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BMS falls to Nottoway 38-0 / September 22, 2021
Bluestone Middle School football was shut out 38-0 by Nottoway Thursday.

The Trojans displayed some decent offense — making some nice gains on the ground and through the air — but they were unable to punch the ball in for the TD. It wasn’t that the team didn’t convert some great third down plays; it’s that untimely penalties and turnovers kept Bluestone on its heels.

BMS coach Lamont Dodd said the offensive plan for the game was good. Execution was the problem.

“Our offensive coordinator Ryan Hayes had a great game plan,” Dodd said. “We just had some costly penalties.”

The Trojans have a bye this week where hopefully they can get on the mend with some injuries. The team returns to action on Oct. 6 versus Prince Edward.

“With this being the last year the Bluestone Trojans will play, we really want to finish the season strong,” said Dodd.

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