Indians Take Two Saturday

The Stephens County Indians win both games on Saturday in a three-team doubleheader at Raider Stadium in Habersham County. In game one for the Indians, Dawson Sorrells pitched six solid innings, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits and striking out 6 to lead Stephens County to an 8-2 win over Banks County. Stephens County scored three runs in the top […]

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Indians Season Ends at Sandy Creek

The Stephens County Indians 2017-2018 Boys Basketball season came to an end Thursday night at Sandy Creek falling 73-52 in the AAAA Playoffs Round of 16 in Tyrone, Georgia. The Indians led by 5 at 14-9 at the end of the first quarter, and trailed by just two at the half. The Indians were still within striking distance at the […]

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Walker signs with Birmingham Prep to play Football

Stephens County High School held a signing ceremony last week to celebrate a 2017 graduate who will be attending college and playing football this fall. Jaquarius “NuNu” Walker will be attending Birmingham Prep, a junior-college program, in Hoover, Alabama. NuNu is the son of Tracy Walker Brown and Carlos Bullard, and he plans to major in criminal justice. While he […]

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Indians Down Blue Devils

The Stephens County Indians improved to 3-0 on the season with a 7-4 victory over highly ranked Elbert County on Wednesday night. Elbert County, one of the top rated teams in Class AA got on the board first when Payton Adams reached on an error and scored on a single by Mason Anderson. The Indians came back with 3 in […]

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Indians Run Rule Raiders on Walk-Off

Stephens County’s Dawson Dean hit a two-run walk off home run in the bottom of the sixth inning, and the Indians banged out 15 hits to roll to a 13-3 win over Habersham Central on Friday night. For the second straight game the Indians trailed 2-0 after the top of the 1st inning. The Indians got one back in the […]

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Wheeler Accepts Athletic Scholarship from Point University

Another Stephens County athlete has signed to play football in the fall for Point University in West Point, Georgia.  Brandon Wheeler, son of Brandon Wheeler and Michelle Scott, will play for former Stephens County alumnus and Point head coach, Julius Dixon.  Brandon plans to major in physical education. Brandon tells why he decided to go to Point University, saying “The campus is […]

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