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Girls fall late, boys routed by Washington County.

Girls fall late, boys routed by Washington County.

Two turnovers in the final 20 seconds cost the Lady Royals while the Royal offense struggled throughout the night in losing by 43 points.  Click here for more.

Basketball teams get first swep of season.

Basketball teams get first swep of season.

The Royals rallied from an eight-point fourth quarter deficit and the Lady Royals used a big third quarter to blow open an eight-point game as BCHS swept Perry Saturday afternoon.  Click here for more.

Basketball teams split games at Dublin.

The Lady Royals got their first win of 2019, 65-62 at Dublin Thursday night.  The Royals lost 45-40.  BCHS hosts Perry tomorow at noon.  Note: varsity boys will play at noon, girls to follow.

BCHS basketball to hold work day at Huddle House, selling raffle tickets for free meals there.

The BCHS boys basketball team will hold a work day at Huddle House December 16 from 5-8 pm. Team members will be on hand to wait on, clean tables. Twenty percent of sales will go to the team. Also, tickets are being sold to win a year's worth of free meals at the Huddle House for $1. The drawing will be December 19. Contact Garrett Collins, garrett_collins@bleckley.k12.ga.us, or call (478)934-6258 to purchase.

Inconsistent play leads to swep at hands of Northeast.

 Inconsistent play leads to swep at hands of Northeast.

Both the Lady Royals and Royals had double digit leads in their games against Northeast Tuesday night. However, neither could capitalize on the advantage.  Click here for more.

Edge named 3-AA Co-Pitcher of the Year.

Edge named 3-AA Co-Pitcher of the Year.

BCHS senior Riley Edge was announced as 3-AA Co-Pitcher of the Year at last night's Lady Royals softball postseason awards banquet held at Ruth Baptist Church.  Click here to read more about the banquet, including other all region selections.

A look at middle, high school, games next week.

With students returning to school Monday, the sports calendar will be full for both BCMS and BCHS.  On December 3, middle school soccer will host J.R. Trippe at 3:30 pm.  Both the boys and girls need wins to make the MGMSAA playoffs.  Eighth grade recognition will take place between games.

 

That same night, BCHS opens region play in basketball at home against Northeast.  December 5, BCMS has their first region basketball games against Jeff Davis at 4 pm.  On December 6, BCHS renews its basketball rivalry with Dublin in Dublin at 6 pm.  It'll be a short turnaround as Bleckley will host Perry High School Saturday at noon.