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BMS baseball, softball and track and field teams hold openers / April 28, 2021

It has been a big week in Mecklenburg County as high and middle schools sports took to the playing fields to compete in spring sports.

The middle schools were the first to taste competition with Bluestone hosting baseball and the Trojans traveling to play softball and track openers.

The BMS baseball team took on Nottoway Middle School at home last week and fell 12-0. The Trojans did fairly well for the first two innings but afterwards Nottoway opened the game up scoring multiple runs for the 12-0 win over Bluestone.

BMS softball took a loss to start their season. The Trojan girls dropped the game 17-3 and will look to rebound this week.

Track and field competed at Powhatan last week. The boys placed second while the girls came in third. Cumberland also participated in the meet.

Scheduled games this week have the Trojan baseball team traveling to Central Charlotte County and the softball girls hosting Central-CC. Track and field traveled to Amelia yesterday with a tri-meet featuring Bluestone, Park View and host Amelia.

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