4 for 4 with a
Photo: 13 Makayla Reyes slides into second base as 9 Izabel Pozar attempts to apply the tag. Reyes was called out on the play in the Badgers 12-2 win over Coconino. Varsity Softball The Prescott Badgers remained unbeaten on the season with a 12-2, five inning contest, at Prescott High School yesterday. The teams battled