Indians Earn Split with West Hall

The Stephens County Lady Indians broke a 6-game losing streak with a huge win over the West Hall girls Monday night 75- 13. Great defense plus poor play from West Hall kept the Lady Spartans scoreless in the second and third quarters. Stephens County jumped out to a 7 to 0 lead in the opening stanza and never trailed. Lanesia […]

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Indians Split with West Oak

The Stephens County girl’s basketball team dropped a 49-32 decision to the West Oak Girls Friday night at the Currahee Arena. West Oak was led by Reagan Mobley who tallied 19 points. Miley White chipped in with 11 points. Fayeth Ivester led the Lady Indians with 11 points and Carson Stowe had 10 points. West Oak goes on with an […]

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SCHS Wrestlers add wins in road matches last weekend SCHS Wrestlers add wins in road matches last weekend

Stephens County wrestlers were on the road this past weekend, and both the boys and girls teams returned home with multiple checks in the win column.  Friday, the girls competed at the “Fight before Christmas” at Denmark High School in Alpharetta, where six wrestlers placed individually, and the team took third place overall. Siena Malek took first, Emily Harper and […]

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Indians Suffer Winless Weekend

The Habersham Central Raiders swept a doubleheader from the Stephens County Indians basketball teams Saturday afternoon at the Currahee Arena. In the girls’ game, Lady Raiders leading scorer Kyia Barrett topped all scorers with 24 points to lead her team to a 51-42 win. Stephens County had a good effort from Fayeth Ivester who led the Lady Indians with 15 […]

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Indians Get Big Comeback Win Over Blue Devils

The Stephens County boys’ basketball team won an overtime thriller at the Currahee Arena Tuesday night coming from nine points down to defeat the Elbert County Blue Devils 67- 62. The Indians had a nine-point lead at half time, but Elbert County took a commanding lead in the 4th quarter, but the Indians came storming back in the second half […]

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SCHS wrestlers pull six first place finishes at King of the Mountain Tournament

It was a great showing for the Stephens County High School wrestling team Saturday at the “King of the Mountain” wrestling tournament at Towns County High School.  In the varsity division, the following wrestlers placed in their weight classes: In first place, Gabe Sanders (106), Ashton Justice (138), Clark Sanders (175) Averi Kell, Danessa Edmonds and Rakiyah Young. In second place, […]

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Girls wrestling wins big over Dixie High

The Stephens County High School Girls wrestling team had a big win Over Dixie High School Thursday night with a score of 48-24.  Averi Kell, Alexis Holland, Siena Malek, and Emily Harper all pinned their opponents.  The SCHS boys wrestling team won a nail biter over Rabun Gap by the score of 40-39 and fell short against Dixie High School […]

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Indian Boys Win One-Lose One in Weekend Hoops

The Stephens County Indians basketball team suffered their first loss of the season Saturday afternoon at Habersham Central 88-47.  Stephens County only trailed by 3 at the end of the first period but was outscored in the second period 22-7 and could not catch up.  Nuri Winters led the Indians with 19 points.  Habersham’s Enzo Combs led all scorers with 30 points.  The Indians […]

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Toccoa-born Coan Wins More Medals on way to 4th Summer Games

Two years ago, Toccoa’s Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Professional Women of Toccoa-Stephens County, boasted an international sports star.  Paralympic swimming champion and multi-medalist McKenzie Coan, who was born in Toccoa and grew up in Clarkesville, was the parade’s Grand Marshal. She is the daughter of Dr. Marc and Teresa Coan. At the time, Coan had recently authored a book, […]

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