Indians travel to face Athens Academy today in high school football
After playing their first two games of the season at home, the Stephens County Indians will be on the road for the first time tonight as they take on Athens Academy in high school football action.
Last week, the Indians lost to Hart County, 26 to 13, to even their record at 1 & 1 on the season.
Athens Academy did not play a game last Friday, but the Spartans won their season opener 2 weeks ago by defeating Savannah Christian, 35 to 7.
Last season, Athens Academy played for the Class A Private School State Title for the second consecutive year and finished with a 13 & 1 record.
Last night on the Crunch Time radio show, Indians defensive line coach Brad Whitfield said Athens Academy has an advantage since they have had extra time to prepare for tonight’s game.
Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m. tonight at Athens Academy.
Coverage on the 93.1 FM and AM 630 WNEG starts at 6:30 p.m. with the Indian Road Show. Coach’s Corner starts at 7 p.m. and pre-game coverage starts at 7:15 p.m.
You can also listen online to Indian football at wnegradio.com.
In other area action tonight, Hart County host Commerce, Habersham Central host White County, and Jackson County host Lumpkin County.
Other Region 8-AAAA games include Madison County host Apalachee, Oconee County host Spalding, and North Oconee host Loganville.
Franklin County, Banks County, and Rabun County all have the night off.