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Basketball season is done at Bluestone, with both the varsity boys and girls teams falling on the road Saturday in the Region 2A tournament.

Baron Wrestler Neil Clayton Jr. is your 2A Region A Champion of the 220 Weight Class for the second year in a row. The win qualifies him for the VHSL State Championship February 21-22 in Salem, Va where he will defend his title in the 220 pound class. Also qualifying for the State Tournament…

Bluestone’s Neil Clayton Jr. won the Region 2A championship at 220 pounds for the second straight season while Landon Lyles and Hudson Moore brought home third-place finishes from the Region 2A championship wrestling meet held Saturday at Poquoson High School.

Minus several starters, Bluestone put up a spirited fight in the first half and trailed 27-25 at halftime, led by 17 first-half points from junior Nicholas Abernathy.

The Bluestone JV boys basketball team played a tough Buckingham team on Tuesday night, but eventually fell short by a final score of 42-36. The Barons held the lead over the Knights throughout the first half, and had cut the lead to 2 early in the fourth quarter. That is when Buckingham deci…

The Buckingham Knights came into Tuesday nights game against Bluestone ranked fourth in the Region 2 basketball standings. The Knights have only one loss on their record, a close defeat to fellow James River District foe Goochland. On Tuesday the Knights looked the part winning in convincing…

Bluestone Wrestling competed in the JRD Championships this past Thursday.  Neil Clayton Jr. stole the show by claiming his 3rd District title in a row at 220lbs.  The 3-peat ended in dominant fashion, with Clayton pinning his way to victory.  Hudson Moore also wrestled in the finals but fell…

Bluestone sophomore Jalan Dailey had a breakout game on Tuesday night for the Bluestone girls varsity basketball team. Dailey scored a game high 15 points in the Barons loss to Nottoway High School. Dailey has been a contributor for the team all season, but on Tuesday night she took over and…

The Bluestone JV boys basketball team lost both of their games last week, slowing down the fast start they had to the season. On Tuesday night, the boys traveled to Nottoway to take on the JV Cougars, where they were handed a 56-36 defeat to a very good team. On Friday night the boys lost to…

The Bluestone boys basketball team was able to pick up one win for the week, defeating Nottoway on Tuesday night, 54-40. It snapped a 5 game losing streak for the Barons. Junior Victor Small had a breakout game for Bluestone, scoring 16 points on the night. Da’trione Shearin continued to ste…

The JV girls basketball team at Bluestone has reeled off 6 wins in a row after beating Nottoway and Goochland last week. Tuesday night the girls defeted Nottoway 39-25, then followed up with a defeat of Goochland 25-19. The wins ran the JV girls record to 7-2 on the season. 

Bluestone High School senior and Boydton resident Neil Clayton Jr. participated in a prestigious event for high school football players recently. Clayton was selected to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl that took place on Monday, January 13 at Mercedes Benz Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, t…

The Bluestone boys basketball team finished the Gazette Virginian Holiday Classic on Saturday afternoon, December 28, with a disappointing loss to the Hawks of Gretna High School. The Barons lost the game 75-52 that was played at Halifax County High School. Bluestone would finish fourth out …

The Bluestone High School girls basketball team traveled to Halifax County High School on Friday for the Gazette Virginian Holiday Classic tournament. Bluestone joined Halifax, Gretna and Person County to round out the four team tournament. The Lady Barons first opponent would be the Rockets…

The Gazette Virginian Holiday Classic kicked off on Friday afternoon at Halifax County High School. The Bluestone Barons varsity boys team took on the Person County Rockets out of North Carolina in the first boys game of the day. Halifax took on Gretna in the night cap. After a solid first h…

The Bluestone varsity girls team went 0-2 in their match ups this week with James River District opponents. On Tuesday night, December 10, the Barons lost to Buckingham 58-28 at home, and on Wednesday night they traveled to Cumberland where they lost 53-28. The Lady Barons record is now 1-2 …

The Bluestone boys basketball team lost in a heartbreaking double overtime battle against the Cumberland Dukes on Wednesday night, December 11 at Bluestone High School. The Barons battled back from a double digit deficit late in the third quarter to force overtime, but eventually came up sho…

The Bluestone High School wrestling team hosted the Lake Country Classic tournament on Saturday, December 7 at Bluestone High School. 12 teams total from all over the state competed in the tournament that featured wrestlers in weight classes that ranged from 106-285 pounds. Each wrestler par…

The Bluestone JV boys basketball team opened their season in grand fashion on Tuesday, December 3 with a 59-25 win over Central Lunenburg at Bluestone High School. The Barons were led by the duo of EJ Jones and Trevon Tucker. Jones led all scorers with 19 points and Tucker added 16. 

