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1/15/2013 10:24:00 AM
Bulldogs lose to Coconino and Flagstaff
Navajo-Hopi Observer

The Winslow Bulldogs likely did not enjoy their trips to Flagstaff on Tuesday and Wednesday as they were trounced on consecutive nights by the Coconino Panthers and the Flagstaff Eagles.

The Coconino Panthers defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 67-38 in Flagstaff Jan. 8. The loss dropped Winslow's record to 12-6 for the season. The Bulldogs were in Flagstaff again on Wednesday to meet the Flagstaff Eagles.

The Panthers started strong and enjoyed a 15-7 lead after the first quarter of play and a double digit 33-19 margin at the half. The Panthers' lead was a commanding 54-33 after three quarters.

Skyler Zweifel of Coconino led all scorers with 16 points. Two more Panthers also scored in double figures. Andy Bonner scored 15 points and Josh Ingram knocked down 11. Conner Wood scored nine for the victors. Michael Goldtooth led Winslow with 15 points. No other Bulldog scored more than five points.

On Wednesday the Flagstaff Eagles easily beat the Winslow Bulldogs 58-33. The loss dropped Winslow's record to 12-7 for the season.

The Eagles established dominance in the first quarter and led 23-5 heading into the second quarter. The margin was 31-10 at the half and 48-23 after three quarters.

Bailey Stephens led all scorers with 17 points for Flagstaff. Trevor Johnson also scored in double figures for the Eagles with 14 points. Michael Goldtooth led the Bulldogs with 11 points.

The Bulldogs will travel to Pinetop to meet the Blue Ridge Yellowjackets on Thursday. Their busy schedule continues with home games against Flagstaff on Friday and Monument Valley on Saturday.

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