Charlton County Indian football and Maiden softball is right around the corner. I erroneously had reported that practice begins on August 1, but you'll have to wait one more day as Monday, August 2 is the official first day to begin practice. It will be good to see the local athletes back ou…

The Charlton County Indians and Maidens continue their off season work before officially starting practices on August 1. The Maidens softball team won't have many days to get ready as they open their season on August 7-8 at the Thomasville Invitational Tournament.

The 8U Charlton County Swamp Monsters competed in the Battle at the Border baseball tournament Saturday, June 26. The team led by Spencer Howell, Scott Owens and Derek Beard placed second overall receiving the silver champion rings. This tournament took place at Deuce Lloyd Sports Complex lo…

We're just a few weeks away from the football Indians and softball Maidens returning to the gridiron and the diamond to begin fall practices. Both teams will begin practices on August 2 in preparation for the upcoming season. 

Congratulations to former Charlton County Maiden standout Courtney Williams for being selected to play in this year's WNBA All Star Game in Las Vegas on July 14. 

The 10-under all star baseball team from Charlton County didn't win the state championship last week in Adel, but represented themselves well on and off the field as they ended up fourth in the state. 

The 10-under boys all star baseball team played in the GRPA District 2 Tournament last weekend in Baxley, and after all the dust had settled they came away with the championship and earned the right to play in the GRPA State Tournament in Adel on June 22-24.

Congratulations to the 10-under boys all star baseball team for winning the GRPA District 2 championship last Monday in Baxley. The team is competing for the state championship this week in Adel.

Charlton County athletes are hard at work already this summer with workouts, camps and summer league games as they prepare for the upcoming school year.

Congratulations to Connor Nelson and Tristan Herring for being selected to play for the Southeast Georgia team in the Georgia Dugout Club's Senior All State Games that were played at Mercer University last Saturday. 

With school out of session for the summer most of the local sports have come to a close for the most part. Indians and Maidens will have summer league games upcoming in various sports, while the Indians football squad will be hard at work in the weight room preparing for the season in the fall.

Charlton County High School recently held its sports awards program. This year, all sports were recognized at one time. The following were honored.

The 2021 edition of the Charlton County football squad put on a good performance last Thursday night in their spring scrimmage against Pierce County. In the varsity portion of the scrimmage, the Tribe got a field goal from Wyatt Crews, a touchdown run by Jaylen King, and a fumble return touc…

The 15th annual Summer Baseball Camp with Coach Marchman will be held in two sessions. Session one will be June 8 through 10        and    Session   two will be June 15 through 17 for Ages four to  12    (boys and girls). Campers will learn baseball fundamentals of hitting, throwing, pitchin…

While the Charlton County track teams didn't bring home any state titles from the GHSA State Track Meet in Albany last weekend, they did have some performances worthy of placing in the top eight to earn points for their teams.

The Charlton County baseball team saw their highly successful season come to a close last Saturday in Folkston after losing twice to Metter in the GHSA State Semifinals. Earlier in the week the Tribe had travelled to Commerce and swept both games to advance. The Indians finished the season w…

Congratulations to Tony Cobb, Lizzie Carlisle, and Marissa Green for placing at the state track meet in Albany last weekend. Cobb and Carlisle placed in two events, while Green placed in the triple jump.

The Charlton County Maiden and Indian track teams participated in the State Sectional Meet last Saturday, in Camilla, with the top eight finishers in each event qualifying for the State Track Meet beginning on Thursday, in Albany.

The Charlton County Indians moved to the state quarterfinals last Tuesday, after sweeping a double header from Johnson County in the GHSA State Baseball Playoffs. The Tribe came from behind and won in walk off fashion in the bottom of the seventh in game one before leading from start to fini…

With the school year winding down so are the spring sports seasons. But several Indian and Maiden squads are still alive in postseason action.

The 15th annual Summer Baseball Camp with Coach Marchman will be held in two sessions. Session one will be June 8 through 10        and    Session   two will be June 15 through 17 for Ages four to  12    (boys and girls). Campers will learn baseball fundamentals of hitting, throwing, pitchin…

The Charlton County baseball team opened up the GHSA State Playoffs in good fashion by defeating McIntosh County Academy 10-0 and 7-1 in the first round series. The Indians now advance to the second round, where they will play Johnson County at home beginning with a double header on Tuesday.…

Congratulations to the Charlton County boys and girls track teams for winning the Region 2-A title at the region meet last Monday. Both squads will be in Camilla this Saturday for the State Sectional Meet.

The Charlton County baseball team swept a three game series against Lanier County last week, and in the process clinched the Region 2-A championship. The Tribe finished the regular season with a 24-6 overall record and won the region with a 19-2 record. The Indians will now host the first ro…

It was a good week for Charlton County High School athletics, as the baseball team won the Region 2-A Championship last Friday after sweeping a three game series against Lanier County. The Indians will host McIntosh County Academy in the opening round of the state playoffs beginning on Thurs…

The Charlton County Indians’ baseball team maintained its one game advantage in Region 2-A last week by sweeping three games from Atkinson County. The Tribe enters its final three game series of the regular season this week against Lanier County with a 21-6 overall record and are 16-2 in reg…

With the school year beginning to wind down, spring sports are beginning to head into postseason play. The Charlton County baseball team has clinched a spot in the state playoffs and are hoping to clinch the region title this week against Lanier County. The Indians should host the first roun…

The Charlton County Indians baseball team took a week off from region play during spring break, but still played a pair of games against Hilliard coming out on top in both contests. Charlton will now enter the final two weeks of region play holding on to a one game lead atop Region 2-A. 

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.

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