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BCHS football to scrimmage middle school team August 9.

Bleckley County High School football will scrimmage the BCMS team August 2 inside Royal Stadium at 5:30 pm.  Admission is $5 per person.

Royals football season tickets on sale August 5.

Season tickets for the 2019 BCHS football season will go on sale August 5 in the high school main office. Cost is $40 each. Those who purchased tickets last year should purchase theirs for this season by August 16. Any unsold tickets will then be available on a first come, first serve basis.

Another potentially exciting year for fall sports at BCHS.

A state championship for one sport, a historic finish for another were part of what was an excting fall sports season at Bleckley County High School in 2018.  To read why 2019 might be even better, click here.

Bleckley's Cranford named USTFCCA State Coach of the Year.

Boys assistant track coach Shelly Cranford was named Thursday as the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association state track and field coach of the year. Cranford served as distance coach and assisted in other events on the boys team that won the first state title in school history. As a state winner, he'll be in consideration for the national coach of the year award that will be announced later this month.   Click here for more.

BCHS football, competition cheerleaders selling Little Caesars Pizza Kits.

The Bleckley County High School football and competition squad cheerleaders are selling Little Caesars Pizza Kits as well as bread and desert items.  Click here for more.

Bleckley's Thompson to continue baseball career at South Georgia State.

Another member of the 2019 Royals baseball team will be continuing their career at the next level as Andrew Thompson will joining South Georgia State College this fall. THe announcement came via the team's Twitter Monday night. Thompson started all 40 games for BCHS this season at both catcher and second base. He hit .393 in region play with a .438 OBP.

Former BCHS baseball player announces commitment to Mercer.

Though former BCHS baseball player Chandler Abney had originally committed to Gordon College baseball last year, he would eventually have to quit due to lingering arm soreness from Tommy John Surgery. After taking time off and with his arm feeling better, he recently tried out and was offered a spot on the Mercer University baseball team. Abney announced his commitment to Mercer via social media Monday night.