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Boys’ playoff run ends 9-10 team; finishes 5th in state

Pictured kneeling in front are Jase Knabb (left) and Jordan Rhoden; middle row from left are Weston Johns, Mason Davis, Caleb Combs, Gage Long, Carson Crawford, Cason Milton, Tyce Moore, Landan Hickman, Carson Crawford, Ross Crummey and Justin Brown; in the rear are coaches (from left) Jason Combs, David Crummey and Jason Knabb. Photo by Lea Rhoden.

Pictured kneeling in front are Jase Knabb (left) and Jordan Rhoden; middle row from left are Weston Johns, Mason Davis, Caleb Combs, Gage Long, Carson Crawford, Cason Milton, Tyce Moore, Landan Hickman, Carson Crawford, Ross Crummey and Justin Brown; in the rear are coaches (from left) Jason Combs, David Crummey and Jason Knabb. Photo by Lea Rhoden.

The 9 and 10-year-old Baker County Little League All-Star baseball team finished fifth in the state championship tournament held in Mims, FL last weekend.

The boys were unable to match the success they had when they rolled through the District 11 and Section 3 tournaments earlier this summer, but the team still played well despite going 1-2 during the state tournament.

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All-Stars: 9-10 squad to state; four teams in sectionals

The Little League All-Star tournaments continued last week with four Baker County teams competing in sectional play and one advancing to the state tournament.

The 9 and 10-year-old baseball team has had an exciting run in the tournament thus far, and that didn’t change during the Section 3 tournament in Mims, FL. They cruised to a 16-2 victory over Debary to advance to the championship game against Indian River City.

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Bullets stroke past Winston YMCA

Bullets swimmers prepare to dive in.

Bullets swimmers prepare to dive in.

The Baker Bullets swim team returned to the pool at the Baker County Family YMCA July 13 with an impressive showing against Winston YMCA from Ponte Vedra.

Poor weather prevented the Bullets from practicing through much of the week leading up to the meet, but it didn’t slow the team down. They outscored the Winston Waves 2,659 to 1,084 en route to another victory.

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Summer play boosts competitiveness

Callie Wheeler goes up for the ball.

Callie Wheeler goes up for the ball.

Members of the BCHS volleyball program will get valuable experience this summer as the team plays several games in preparation for the upcoming season.

The summer games got under way July 16 when Baker County hosted a tri-meet.

Both the varsity and junior varsity teams will be in action playing simultaneously. Coach Heather Sulkowski said that summer volleyball is an opportunity for the girls to get used to playing as a group.

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