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Dragons stay busy – and successful – against Tri-Rivers District opponents

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Martavious Hendricks drives the post for a lay-up during the PV victory over the Bulldogs in Lawrenceville Saturday evening.

PV girls sweep Brunswick, Hawkins gets 1,000th point

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Park View’s Nieya Hawkins scored her 1000th career point on Saturday against Brunswick. The milestone came early in the first quarter of the contest played at Lawrenceville. To make the event even more special, Hawkins also completed a foul shot after regulation time had expired to win the game for Park View. Hawkins is only the second Lady Dragon to reach the thousand-point mark. The first was Deidre Williams who completed the feat in 1994. From left, Park View boys head basketball coach Danny Watkins, basketball scorekeeper Trudy Gentry, former PVHS girls head coach Phyllis Williams, who coached Deidre Williams during the 1994 season, Nieya Hawkins, current PVHS girls head coach Mike Barmoy, Trava Hawkins and Marie Brown, mother of Deidre Williams. Williams was unable to attend due to a scheduling conflict. (Steve Hinzman photos)

Park View jayvee boys hammer opposition 177-72

After setback in Surry, Dragons bounce back with victory over Appomattox Regional GS

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Jack Janson gets an easy lay-up against the Dragons of Appomattox Regional Governor’s School. (Steve Hinzman photo)

Park View girls pick up win

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Asia Green drives the lane in the second half against a tough and much improved ARGS defense.

Park View torches Greensville for 23-point victory

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Josh Boyd makes a strong move to the basket during Park View's victory over Greensville at PVHS Friday evening. (Steve Hinzman photos)

Park View girls come out flat, can’t recover against Eagles

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Greensville’s J. Hill attempts to force her way between M. Harrison and A. Green. (Steve Hinzman photo)

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