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First win for new Wildcat coach

Vic-Givens-runs-in-for-the-touchdownTom MacPherson picked up his first win as Wildcat head coach September 5 as the team rolled through the hosting Bradford County Tornadoes 43-7.
“It feels good,” coach MacPherson said about his first victory with his new program. “We were just looking for some momentum for the kids. For the most part, I feel like we were solid in all three phases of the game.”
The Cats dominated all aspects of the game en route to the blow out victory to pull to an even 1-1 record. The offense moved the ball with ease as quarterback Jacob Carter rushed for 110 yards and a touchdown on five carries. Running back Vic Givens added two scores and 39 yards on the ground. Read More »

Strong defense, quick quarterback lead B-cats to win

John-Green-races-away-from-the-defenseThe BCMS Bobcat football team held off a late Lakeside Junior High surge September 3 and escaped with a 12-8 home win in its season opener.
The B-Cats controlled the first three quarters with the help of a dominant defense, and two touchdown runs by quarterback John Green gave the team a 12-0 lead entering the final frame. The defense appeared to have the Gators stuffed on a fourth-down conversion attempt early in the fourth quarter, but an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty gave Lakeside’s offense new life. Lakeside pulled within one score four plays after the penalty with a 6-yard touchdown run and a successful two-point conversion. Read More »

B-Cat girls win 3

P14MSVB2-(109)xxThe BCMS Lady Bobcat volleyball program bounced back from its slow start with the B-team winning two in a row and the A-team picking up its first win in games against Hilliard and Bradford County. Read More »

Runners improve time

The BCHS cross country team competed against 25 other teams September 6 at Ridgeview and several runners posted improved times over last year’s event despite battling the rain and slippery conditions.
The small Wildcat team couldn’t compete points-wise against some of the bigger schools such as Bishop Kenny, Nease and Fleming Island, but first-year coach Pamela Robinson wasn’t concerned with doing so. Instead, she wanted to see strong showings from her runners, which she received. Read More »

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