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WEEK 8: Your High School Football Scores

WEEK 8: Your High School Football Scores

Perry - 21
Veterans - 17
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Swainsboro - 9
Washington Co.- 49
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Dodge Co. - 14
Thomson - 21
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Fitzgerald - 42
Berrien - 18
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Upson-Lee -
Riverdale -
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Rutland - 21
Mary Persons - 31
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Johnson Co. - 22
Treutlen - 13
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Wilcox Co. - 33
Clinch Co. - 7
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Turner Co. -
Telfair Co. -
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Montgomery Co. - 7
Wheeler Co. - 55
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Northside - 35
Jones Co. - 0
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Westfield - 7
Deerfied - 28
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Trinity-Sharpsburg - 47
Tattnall - 21
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Westminster Christian - 14
Mt. de Sales - 40
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WEEK 6: Football Friday Night Highlights

Here are your Football Friday Night highlights for October 5:

Baldwin Vs. Rutland

Veterans Vs. Howard

Northeast Vs. Lamar

Houston Co. Vs. Northside

West Laurens Player will Suit up for Army Bowl


This year's U.S. Army All-American bowl will feature two big time playmakers from Central Georgia.

On Wednesday, soldiers marched into the West Laurens Auditorium to recognize Johnny O'Neal.

The linebacker has already racked up some impressive statistics this year for the Raiders.

His coach Stacy Nobles rattled them off for us.

"Johnny in our first five games he has 49 tackles, 36 solos, 27 assists and sixteen tackles for loss. Sixteen tackles for loss in five games is pretty impressive," Nobles bragged.

O'Neal will take his talents to the west coast this winter to play in the prestigious Army All-American Bowl. The group visited the campus today to make a big deal about O'Neal's accomplishment.

The senior who has already signed with Georgia says he had butterflies with all of the attention.

Concussions: The Hard-Hitting Facts

In many sports, the harder the hit, the louder the fans yell, but sometimes the outcome of a big blow isn't something to cheer about, like a concussion.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that one out of every ten athletes in a contact sport will get a concussion each season.

They also estimate that 3.8 million concussions happen each year in the United States with around 70% of them going undiagnosed.

When many people think of concussions, football automatically comes to mind, but women's soccer is the second leading sport for the brain injury.

When the brain moves around inside your head and hits the walls of your skull, that's when a concussion can happen.

It doesn't always take a big blow to do the trick either. Purdue University researchers found that a series of smaller hits can have the same result.

And most happen without the athlete ever losing consciousness.

BCHS Competition Cheerleaders Win West Laurens Raider Rumble

BCHS Competition Cheerleaders Win West Laurens Raider Rumble

Down to 13 girls due to injuries, BCHS did the best with what they had as they won the AA division of West Laurens Raider Rumble held Saturday at West Laurens High School. 

They were able to max out scores for areas such as tumbling and were given credit for level of difficulty in stunts. 

Bleckley returns to action in two weeks at Peachtree Ridge High School.

East Laurens Middle School Softball Game Rescheduled

East Laurens Middle School Softball Game Rescheduled

Bleckley County Middle School's home softball finale versus East Laurens has been rescheduled for September 24 at 4:30 p.m. 

Royals Fall to West Laurens in Home Opener

Royals Fall to West Laurens in Home Opener

Tavon Ross had a 60-yard touchdown run on the opening play of Friday's home opener versus West Laurens.  It would prove to be the only highlight.  Bleckley's defense would make several stops including a fourth and goal from the two as time expired.

The Raiders tied the game on a short touchdown run with 11:55 left in the fourth.  Ti'Jea Randall picked up BC's first first down of the game on a run to their 46.  Dre Pitts made a diving catch on the 28 with 3 seconds left.  A 45-yard field goal attempt was short. 

The game went into overtime.  Both teams would start at the 15.  WLHS connected on a 29-yard field goal.  Bleckley fumbled on their first play to end the game 10-7.  The Royals, who held West Laurens to 173 total yards, were held to 106 yards.  Ross had 54 of those yards on seven carries.

Bleckley is off until September 21 when they host Dodge County.  Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.