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GHSA: Group Practice Sizes Can Increase

Statement from GHSA Executive Director Dr. Robin Hines on Thursday: The GHSA Sports Medicine Advisory Council met Thursday and elected to increase the number of participants in each group from 20 to 25 starting Monday, June 15th with the following stipulations:     1.    The additional participants added to the group should be new

GHSA Clarifies Summer Rules On Groups Of 20, Simultaneous Workouts

Saying that he’s received “no shortage of calls, texts and emails” since lifting his ban on sports activities last week, GHSA executive director Robin Hines sent a memo to his 450-plus member schools Thursday clarifying a few rules about summer conditioning, which can begin June 8. The GHSA guidelines for summer workouts, released May 21,

Virtual Cheer Tryouts For Lumpkin County High School Squads

We are excited to announce Virtual Cheer Tryouts for LCHS Squads beginning June 8. Details and information can be found in our Cheer Try-Outs Google Classroom. The Class code is: sjy6eai Specific questions can be directed to coaches by email: Stephanie Holtzclaw- Competition Cheer stephanie.holtzclaw@lumpkinschools.com Melanie Davenoprt- Basketball Cheer melanie.davenport@lumpkinschools.com Cindy Hunsinger and Suzanne HItt-

Memorial Day 2020

From Everyone at Lumpkin County Athletics wishing everyone a Safe and Happy Memorial Day Weekend. Thank you to all who protect us every day.

GHSA Board Says Athletes Can Return On June 8 With Restrictions

Access WDUN reporting on the GHSA meeting today! THOMASTON — The Georgia High School Association will begin allowing workouts and training with restrictions by its member schools in an effort to begin preparation for a possible return to sporting events in the fall. GHSA Meeting Minutes The organization made its recommendation Thursday during its board of trustees meeting.

MAYBE, June 1st. For High School Student Athletes To Start Conditioning

Georgia High School Association Executive Director Dr. Robin Hines said Wednesday that he hopes to send a detailed plan this week to the state’s high schools where student-athletes would be able to return to their schools beginning June 1 to start conditioning under strict guidance. Speaking on the ‘Georgia Prep Sports: From a Distance’ videocast,

Guidance For State Associations To Consider In Re-opening High School Athletics And Other Activities

By NFHS on May 19, 2020nfhs news The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has released guidance for its 51 member state high school associations to consider in re-opening high school athletics and other activity programs across the nation.   The guidance document was developed by the NFHS Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC), a 15-member advisory committee composed

A Big Congratulations To AD Nick Jenkins

Lumpkin County Athletic Director Nick Jenkins has been named Athletic Director of the Year in Class AAA. That honor is not just in our Region but the entire STATE! Congratulations Mr Jenkins on this honor! We Salute You! Go Indians!!! Indian Pride!