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Lumpkin Boys Day Two At The Battle of the States Tournament

Lumpkin battled a team from Piedmont Al. this morning. The Indians kept this game close. The end of the first period Lumpkin was down 5 12-17. Lumpkin played a great second period and went into the half trailing by 1 29-30.  Piedmont widened the lead in the third to 10 points to lead 44-34. The

Lady Indians Have Big Day At Battle of the States Thursday

The Lumpkin Ladies put on a strong performance this morning. Bella Davenport, Mackenzie Pulley, Clara White, Maddie Self and Makenzie Caldwell all had a great outing. The Indians led after one 17-8 over Darlington. Going in at half the ladies were up 27-18. A strong third period had the Indians leading 52-27. The final ended

Lumpkin County Boys Open Battle OF The States Tournament Against Murphy N.C.

Coach Steele added several Freshmen to the roster for the tournament and lost a couple of veterans with a internal discipline situation. The Indians put up a great fight and at times were down only by three points. Austin Black and Patrick Jackson led the Indians with 13 points each. At the end of the

Lumpkin Girls Kick Off The Battle Of The States Tournament

The Lady Indians open the Battle of the States Christmas Tournament vs Murphy N.C. Murphy came out of the blocks hot scoring 21 points in the first period to the Indians 2 points. Lumpkin started to come alive in the second scoring 18 points to end the period with 20 to Murphy’s 42. After the

The Football Season Is Over But Accolades Keep Coming for Lumpkin Athletes

Josh Chastain has been named 2017 Lumpkin County Player of the Year from North Georgia SportsLink. Also Lumpkin County kicker Wesley Wells has been chosen to play in the Georgia Elite Classic Thursday December 28. Congratulations to these two Lumpkin County Athletes. Go Indians!!! #LumpkinPride

Merry Christmas

Everyone in Lumpkin County Athletics wishes each and everyone of you a Very Merry Christmas! We hope you all have a Wonderful Holiday! Go Indians!!!

Lumpkin Boys Fall At Home To Mt Zion

Things started out great for the Indians as they scored 5 unanswered points to start the game. Apparently that only served to wake the Mt Zion squad. The first period ended with the Indians behind 7-19. Mt Zion was hot from the 3 point line making 10 in the first half to lead at the

Ladies At Home vs Mt Zion

With  the last game before Christmas the ladies looking to rebound did just that. At the end of one Lumpkin led 10-9 over Mt. Zion. The Indians started the second period with a 10-2 run to head into the half leading 23-10. Adding 12 more points in the third Lumpkin increased the lead to 35-18.

Indians Face Gilmer At Gilmer

Boys Basketball went on the road to take on Gilmer at their house. Lumpkin coaches are still working hard at finding the right combination on the court. Showing flashes the last couple games tonight just did not go the Indian’s way. Gilmer handed Lumpkin a 90 – 56 loss. The Indians will be home Tuesday