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2014 Indians Baseball

Team Leader Stats

Team Batting Average
.350

Offensive Leaders (More than 20 plate appearances)

Batting Average

LJ Talley .515
Josh Crosby .381
Richard Dasher .379

On Base Percentage

LJ Talley .647
Josh Crosby .492
Jesse King .487

Runs Batted In

Jesse King 42
LJ Talley 33
Josh Crosby 26

Home Runs

Jesse King 8
LJ Talley 8
Will Gowen 3

Triples

LJ Talley 7
Josh Crosby 3
Jesse King 2

LJ Talley .647
Josh Crosby .492
Jesse King .487

LJ Talley .515
Josh Crosby .381
Richard Dasher .379

LJ Talley .647
Josh Crosby .492
Jesse King .487

Doubles

LJ Talley 11
Derek King 9
Scott Birchall 8

Stolen Bases/Caught Stealing

Josh Crosby 25/4
LJ Talley 24/2
Scott Birchall 9/1

Pitching Leaders (More than 10 IP)

Team Earned Run Average
.981

Wins/Losses

Jesse King 11-1
Richard Dasher 9-1
LJ Talley 7-0

Earned Run Average

Jesse King 0.333
Richard Dasher 1.014
LJ Talley 1.448

Strikeouts

Richard Dasher 57
Jesse King 55
LJ Talley 53

Defensive Leaders (more than 10 total catches)

Team Feilding Percentage
.925

Fielding Percentage

Chandler Peeples 1.000
Hampton Huling .976
Derek King .968

Put Outs

Derek King 163
Hampton Huling 160
Jesse King 60

Assists

Dylan Turner 63
LJ Talley 49
Richard Dasher 49

Double Play

Hampton Huling 13
Dylan Turner 11
LJ Talley 6

2013 Region 2-A Football All Region Team

Charlton County's Representatives

Region 2-A Offensive Player of the Year  - QB #15 Trae Harrington, SR

1st Team Offense

QB #15 Trae Harrington - SR
WR #19 Curtis Nixon - JR
OL #58 Levi Cribb JR

Defensive Player of the Year

DL #65 Michael Dasher - SO

1st Team Defense

DL #52 Will Gowen - SR
LB #7 Tevis Dasher -  JR
LB #54 Lance Thompson - SR
NOTE: Holds school record for most tackles in a single season with 111.5
DB #9 Julian Roberts  - SR

Special Teams Players of the Year

P #15 Trae Harrington - SR
LS #4 Scott Birchall - JR
PR #19 Curtis Nixon - JR

Region 2-A All Freshman Team

DL #51 Mookie Smith

Region 2-A All Academic Team

OL #53 Jamez Davis
DL #52 Will Gowen
DE #43 Drake Gillis
DB #29 Antonio Tarpley
OL #75 Tanner Morgan
WR/DB #19 Curtis Nixon
OL #58 Levi Cribb
OL #66 - Kenneth Mahoney

2nd Team Offense

RB #8 Andrew Lee - SO
WR #17 Daveron Reed - SR
OL #53 Jamez Davis - SR
OL #79 Dalton Combs - SR
OL #75 Tanner Morgan - SR

2nd Team Defense

DL #55 Teon Burroughs - SO
LB #43 Drake Gillis - SR
DB #4 Scott Birchall

Honorable Mention

LB #11 TJ Wilson - SO
RB/DB #2 Malik Brunson - JR
LB #12 Brandon Dell - JR
LB #44 Anthony Jackson - SO
OL #66 Kenneth Mahoney - JR
OL #60 Andrew Chesser - SO
K #87 Thomas Johnson - FR

Dome Bound!

The Indians are headed to the Georgia Dome! For the first time since 2006 the Charlton Indians Football team will be playing for the State Championship. Advance tickets go on sale at Charlton County High School Tuesday Dec. 10th for $18. Tickets will be available until 1:00pm on Friday Dec. 13th. Tickets at the gate will be $20. The #9 Indians will face the #2 Marion County Eagles Saturday Dec. 14th at 11:30am. GPB will be carrying the game live on television and GHSA will be streaming at http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/77340. Watch and cheer any way you can! CSN will be there taking pictures, and highlight video, and updating Facebook on the progress of the game. GO INDIANS!

Indians Football Fieldhouse Fundraiser

QB Club Locker Plaques

The locker plaques are starting to come in. Still plenty available to get yours. $200 gets your message or memorial in a locker as long as it stands. Contact Brian Huling (912) 496-7351, or Coach McWhorter (912) 496-2436 to get yours on order. Be a part of Indians tradition.

