SCHS Athletes Rudeseal, Fuller sign with Pikeville, Emmanuel College

Two Stephens County High School athletes signed scholarships last week. William Rudeseal, son of Amanda and Larry Rudeseal signed to play football at University of Pikeville at Pikeville, Kentucky, an NAIA Division 1 school. He said he considered Berry College, Charleston Southern, Carson-Newman, and Rinehardt , but it was the Pikeville coaches that made a big impression on him. William […]

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Indians Tennis Teams Open with Wins

The Stephens County High School Lady Indians and Indians tennis teams opened up their 2021 campaign on the road vs. former region foe the Madison County Red Raiders.   The Lady Indians swept all 3 singles matches and both doubles contests to get a 5-0 shutout win.   The Indians defeated  the Madison County boys team 3-2.  The Indians took […]

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Lions Sweep Indians

The Franklin County Lions girls and boys basketball teams picked up region wins over Stephens County Wednesday night at the Currahee Arena. In the girls game, Franklin County jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter and never trailed. The Lady Indians trailed by six at the half and made a valiant effort to catch up at the […]

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SCHS Tennis teams’ season opener is today

After having their season opener against East Hall postponed Monday due to weather, the Stephens County High School tennis teams will open their season this afternoon (Feb 4) on the road at Madison County. Stephens County is also scheduled to be away at Habersham Central on Tuesday, February 9, before returning for their home opener on Thursday, February 11th, against […]

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Indians Fall at Monroe Area

The Monroe Area Purple Hurricanes outscored Stephens County 27-9 in the opening quarter and rolled to a 70-62 win over the Indians in boys varsity basketball Monday night in Monroe. D.J. Hampton’s bucket gave the Indians their first lead at 9-8, but the Purple Hurricanes scored the next 19 points of the quarter to take the 18 point lead, and […]

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SCHS’s Tennis Opener has been called off

Today’s opening season match for Stephens County High School’s tennis teams has been called off due to inclement weather. It will be rescheduled at a later date. As a reminder for Spectators during the 2021 tennis season, the following COVID-19 guidelines are in place. No bleachers will be used during the 2021 tennis season; Fans are encouraged to bring their […]

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Indians Take Two from East Jackson

The Stephens County boys and girls basketball teams picked up important region wins Saturday night at home at the Currahee Arena against East Jackson. In the girl’s game, NaNa Eades led all scorers with 17 points in a 45-28 victory over the Lady Eagles. In the process, Eades scored her 1000th career point for the Lady Indians in her high […]

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Cleveland in Senior Bowl This Weekend

Former Stephens County and Georgia Bulldog standout Ben Cleveland will be playing in the 2021 Reese’s Senior Bowl this Saturday in Mobile, Alabama. The game will feature the most players ever to participate in the Senior Bowl with 134 confirmed for the game. This year, the players are divided into “American” and “National” teams. Cleveland is on the “American” team […]

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