Charlton County senior football player Braden Whittenburg has committed to play college football at West Virginia. Whittenburg, who play linebacker and handled all the long snapping duties for the Indians the past few seasons will head to West Virginia as a preferred walk-on with a chance to…

The Charlton County Indian baseball team swept two games from Hilliard last week to improve to 18-6 on the season. The Tribe resumes its quest for the Region 2-A championship this week with three games against Atkinson County.

The Charlton County Indian baseball team won two of three games from Irwin County last week to gain a one game advantage in the region schedule with three game series' against Atkinson County and Lanier County remaining in the regular season. The Tribe currently holds a 13-2 region record, w…

The Charlton County Maidens slow pitch softball team improved to 8-4 on the season after picking up two wins against Thomas County Central along with single victories against Baker County and Dooly County.

The Charlton County baseball squad saw their winning streak snapped at 11 games after dropping the first game of a of Friday doubleheader, but won the first and third games of the series. The loss dropped the Indians in a first place tie in Region 2-A with Irwin County as both teams hold 11-…

Congratulations to Charlton County head baseball coach Thad Marchman.  Last Friday he picked up his 300th career win as a coach when the Indians defeated Brooks County in the second game of a doubleheader.

The Charlton County baseball Indians got dominant pitching and timely hitting last week as Tribe pitchers allowed no runs and just three hits in winning three games against Echols County. Meanwhile the Indian offense scored 24 runs as two of the three games were shortened by the run rule.

Congratulations to senior Maiden softball player Andrea Canaday for signing to play college softball at Dallas Christian College in Texas.

After opening the slow pitch softball season with two losses to West Laurens two weeks ago, the Charlton County Maidens returned to the field with a vengeance. In two games against Wilkinson County last Wednesday, the Maidens routed the Warriors 20-1 and 21-0.

The Charlton County baseball team saw their record improve to 9-4 on the season after sweeping three games from Turner County in addition to picking up a win against Brantley County. The wins kept the Tribe's winning streak alive at seven games as they moved to 6-0 in Region 2-A play.

Congratulations to Craig Carlisle for winning the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association State   Championship in weightlifting this past Saturday. Carlisle claimed the title for Class A in the 180 lb. Weight class.

The Charlton County baseball team swept a three game series against Clinch County last week to begin Region 2-A play. With the wins the Indians improve to 5-4 on the season and are 3-0 in region play.

Congratulations to the 12-under girls of the Charlton County Recreation Department for winning the GRPA Class C State Tournament last weekend in Baxley. For some members of the team it was their second title in two years as they claimed the 10-under championship a year ago.

The 10-under boys of the Charlton County Recreation Department recently competed in the GRPA Class C District 2 Basketball Tournament in Baxley last week and finished in second place. The boys opened up the tournament with a 33-16 win over Jeff Davis, before beating McIntosh County 42-19. In…

The 12-under girls basketball team representing the Charlton County Recreation Department won the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class C District 2 Championship this past Saturday in Alma. The girls won the five team tournament by first knocking off Pierce County 58-29 and then bea…

The Charlton County Maidens basketball team saw their season come to a close last week falling on the road 71-57 to Emanuel County Institute. The fourth seeded Maidens gave ECI all they could handle into the third quarter before the Bulldogs pulled away.

The Charlton County baseball team saw their record fall to 2-4 on the young season after losing three of four games last week. The Tribe would pick up a win against Brantley County, but then drop a game to Brunswick before losing to Camden County twice.

Congratulations to the 12-under girls of the Charlton County Recreation Department for winning the GRPA District Tournament in Alma last weekend. The girls now advance to the state tournament in Baxley beginning Friday night.

The Bethune Middle School Braves had a busy opening week of baseball and after dropping the first three games to Hilliard, St. Marys and Providence Christian they bounced back by sweeping a doubleheader from Atkinson County.

Last Thursday in Ocilla the Charlton County Maidens and Brooks County Lady Trojans squared off to determine the region’s number three and four seeds. In a tightly contested game it would be Brooks pulling out a two point win. With the loss the Maidens, as a four seed will travel to face the …

 The Charlton County Maidens basketball team fell just short in clinching the third seed in Region 2-A and will now advance as the fourth seed in Twin City against Emanuel County Institute in a game that was played Tuesday night.

