April 24, 2012
In her last regular season home game, senior Natalie Black battled for a base hit early in the third inning but got a walk.
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The euphoria of being ranked No. 1 for the first time ever in the state power points has worn off and the elation of beating longtime rival Show Low, 7-1, is settling in. Late last week, the Lady Longhorn softball team reached the top spot in Division III power point rankings, but the stay was short. Only hours after reaching the top spot, unbeaten Estrella Foothills (17-0), which had been the poll leader all season long, reported results of an April 19 game which pushed the team past PHS into first place. With the move, the Lady Horns, 15-0 in the regular season and 24-3 overall, fell to second place about three points behind EF.