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Barons boost district mark with three game sweep

South Boston News
SQUEEZE — Will Seate makes this catch for the second out of the fifth inning against Brunswick, with the Barons holding a 6-2 lead. (Julia Dressler photo)
The Bluestone Barons swept three games last week against district foes Brunswick and Prince Edward to even their season record at 8-8 and boost their fortunes as the Southside District tournament draws near.

Dragons fall to Nottoway, rebound against Greensville

The Park View Dragon baseball team downed Greensville, 9-3, last Thursday evening after the game was called at the end of five innings due to bad weather.

Registration under way for 2010 Lake Country Soccer Splash tournament in Clarksville

Baron jayvees break out bats against Indians, Statesmen

South Boston News
BRINGING THE HEAT — DeQuan Smith rears back and throws a strike for the Bluestone jayvees in action last week at home against Southampton. (Julia Dressler photo)
A potent offense spurred the Bluestone Baron jayvee baseball team to victory in two games last week.

Two lopsided games, two different results for PV

The Park View varsity baseball team found itself on opposite ends of the scoreboard last week, traveling to Prince Edward on Thursday where they dominated the Eagles, 10-0, but falling at home last Tuesday to the Powhatan Indians, 11-0.

Defensive lapse costs Dragon girls in 4-0 loss to Powhatan

The Park View Lady Dragons suffered a major defensive lapse in the third inning and never recovered as the Powhatan Lady Indians picked up a 4-0 win in softball last Tuesday in South Hill.

Honoring heroes

South Boston News
TAKING AIM - Veteran James McGee takes aim during the archery competition at the Cove Thursday. McGee was part of the approximately 50-strong group of American heroes out at the Cove Thursday to participate in a special event to honor the nation's military veterans brought to reality by the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation.
U.S. Marine Corps and Army veteran James McGee appreciated Thursday’s special event at the Cove, honoring American heroes in a sun-drenched, peaceful setting, highlighting the special camaraderie military veterans understand.

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