Dragons Rough Up SCHS-Games Halted

The Jefferson Dragons scored runs in every inning but the third in defeating the Stephens County Indians 15-2 Thursday night at the Reservation. Jefferson scored seven runs off of starter Jordan Page in four and two-third innings. Ian Rumsey and Issac McCollum finished out the game on the mound. The Indians scored their only two runs in the second inning […]

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Jefferson Reliever No-Hits Indians

It is not often that a relief pitcher pitches a complete game no-hitter, but it happened in Jefferson on Tuesday night. Jefferson’s JJ Rapp started the game throwing 7 straight balls and had to leave the game with what looked like a shoulder injury-enter Jackson Perry who proceeded to shut down the Indians through the next 7 innings leading the […]

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Tennis Teams Sweep White County

The Stephens County High School tennis teams hosted former region rival the White County Warriors on Monday. The Lady Indians shutout the visiting Warriors by a match score of 5-0 by sweeping all 3 singles matches and taking both doubles contests. This win extends the Maidens’ unbeaten streak to 6-0 this season. The Indians also shutout their opponents and won […]

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Indians Shutout Jaguars

Carson Worley pitched a complete game shutout and helped his cause at the plate going 2 for 2 with 2 RBI’s to lead the Stephens County Indians to a 5-inning 13-0 win over Cedar Shoals Monday night in Athens. Worley allowed only 2 base runners, and one infield hit, while striking out 10. The Indians scored 13 runs on 13 […]

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Indians-Lions Split Doubleheader

  Stephens County and Franklin County split a double-header Friday night at the Reservation. In the first game, Jordan Page went the distance, only allowing four hits as the Indians came from behind to beat the Lions 4-2. Franklin County’s Hunter Quarles and A.J. Peeples drove in runs to give the Lions a 2-0 lead through five innings. The Indians […]

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Indians Roll at Rabun

The Stephens County Indians baseball team banged out 13 hits and took advantage of 5 Rabun County errors to roll to a 13-2 win over the Wildcats in Tiger on Wednesday night. The Indians scored two runs in the 2nd inning, one in the 3rd, three in the 4th, two in the 6th, and 5 in the 7th with 8 […]

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SCHS Tennis Remains Undefeated

The Stephens County tennis teams played their 3rd away match in 4 days on Friday, and both boys and girls teams improved to 4-0. The Indians boys squad beat the Franklin Co. Lions by a match score of 3-2. Griffin Wilkinson won at #1 singles, Kenny Colwell won his #3 singles match, and Levi Spencer & Eli Willis won at […]

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Bulldogs Run Away from Indians

The Hart County Bulldogs broke open a close game with six runs in the fifth inning to deal the Stephens County Indians baseball team a 12-2 loss Thursday night at the Reservation. Hart County jumped out to a four run lead, getting four runs off of Carson Worley in the top of the first inning. The Indians countered with a […]

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