The Charlton County Indians won both of their games last week against Clinch and Atkinson Counties, while the Maidens fell to Clinch then came back with wins over Appling County and Atkinson. The Tribe improved to 16-1 and remain perfect at 4-0 in region play, while the Maidens saw their record rise to 8-10 and 2-2 in Region 2-A.
The Indians started out the week on Tuesday at home in a key region contest against Clinch County. With University of Georgia head football coach in attendance the Indians and Panthers battled nip and tuck for the first two quarters with Clinch holding a one point lead at the half. Clinch would get hot in the third quarter and open up a 60-51 lead going into the final frame. But the Tribe would show their mettle and outscore the Panthers 26-9 in the fourth quarter to bring home a 77-69 win. Elyiss Williams led the charge with 22 points, nine rebounds, and nine blocked shots. Four other Indians were in double figures with Jaylen King scoring 15, Jarvis Wright with 14, D.J. Thomas with 11 and Jamari Hamilton with 10 points.