The Georgia High School Association Board of Trustees voted last week to delay the start of football season two weeks. So the first game for Charlton County will now be on September 4 against Brantley County. All ten games will remain on the schedule.

Indian football players will be out and about selling SCORE Cards this week. This is a fundraiser for the team and the card can be used for discounts at various places in Charlton and surrounding counties. If interested see an Indian football player or contact a member of the coaching staff.

While football is being delayed, the Maidens softball schedule will start on time. Official practice starts Monday with the Maidens traveling to Thomasville for a tournament on Saturday, August 8.

Signups for youth football, soccer, and cheerleading are currently underway until August 20. For further information contact the Recreation Department at 496-7037. 

Former Indian Jack Gowen continues to impress for the Savannah Bananas. Gowen pitched in two games last week going four scoreless innings and striking out eight batters.

Chris Milton has reported to training camp for the Tennessee Titans. Milton is coming off an injury that cut short his season last year and will be working hard in preparation of his fifth NFL season.

Courtney Williams did not play in the Atlanta Dream's season opening win on Sunday against the Dallas Wings for undisclosed reasons.

The Atlanta Braves opened up the 2020 baseball season in New York against the Mets by taking two of three games. The Braves got good pitching and timely hitting in their two wins.

The NFL has decided to cancel all preseason games this year so players will have to show what skills they have during training camps in order to make opening day rosters.

The NBA will finally resume the end of their regular season beginning Thursday and run for about two weeks before starting the playoffs. Of the 22 teams in Orlando, 12 have already clinched one of the 16 playoff berths. 

At the 3M Open in Minnesota Michael Thompson beat Adam Long by two strokes to claim his second career PGA Tour win and his first since 2013.

Last Thursday, at the Kansas Speedway, Denny Hamlin passed Kevin Harvick in the final laps and then held off a charging Brad Keselowski to win his fifth NASCAR Cup Series win of the season.