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                          The Bladen County Athletic Department                            consists of middle and high school athletics. 

Our middle schools particpate in the Bladen 5 Conference which consist of our five middle schools: Bladenboro Middle, Clarkton School of Discovery, East Arcadia Elementary, Elizabethtown Middle, and Tar Heel Middle.  Students in our middle schools can play the following sports:

·     Football

·     Soccer (Co-Ed)

·     Baseball

·     Softball

·     Basketball (Girls & Boys)

·     Volleyball

·     Cheerleading

Our two high schools, East Bladen and West Bladen, compete in the 3A/2A Waccamaw Conference that includes the following schools: West Brunswick, Whiteville, South Brunswick, North Brunswick, and South Columbus.  Sports offered in our High Schools are:

·     Football

·     Basketball (Girls & Boys)

·     Tennis

·     Soccer

·     Baseball

·     Softball

·     Volleyball

·     Golf

·     Track (Girls & Boys)

·     Cheerleading

 Middle School Athletic Directors

 

Bladenboro Middle - Steve Thurman  910-863-3232

Clarkton School of Discovery - Heather Thompson  910-647-6531

East Arcadia Elementary - Sharon McDowell  910-669-2390

Elizabethtown Middle - Reece Lancaster  910-862-4071

Tar Heel Middle - Andrew Clark 910-862-2475

 

High School Athletic Directors

 

East Bladen High - Patty Evers  910-645-2500

West Bladen High - Kim Cain  910-862-2130

 

Athletics in Bladen County are part of our educational community that educates the entire child. Sportsmanship is one of our most sought after attributes which characterize generosity and genuine concern for others on and off the playing field.  Playing fair takes the victory without gloating or the lose of defeat without complaint.  Utilizing self control, being courteous and accepting outcomes displays proper ethical behavior by exhibiting good character which enables us to do the right thing. We ask all in attendance (Parents, Fans, Players,and Coaches) to show respect for the opposing team at all times and to know and appreciate the skills of the opposing team. Student athletes are expected to respect responsibilities and privileges of representing their schools and the district at all times by being a good role model and accepting victory and defeat with pride and compassion.  

 

 



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    Valerie Newton,
    Sep 11, 2017, 10:56 AM
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    Valerie Newton,
    Sep 11, 2017, 10:56 AM