 The Charlton County Recreation department is currently holding youth baseball and softball signups. You may sign up Monday-Friday between 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Deuce Lloyd Sports Complex. Registration is for boys and girls ages 3-12. Your child's age prior to September 1, 2021 will det…

The Charlton County Maidens qualified for the GHSA State Basketball Tournament by being one of the top four teams in the Region 2-A Tournament last week. The Maidens defeated Lanier County in the opening round before falling to Clinch County. The Maidens will now play this Thursday night at …

Congratulations to the Charlton County wrestlers, Asad Akbar and Thomas Johnson for placing in their respective weight classes at the state wrestling tournament in Macon this past week. Akbar finished fourth overall, while Johnson finished in fifth place.

 The Charlton County Recreation department is currently holding youth baseball and softball signups. You may sign up Monday-Friday between 1:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Deuce Lloyd Sports Complex. Registration is for boys and girls ages 3-12. Your child's age prior to September 1, 2021 will det…

Congratulations to the Charlton County wrestling team for qualifying all nine of their wrestlers for the State Tournament this week in Macon by placing in the top three at the Area Tournament. Also congratulations to Thomas Johnson, Dylan Gray and Asad Akbar for winning Area championships in…

Charlton County held Senior Night last Friday at the final home basketball game of the season. Sadie Brown is the lone senior on the Maidens’ squad and was recognized for her time on the court. The Indians will be losing four seniors: Troy Alderman, Jaheim Pollock, Jahmir Shivers and Taquan …

As the regular season winds down to it's final week, the Charlton County Maidens and Indians are trying to improve their seeding for the upcoming Region 2-A Tournament. The Maidens played a pair of close games winning in overtime against Irwin County before dropping a tight game against Turn…

Congratulations to all the senior basketball players who played their final home game last Friday night. Thank you for your contributions to the Charlton County programs.

The Charlton County Recreation department is currently holding youth baseball and softball signups Monday-Friday between 1:00 p.m and 4:30 p.m. at the Deuce Lloyd Sports Complex. Registration is for boys and girls ages three to 12. Your child's age prior to September 1, 2021 will determine t…

The Bethune Middle School Maidens defeated Camden Middle School last week to wrap up a perfect 9-0 season. The game was tight throughout, with the Maidens holding a one point lead after the first quarter and Camden leading by one at the half and entering the fourth quarter. But Christiona Fa…

The Charlton County Indians basketball team dropped a pair of games to third ranked Lanier County, while adding a win against Atkinson County last week. The Tribe now owns a 9-7 overall record and are 5-5 in Region 2-A. Meanwhile the Maidens also defeated Atkinson, but lost a close game agai…

Congratulations to the Bethune Middle School Maidens basketball team for finishing the season undefeated. With all the starters returning next year the future looks bright.

The Charlton County Indians ran their winning streak to four games after beating Clinch County, McIntosh County Academy, and Brooks County last week, while the Maidens squad could only manage a win against McIntosh. The Tribe now holds an 8-5 record and are 4-3 in region play. The Maidens fe…

Congratulations to Indian football player Caleal Burroughs for being recognized by Recruit Georgia and being named to their Class A Public All State team. Burroughs was selected as a first team offensive lineman. Teammate Tony Cobb was an honorable mention selection as a running back.

The Bethune Middle School Braves and Maidens returned from their holiday break on Wednesday and came away with a split on the road in their games with St. Marys Middle School. The Maidens kept their hopes of an unbeaten season alive as they had no problems in winning. The Braves showed some …

In the crazy world of Covid-19, the Charlton County Indians basketball team played four games, while the Maidens played just twice last week. The Tribe would sweep a pair of makeup games against Echols County, while dropping contests against Hilliard and Turner County. The Maidens defeated H…

Congratulations to Indian football players Tony Cobb and Asad Akbar for being honored by 912 Sports Magazine as the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year for the Indians.

In their only action the week after Christmas, the Charlton County Maidens and Indians split their contests with the Irwin County Indians. The Maidens would improve to 9-1 on the season and 5-0 in region play after their close win. The Tribe would fall to 3-3 overall and 0-2 in region play a…

Congratulations to Indian football players Tony Cobb, Taquan Pierrain, Caleal Burroughs and Wyatt Crews for being named to the All-Region 2-A first team. Glad to see the results of hard work being recognized.

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