Still struggling to put a complete offensive and defensive game together at one time, the Brady Lady Dog softball team suffered a one-sided 11-0 loss to Liberty Hill last Thursday night. Managing only two hits for the entire game, the Bulldog offense could not get their gears in motion. “Even though we could not make it happen on offense, I was very pleased with the girls’ performance,” said coach Micki Templeton. “Vickie Raybion and Jana Partin each had a single for our two hits. Kaleigh Adams and Kayce Pollok also hit the ball but were thrown out at first.” On the defensive side of the field, the coach noted the efforts of the catcher, Crystal Rivera and left fielder Pollok. “Both of those girls played an outstanding game,” said the coach. “Jana Partin also made a couple of good plays on fly balls. We looked like a totally different ball club Thursday night.” Stefanie Crawford and Brooke Young pitched for the Bulldogs. Crawford pitched five innings, faced 29 batters, allowed six hits, four runs and walked five. Young pitched one inning, faced 12 batters and allowed four hits, seven runs and four walks. The Lady Dogs will wrap up their season Friday (tonight) when they host Wimberley with the first pitch scheduled for 5 p.m.