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BCHS Perspective: Leggings in, tardiness out at high school

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The Press welcomed Baker County High School senior Hannah Rodgers as a columnist this week. The Macclenny resident has experience writing and taking photos for the high school yearbook and hopes to study science at the University of Florida. She holds a 4.0 GPA, is the likely valedictorian of her class and was named BCHS’ Sunshine State Scholar as a junior last year. Ms. Rodgers will be reporting on the happenings and issues on the Baker High campus. She penned her first column on what is new and different on campus this school year. Next she’ll review the Broadway in Baker musical showcase that starts this weekend. Read More »

Lady Cats pull out 58-55 win over West Nassau

Delicia Washington scored a season-high 43 points to help the BCHS Lady Wildcat basketball team erase a 16-point third-quarter deficit on November 18 and claw out a 58-55 home thriller over the West Nassau Lady Warriors.  Read More »

Wildcats lose 21-13 to Westside

The Wildcats committed five turnovers September 26 as they fell to 0-2 in the district with a 21-13 home loss to the Westside Wolverines. Read More »

Cats lost district opener 41-14 at Ribault

Youth and inexperience caught up to the Wildcats September 19 as they lost their District 3-5A opener 41-14 at Ribault to fall to 1-3 overall on the season.

The injury-riddled defense allowed 27 unanswered points in the second half after the game was tied at halftime. The Trojans converted fourth downs on both of their third-quarter scoring drives to extend their lead to 27-14. Two more rushing touchdowns of 52- and 11-yards sealed Ribault’s win in the fourth.

Baker County fought back from a 14-point first-quarter deficit to even the score at halftime. Two Jacob Carter touchdown passes of about 30 yards to Vic Givens and Zach Rafuse tied the game going into the break.

The Wildcats will try to pull to .500 in district play September 26 when they host newly renamed Westside.

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