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Barons open with 53-12 setback

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READY, AIM, FIRE — Bluestone quarterback L.J. Barnett sets up in the backfield for the pass. (Stacey Malone photo)
Starting a new year with fresh hopes of ending their recent futility on the gridiron, the Bluestone Senior High School Barons showed flashes of progress against the Randolph-Henry Statesmen Friday night.

Lady Barons score split against Central, R-H

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The Bluestone High School varsity volleyball team had a 2-2 record after wrapping up the second week of the season with a victory over Central of Lunenburg on Tuesday and a loss to Randolph-Henry on Thursday.

Lady Comets move past scrappy Bluestone

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Jill Trickey attempts to make the stop on a hard block from Bluestone's Carmen Sturdifen during Tuesday's varsity volleyball match at Halifax County High School. (David Conner II photo)
Halifax County High School dug deep and held off Group AA Bluestone High School Tuesday night in a very competitive varsity volleyball match in the Comet gym.

Bluestone spikers start new season with split against Halifax, Lunenburg

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Taylor Moore serves a point for Bluetone.
Despite giving their Group AAA rivals a stern test, the Bluestone varsity volleyball girls lost their second game of the season Thursday to Halifax County High School, 25-16, 26-24 and 25-23.

Bluestone suits up for new season, coach

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Top, The varsity Baron football team, under first-year coach Tommy Austin, opens the regular season Sept. 10 against Randolph-Henry. From left, first row, Amotio Smith, Raheem Green, Rasheed Gregory, Dustin Johnson, Quashawn Lester, L.J. Barnett, Chris Watson, Stanley Watson. Second row: Karvell Ford, Terrell Rawlings, Denny Dillon, James Thompson, Justin Small, Logan Powell, Deion Moseley, Brian Glover, Marco Bowers. Third row: Jacob Newton, Jonathan Bailey, Justin Bailey, C.J. Marrow, Caleb Pittard, Zack Pittard, Randy Tucker, Darron Johnson. Back row: Chavalous Canada, Bobby Harris, Marcus Tucker and Jeremy Balducci. Not pictured: DeQuan Smith, Dhaakir Barnes, Damien Shields, Sterlin Newton and Tashib Braithwaite. Above, The jayvee football team at Bluestone High School are, from left, first row, Chris Watson, Ian Jones, Carnelle Richardson, Donovan Moseley, Will Young, Dhakir Barnes, Jeremy Balducci, Marcus Tucker. Second row: Damien Winbush, Josh Briggs, Harold Cooper, Dimitri Edwards, Tarjey Tucker, Kevin Cheatham, Matthew Osborne. Back row: Aaron New, Cornelius Goode, Devin Avant, Michael Staten, Chase Chabanik, Robert Early. Not pictured: Antoine Stanard.

New coach, outlook for Barons

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First-year Bluestone coach Tommy Austin, left, puts the Bluestone football team through practice drills in preparation for the season opener Sept. 10 against Randolph-Henry. The Barons will participate in their first scrimmage Thursday against Fuqua School in Farmville. (Julia Dressler photo)
The Bluestone High School Baron football team is heading into a season of change, transition and — hopefully — turnaround.

Bluestone Middle School 2010 sports awards

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BMS Baseball Awards: MVP---Carnell Richardson; Coaches Award---Antwaun Tucker; Most Improved---Kashawn Hilliard
Bluestone Middle School held its annual Sports Banquet in the BMS cafeteria on May 25.

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