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Top finishes for many swimmers

Amaya Figueroa in the freestyle.

Amaya Figueroa in the freestyle.

The Baker Bullets started their YMCA swim season with a strong showings June 15 at the Barco-Newton Y in Fleming Island. Both boys and girls swimmers turned in winning times in the meet.

Ashton Ray, Ashley Jennings, Andrea Clark and Abby Rice swept the girls 50 yard freestyle. Elizabeth Reagan and Kyrie Holman were third and fourth in the Girls 13-14 50 free.

Ethan Knight, Danile Boehm and Joseph Boehm were second, third and fourth in the boys 13-14 50 free. Audri Leis was second in the 11-12, 50 free.

Daniel Westinghouse was third in the boys 50 free.Jordan Knight was first in the 6 and under 25 free and Will Nickles was second in the boys event. Andrea Clark was first and Kate Whitehead third in the girls 100 yard backstroke.

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Volleyball camp at BCHS

Emily Johnson

Emily Johnson

Lady Wildcat volleyball coach Heather Sulkowski’s volleyball camp for rising fifth through ninth graders got underway this week.

Sulkowski allowed two younger campers, Hannah Davis and Elizabeth Kennedy who are 7, and a returning camper in fourth grade, Blakely Mallory, to participate as well.

Former BCHS alumni Logan Raulerson and Tori Paulson are helping out Sulkowski and JV coach Vanessa Roberts. Current Wildcat players are also helping out with the camp.

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Limited space for free swim lessons at Y

Regional YMCAs, including the Baker County Y, will be offering free swim instruction in July to kindergarten through fifth graders on free or reduced school lunch.

Space is limited to 272 children and a Y membership is not required. The registration deadline is June 28.

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Bobcats’ football schedule released

BCMS Bobcat Coach Rock Rhoden has finalized the season schedule and the B’Cats have an exciting seven game lineup for the fall. The Bobcats begin the season with three non-conference games, two of which are on the road. They will then finish off their schedule with four straight conference contests.

The B-Cats will face a stern early season test when they travel to Madison County for the opener on August 27. They stay on the road the following week with a trip to Starke to face Bradford Middle School September 3.

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