The Bluestone boys varsity team opened their season on Tuesday, December 3 against James River District foe Central Lunenburg. The Barons came away with 64-26 victory to get the season started on the right foot. Bluestone was able to open up the game with 12 straight points before the Charge…

The Bluestone JV and varsity volleyball teams were honored at their end of season banquet last week at the Lamplighter restaurant. The volleyball team had a banner year making it farther than any other team in school history. Their run ended in a close loss in the Region 2A semifinals. One g…

The Bluestone wrestling team is gearing up for their 2019-2020 campaign and a state champion is returning to the mat for them as well. Neil Clayton Jr. returns for his senior season as the Virginia State Champion in the 220 pound division. Clayton will be looking to defend that title in Sale…

The Bluestone girls basketball team is ready to start the 2019-2020 season with a new identity. It has been well documented in the past that the girls basketball teams of the past couple of years have had their fair share of struggles. Low turnout and lack of experience have been the cause o…

Maleek Pulliam, a 2017 graduate of Bluestone High School just finished up his junior season as a defensive tackle on the Averett University Cougars football team. Pulliam finished this season with 28 total tackles, 2 sacks and 2 and a half tackles for loss. Pulliam had 9 tackles in a Novembe…

The Bluestone boys basketball season starts on December 3, and head coach George Lancaster recently sat down to discuss the upcoming season and preview things to come for the team. Last season the Barons went 16-8 overall with a 13-2 James River District record. Bluestone made it to the Regi…

The 2019 Bluestone High School football season has officially ended. Bluestone Athletic Director Justin Kirkland released a statement this afternoon that goes into detail about the circumstances that led to Bluestone cancelling their season finale tonight at Goochland High School. You can re…

When Justin Kirkland was recently named the new Athletic Director at Bluestone High School, he had a vision for what he wanted to do. Kirkland is a 2005 graduate of Bluestone High School and he has been teaching at his alma mater for ten years now, so the passion to make Bluestone Athletics …

The Bluestone High School football team’s two-game winning streak came to a screeching halt on Friday with a 43-7 loss to visiting Amelia.

The Bluestone Barons’ JV volleyball team fell to Randolph-Henry on Thursday, Oct. 10, on the road. The Lady Barons fell in straight sets, with the score being 25-27 for both sets. Grace Newcomb served three aces and posted 13 digs, seven assists and three kills. Cassidy Newcomb served three …

Bluestone High School picked up a sweet 20-8 win over Randolph-Henry on Friday night.

CLARKSVILLE - On September 26, 2019, Ken Catlett of Merifield Acres was inducted into the Manchester High School (Richmond, Va) Lancers Sports Hall of Fame. He was among five other athletes and an entire girls softball team to be inducted into the “hall” this year. 

The Bluestone High School football team broke through in a big way on Friday, recording its first win of the season on the road by shutting out Cumberland 39-0. The Barons racked up 413 offensive yards in the process, including 368 rushing yards, while shutting out the Dukes for the second c…

Bluestone High School’s football team fell 44-6 on the road at Central of Lunenburg on Friday in its James River District opener.

CLARKSVILLE- The 34th renewal of the Marvin L. Crowder Two-Ball Golf Tournament was played at Kinderton Country Club last Saturday and Sunday with 74 two-man teams taking part in the two day event with plenty of excitement and good play on the golf course and even off the course itself.

CLARKSVILLE - The Bluestone Middle School Trojans opened the 2019 season with a new coach at Kinderton Country Club last Wednesday with a non-district match against the Halifax County Lions.

Basketball has been a mainstay in the lives of brothers Keldon and Kaleb Johnson since they were 5-years-old. Both were standouts at Park View Middle and Park View High School before transferring to prep schools to further their basketball careers.

CLARKSVILLE -The 2019 Kinderton Country Club Championships were played last weekend (August 3rd and 4th) at the club. Thirty-nine men and seven woman participated in the two- day 36 hole event.

CLARKSVILLE- The Brunswick Ponytails All-Stars defeated the Clarksville Ponytails All-Stars 11-0 in the finals of the Ponytails tournament last Wednesday to win the Virginia District 1 Ponytails played at Shaver Field in Clarksville.

SKIPWITH - The Goochland Bulldogs boys’ soccer team edged the Bluestone Barons 2-1 last Monday eve- ning at Bluestone in a very close match.

Brendan King, (C) senior catcher for the Bluestone Barons baseball team, is shown signing a  Letter of Intent to attend Alderson Broaddus University in Philippi, West Virginia to continue his education and play baseball for the Battlers baseball team. Others in the picture are front (L-R) Ja…