Terry Marxen Chevrolet-Cadillac

Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Milestones | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS | GrandCanyonTourGuide.com
Navajo-Hopi Observer | Flagstaff, Arizona

home : sports : sports April 16, 2014


2/5/2013 11:36:00 AM
Bulldogs best Tuba City 66-50
Tuba City’s Kendrick Begay gives a Winslow Bulldog some trouble during Tuba’s 66-50 loss to Winslow Jan. 31. Todd Roth/NHO
Tuba City’s Kendrick Begay gives a Winslow Bulldog some trouble during Tuba’s 66-50 loss to Winslow Jan. 31. Todd Roth/NHO
Winslow’s Marcella Joe slashes to the hoop against Tuba City Jan, 31. Tuba City prevailed 50-49. Todd Roth/NHO
Winslow’s Marcella Joe slashes to the hoop against Tuba City Jan, 31. Tuba City prevailed 50-49. Todd Roth/NHO
Navajo-Hopi Observer


The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Tuba City Warriors 66-50 in Winslow Jan. 31. The win in their last game of the regular season left the Bulldogs with a 16-12 record and hopes for a berth in the sectional tournament. The Bulldogs ended the season with a three-game winning streak.

The Bulldogs started strong and led 19-13 after the first quarter of play. In the second quarter, Winslow built a commanding 37-22 advantage. The margin was 55-37 after three quarters of play.

Michael Goldtooth led all scorers with 23 points for the Bulldogs. Stevin Nelson also scored in double figures for Winslow with 10 points. Alonzo Thompson led Tuba City with 12 points. Tristen Begay scored 11 points and Kendrick Begay scored 10 points for the Warriors.

Tuba City Lady Warriors 50 Winslow Lady Bulldogs 49

The Jan. 31 match up between the Tuba City Lady Warriors and the Winslow Lady Bulldogs came down to the wire, decided on a tip in at the buzzer. Both teams showed they deserve high seeds in post-season tournaments.

With the loss, Winslow ended the regular season with a sparkling 19-5 record. Tuba City completed the season with an excellent 21-6 record. The teams should both get high tournament seeds and should be contenders in the sectional and state tournaments.

The teams were tied 16-16 after the first quarter but Winslow led 21-19 after a low scoring second period. The Lady Bulldogs were still up 33-31 after three periods of play with back and forth play through the final period.

Tuba City got the ball trailing 49-48 with eight seconds left to play. The Lady Warriors had three shots from near the basket in the final seconds of the game. Mariah Begay tipped the ball in for two points right at the final buzzer. The referees had a quick conference, came to the scorer's table and signaled the basket good.

Ashley Lomavayo led all scorers with 16 points for Tuba City. Samytha Parrish also scored in double figures for the Lady Warriors with 12 points. Mattea Begaii led Winslow with 15 points and Laylane Benslow also scored in double figures for the Lady Bulldogs with 10 points. Marcella Joe scored nine for Winslow.

Winslow Lady Bulldogs 60 Holbrook Lady Roadrunners 42

The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Holbrook Lady Roadrunners 60-42 in Holbrook Jan. 30. The win improved Winslow's record to 19-4 for the season.

The Lady Bulldogs sped to an 18-10 first quarter lead and were still up 26-21 at the half. The margin was 39-29 after three quarters of play and increased in the final period.

Shandiin Armao led all scorers with 15 points for the Lady Bulldogs. Mattea Begaii and Halle Hayes also scored in double figures for Winslow with 10 points each. Samantha Smith led Holbrook with 11 points and was the only Lady Roadrunner in double figures.





Article Comment Submission Form
Comments are not posted immediately. Submissions must adhere to our Use of Service Terms of Use agreement. The email and phone info you provide will not be visible to the public. Rambling or nonsensical comments may not be posted. Comments are limited to 1300 characters or less. In order for us to reasonably manage this feature we may limit your comment entries to five(5) per day.
Submit an Article Comment
First Name:
Required
Last Name:
Required
Telephone:
Required
Email:
Required
Comment:
Required
Passcode:
Required
Anti-SPAM Passcode Click here to see a new mix of characters.
This is an anti-SPAM device. It is not case sensitive.
   


Advanced Search

    Recently Commented     Most Viewed
Lawmaker: designate highways to honor Native American vets
Mapmaker documents tribal names from south of the border
Navajo Nation lawmakers hope to formally oppose Arizona bill seeking to legalize recreational marijuana
Redhair raising money to attend 2014 World Leadership Forum in D.C.
NACA offers free health and wellness programs at open house event March 24-28

HSE - We want to hear from you
Find more about Weather in Flagstaff, AZ
Click for weather forecast





Submission links
 •  Submit site feedback or questions

Find It Opinions Features Extras Submit Other Publications
Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Milestones | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS | Site Map
Terry Marxen Chevrolet-Cadillac

© Copyright 2014 Western News&Info, Inc.® The Navajo-Hopi Observer is the information source for the Navajo and Hopi Nations and Winslow area communities in Northern Arizona. Original content may not be reprinted or distributed without the written permission of Western News&Info, Inc.® Navajo-Hopi Observer Online is a service of WNI. By using the Site, nhonews.com ®, you agree to abide and be bound by the site's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which prohibit commercial use of any information on the site. Click here to submit your questions, comments or suggestions. Navajo-Hopi Observer Online is a proud publication of Western News&Info Inc.® All Rights Reserved.

Software © 1998-2014 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved