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Baron boys, girls soccer teams prevail

SoVaNow.com / May 09, 2018
The Barons boys soccer team took a hard-fought 2-1 win over Buckingham this week.

Bluestone had a hard time maintaining possession of the ball but in the 28th minute Cooper Carter scored.

Buckingham rallied and scored a minute later. The Barons’ defense stayed solid and the midfield pushed the ball forward — but Bluestone couldn’t capitalize on scoring opportunities.

In the 32nd minute of the second half Daniel Presgraves scored to give Bluestone the lead. Presgraves had three saves in goal. Booby Tyner played in the goal the second half and he had three saves also to preserve the Baron victory.

Baron girls top Buckingham in OT

The Lady Baron soccer team traveled to Buckingham this week and won their match, 4-2.

Although Bluestone had possession the first half, they were not able to find the net. The score at halftime was 0-0.

Buckingham scored 16:19 into the second half. Bluestone answered back at the 20:33 mark with a goal by Saadyah Shamburger.

Buckingham found the net again at the 23:33 mark. But Bluestone’s Aslyn Knott scored off an assist from April Newton before the second half expired, resulting in a 2-2 tie and overtime.

In overtime, Aslyn Knott scored for Bluestone on an assist from Keely Downey and Erin Strider found the net with an assist from A. Newton, giving the Baron girls the 4-2 win.





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