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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.

BCMS boys basketball to host playoff semifinal.

The BCMS boys basketball team will host a region semifinal against J.R. Trippe February 9 at 4:30 pm.  If the Barons win, they'll host the winner of Dodge County and East Laurens for the region title.

Squads, fans enjoyed a chance to be at home.

Squads, fans enjoyed a chance to be at home.

The first ever "Battle at the Kingdom" provided something the BCMS and BCHS cheer squads as well as their fans hadn't gotten to enjoy very much. A chance to perform and watch the squads perform, at home.  Read more here.

Registration for spring baseball, softball open at rec. department.

Registration for spring T-Ball, baseball and softball is open now at the Cochran Bleckley Rec. Department through February 17. Cost is $55 and is open to ages 4-12. Boys age control date is May 1, girls August 1. Click here to register. Also, if you’re interested in umpiring baseball or umpire certification, call (478)934-3225.

Registration open for "basketball boot camp" at rec. department.

The Cochran Bleckley Recreation Department and BCHS basketball will hold a free "basketball" boot camp at the rec. department January 16 from 10 am-noon.  Participants will learn fundamnetlas such as dribbling, passing, and shooting from current BC players and coaches.  Register by calling (478)934-3225 or by emailing abrandcbrd@gmail.com

Registration open for youth 3v3 basketball leagues at rec. department.

Registration is open for basketball at the Cochran Bleckley Rec. Department now through January 28.  All leagues will play 3v3.  Cost is $55.  Registration can be done online at cbrdrecreation.com or at the rec. department with a check, credit, or debit card.  Call (478)934-3225 or email abrandcbrd@gmail.com for more info.

Even in a pandemic, it's been a good year for local sports.

Though COVID-19 cancelled spring sports, summer and fall had plenty of good things happening on the fields as well as the cross country courses.  Read more here.