Towns County Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 4 - 5
  • Conference Record: 2 - 2

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College Signings at TCHS

Several of the TCHS Senior Athletes will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level next year.  Below are some of the athletes and the college/sport that they have signed with. Reace Hampton signs with Reinhardt College to play football. Peyton Barrett signs with Young Harris College to play soccer. Liam King signs with Young

Reace Hampton signs LOI with Reinhardt University Football

Reace Hampton signed his letter of intent to play collegiate football at Reinhardt University.  We are super proud of Reace and all of his accomplishments on and off the football field.  Reace plans to major in Education with an emphasis in physical education.  Reace wants to be a high school coach after graduation. Go Indians

Fall Sports Recognition

The TCHS Fall Sports Recognition will take place Tuesday, December 15, 2020 in the Bill Kendall Sports Complex at 6pm.  Fast-pitch softball, Cross Country, Football Cheerleading, and Football will be recognized and applauded for their achievements. Due to Covid restrictions and the goal to keep everyone healthy, masks will be required by all (players, coaches,

TCHS Football Season Comes to a Close

The TCHS Varsity football season came to an end Friday, November 20 vs the Washington-Wilkes Tigers.  Washington-Wilkes struck early with three quick scores and the Indians were unable to recover and catch up with the Tigers.  Washington-Wilkes went on to defeat the Indians 41-0. The TCHS football team had a great 2nd season under Coach

Towns’ Oakes climbing rushing chart

From AccessNorthGeorgia:   At nearly the halfway point of the season, northeast Georgia is still being strongly represented among the state’s leaders in rushing, passing, and receiving. Flowery Branch’s David Renard, despite having the week off last week, still leads the state, and Class 4A, in passing with 1,034 yards. East Hall’s Clete Cooper sits

Towns County falls in overtime to Mt Zion 21-20

From Fetch Your News:   The Towns County Indians (2-2) hosted the Mount Zion Eagles (3-0) in a non-conference match up this past Friday night on a rain-soaked field. The Indians came into the matchup with a 2-1 record after a win over Lumpkin County the prior week. With the momentum of making short work

Towns County off to surprising hot start: Or are they?

From AccessNorth Georgia:   HIAWASSEE — Jason Roquemore insists nothing has changed for his Towns County football team. Which considering that the Indians went a disappointing 0-10 in 2019 may not be the most ringing of endorsements on initial examination. “We’re doing the exact same things,” said Roquemore, now in his second season in Hiawassee. “Last

Towns County Opens Eyes with Blowout of Lumpkin

From AccessNorthGA   Towns County opens eyes with blowout of Lumpkin Jason Roquemore’s second season in Hiawassee is starting to look like something of a revival for the Towns County Indians. Friday night was not only the team’s second win a row, marking their first winning streak since 2017, but it was perhaps their most

Towns County thumps Lumpkin for 2nd Straight Win

From AccessNorthGA:   HIAWASSEE — It’s not that Towns County beat Lumpkin County. It’s the manner in which they did so. Towns County piled up 387 yards of offense, most of that in the first half,  and held Lumpkin County to less than 200 yards of offense en route to a stunning 43-14 win at home Friday

Towns Co. Football Gets 1st Win of Season!

The Towns County Indians football team got their first win of the season against Bethlehem Christian Academy on 9-11-2020.  The Indians started out a little slow but finished strong with a convincing 28-14 final score.  Kyle Oakes rushed for 298 yards and 4 TD’s on 33 attempts, but even more it was a great TEAM