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Baldwin Braves Basketball Team Heading to State Finals



The Baldwin Braves Basketball Team has truly shown that perseverance and hard work can lead to great success. Our undefeated basketball team secured yet another win Saturday night in the Georgia High School Association 4A State Playoffs against the McDonough High School Warhawks. After the win, thunderous cheers echoed throughout the gym! Our Baldwin Braves are now heading to the state finals and a chance to win the State Championship. The tournament will take place at the Macon Centreplex Coliseum, Wednesday, March 10th starting at 7:30 PM. General admission tickets are $15 plus fees. To purchase tickets click on the following link: GHSA High School Basketball. The event venue will be accepting MOBILE TICKETS ONLY! Patrons will not be able to enter without a barcode preloaded. Please assure you have a barcode SAVED upon arrival to the building. Your tickets will not be available for print or emailed to you.


Spectators MUST wear face coverings and maintain social distance at all times while in the arena. Everyone who enters the venue will be subject to a temperature check with a noncontact infrared forehead thermometer at the entrance upon arrival. There will be a clear bag policy in place. Each patron will be limited to (1) CLEAR BAG with maximum dimensions of 12 high x 6 deep x 12 wide; and (1) small handheld clutch purse or zipped wallet no larger than 8.5 x 5.5. No other bags will be allowed inside the venue. Get your ticket and come support our Baldwin Braves as they embark on a history-making journey to the championship.




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