• By Glenn Hughes
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Congratulations to the Charlton County slow pitch softball team for winning the area and advancing to the State Sectional Tournament. Good job ladies!

  • By Glenn Hughes
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In a slow week locally for sports due to spring break, the Charlton County baseball team split a pair of games last week losing to Lanier County before rebounding to blank Turner County.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County track teams competed in meets at Ware County and Camden County last week and came away with some good results against larger schools.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County baseball squad won three of four games last week and is tied for the lead in Region 2-A. The Indians are currently ranked third in the most recent power rankings

  • Terry Fahey
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The Charlton County Recreation Department held its opening day of games this past Saturday, March 24. Everyone was welcomed as they entered the park to music provided by Mr. Brian Rauls. A full day of baseball, softball, tee ball and blast ball games were to follow. 

  • By Glenn Hughes
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Shacario Bailey pitched six innings of no-hit ball last Tuesday in leading the Charlton County JV baseball team to a 10-0 win over Clinch County.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County track teams competed against Brantley County last Wednesday at the local high school track. The boy’s and girl’s teams would come away with 11 first place finishes and finish first and second in seven events.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County baseball squad bounced back in a big way last week routing both region rival Clinch County and Hilliard. The Indians remain in a first place tie atop the Region 2-A standings.

The Charlton County Indians Baseball team will play a makeup game by hosting the Brantley County Herons on Wednesday, March 28 at Indian Field.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The baseball squad had a rough week losing their first region game against Wilcox County and then falling to Baker County in a non-region tilt.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County slow pitch softball team is off to a fast start this season after opening up with a perfect 4-0 record so far. You can see them in action this Thursday when they host Thomas County Central.

The Charlton County Track team held their first competition this past week with Maidens and Indians running in different relays and members participating in disc throwing as well. Raykwon Anderson took second place while AJ Bell grabbed third in the 100m competition and Tommy Layden won the …

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Bethune Middle School baseball team fell short in their last inning rally last Thursday and fell to Camden Middle School 3-2.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County Indian baseball squad got dominate pitching last week as they defeated Echols, Long and Turner County, as well as Bradwell Institute in a busy week for the Tribe. The wins improved their record to 7-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 2-A.

Ryan Young, a senior at Milligan College in Johnson City, Tennessee is winding down his collegiate baseball career. Young got the chance to play in front of some family members and friends last weekend when the Buffaloes played at Middle Georgia State University in Cochran. After helping the…

  • By Glenn Hughes
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Congratulations to former Charlton County standout for being inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in Macon last Saturday night.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Bethune Maidens saw their record go to 4-1 on the season after splitting a pair of contests last week. Bethune would fall in a one-run loss to Camden Middle School before rallying back to take a 7-5 win over Yulee Middle School.

The Bethune Middle School Maidens Softball team held a 50-inning marathon Friday, February 2, where the team was split into two groups to compete against each other. The games began right after school and continued through the evening. This event was a fundraiser for the BMS Maidens and all …

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The top- ranked Charlton County Indian baseball squad got their season off to an impressive start beating Brantley and Long County.

The 2018 Georgia/Florida War of the Border All-Star Game was held Saturday, February 10 at Indian Field. Representing Charlton County and pictured above were Eric Milton, Devan Snowden, Head Coach Rich McWhorter and Aaron Brazeale. Also representing Charlton County, not pictured, in the game…

  • By Glenn Hughes
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With basketball season having concluded the spring sports schedule is about to pick up. The Charlton County baseball teams will open its season Tuesday at Brantley County and will hold their home opener Friday against Long County.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County basketball teams wrapped up their regular season last week with games against Clinch, Brantley, and Lanier County. The Maidens would take the only win for the squads with a victory over the Lady Herons.

  • By Glenn Hughes
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The Charlton County basketball teams wrapped up their regular season last week with the Maidens defeating Brantley County for the lone win for the two squads.

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