The Bethune Middle School track and field teams put on a good performance last week in a three-way meet that included Hilliard and Callahan Middle Schools.

Rain put a damper on some of the local sports action last week, but the Charlton County baseball team did get two of their four games played during the week. The Tribe fell in their Region 2-A opener against Wilcox County before bouncing back to knock off Bradwell Institute.

The Bethune Braves baseball team got their season off to a good start last Monday scoring all of their runs early on to take a 7-1 win over Camden Middle School.

In a pair of close games last Saturday, the Bethune Maidens split a doubleheader with Fernandina Beach Middle School in Folkston. Fernandina would win the opener before the Maidens rallied back to win the second game.

The Charlton County baseball team opened up their regular season last week and claimed wins in two of the three outings. Charlton would drop the opener to Long County before rebounding back to defeat Hilliard and Brantley Counties.

The spring sports season is in full swing with high school and middle school baseball and softball beginning last week.

If last week’s preseason scrimmage against Ware County is any indication, it looks like the Charlton County baseball team will scrap and claw to the very end and not give up until the final out is recorded. 

The Charlton County wrestling team competed in the State Sectional Tournament this past weekend at Strong Rock Christian Academy, in Locust Grove, and in the end would have two of their wrestlers advance to compete at the State Tournament this weekend in Macon.

Congratulations to Seaquon Clark and Marcell Maxwell for signing letters of intent to play college football at Albany State and Defiance College, respectively. Best of luck as your football careers continue.

The Charlton County High School wrestling team sent nine wrestlers last weekend to the Area Tournament at Irwin County, and eight of those advanced to the Sectional Tournament by placing in the top four in their weight classes. The Sectional Tournament will be held at Strong Rock Christian S…

In a busy week to wrap up the regular season, the Charlton County basketball teams each won one of their final four games. Both squads defeated Irwin County at home on Monday, before losing on the road at Wilcox County, Turner County and Lanier County.

The Charlton County basketball teams wrapped up their regular season last week and will play in the Region 2-A Tournament beginning on Tuesday at Lanier County.

The Charlton County Indians and Maidens basketball teams won their only games of the week taking down Atkinson County last Tuesday night in Pearson. Their scheduled game on Saturday against Irwin County was rescheduled for Monday night due to the passing of Irwin County head football coach B…

Good news on the home front as Charlton County head football coach, Russ Murray, was released from the hospital after undergoing bypass surgery. Murray is resting comfortably and is on the mend. 

The Charlton County Indians and Maidens both picked up two wins in three tries last week as the Tribe defeated Clinch County and Echols County before falling to Irwin County. The Maidens fell to Clinch and then won out over Echols and Irwin. They have just five regular season games remaining…

The Charlton County basketball teams each won twice last week as the regular season winds down before the Region 2-A Tournament begins on February 3. The Indians are on the bubble as far as making a state playoff run, so the last five games will determine that fate.

The Charlton County basketball teams each played three competitive games last week, but could never get over the hump and dropped home games vs. Wilcox County and Turner County before falling to Brantley County on the road.

The Charlton County basketball teams each dropped three games last week as they continue to play hard, but just haven't been able to get over the hump recently.

The Charlton County basketball teams opened up the new year with three games last week. After falling to Pierce County on Thursday, the Maidens and Indians both lost close games to Lanier County Friday night. But on Saturday, both squads rebounded nicely to take down Hilliard, a team that ha…

The Charlton County basketball teams played some inspired ball last week. While the two teams only managed one win each during the week, they played close games with great crowds. So if you haven't seen them in action, they'll be at home on Tuesday and Friday, against Wilcox County and Turne…

The Charlton County Maidens and Indians continued play during the Christmas break with two away games against Appling County and Jeff Davis. The Maidens were able to defeat Appling, but fell short against Jeff Davis, while the Tribe was unable to pick up a win.

While the 2019 Charlton County Indians didn’t have the year everyone would have liked this past season, several individuals were rewarded for their hard work and effort by being selected to the All Region 2-A Football team. The team was voted on by the head coaches in the region.

