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BHS girls soccer drops 6-3 match vs. Park View / June 02, 2021

The Bluestone girls soccer team put up a good battle last Thursday against cross-county rival Park View High School but lost 6-3.

Playing all season with a shortened squad of nine, Park View matched Bluestone’s numbers on the field to add some balance to the match.

The Barons got on the scoreboard with a goal by Emma Riegert as soon as the game began. PV answered with a goal at the eight minute mark for the 1-1 tie.

Riegert posted another goal at the 18-minute mark to put Bluestone up 2-1. PV responded with two goals six minutes of each other to take the 3-2 lead to the half.

PV opened the second half scoring in the 14th and 17th minute and added its final goal at the 38-minute mark to take a 6-2 lead. Bluestone’s Ella Beatty posted the Barons’ last goal one minute later in the 39th minute for the 6-3 final.

For PV, Isabel Cranford tallied three goals. Alice Gonzales Sanches, Amyah Hicks, and Kaitlyn Cambell scored their first-ever goals in varsity competition, Cambell’s coming on a penalty kick.

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