Indian Wrestling Team Takes Third in N.C. Tourney

The Stephens County High School wrestling team pulls in another top-three tournament finish. This past Saturday, the Indian wrestlers finished third at a tournament in Cherokee, North Carolina. Only Dawson County in second place and Walhalla in first place topped Stephens County in the team standings. On the individual level, Jake Murray won the 132-pound weight class. Taking second place […]

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SCHS Hoops Split With Hart

The Stephens County Lady Indians beat Hart County for the third time this year. Saturday night at home, Stephens County outscored the Lady Bulldogs 20-13 in the fourth quarter to pull away and win 52-44. The Lady Indians previously beat Hart in a non-region game on the road last month and also in the second round of last month’s Christmas […]

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SCHS Splits Close Games At Rabun Co.

The Stephens County Lady Indians hang on late and win a back-and-forth thriller in Tiger. Friday night, the Lady Indians beat Rabun County 39-37 in non-region play. Rabun County’s Savanna Scott, who led all scorers with 21 points, missed a shot at the buzzer that would have sent the game into overtime. Kentasia Trimier and Emily Mote each had eight […]

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SCHS Basketball On Road To Start 2015 Tonight

The Stephens County High School basketball teams get 2015 started on the road tonight. The Indians and Lady Indians will make the trip to Tiger to take on Rabun County in a non-region game. Both Stephens County teams participated in the McDonald’s Shootout in Hartwell this past week. The Lady Indians went 1-2 during the tournament. They lost to Lowndes […]

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All-State Football Teams Announced

Two Stephens County Indian football players achieve all-state recognition from Georgia sports writers. Recently, the Georgia Sports Writers Association announced its all-state football teams in each classification. Stephens County’s Ben Cleveland was named to the First Team Defense as a Defensive Lineman. Meanwhile, quarterback Mason Long received Honorable Mention All-State Recognition from the Georgia Sports Writers Association. Region 8-AAAA was […]

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SCHS Hoops Splits With Hart Co.

The Stephens County Lady Indians pull away late to beat Hart County in non-region basketball action. Tied at 38 entering the fourth quarter, the Lady Indians went on an 11-1 run to start the quarter on their way to a 60-49 win over the Lady Bulldogs Monday in Hartwell. Stephens County’s girls outscored Hart 22-11 overall in the final eight […]

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SCMS Basketball Update

In middle school basketball action from last Friday, Stephens County played Madison County. In the 7th grade girls’ game, Stephens County won 18-16 over Madison County. Brooklyn Deshazer had 10 points to lead the Lady Rebels. Meanwhile, the Stephens County Middle School 8th grade boys lost to Madison County by a score of 32-25. That loss drops the 8th grade […]

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Indian Wrestlers Continue Strong Start

Stephens County High School’s wrestling team continues its strong start to the season. Earlier this week, the Indian wrestlers competed in a dual meet with Seneca and Westside High Schools out of South Carolina. The Indians ran their season dual meet record to 5-1. They defeated Westside, 39-28 and host Seneca, 36-33. Indian Wrestling Coach Rob Stowe says they were […]

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