Howard Signs With West Point

A Stephens County High School student-athlete will continue his academic and athletic careers at one of the nation’s military academies. Wednesday, Indian senior A.J. Howard signed to attend and play football at West Point next year as an Army Black Knight. Howard said he is overwhelmed by the honor of attending West Point. “It has been a lifelong dream, something […]

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SCHS Wrestlers Set Record In Area Tourney

Stephens County High School wrestlers set a school record. On Saturday, Stephens County hosted the Region 8-AAAA Area Wrestling Tournament at the Currahee Arena in Toccoa. The Indians qualified a school-record ten wrestlers into the State Sectional Tournament through the area tournament, breaking the previous record of eight wrestlers. Finishing as area runners-up for the Indians were Lee Massey at […]

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SCHS Basketball Spends Weekend on Road

The Stephens County Indian basketball team picks up a pair of weekend wins. This past weekend, the Stephens County boys traveled on the road and picked up wins against both Madison County and Franklin County. On Friday night, the Indians came out on top in a back and forth game with Madison County, prevailing 67-63. Down three points in the […]

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E.C. Wrestlers Go For National Title

By Charles Robertson, WLHR Radio, Lavonia A northeast Georgia college wrestling team is headed to try to win a national title this weekend. The Emmanuel College wrestling team will head to Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia to compete for the NCWA National Duals Title in wrestling. The Lions had an incredible season that has earned them the number one seed […]

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SCHS Wrestling Regular Season Ends

The Stephens County High School wrestling team wraps up the regular season. Tuesday, the Indian wrestlers picked up two dual meet wins to finish the regular season with a 15-5 record. Stephens County began by defeating Rabun Gap 56-21. Then, the Indians honored five seniors. They are Brooks McLaughlin, Cole Simmons, Jay Stowe, Corey Kindel, and Cooper Long. In the […]

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SCMS Girls Basketball Teams Take Titles

Stephens County Middle School’s girls’ basketball teams both bring home conference championships. The 7th grade and 8th grade girls’ teams both won conference title games Monday in Elberton. First, the 7th grade Lady Rebels beat Franklin County 30-26 in double overtime. Grace Witherspoon led the scoring with eight points, while Manisha Colbert and Ikira Patterson both scored six points. Kayla […]

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Indian Football Holds Awards Banquet

Stephens County High School recognizes this year’s football team. Last Thursday night, Stephens County High School held its annual Football Banquet at the High School Cafeteria and Tugaloo Center for the Performing Arts. Indians’ Head Coach Frank Barden said these nights always stir up mixed emotions. “It is always a joyful time, a wonderful time to recognize these kids, but […]

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SCMS Basketball Update

The season comes to a close for the Stephens County Middle School 8th grade boys’ basketball team. Saturday in Elberton, the 8th grade Rebel boys lost to Madison County, 48-24. Kenny Colwell scored six points for the 8th grade boys and Ian Rumsey scored five points. The 8th grade Rebel boys entered the tournament as the third seed after finishing […]

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