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Members of the Halifax County High School varsity football team are, from left, first row, Amir Spencer, Dakota Lawson, Mykell Morris, Jeremiah Martin, Jamal Brandon, Xavier Aguilar, Jaquale Byrd, C.J. Wood, Corey Brandon, Dokota Yancey. Second row, Brandon Davis, C.J. Roberts, Shykiem Venable, Kaneil Green, Cameron Carden, Ty Cole, Moses Hendren, Matt Jones, Jankem Shelby, Aaron Miller. Third row, Herbert Brooks, Alijah Tucker, Patrick Simmons, Cameron Blunt, Travis Helton, Devonte Powell, Tyler Driskoll, Zaveyon Woodall, Chris Carter, Jordan Tucker. Fourth row, Wyatt McAbee, Jacob Abedeljalil, Katre Whitlock, Isiah Graves, Brent Waller, Dakota Tingen, Skylar Ashworth, Darius Bowman, Cederick Jennings, Tavontae Carden. Fifth row, assistant coaches Mike Lloyd, Woody Bane, Thomas Turbeville, Garrick Vogt, Kwame Lambert, coach Kenneth Day, assistant coaches Thomas Crews, Stanley Brandon, Fred Palmore, Jay Cole.

Dragons whip Greensville, 7-2

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Jared Jordan takes the mound for Park View in the Dragons’ 7-2 win over Greensville Tuesday. (Stacey Malone photo)
The Park View varsity baseball team defeated Greensville, 7-2, in action on Tuesday, April 17 at Park View.

Barons pick up split against district foes

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Ian Jones connects with the ball
Lose to R-H but bounce back vs. Buckingham

Baron girls remain in thick of district race

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BANG BANG PLAY — Taylor Burke (below), shown at bat with the bases loaded, gets a solid whack at the pitch to drive in Essence Pulliam, who broke from third base and crossed home under the tag by Randolph Henry’s catcher. (Julia Dressler photo)
The Bluestone varsity girls softball team played a couple of crucial district games last week, losing one and winning one, to stay in the thick of the James River District race.

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