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The Boys Basketball team celebrate their impressive, season-opening win.
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B-CC Wrestling Team watches the match from the bench.
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Senior Abigail Geyer shakes hands with Maryland Governor, Wes Moore, while visiting the State House as a member of B-CCs Chamber Singers.
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Swim and Dive have many more opportunities this season to come out on top.
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Barons defeated Whitman rivals on Dec. 1.
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In a heated rivalry game, the Barons Ice Hockey team faced Walt Whitman High School on Friday, Dec. 1, at Rockville Ice Arena. B-CC jumped out...

Several students noticed an increased police presence in the parking lot and in the hallways on Friday morning.
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On Dec. 8, MCPS was alerted through the Safe Schools Maryland tip line of a possible threat against B-CC High School by a student with a weapon....

Next Up, States for B-CC Cross Country

On Saturday, Nov. 2, B-CC Cross Country outraced much of the competition in the 4A Regional Championship at Fort Washington Park.
Nathaniel Seaman
B-CC boys warm up.

On Saturday, Nov. 2, B-CC Cross Country outraced much of the competition in the 4A Regional Championship at Fort Washington Park. Coming off an impressive performance in counties, the Barons kept up their momentum, with the girls placing first and the boys placing third. 

Girls Cross Country dominated in regionals with the top four finishers all coming from B-CC. Junior Sophie Harjes, Junior Ani Bailin, Freshman Nya Stoian, and Sophomore Aubrey Green all finished within the top 4. Harjes was the first-place finisher with a time of 19:55. The girls ran away with the victory with a score of 17, 27 points ahead of any other school. 

The boys also performed well with four top twelve finishers. Senior Hunter Whitten finished fourth coming in at 16:27. Junior Caden Felten also finished within the top 10. 

The Barons have the State Championship this Saturday, Nov. 11, at Hereford High School. B-CC is allowed to send seven boys and seven girls to compete. For the girls, B-CC is sending Senior Morgan Kirsch, Juniors Sophie Harjes and Ani Bailin, Sophomores Lilah Rich and Aubrey Green, and Freshmen Nya Stoian and Ava Summerfield. For the boys, Seniors Paolo Mantassas, Hunter Whitten, and Lucas Cheplo, Junior Caden Felten, and Sophomores Daniel Skendaj, Donavan Hicks, and Michael Habib will all run. When asked about the opportunity to race at states, Cheplo shared, “I am excited to get the chance to represent my school in the state championship!”

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Cam Rosen, Staff Reporter
Proud graduate of Adis Israel pre-school along with Bennett Galper. Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School dropout. I am achieving my goal of becoming the greatest sports writer of all time through my thorough research on the bocce team. But when my director thinks I'm worthy enough, he moves me up to reporting on golf.
Nathaniel Seaman, Section Director
Nat is a B-CC senior and is reprising his role as section director of art and photography for the second year in a row. In his free time, Nat enjoys boxing, reading and photography.

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