SCHS Wrestling Notches Win

The Stephens County High School wrestling team evens its record on the season at 3-3 after an exciting come from behind victory on Tuesday night in Hartwell. Stephens County was down 39-24 with three matches remaining before scoring three straight pins to win the dual, 42-39. Cole Simmons, Nikko Beady, and Jay Stowe collected three straight pins in the final […]

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All-Region Football Announced

Six Stephens County Indian football players achieve first team recognition in Region 8-AAAA. The All-Region team was announced earlier this week. Making first team all-region from Stephens County were tailback A.J. Howard, wide receivers A.J. Curry and Malik Feaster, offensive lineman Logan Pyle, defensive back NuNu Walker, and linebacker London Harbin. A host of Indians received second team all-region recognition. […]

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Indians Split At Rabun in Basketball

Stephens County split a pair of varsity high school basketball games with Rabun County Tuesday night in Tiger. Rabun County’s girls defeated Stephens County, 74-28. But in boys’ action, Stephens County prevailed, 83-64. In the boys’ game, the Indians grabbed the early lead and held a slim 36-29 halftime advantage. However, Stephens County had a good third period holding Rabun […]

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7th Grade Boys Hoops Falls to Jefferson

The Stephens County Middle School 7th grade boys lost to Jefferson on Monday night, 40-13. Zatorian Lacy led the 7th grade boys for Stephens County, scoring 12 of the team’s 13 points. Bryson Trimier scored the other point for the Rebels. Joe Dewitt led Jefferson with eight points. The 7th grade boys are 0-6 and will be back in action […]

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SCMS Girls Hoops Sweeps Jefferson

The Stephens County Middle School girls’ basketball teams pick up another sweep. Monday, the 7th grade girls beat Jefferson, 28-19. Kayla Smith scored 16 points and Erin Terrell scored four points for the Lady Rebels. Moving to the 8th grade game, Stephens County Middle School’s girls beat Jefferson, 45-32. The leading scorer was Breanna Taylor with 14 points. Ranajah Verdell […]

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SCHS Basketball Splits with Seneca, S.C.

Friday night, the Stephens County Indians took on the Seneca Bobcats in both boys’ and girls’ action. In the boys’ game, the Indians dominated the Seneca Bobcats, 60-30. De’Undre Singleton led the Indians with 21 points. He scored 10 of those in the third period to propel Stephens County to the victory. Nunu walked scored 13 points and Ty Nails […]

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SCMS Basketball Faces Madison Co.

The Stephens County Middle School 8th grade girls used a strong first quarter to pick up another win. Friday night, the 8th grade Lady Rebels beat Madison County at home, 53-20. Tynajiah Eades scored 17 points to lead the Lady Rebels, while KeKe Rucker added eight points and Ranajah Verdell scored six points. Meanwhile, the Stephens County Middle School 7th […]

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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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