The BCHS Wildcats recorded their first shut out of the season in a 40-0 road victory over Wolfson to improve their District 3-5A record to 2-1 and move to 4-2 overall.
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The BCHS Wildcats responded to last week’s disappointing loss with their first district win of the season in a 49-10 win over the hosting Forrest Rebels September 27.
The BCHS varsity Wildcats dropped to 3-2 on the season and 0-1 in District 3-5A play in a thrilling 17-9 loss as home to Ribault September 20.
The BCHS Wildcats won their second straight game in blow out fashion with a 52-14 beat down of Crescent City September 13 at Memorial Stadium.
After a tightly contested first quarter that ended with a 7-7 tie, Dalton Dyal gave the Wildcats the lead for good on a two-yard touchdown run. James Carter returned a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown on Crescent City’s next drive to pad the lead.
Michael Boone continued his outstanding season with three receiving and one punt return touchdown.
The 2-1 Wildcats open district play September 20 with a home game against Ribault.
See next week’s edition of The Baker County Press for a full report.