SCHS Tennis at home tomorrow

The SCHS tennis teams split with neighborhood rival Habersham Central Thursday afternoon at the SC Tennis Complex.  The Indians were shutout by the Raiders 5-0, losing all 3 singles matches and both doubles contests.  The Lady Indians pulled out a  nail-biter by a match score of 3-2.  Nyleigh Hutto and Maddie McGee  won their #1 and #2 singles matches and […]

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Indians Storm Back to Win at Hart

The Stephens County Indians trailed Hart County by 16 points heading into the 4th quarter but outscored the Bulldogs 24-6 in the 4th and stormed back for a 66-64 road victory Friday night in Hartwell. The Indians, behind a full-court pressure defense, were able to force numerous turnovers and quick shots that led to easy baskets and free throws. Javin […]

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SCHS athletes head into competition

The Indians and Lady Indians Basketball Teams will be on the road tonight, heading to Hartwell to take on the Hart County Bulldogs. Game time tonight is 7 p.m., with airtime on WNEG Radio and wnegradio.com at 6:45 p.m. In other sports news, the SCHS boys and girls soccer teams will both have home scrimmage games against North Hall teams, […]

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Thurmond signs with Mercer Bears

Stephens County senior baseball player, Craig Thurmond, held a signing ceremony Wednesday at the high school to announce that he will be attending and playing baseball for the Mercer Bears beginning in the fall.  Thurmond is the son of Craig and Munique Thurmond and is a four-year starter at shortstop for the Indians, but was injured much of last year.  […]

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Indians Fall in OT at Franklin County

Mylan Roebuck and Carson Coulter made key free throws in the overtime period to lead Franklin County to a 59-55 win over Stephens County Friday night at the Lions Den in Carnesville. Stephens County battled back from a six-point deficit late in regulation and tied the score on Jet Black’s basket with just over 30 seconds to play. After a […]

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Indians Teams Fall to Top Rated Lions

The Stephens County Lady Indians fell to one of the nation’s top teams-Hebron Christian Academy 89-23 Tuesday night in Dacula. The Lady Lions, rated #11 in the country and #1 in the state of Georgia, played great defense with steals that led to easy baskets. Hebron Christian scored 34 points in the first quarter and led 51-16 at the half. […]

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