The Charlton County boys basketball team dropped a tough game against Clinch County on Monday in Homerville before bouncing back to defeat Brantley County at home on Thursday. The Maidens squad played hard, but came up short in both of their games.

The Bethune Middle School basketball teams kept up their good work last week with wins over Callahan and St. Marys Middle Schools. The Maidens improved to 6-0, while the Braves won their fifth game in a row to improve to 5-1 on the year.

The Charlton County basketball teams both won two of three games last week, as the boys team is now 5-2 on the year, while the Maidens ran their record to 3-4. Both teams will wrap up their pre-Christmas schedule this week as they played at Clinch County on Monday and will be on the road aga…

Charlton County Maidens softball standout Samantha Baxter was recently named Second Team All State by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association. Baxter, a senior infielder for the Maidens led the Maidens into the second round of the Class A state playoffs this past season. Baxter batted .450 …

The Bethune Maidens and Braves both picked up wins last week over Yulee and Hilliard Middle Schools. The Maidens are now 3-0 on the season while the Braves improved to 2-1.

The Charlton County basketball teams have brought some excitement back to the local gym this past season. The boys team has opened up with a 3-1 record so far, while the girls teams consisting of a lot of freshmen and sophomores are playing hard and are in most of the games they have played.

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and didn't eat too much during the long holiday weekend.

The Georgia High School Association met last week and finalized the new regions for the 2020-22 school years. They had previously voted to totally separate the public and private schools in Class A, so there will now be eight public and eight private school regions in Class A. They also have…

The Bethune Middle School Maidens started their basketball season with a bang defeating Yulee Middle School on the road last Thursday, 28-17.

The Charlton County Indians and Maidens got their season off to a good start last week on the road after both teams cruised past Echols County on Friday night and the Tribe would come out on top against Telfair County on Saturday.

The Charlton County basketball teams opened up their seasons last weekend with the boys winning both of their games, while the girls split with Echols and Telfair Counties. They will be on the road until December 7, when they will have their home openers against Telfair.

The Charlton County boys basketball team made a long trek to Thomson for a preseason scrimmage against Thomson High School. The Tribe lost a tough decision, but will begin the regular season this Friday night when they travel to Echols County, along with the Maidens squad. On Saturday they w…

The Charlton County Indians saw their season come to a close last Friday night after falling behind early and not being able to catch up as they lost to Lanier County, 28-14. Seven Indian seniors played their final game in the loss. Seaquan Clark, Randy Nelson, Marcell Maxwell, Zuryan Willia…

The Charlton County football team ended a disappointing season last Friday night with a 28-14 loss to Lanier County to finish the season with a 1-9 record. 

The Charlton County archery team opened up their first match in Statesboro last Saturday with a good effort. Top shooters on the day, with their score, were Jolie Pickren 268, Charles Burch 255, Keshia Daley 249, Heaven Waters 245, Trey Cribb 241, Larry Clairday 236, Thomas Johnson 227, Brea…

The long and rebuilding season for the Charlton County Indians ran into another speed bump along the way last Friday night in Homerville as the two-time defending state champion Clinch County Panthers took down the Tribe by a 48-0 score.

The long season for the Charlton County Indian football team continued last Friday night when they lost to Telfair County, 34-7, on Homecoming night. The Indians’ inability to sustain offensive drives was prevalent again forcing the defense to stay on the field too often.

The Charlton County football team fell to 1-7 on the year after they dropped a 34-7 decision to Telfair County last Friday night. The highlight of the night was an 89-yard touchdown pass from Jaylen King to Randy Nelson, the second longest pass play in Indian history.

The Charlton County Indians’ frustrating season continued last Friday night as youth, inexperience, injuries, and other situations revealed their ugly head as they fell on the road to Wilcox County, 49-0.

The Charlton County Maidens might have seen their season come to a close last week, but their hard work throughout the season didn’t go unrecognized as the All Region 2-A Team was released last week with the Maidens being represented well.

The Charlton County Maidens softball team gave fourth-ranked Lanier County all they wanted, and then some, before finally falling on the road in the second round of the GHSA State playoffs.

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