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BCHS basketball all region selections.

Two Lady Royals basketball players received all region honors.  Jalexia Taylor was a first team selection.  Trinity Glover was an honorable mention.  For the Royals, Amarion Blackshear made first team.  Omari Jackson, Shon Jenkins, and Ethan Hulsey were honorable mentions.

Cheerleaders finish state runner up.

Cheerleaders finish state runner up.

Though finishing second place to Dodge County stung, especially by two points, it was the best finish since 2004-05 for BCHS as they bought home a state runner up trophy.  Read more here.

Third time's the charm as Barons win region title.

Third time's the charm as Barons win region title.

After tough losses in two straight MGMSAA title games, the Barons broke through in defeating East Laurens 44-37 Thursday afternoon.  Read more here.

Middle, high school cheerleaders win region.

Middle, high school cheerleaders win region.

It was a big weekend for both the BCMS and BCHS cheerleaders as both squads won region.  BCMS won their first region title since 2017 Friday night at West Laurens.  Coverage can be found here.

 

BCHS won region for the first time since 2014 Saturday morning in Vidalia.  Read more about it here.

Three athletes sign letters of intent.

Three athletes sign letters of intent.

Three BCHS athletes signed their collegiate letters of intent to continue their sports at the next level in a ceremony held in the high school auditorium held Wednesday afternoon. Ty Cranford became the second Royal golfer (joining Brooke Krieg) to sign with Truett McConnell University. Christa Hall signed to run cross country at Central Georgia Technical College. Willie Harris signed to play football at Gardner Webb University.

Cheerleaders have another solid day on the mat.

Cheerleaders have another solid day on the mat.

Though not a perfect routine, BCHS had an overall good day in finishing first at the Panther Prowl Cheer Classic in Perry.  Read more here.

Cheerleaders have solid return after long layoff.

Cheerleaders have solid return after long layoff.

Though not perfect, BCHS had an overall good day at the Eagle Classic, their first competition in nearly a month, despite limited practice time because of quarantine and illness issues.  Read more here.