The Battle of Currahee Mountain is tonight
Stephens County will host Habersham Central in a rivalry football game this evening at the Reservation. Known as “The Battle of Currahee Mountain,” tonight’s kickoff will be at 7:30. The Indians enter this game with a 2-2 record after last week’s loss at Rabun County. Meanwhile, Habersham Central is 3-1 on the season after defeating Franklin County last week, 35 to 20. After losing their season opener to Dawson County, the Raiders have won 3 straight. The Indians won last year’s game in an offensive shoot-out in Mt. Airy, 49 to 46.
Last night on the Crunch Time radio show, Indians cornerbacks coach, Rocky Fulbright, said that the Raiders will not hold anything back, and the Indians need to be ready for this rivalry game that means a lot to both sides.
Coverage on the 93.1 FM and AM 630 WNEG starts at 5:30 p.m. with the Indian Tailgate Show. Coach’s Corner starts at 7 p.m. and pre-game coverage from the stadium starts at 7:15 p.m.
Looking elsewhere around the area this evening, Banks County travels to Social Circle, Rabun County is on the road at Putnam County, White County will host North Hall, and Commerce will host Providence Christian.
In other Region 8-AAAA action tonight, Madison County plays at East Jackson; Oconee County is at Cedar Shoals, North Oconee will host Franklin County.