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Mustangs open home season
Fall by wide margin
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By CAMERON ROSS - Special to the Bulletin

A lively crowd welcomed the Martinsville Mustangs for opening night at Hooker Field.

After a rain plagued the team’s opener in Forest City, North Carolina, the Mustangs played host to the Asheboro Copperheads. Even with all of the energy surrounding the opening of the season, the Mustangs could not produce enough offense against the Copperheads, losing 14-2.

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Patrick County's softball team moves on to Conf. 32 Championship
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By CARA COOPER - Bulletin Sports Writer

In Cave Spring’s first game of the Conference 32 softball tournament Tuesday, they scored 12 runs. Wednesday night against Patrick County, Cougar’s pitcher Cassidy Largen didn’t allow them to score any.

Largen allowed only one hit in seven innings to help lead the Cougars to a 2-0 win at home in the Conference semifinals.

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Bengals upset by Fleming

By CHRIS PRIDE - Bulletin Sports Writer

Following his team’s 3-1 loss Wednesday to William Fleming in the Conference 24 semifinals, Bassett boys soccer coach Larry Wylie had only one thing to say: “Speed kills.”

The Bengals faced the quickest team they’ve seen all season, according to Wylie, and over the course of 80 minutes, the home team simply ran out of gas.

William Fleming senior Moore Dolue scored a pair of second-half goals, advancing the Colonels to the conference championship match Friday at Jefferson Forest, who was a 2-1 winner over E.C. Glass in the other semifinal.

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AREA ROUNDUP: Bengals fall on diamond


Bassett was able to clip E.C. Glass at home at the end of the regular season, but the Bengals could not replicate the feat in Wednesday’s second round game of the Conference 24 playoffs in Lynchburg.

Glass eliminated Bassett 5-0 behind four unearned runs.

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