Lady Dawgs victorious versus Leander Glenn
Burnet senior Lady Bulldog Aubree Taylor rounds the base and anticipates her next move during Burnet’s Tuesday night game at Leander. The Lady Dawgs picked up their first district win beating the Lady Grizzles on the road 19-7. Taylor scored three runs in the Burnet victory.
By Wayne Craig Bulletin Sports A win is a win and the Lady Dawgs were all about their first district victory which came Tuesday night on the road at Leander. The two teams took to the turf sitting at 0-5 in a tough 19-4A district race and after Burnet’s slugfest the girls in green were all smiles with a 19-7 victory on the board. The Lady Dawgs combined for 18 hits in the game and only committed three errors in the field. Kaygen Floyd led at the bat going four for five with two doubles and two singles. She also scored two runs and had four RBIs. Jayci Craig was next on the offensive charts with three hits that included a double and two singles. Craig scored two runs and had three RBIs. Makayla Whitus also connected for three hits. She had a double and two singles. Whitus also scored a pair of runs and had three RBIs. Mackenzie Goertz, Samantha Robison, Alex Barry and Natalie Frank each made contact at the bat twice. Barry had a double, all others were singles. Also scoring runs for Burnet included Frank with three, Barry with three, Aubree Taylor, three; Meghan Westbrook, two; and Baby Romero, one. The Lady Dawgs’ biggest innings were the top of the first with six runs scored and the top of the seventh with eight runs scored. Robison pitched a complete seven inning game allowing 13 hits and seven runs, while striking out four. The Leander game was the final game for Burnet’s Lady Dawgs in the first round. They ended that round in fifth place with a 1-5 record. Burnet opened the second round on Tuesday night at state ranked Liberty Hill and will host Taylor this Friday night at the Lady Dawg Diamond.