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Five BC Cheerleaders among GCCA top 30.

Five BCHS cheerleaders are among 30 in classes 1A through 4A chosen as finalist for the Georgia Cheerleading Coaches Association Cheerleader of the Year. Each nominee had to have a minimum 3.5 GPA and be able to tumble. The nomination process consisted of an essay and two letters of recommendation. The five finalists are: Abbi Belflower, Abigail Kirkland, Caroline Pittman, Jayda James, and Shy Chambers. Tryouts for the All State Squad, which will consist of an interview and exhibition, will be August 1. Details are still being finalized.

Local travel baseball teams bring home trophies.

Local travel baseball teams bring home trophies.

A pair of Bleckley-based travel baseball teams had good weekends on the diamond.  Bleckley Bullets 10u went undefeated over the weekend at RBI Tournaments "Firecracker Blowout" in Cumming, finishing first.  Crew Baseball finished second in the 7u division of an Out of the Park tournament played in Forsyth.

Brown to continue soccer career at LaGrange College.

BCHS midfielder Anna Brown signed a collegiate letter of intent to play with LaGrange College Tuesday. The news was reported via 13 WMAZ's Marvin James. Brown was a three-time first team selection to the 3-AA All Region Team.

BCHS defensive back Williams to play for Asa Miami.

Ty Williams, a senior defensive back for the Royals, will continue his football career at Asa Miami College. Williams made the announcement Friday via Twitter. He was an honorable mention on this year's 3-AA All Region Team.

BCMS named "Capturing Kids Hearts" National Showcase School.

The Flip Flippen Group announced Friday that BCMS was one of three schools in Georgia to be named a "National Showcase School" for using the "Capturing Kids Hearts" processes.  Click here for more.

Former Lady Royal Brown commits to SMU.

Former BCHS basketball player Jahnaria Brown announced via Twitter Sunday night her commitment to Southern Methodist University. Brown racked up several accomplishments while playing two years at Georgia Highlands College. They include first team all conference both years, GCAA Women's D1 Freshman of the Year, and Women's Basketball Coaches Association All American. She averaged 13.4 points and 8.7 rebounds this season.

"Royal Family" working to ensure students get fed.

"Royal Family" working to ensure students get fed.

In many Tweets, superintendent Dr. Steve Smith has referenced the "Royal Family." A look at volunteers helping out with school feeding during the COVID-19 shutdown was a demonstration of what he meant. Click here to view photos.