The Charlton County Indian football team travelled up the road to Blackshear last Friday to scrimmage Pierce County for their final tune-up before opening the regular season. 

The Charlton County Maidens softball team saw their record go to 3-2 after splitting a pair of contests last week on the road. On Monday, the Maidens travelled to Brunswick and defeated Glynn Academy and in Lakeland on Tuesday Charlton was defeated by Lanier County. 

The Maiden softball team won one of two tight games last week, defeating Glynn Academy, 3-2, and then dropping their first Region 2-A contest at Lanier County by the same score. The Maidens are now 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in region play. 

The Maiden softball team won one of two tight games last week, defeating Glynn Academy, 3-2, and then dropping their first Region 2-A contest at Lanier County by the same score. The Maidens are now 3-2 on the season and 2-1 in region play. 

The Charlton County Indians had their first chance to perform in front of an audience last Thursday at the annual ‘Soap Game”. The scrimmage showed some progress for the squad with a lot of inexperienced players learning new offensive and defensive schemes. 

 The Maiden softball team looked good in their opening week of the season after run-ruling region foes Irwin County and Echols County and falling late to Class AAAAAAA North Cobb. 

Congratulations to former Charlton County standout Champ Bailey for his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Watching him grow up you knew he was good, but Saturday’s induction makes him among the elite to have ever played the game. 

The Charlton County Maidens fast pitch team opens up their season this Saturday when they travel to play Brunswick at 4:00. They will hold their home opener on Tuesday, August 6 when they host Irwin County in a Region 2-A contest. 

School is almost back in session and that means that Indians and Braves Football ,as well as, Maiden Softball, are right around the corner. 

The Charlton County Indians were well represented at the 912 Sports Connection Media Day, held at the brand new Glynn County Athletic Center in Brunswick. Coach Russ Murray previewed the Indians, as well as coaches from all across the 912 area. 

Football season is right around the corner and on Saturday in Brunswick the Southeast Georgia Media Day will be held with coaches around the area giving their prognosis for the upcoming season. 

With the GHSA “Dead Week” out of the way the Charlton County Indian and Maiden athletes are back to work for the final grind until their respective seasons begin. 

 The Indian and Maiden athletes are taking the week off from weight training, summer league games, camps, etc. due to the GHSA “Dead Week” in which such activities are prohibited. Things will pick back up on Monday as the fall sports are not far away from action. 

 The first day of summer was officially last Friday, but for some Indian and Maiden athletes summer v a c a t i o n ends in about one m o n t h . The Indian football squad will begin conditioning practice on July 25, and the first practice in pads will be on August 1. Meanwhile, the Maiden s…

 A big shout out to Chris Milton and his family for putting on the third Annual A Day of Play Community Carnival this past weekend. Everyone had a great time and looks forward to next year’s event. 

Former Charlton County High School and University of Georgia standout, L.J. Talley saw one of his lifelong dreams come into being last Tuesday when the Toronto Blue Jays selected him in the seventh round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Talley becomes the first Charlton County baseball pl…

 Congratulations to former Indian baseball star L.J. Talley for being drafted in the s e v e n t h round of the Major L e a g u e Baseball Draft by the Toronto Blue Jays. Talley will be assigned to a minor league team soon to begin his professional career. 

Former Charlton County High School and University of Georgia standout, L.J. Talley saw one of his lifelong dreams come into being last Tuesday when the Toronto Blue Jays selected him in the seventh round of the Major League Baseball Draft. Talley becomes the first Charlton County baseball pl…

Congratulations to Trevor Knowles for being selected to and playing for the Southeast Georgia All Star baseball team this weekend at Mercer University in Macon.

  In the final week of school before graduation, the Charlton County girls’ golf team finished off the sports season for the year with a seventh-place finish at the state tournament in Hawkinsville. Congratulations to Samantha Baxter, Lauran Allbritton, Shelby Bell, and Emma Harris on a fine…

 The first game action of the Russ Murray era was held last Friday night in Kingsland when the Charlton County Indians faced off against Camden County in a scrimmage that wrapped up spring practice for both schools.

