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Dragon kickers topple Barons

SoVaNow.com / April 10, 2013
The Park View Dragons won their rematch with the Bluestone boys soccer team, 5-0, in action last Wednesday in South Hill.

The loss squared the Barons’ record at 2-2 on the season. Both losses have come against their cross-county rivals from Park View.

The Dragons remained unbeaten with the win.

The Park View boys also took their second victory of the season in Southside District play this week when they trounced Southampton, 7-0, on Monday.

The Dragons are now 5-0 on the season, 2-0 in the Southside District. They return to action today (Wednesday) for a home game against Brunswick, and are scheduled to travel to Greensville next Monday for a district match.

Bluestone is slated to play two games this week against Central of Lunenburg Wednesday, and Goochland Friday.

Also last Wednesday, the Bluestone girls took on their soccer counterparts at Park View and won 4-2. It was the second time this season the Lady Barons have beaten the Park View girls, with their first win coming March 11, a 9-0 victory.



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