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Lumpkin County Farm Bureau Indians Baseball Player Of The Week

Congratulations to Nick Turner for being named Player Of The Week for week ending 3-30. Nick batted .375 with a .500 OBP. Defensively he had 12 putouts and 8 assist. On the mound he pitched 3 1/3 innings allowing 3 earned runs and struck out 7.Congratulations Nick on being named Player OF The Week.  Go

Lumpkin County Welcomes Head Wrestling Coach

Lumpkin County on Tuesday announced Sean Hage as the new Head Wrestling Coach. Hage is coming from Newman High School. Congratulations and Welcome Coach Hage.

Lumpkin Football Coach Accepts New Job

Head Football Coach Shane Williamson has accepted the Head Football Coach position at Hawkinsville High School. The announcement was made this morning by Athletic Director Nicky Jenkins. In the announcement Jenkins thanked Coach Williamson and wished him all the best in his new position. Lumpkin will start the search immediately for a new Head Football

Indian Baseball On The Road To Cherokee Bluff

Cherokee Bluff jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the first inning. By the end of three innings the Bluff was up 4-0. The Indians fought hard and after four Cherokee Bluff was ahead 6-0. The game ended after 5 innings with Cherokee leading 10-0 over the Indians. The Indians will host the Bluff on

Lady Indian Tennis In First Round Of State Tournament

Lady Indians tennis season comes to a end in the first round of the State Tournament. The Indians were a Region 7 three seed faced Murray County a Region 6 Two seed. The match ended with the Indians falling 0-3. Go Indians!!! Indian Pride!

Physical Day April 22

Lumpkin County High School will be hosting “Physical Day” on Mon April 22 from 3pm until everyone is seen. Physicals are $10 and all proceeds go to the Athletic Training Dept. Physical Forms available under the MORE tab at the top of the page or the School Office. To get a physical, all paperwork MUST be

Lumpkin Baseball In Non-Region Game Against Pickens Today

Pickens scored 2 in the first inning in today’s game at the Indians house. The Indians came back in the second to tie the game. The Indians put four runs across in the third to take a 6-2 lead. The Indians added another run in the fourth and five more in the fifth. Pickens scored

Lumpkin County Indians Baseball Complex

Great job ⁦Coach Gastley⁩ on our AAA field of the year! Thanks Mr. House for the aerial view. Well done!

Ladies Soccer VS Buford On Friday

The Lumpkin County Ladies varsity soccer team lost Friday’s away non-conference game against Buford by a score of 5-0. The Indians will face North Forsyth on Tuesday at home. Go Indians!!! Indian Pride!