Indians Split Three Team Doubleheader

The Stephens County Indians baseball team split a doubleheader on Saturday in Habersham County. In game one, the Indians banged out 13 hits and got great pitching from Gabe White to roll to an 11-0 win over Rabun County in 5 innings. White pitched a complete game shutout allowing just 3 hits, striking out seven while walking just one. The […]

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Indians Advance in State Playoffs

The Stephens County Indians boys basketball team advances in the AAAA State Playoffs. The Indians led visiting Troup County by as many as 19 points, and by 14 points headed to the final quarter, but held off a furious Tiger comeback to come away with a 62-59 win Friday night at Currahee Arena. Stephens County never trailed in the game […]

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Indians Host State Playoff Tonight

The Stephens County Indians boys basketball team will play host in the 1st round of the AAAA State Playoffs tonight at Currahee Arena. The Indians are the #2 seed from Region-8 and will host the #3 seed from Region-5 Troup County. The Tigers are 17-9 this season and led by senior JaQuavo McFarland who was named to the All-Region team. […]

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8 Indian wrestlers place at sectional tournament

The Stephens County Indian wrestling team had 8 wrestlers place at the sectional wrestling tournament held this past Saturday at West Laurens.  They will be competing in the GHSA state tournament this week in Macon. Athena Malek (girls division) 1st; McKayla Adams (girls division) 2nd; Chris Whisent 3rd @ 120 pounds; Nikko Beady 3rd @ 145 pounds; Trey Blackwell 7th @ 160 pounds; Bailey […]

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Walker signs with Reinhardt University

A Stephens County Indian will be headed to Reinhardt University this fall to play football. Garrison Walker held a signing ceremony Monday afternoon to announce he is going to Reinhardt, a Division 2 NAIA school in Waleska, Georgia. Garrison is the son of Gary and Sabrina Walker.  He was a 3-year starter for the Indians, playing offensive guard and defensive tackle; […]

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Three Indian Football Players Sign with Schools

Three Stephens County Indian football players signed letters of intent on national signing day on Wednesday. Michael Seay , son of Clinton and Kathy Murray, signed with the Georgia Knights Prep Academy in Snellville, Georgia.  Michael played offensive lineman and lettered 4 years on the varsity, started his junior and senior years, and was a 2-time All-Region selection.  His goal […]

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Indians Tie in Season Opener

It is not something that you typically say after a baseball season opener…tie. The Stephens County Indians and the highly ranked Flowery Branch Falcons played a seven inning tie Monday night at Flowery Branch. With the foggy, rainy weather conditions, both coaches agreed to end the game after the 7 complete innings and not take the game to extra innings. […]

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SCMS Boys Soccer Notches Win

The Stephens County Middle School Rebels Boys soccer team defeated Elbert County Thursday night 2-1. Cohen Anderson and Jackson Moore each scored a goal, and Colton Bartmas and Wesley Vickers both had assists. Huntley Ward and TJ Everett led the defense. The Rebels Boys soccer team improves to 1-1 on the season. The SCMS girls’ soccer team tied Elbert 1-1. […]

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Indians Advance to Region-8 Final

The Stephens County Indians boys basketball team broke open a tie game in the 4th quarter and held on for a 55-52 win over Madison County in the Region-8 AAAA semi-final Thursday night at Currahee Arena. With the win the Indians advance to the Region final tonight against St. Pius, and secured a home first round game in next weeks […]

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