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                                   CHARLTON CO. INDIANS
                                       REGION CHAMPIONS 
                        1971,1974,1975,1976,1978,1979,1990,

                        1992,1994,1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,

                        2000,2002,2003,2006,2007,2008,2009
                                       STATE RUNNERUPS
                                       1978,1990,2003, 2013
                                       STATE CHAMPIONS 
                                       1999,2004,2005,2006




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Lance Thompson-Signing Day
Wednesday, February 26
Lance Thompson Signs With Earlham College

Charlton Co. senior linebacker Lance Thompson has signed a letter of intent to play college football at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. Earlham is a NCAA Division III school and Thompson will join former Indian Michael Alberts, who started every game as a true freshman this past season. Thompson broke the Charlton Co. single season record for tackles this past year and was an instrumental part in leading the Indians to the state championship game. He was a first team all region selection and was named honorable mention all state by the Georgia Sports Writers Association.

Will Gowen-Signing Day
Wednesday, February 5
Will Gowen Signs With Sewanee University

Charlton County defensive lineman Will Gowen has signed a letter of intent to play college football at Sewanee University. Sewanee is a Division III school located in Sewanee, Tennessee and is a member of the Southern Athletic Association. Gowen was a two time first team all region selection as well as a two time All Region Academic Team selection. Gowen finished his career with 120.5 tackles and 13.5 quarterback sacks from his defensive tackle position.

Friday, January 24
Champ Bailey's trip to the Super Bowl was 'meant to be'


Monday, January 20
This one's for Champ Bailey


Sunday, December 29
Four Indians Honored on GSWA All State Team


Sunday, December 29
Harrington, Thompson, T.Dasher Named Honorable Mention All State by AJC


Tuesday, December 17
Harrington, M.Dasher Highlight Indians on All Region Team

Quarterback Trae Harrington was named the Region 2-A Offensive Player of the Year andd Michael Dasher was selected as the Defensive Player of the Year to lead a group of eleven Indians named to the All Region First Team.

Trae Harrington, Senior-Region 2-A Offensive Player of the Year

Trae Harrington, Senior-First Team Quarterback

Curt Nixon, Junior-First Team Wide Receiver

Levi Cribb, Junior-First Team Offensive Lineman

Michael Dasher, Sophomore-Region 2-A Defensive Player of the Year

Will Gowen, Senior-First Team Defensive Lineman

Tevis Dasher, Junior-First Team Linebacker

Lance Thompson, Senior-First Team Linebacker

Julian Roberts, Senior-First Team Defensive Back

Trae Harrington, Senior-First Team Punter

Scott Birchall, Junior-First Team Long Snapper

Curt Nixon, Junior-First Team Punt Returner

Second Team Selections were:

Andrew Lee, Sophomore, Running Back

Daveron Reed, Senior, Wide Receiver

Jamez Davis, Senior, Center

Dalton Combs, Senior, Offensive Lineman

Tanner Morgan, Senior, Offensive Lineman

Teon Burroughs, Sophomore, Defensive Lineman

Drake Gillis, Senior, Linebacker

Scott Birchall, Junior, Defensive Back

All Freshman Team

Mookie Smith, Defensive Lineman

All Academic Team

Jamez Davis, Will Gowen, Drake Gillis, Antonio Tarpley, Tanner Morgan, Curt Nixon, Levi Cribb, Trent Mahoney

 



Sunday, December 15
Final AJC Rankings


Sunday, December 15
Class A Public Championship: Marion Co. 12 Charlton Co. 3


Sunday, December 8
Blocked Point After Dooms Irwin


Locker Plaques
Thursday, December 5
Help Support the Locker Project

Dear Indian Supporters and Alumni:
On Thursday, August 15, 2013, the Indian Football team moved into a much needed, new Field House. This facility was built through the SPLOST fund voted on by the Citizens of Charlton County. This was made possible through the leadership of Dr. John Lairsey and the Charlton County School Board.
The Charlton County Quarterback Club stepped up and purchased 75 lockers to furnish the facility. These lockers were at a cost of $40,000. In an effort to defer some of the cost the Quarterback Club is giving an opportunity to place a permanent sponsorship plaque in a locker. These plaques are custom made and can have any information you desire. You can dedicate the locker to a former player, yourself, a coach, a student, a supporter, a business, memorial, or any other organization.. You can have any saying from “Go Indians” to “Expect to Win” to any other motivational saying you wish. If you are interested in sponsoring a locker, the tax-deductable price is $200 dollars. Please feel free to contact Coach Rich McWhorter at 912-282-9219, or Brian Huling at 912-496-7351.


Thursday, December 5
Charlton County football team will need all weapons against Irwin


Wednesday, December 4
Lee has Made Big Difference for Charlton


Wednesday, December 4
Seminole County eliminated from Class A playoffs in rout


Saturday, November 23
Commerce Struggles to Contain Charlton Run Game


Friday, November 15
There’s no place like home: Tigers to host Charlton County in first round of Class A state playoffs


Friday, November 15
Indians To Open Playoffs at Commerce

The Charlton Co. Indians will open up the first round of the GHSA Class A playoofs on November 22nd against Commerce. The Tribe will be on the road for the first round game which is scheduhled to kickoff at 7:30. This will be the first ever meeting between the two schools.

Sunday, September 1
Nixon, Gowen Set, Tie Records in Brantley Win

Charlton Co. wide receiver Curt Nixon set one school record and tied another in Friday night's game against Brantley Co. Nixon's 91 yard scoring recption from Trae Harrington in the fourth quarter was the longest pass play in school history. Also Nixon's 208 receiving yards tied the record set by D.J. Donley in 2005 against Fitzgerald.

Also defensive lineman Will Gowen tied the record for most quarterback sacks in a game with four matching the record set by current CCHS defensive coordinator Norris Woods, who performed the feat against Irwin Co. in 2001.



Sunday, September 1
Personal foul ends Charlton-Brantley game early


Saturday, August 17
Indians Drop Scrimmage at Pierce Co. 28-18

   The Charlton Co. Indians dropped a 28-18 decision to Pierce Co. Friday night in a preseason scrimmage game in Blackshear. The action was marred by sloppy, wet field conditions as the scrimmages was played in rain throughout.

   The Tribe got a five yard run by quarterback Trae Harrington to go along with two Harrington touchdown passes that went to Tevis Dasher(10 yards), and Daveron Reed(24 yards) for the Indians scoring.

   The scrimmage saw 80 pass attempts combined by both squads. Harrington passed for 220 yards while Pierce had 172 yards through the air. Scott Birchall was the leader pass catcher with seven receptions for 61 yards while Curt Nixon(64 yards), Dasher(47 yards), and Reed(41 yards) all got involved in the passing game. Harrington added 55 yards on the ground while the Indian defense limited the Bears to just 43 rushing yards.

   Defensively the Indians played well for the most part but gave up too many big plays in third down situations. Drake Gillis recovered a Bear fumble while Curt Nixon intercepted a Pierce pass. Brandon Dell registered two quarterback sacks while Mookie Smith and Gillis split a sack.

   The Indians will now get back to work and continue to strive to make improvements in anticipation of the regular season opener against Brantley Co. on August 30th at Indian Field.



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