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BCMS girls win MGMSAA title.

BCMS girls win MGMSAA title.

The Lady Barons basketball team won the MGMSAA title Saturday afternoon, defeating East Laurens 48-43.  It's the second title in four seasons for Bleckley and also avenges a finals loss to the Lady Falcons last season.  Shalan Nelson scored 23 points for BC.  They finished this season with a 16-1 record.

BCHS girls upend Dodge for 3-AA title.

BCHS girls upend Dodge for 3-AA title.

Second seed Bleckley defeated the top seeded Dodge County Squaws 64-57 for the 3-AA title Saturday night at Dublin High School.  Fellisia Young led with 18 points.  Jahnaria Brown and Kiziya Elvine added 11 points each.

Also Saturday, the Royals won their consolation game against Southwest Macon 72-50.  Torenio Davis had 28 points.  Willie Taylor scored 12 points with Nykeem Farrow adding 10.

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Bleckey's Taylor signs with Washington State.

Bleckey's Taylor signs with Washington State.

Willie Taylor signed his letter of intent and became a member of the Washington State Cougars football team Wednesday afternoon in the media center.  Taylor is the second player in the past three years to sign with a Division I NCAA program following Tavon Ross' signing with Missouri in 2014.  

As a free safety for the Royals, he had 86 tackles and four interceptions.  He also caught 19 passes for 232 yards and six touchdowns.  On being the second player to sign with a DI team, Taylor said "It means a lot."  He rescaled returning to football after skipping his sophomore season saying "I got back on the field and worked hard.  People told me I have a chance.  Working hard earned me a couple of offers."

Miss BCHS Sweetheart crowned at basketball game.

Miss BCHS Sweetheart crowned at basketball game.

Senior Fellisia Young was crowned 2017 Miss Bleckley County High School Sweetheart during halftime of Tuesday's home basketball game versus Veterans High School.  To view this year's court, click here.

BCHS cross country teams recognized at State Capitol.

BCHS cross country teams recognized at State Capitol.

The Bleckley County High School state champion boys and girls cross country teams were the guest of Representative Bubber Epps at the State Capitol Monday.  Both teams were recognized during the daily legislative session and head coach Shelly Cranford spoke briefly.

BCHS athletes recognized for fall sports accomplishments.

Several Bleckley County High School athletes recentely received recognition for their accomplishments this fall. Carl Ellis Corley, the two time AA individual state champion, was a first team selection to the Macon Telegraph All Middle Georgia Cross Country Team.

Taylor Dykes was a second team selection as Designated Player for the All Middle Georgia Softball Team.  Hannah Coulter, Faith Harris, and Jordan Williams were all Honorable Mentions.  Willie Taylor was a first team selection at Defensive Back for the All Middle Georgia Football Team.  He was also an Hononrable Mention on the Atlanta Journal Constitution All State Football Team announced last week.

Busy day of signings at BCHS.

Busy day of signings at BCHS.

It's always special when a high school athlete signs to continue their career at the next level.  Four Bleckley athletes held signing ceremonies Monday and will be continuing their careers in college.

Bronson Sanders signed to run at Gordon State College.  He was a two-time member of the all region cross country team. Sanders also made the all state cross country team in 2015 and placed fifth in the 3200 meter run at the 2016 state track meet.

Cark Ellis Corley signed and will run both cross country and track at Columbus State University.  He won the past two individual state titles in cross country. At the 2016 state track championships, Corley won the 3200 meter run and was state runner up in the 1600 meter run. He'll be a member of the Columbus State cross country and track teams.