Lumpkin County Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Lumpkin JV Comes Out On Top Of Pickens

In a very close contest this evening the Lumpkin JV Football squad defeated Pickens by a final score of 7-6. The Indians gave a great effort in winning this game. Go Indians!!! Indian Pride!

JV Football Wins

Lumpkin JV offense and kicking game scores win over White County. The defense kept White Co out of the end zone all night. The final score Lumpkin 10 White County 0. Go Indians!!! Tribe Pride

And So It Begins Football 2018-2019

Today is the first day of practice in pads for the Lumpkin County Indians. Coaches and players worked hard all summer in preparation for the upcoming season. It all comes down to this first day of school and first day of pads. Player to watch to make a big impact for the Indians include Evan Abernathy,

Football Camp And Workouts Begin

And so it begins the road to the Championship. Coaches are Ready Are You? Camps and Workouts for July will begin July 9. Monday – Thursday from 5:30 pm until 8:30 pm. Meet at LCHS stadium. Lets Go Indians!!! Indian Pride!

JV Football At Home vs Fannin County Tonight

The Fannin County football team came to Lumpkin for the final season game. Fannin proved to be the better team on this meeting, with Lumpkin  7 and Fannin 24.

JV Football At Union County

The Indian JV football took their show on the road tonight to take on Union County. The ride home will be a happy one for the team as they defeated Union 12-7. The Indians will face Rabun at home next Thursday. Go Indians!!! #CTC #IndianPride

JV Football Played Dawson At Home Tonight

Lumpkin County Indians faced Dawson County at home tonight. Both teams were able to cross the goal line several times. The Indians put 14 points on the board while Dawson ended up scoring 24. Lumpkin will go on the road next Thursday at Union County. Go Indians!!! #CTC #IndianPride

JV Football In Tough Game Against Fannin County This Evening

The JV Indian football team entertained a region foe in Fannin County tonight. The Indians came up short in the contest as Fannin put 28 points on the board to our Indian’s 6 points. The Indians go on the road to Pickens County September 7 for a 5:30 start. Go Indians!!! #CTC #IndiansPride

A Nice Crowd And A Good Look At The 2017 Indians

Meet the Indians night gave the fans a good look at what the 2017 football season holds. The spread offense showed lots of promise with several long passes and some great run. The defense also looked good.  Quarterback Chandler Woodham showed he could throw the ball and has some good receivers including Tucker Kirk and Julian