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Lumpkin And Dawson County Special Games

Lumpkin County will be hosting Dawson County for the 2018 Special Games. fiVE BELoW is partnering with the school districts to support the fun! See the attached flyer to learn how you can help our special athletes have a fantastic day!

Indian Baseball At Chestatee Tuesday

The Indians were on the wrong end of a 10-0 game last night at Chestatee. They hope to bounce back with a Diamond Day tournament at Gilmer on Saturday. Indians first game at 1pm. Go Indians!!!

Indians win over Gilmer

The Indians baseball team defeated the Gilmer County Bobcats 8-5 on Thursday night. The Indians got things moving in the second inning, when Dalton Caldwell drew a walk, scoring one run. The Indians notched three runs in the fourth inning. The offensive onslaught was led by Dalton Stephens, Nick Turner, and Braylen Chastain, who each had RBIs in the inning.

Grand Opening Of The New Multipurpose Facility Named Tribe House

The new Multipurpose Facility had a ribbon cutting and open house event Monday, February 12th. Now that the ribbon has been cut, the building will henceforth be called the “Tribe House”. Dr. Rob Brown, Superintendent of Lumpkin County Schools, conducted the ceremony and listed the many diverse activities that will now be possible in the Tribe

Lumpkin Wrestlers Bring Home Hardware From The State Tournament

Lumpkin County took 6 wrestlers to the state tournament this weekend. On Friday Keller Brown won his first match to advance into the finals. Nolan Wheeler also advanced to the finals winning his semi final match with a 2 point overtime victory. Levi Seabolt, a Lumpkin sophomore, made it to state but lost two tough

Academic Team Competed In The State Tournament Today

Lumpkin County Academic Team went to the state tournament today. They ended up with a 6th place finish. Congratulations to Coach Hopper and the Academic team on a great year! Go Indians!!! #LumpkinPride  

Lady Indians Season Comes To A End Too Soon

Playing the host team East Hall tonight the Lady Indians played hard and never gave up. East Hall came out of the blocks hot and went up 9-18 by the end of the first period. The Indians out scored East Hall in the second by three points. At the half Lumpkin 16 East Hall 22.