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Hardy sets college athletic path

South Boston News
Bluestone High School senior Alex Hardy on Thursday signed a letter of intent to play college football at Livingstone College in Salisbury, N.C. Seated, Hardy and his mother, Lakeishia Hardy. Standing, Bluestone athletic director Dan Powell, assistant coach Justin Wilkerson, head coach Harry John, assistant coach Tony Bateman and assistant coach Chris Martin. (Photo by Amirah Alexander)

Jones to play football at Shenandoah U.

Barons wrap up with 22-0 win over Dukes

Sturdifen piles up 1,000 yards passing

Bluestone’s playoff hopes fade with 28-7 loss to Buckingham

South Boston News
Trey Small was making the moves on Friday and had a good offensive game for Bluestone. (Mike Moseley photo)
Listless outing for Barons on Senior Night

Barons aim to finish strong with playoff berth in sight

Varsity holds No. 6 spot in JRD rankings

Homecoming heartbreaker for Bluestone

South Boston News
Dale Sturdifen Jr. was 4-of-15 through the air for 173 yards and two TDs. He also ran for a TD in overtime. (Shauna Newcomb photo)
Barons drop overtime game to Nottoway, tumble to sixth place in the JRD

Blueston 2-2 in James River District with 29-14 Lunenburg loss

South Boston News
Dale Sturdifen Jr. ran for 70 yards on the night, including scoring a TD. (Mike Moseley photo)

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