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Baron boys, girls win soccer matches / April 17, 2019
The Bluestone varsity soccer team returned to James Diver District action after a week off due to severe weather and rain and took an 8-0 road win over the Cumberland Dukes.

In the fourth minute Gabe Giammatteo scored a penalty kick to put Bluestone on the scoreboard. In the seventh minute Ethan Parker scored. In the 10th minute Cooper Carter scored on a pass from Jeremy Goodwin. In the 16th minute Chris Bagbey scored. In the 40th minute Seth Newton scored on a pass from Cameron Strum for the 5-0 halftime lead

Bluestone kept the pressure on in the second half. In the second minute Dale Sturdifen scored. In the 14th minute Pedro Trejo-Garcia scored a header on a crossing pass from Jeremy Goodwin.

In the 18th minute Evan Newton scored the eighth goal of the game. The game ended two minutes later due to the eight-goal rule.

The Barons are in fourth place in the JRD with a record of 4-2.

Girls dominate Nottoway in 10-0 JRD win

The Bluestone girls varsity soccer team traveled to Nottoway to face the Cougars last week and won 10-0.

This was the girls’ fourth win by shutout. Bluestone improved to 4-2, 2-1 in the district.

In last week’s game versus Nottoway, Ashlyn Knott found the net first 15:00 into the match off an assist from Erin Strider. AT Williamson scored off a break away at the 17:47 mark.

Hite Jones scored at the 19:39 mark. Charlotte Bradshaw posted two points on an assist from Kaylin Seamans at the 21:46 mark and again at the 26:24 mark. Dinika Boyd scored the last goal of the half off an assist from Williamson for the 6-0 lead at the half.

Bradshaw found the net early into the second half with an assist from Jones 1:51 into the second half, scoring her first “Hat Trick” of the season. Knott found the net 2:50 in with an assist from Molly Garner.

Strider scored 8:10 in from an assist from Kaylin Seamans. The final goal was scored by Keely Downey off an assist from Strider ending the game with the mercy rule at 10-0.

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