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2017 Powderpuff Rules Meeting and Info

Posted by Beech High School at Sep 18, 2017 4:26PM PDT

There will be a mandatory meeting for all 4 classes powderpuff coaches on Wednesday Sept 20 during skinny block. If your coaches do not show lup your team will forfeit its first round game in the tournament.

We will go over the information from the Florida State University Intramural Dept on flag football rules and regulations thru their video – (watch from 3:45 to 21:25) for the main stuff. We will adapt a few of the rules for our situation here at BHS.

You will also be given a handout of the rules to help you when you practice.

Football Bucs destroy Hunters Lane 55-7

Posted by Beech High School at Sep 17, 2017 7:13PM PDT

Piling up 522 yards of total offense, the Bucs led 35-0 at half and essentially the game was over. This game was the second in which backups got a lot of playing time which will be very beneficial later in the year when they may need to play a bigger role. SR QB Nelson Smith tossed a pair of touch down passes in the contest, both in the 28 point second quarter. Dyilin Hoosier hauled in a 13 yard TD pass and Davis Ward grabbed a 15 yard throw for scores.

In the first quarter the Bucs methodically drove down and Heath Crabtree cashed in from 2 yards out to make it 7-0. The Bucs finished off a first quarter drive at 11:12 with the Smith to Hoosier TD pass. Then just a minute later, Sr DB Ty Dean picked off a pass and took it 41 yards to the HOUSE to give the Bucs a 21-0 lead. After a quick 3 and out by Hunters Lane Chaz Williamson scored on a 1 yard plunge to make it 28-0. Williamson carried twice for 54 yards and a TD.

The Smith to Ward TD connection closed out the first half scoring at the 2:42 mark and a 35-0 halftime lead. The second half saw many 2nd and 3rd teamers see action.
Ja’Sean Parks carried 8 times for 108 yards and a 2 TD’s in the second half to lead the Bucs. Sr. Kaemon Dunlap saw limited action but carried 6 times for 67 yards.
Hunters Lane scored on a 91 yard interception return for their only score. Final: Bucs 55 HL 7

Next Friday the Bucs travel to Springfield and play the Yellow Jackets at 7pm. The Jackets lost to White House 16-14 last Friday.


The Lady Bucs travelled to Springfield tonight to play a District 9AA match with the Yellow Jackets of SHS. At the half, the Lady Bucs held a 4-0 advantage as the Bucs were the lucky recipient of an own goal scored by Springfield to give the Bucs the early 1-0 lead. Jana Claire Swafford, Jill Fuqua and Macy Croft all hit the back of the net to put the game away essentially against an undermanned Jacket squad.

The second half saw Fuqua get her second goal of the game to start things off. Senior GK, Savannah Jarrett, got some field time and scored the 6th goal and Mia Dean finished things off at 7-0. The Lady Bucs unbeaten streak is now at 6 games as they improve to 7-3-1 and 3-0 in 9AA. Coach Cooke added, “good game by the girls tonight… Feels good to be 3-0 in the district and just want to push them to continue to get better for a big district game next week against Greenbrier.”

The Lady Bucs will host Greenbrier on Tuesday at 6pm at Nathan Johnson Stadium.
Wednesday the Lady Bucs will travel to Gallatin to take on the Green Wave at 4pm in a makeup game from a rainout a week ago.
The BIG 9AA showdown with White House is September 26 at NJS 7pm

October 21: Wrestling hosts CORNHOLE TOURNEY

Posted by Beech High School at Sep 13, 2017 10:56AM PDT

On October 21 the Wrestling team will have a Corn Hole Tournament and Silent Auction in the BHS Annex Gym starting at 10:30am. The Silent Auction will begin at 11am.
The cost is $50 per team/$25 individual
Prizes: $250 Gift Card and a custom set of corn hole boards

The tournament will begin with pool play. The winner of each pool will advance to the Championship Bracket

We will also be selling concessions. Drinks, Grilled Items, Candy, and Chips

Come down on Oct. 21 and have some fun and help BHS Wrestling!!

Lady Buc Volleyball slams door on Gallatin

Posted by Beech High School at Sep 13, 2017 9:00AM PDT

Set 1: BHS 25-22
Set 2: BHS 25-22
Set 3: BHS 25-10

Chloee McDaniel led the team in kills from the middle in all three sets, followed by Annclaire McGee with seven kills from the right side and in back row attacks. Elizabeth Epley and Allyson Grava both defended the net with four big blocks. The girls played aggressively and controlled the court for all three sets.

The team travels to Station Camp on Thursday for a 5pm match with the Bison.