SCHS Hoops Splits At Hart Co.

The Stephens County Indians broke open a seven-point halftime lead, outscoring Hart County 24-3 in the third quarter, and routed the Bulldogs 74-44 Tuesday night in Hartwell. Hart County scored the first seven points of the game and led by four at the end of the first quarter, but the Indians took the lead midway through the second quarter and […]

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SCMS Boys Split With Elbert Co.

The Stephens County 7th grade boys basketball team drops another close game. On Monday evening, the Rebels lost to Elbert County, 50-41. Darrell Hampton led the 7th grade Rebel boys with 21 points. Zatorian Lacy added 10 points for Stephens County. Trey Burton led Elbert with 21 points. Stephens County was only down by two entering the fourth quarter, but […]

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SCHS Puts Two On All-Region Cheer Team

Two Stephens County High School competition cheerleaders receive recognition at the region level. Monday, the Region 8-AAAA competition cheerleading team was announced. Earning all-region honors from Stephens County were McKinley Bennett and Mallorie Colwell. Region 8-AAAA competition cheerleading champion North Oconee led all schools in the region with eight representatives on the all-region team. St. Pius had six and Jefferson […]

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SCMS Girls Hoops Teams Sweep Elbert Co.

The Stephens County Middle School girls’ basketball teams pick up two more wins. In the 7th grade game Monday, Stephens County beat Elbert County, 23-2. Manisha Colbert scored 10 points and Kayla Smith added eight points. Moving to the 8th grade girls’ game, Stephens County beat Elbert County, 45-5. Tynajiah Eades scored 15 points to lead the Stephens County 8th […]

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Smith Signs With Brenau

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Another Stephens County High School softball player signs to play collegiately. Karly Smith signed on Friday to play softball at Brenau University in Gainesville next year. Smith says she looked at a number of colleges to play at and also considered Truett-McConnell and Shorter. However, she said Brenau is where she feels the most comfortable. “I just felt like when […]

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Indian Basketball Finishes Up Busy Weekend

It was a busy weekend for the Stephens County High School basketball teams. First on Friday, Stephens County traveled to Seneca, S.C. for a varsity double header. In the girls’ game, Seneca took control early, led by Anne LeRoy’s 10 point first period, to cruise to a 52-27 win over the Lady Indians. LiLi Walker led the Lady Indians with […]

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SCMS 7th Grade Boys Fall to Franklin Co.

Stephens County Middle School’s 7th grade boys’ basketball team drops a road game. Thursday, the 7th grade Rebel boys lost to Franklin on the road by the score of 42-25. Franklin County outscored Stephens County in every quarter on the way to the win. The leading scorer for the Rebels was Kumali Perry with nine points. Isaiah Harris and Darrell […]

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SCMS Girls Hoops Sweep Franklin Co.

Another night brings two more wins for the Stephens County Middle School girls’ basketball teams. First on Thursday, the Stephens County 7th grade girls defeated Franklin County, 25-21. Kayla Smith led the scoring with 10 points and Manisha Colbert scored six points for the Lady Rebels. Moving to the 8th grade girls’ game, Stephens County beat Franklin County, 47-19. 11 […]

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SCMS 7th Grade Boys Fall to Hart Co.

The Stephens County Middle School 7th grade boys’ basketball team drops a game to Hart County. Tuesday in Hartwell, the Rebel 7th grade boys lost to Hart County, 48-29. Hart County built much of its lead in the second quarter, outscoring Stephens County in that quarter, 18-6. Zatorian Lacy led Stephens County with 10 points, while Marques Tukes added six […]

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