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Baron girls get solid win over Park View

SoVaNow.com / December 26, 2012
The Bluestone Lady Barons scored a convincing 46-34 win over their rivals from across the county, the Park View Lady Dragons, in action at Bluestone on Dec. 20.

After a slow first quarter that ended with Bluestone holding a 7-6 lead, the pace of the game picked up in the second quarter. Bluestone posted 15 points in the frame to 13 for Park View to go into halftime with a slender lead.

The game began to turn in the second half as the Bluestone girls outpointed the Lady Dragons 8-2 in the third quarter. Then Bluestone poured it on the fourth, doubling the offensive production on their guests, 16-8.

Carmen Sturdifen led the way for the Lady Barons in the victory, scoring 13 points to make her the high scorer of the night. Tiffany Davis added 11 and Bre Roberts had 10 for Bluestone.

Brianna Rodgers was Park View’s chief threat, scoring 16 points. Brittany Whitby scored eight.

Earlier in the week, the Lady Barons fell to Amelia, 60-35. In that loss, the girls were paced by three players — Bre Roberts, Carmen Sturdifen and Tiffany Davis — with eight points each. Daya Thompson added six.





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