 The 2019 versions of the Charlton County Indians and Bethune Braves football teams were in action last week during spring scrimmages. While the scoreboard s didn’t show victories both teams showed progress made as new offensive and defensive schemes are learned. 

 Come out and support the 2019 version of the Bethune Braves and Charlton C o u n t y Indians as they hold s c r i m m a g e s this week to wrap up spring f o o t b a l l practice. The Braves will host Waycross Middle School on Wednesday, while the Indians will face Camden County on Friday i…

 The Charlton County girl’s golf team won the area golf championship last week in McRae and now will be heading to the state tournament to be held at the Southern Hills Golf and Country Club in Hawkinsville on May 20- 21.

 Congratulations to the Charlton County girls’ golf team for winning the A r e a C h a m pionship last week in McRae and to Sam a n t h a Baxter for being the Low Medalist. They now head to the state tournament in Hawkinsville. 

 The Charlton County Maidens slow pitch softball team was one of eight teams to compete at the state tournament in Woodstock, and when all was said and done, they would come away tied for fifth place in the entire state, regardless of classification. As the smallest school there, the Maidens…

The Charlton County baseball team will head into postseason play after splitting four games during the final week of the regular season. The Tribe holds an 18-9 record and pending any changes to the power rankings due to appeals or yet to be reported scores will be on the road beginning Thur…

Congratulations to the Charlton County Maidens slow pitch softball team for qualifying for the state tournament after winning two of three games in last week’s sectional tournament. 

The Charlton County High School athletic department held their Winter Sports Awards Program last Wednesday at the high school gym. The program honored cheerleaders and wrestlers, as well the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams.

The Charlton County slow pitch softball team finished up the regular season with a 13-3 record after splitting a doubleheader against Thomas County Central. The Maidens will now advance to the state sectional tournament in Woodstock beginning April 17.

The Charlton County baseball squad saw their record go to 16-7 after losing to Baker County(FL) before rallying back to beat region foe Lanier County in a pair of road games. The Indians head into the final week of the regular season with games at West Nassau and Ecols County on Monday and T…

The Charlton County Indians head into the final week of the regular season holding on to the last home playoff position for the first round of the state playoffs. The Tribe ranks 16th through Sunday in the most recent power rankings. The top eight seeds get first round byes while seeds nine …

The Charlton County baseball team spent the early part of their spring break by beating Turner County on consecutive days. A Monday game against West Nassau was rained out and on Tuesday the Tribe headed to Ashburn for the first game of the home and home series with the Rebels.

The Charlton County Indians spent part of their spring break taking on the Turner County Rebels. 

The Charlton County baseball team won two of three games last week after beating Hilliard in the Battle For the State Line Trophy and Atkinson County before dropping a close contest against Irwin County. 

The Bethune Middle School Braves baseball team wrapped up a very successful season after defeating Hilliard and Camden Middle while falling to Fernandina Beach. The Braves finished the season with a 9-3 record.

Congratulations to the Maidens slow pitch softball team for winning the Area Championship last week after beating Baker County twice. The Maidens have regular season games scheduled when they return from spring break and then will head to the sectional tournament in Woodstock on April 17.

The Charlton County Indian baseball squad split a pair of region contests last week after falling on the road to Clinch County and blasting Wilcox County at home. The Tribe is now 11-5 overall and is 6-2 in Region 2-A. Charlton is currently twelfth in the recent power rankings.

The Bethune Middle School Braves scored twice in the bottom of the seventh inning to steal away a win from Camden Middle School last Tuesday at home. The Braves are now 7-3 on the year.

The Charlton County Indians split a pair of games last week, losing to Clinch County before defeating Wilcox County. 

The Charlton County baseball team saw their record improve to 10-4 on the season after knocking off region foes Lanier County and Echols County before defeating Bradwell Institute. The Tribe is now 5-1 in Region 2-A play, just a half-game behind Telfair County, who comes in at 6-1.

The Bethune Braves saw their record drop to 6-3 on the year after losing to Fernandina Beach, 10-3, last Monday at home.

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