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Park View girls dominate Bluestone in 60-30 win

SoVaNow.com / February 01, 2017

The Bluestone varsity girls basketball team traveled to Park View last Wednesday and took a beating, 60-30.

Park View is now 11-8, 7-7, Tri-Rivers District.

Surry County (14-1, 18-1), Brunswick (11-3) and Greensville hold the top three spots in Tri-Rivers play.

Park View was scheduled to travel to Surry County tonight and finish up the week in their last home game of the regular season against Appomattox Regional Governors School.

Park Views’s final game of the season is a road game versus Dinwiddie, scheduled for Saturday.

In action versus Bluestone, Park View was led by Mika Harrison who dropped 22 points in the contest and led all scorers on the night. Bluestone’s Iesha Hicks-Gregory drained five three-pointers to lead the Baron girls.

Park View took a 13-6 lead at the end of the first, led by Jaidyn Lamb’s six points – Lamb finished with 10 points for the game. Aryanna Patrick scored four of Bluestone’s six.

The second and third quarters were where Park View put the game out of contention. Park View outpaced Bluestone 22-7 in the second and 18-11 in the third.

Park View went to halftime leading 35-13. And at the end of the third they held a 53-24 lead.

Park View outscored Bluestone in the final frame 7-6 for the 60-30 win.

Park View also got good performances in the game from Nieya Hawkins (10 points) and Nyiesha Pair (nine).

Bluestone dropped to 2-17 with the loss.



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