By Sam Conner
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated Page and Globe last weekend, boosting their record to 12-6.
Winslow earned a 52-41 victory over the Sand Devils at Page Friday night.
The Bulldogs led 16-12 after the first quarter, but trailed 25-21 at the half. They regained the lead in the third quarter and led 36-32 entering the final period. They increased their lead in that quarter to seal the win.
Milland Thomas led all scorers with 18 points for the Bulldogs, followed by Keenan Keams with 11 points for Winslow.
Michael Redbear led Page with 9 points.
Winslow 16 5 15 16 52
Page 12 13 7 9 41
Winslow: Keenan Keams 11, Demetrius Gamez 2, Milland Thomas 18, Stevin Nelson 3, Frank Kelly 8, Trevor Begay 7, Savion Fuller 2 and Vincenzio Sells 1.
Page: Jamaal Thomas 6, Noah Larson 8, Collin Knight 2, Carson Wright 7, Dillon Nockidench 2, Roger Sandall 7 and Michael Redbear 9.
The Bulldogs defeated the Globe Tigers 62-53 in a home game Saturday night.
Winslow started strong and hit five three-point shots in the first quarter to take a 25-13 lead by the end of the stanza. The Tigers cut the margin to 38-31 by the intermission, but Winslow had a productive third quarter and led 56-41 going into the fourth.
Stevin Nelson, who hit four treys in the first quarter, led all scorers with 17 points for Winslow. Trelonnie Sanders added 10 points for the Bulldogs.
Globe’s offense was led by B. Dallemagane, who scored 13 points, and J. Bahe, who tallied 11.
Globe 13 18 10 12 53
Winslow 25 13 18 6 62
Globe: J. Duenae 8, B. Dallemagane 13, T. Holyoak 6, B. Hernandez 5, A. Pechule 6, J. Hicklin 2, D. Belinda 2 and J. Bahe 11.
Winslow: Cory Dixon 3, Keenan Keams 8, Trelonnie Sanders 10, Demetrius Gamez 2, Delvin Benally 3, Milland Thomas 6, Stevin Nelson 17, Frank Kelly 7, Trevor Begay 2, Andrew Greenwood 2 and Vincenzio Sells 2.
The wins improved Winslow’s record to 12-6 for the season.
The Bulldogs were scheduled to host the Hopi Bruins on Tuesday. They will go on the road on Thursday, Jan. 9, to play the Alchesay Falcons in Whiteriver and will meet the Warriors on Saturday, Jan. 11, in Tuba City.
By Sam Conner