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BMS boys lose to home to Wyatt / January 17, 2018
Bluestone Middle School boys basketball suffered their eighth loss on the season as the boys dropped a home game to Wyatt Middle School last week, 41-12.

Wyatt dominated the game, holding Bluestone scoreless until approximately the four-minute mark of the second quarter.

Wyatt came out the gate ready to play on Thursday and wasted no time getting the ball in the basket, moving out to a 16-0 first-quarter lead.

Bluestone had a much better second period, hitting for eight points while holding Wyatt to four. Going to halftime, the score was 19-11 Wyatt.

The second half is when Wyatt blew the game wide open, outscoring Bluestone 22-4 over the third and fourth periods.

The Trojans are at home for Pink Night on Thursday.

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