On Tuesday at Sunrise Mountain, freshman Madison Harris had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs as Pahranagat Valley softball downed the Miners in five innings 14-3.

Monica Heredia added two hits for Pahranagat Valley (14-3). Natalie Sharp had two hits for Sunrise Mountain (7-9).

Kennedy Huntsman went to distance on the mound for PVHS, giving up five hits.

After the first frame, Pahranagat scored in every inning and were also aided by 11 Sunrise Mountain errors.

The teams had to deal with as much high winds in Las Vegas.

“We had a good solid game all the way around,” said coach Mike Sparrow. “We had some defensive plays that really got us out of some jams. We had two double plays.

‘Kids were really crisp, doing the right things, being in the right spot.”

Harris’ double, Sparrow said, should have been scored as a solo inside-the-park home run in the fourth inning. “With her speed, they had no chance on it and she scored.”

Panther catcher Jamie Hansen was credited with two unassisted put outs at home plate. “Something I haven’t seen by us in a while,” Sparrow said.

PVHS has another non-league game this Friday at Virgin Valley (5-17) in Mesquite, then are home for a non-league game with Lake Mead on April 29.