Vote Mac in 2013 

Our very own Coach Rich McWhorter has been nominated and is one of 8 coaches in the state of Georgia up for USA Today's Best High School Coach. Deadline to vote is October 8th at Noon. From there it will go to a regional vote, followed by the national round. The athletic department of the winning coach will receive $2,000. The following cash prizes will be awarded to the athletic departments of the coaches that receive the 2nd most votes ($1,000), 3rd most votes ($500), 4th most votes ($250), and 5th most votes ($100). Vote at home, vote at work, vote all you can for Coach McWhorter!

http://contest.usatodayhss.com/vote/bestcoach2013/ga

A Letter To Our Viewers

9/16/13 - Adam and I would like to apologize to everyone who tried to watch Friday night's football game at Fitzgerald. We were unaware of a last minute change made to our account by our streaming provider which presented all viewers with a subscription screen. I have been in contact with our provider most of the day yesterday and have been given an answer as to what happened, as well as an apology to pass along to our viewers.

It seems that we as Charlton Sports Net, the Third Party Producer for Charlton County High School broadcasts, are the only third party that does not operate on a subscription model. Earlier in the day on Friday an issue arose that reset all subscription broadcasts to free. While attempting to quickly fix the problem before most games started our account status as non-subscription was overlooked and reset accidentally along with all of the other Third Party Producers.

We had no way of knowing that our broadcast settings had been changed until someone contacted me directly during the game. Luckily, we were able to rectify the situation about an hour into the game and fans were able to begin watching.

I have been assured by the network that this will not happen again during regular season play, and we have setup a new pre-broadcast check to ensure that our events are not changed. If you or someone you know purchased a subscription that night from our broadcast please contact us through our Facebook page (Messages), or via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I will get the information you need to request a refund which the network has said they will issue.

In the future if there is a problem with the broadcast and you have tried refreshing the page, then closing and reopening the browser and still have trouble viewing then please text me, Chris, at (912) 276-3327, please don't call during broadcasts as I will not be able to answer. Depending on the situation in the booth I may not be able to respond right away but usually do during a break. Adam can be reached at (912) 577-6053, but he and I are usually separated during broadcasts as he is in charge of the video crew and is just as busy, if not more so, than me. When we travel we don't always have the luxury of the great internet service we get at home fields. Sometimes the stream may stutter, and buffer. There is nothing we can do about that except to continue on and upload the hard drive recording for on-demand viewing later. We always try everything possible before a broadcast to get the best signal we can for a smooth viewing experience for you, but sometimes there is just little or no signal to be had.

While I have your attention, I'd like to take a moment to prepare you for what this new platform will bring during playoffs this year. As you'll note above I stated "during regular season play". Last year in order to broadcast football and baseball playoffs we had to raise not only travel expenses, but a fee to the GHSA for the broadcast rights. Under our new agreement with the network we will no longer have to raise the fees, only our expenses. In order to do that viewers will be required to purchase a day, month, season, or annual pass to view playoff games. I have been told the day pass is around $10, and monthly $14.95. The monthly would (depending on the sport) get you the majority, if not all of the playoff games for what 2 tickets at the gate would cost to one game. Of the subscriptions sold splits will be made between Charlton Sports Net, Charlton County High School, and the network. Those broadcasts will still have sponsor ads on them as we will still have expenses to take care of.

Once again we apologize for the network error of Friday night, and pass along the apologies of the network. We will all work hard to ensure it doesn't happen again. Please share this to your Facebook wall so that our message can reach as many viewers as possible, and don't forget to thank, and support our sponsors for allowing us to bring you Charlton County Athletics.

Sincerely,
Chris Beasley and Adam Bell

CHARLTON DOMINATES LAST WEEK

09 16 13 - What a week in Charlton Sports last week.  It started with the Braves and Maidens on Tuesday and ended with the Indians on Friday night.  Records tied or broken.  Outstanding plays, landmark wins and clutch home runs.  In a game that had been circled on Braves calendars since the schedules were released. The Bethune Braves hosted Camden Middle School Cougars last Tuesday.    Unlike two weeks prior when the Braves dominated the skies, they did it the old fashioned way against Camden.  On the ground.  Catching Camden's defense completely off guard, #9 Eric Daniels torched the Cougars for 150 yards rushing.  Followed by # 7 Michael Elliot and # 2 Emmanuel Williams posting outstanding rushing numbers of their own. #9 Daniels scored 3 TD's on the day in just the 1st half.  But that's all the Braves would need as the blistering defense dominated the Cougar offense most of the evening.  Allowing just 1 TD on a broken play late in the 1st half.  Then as time expired the younger defense was getting some valuable experience but Camden was able to put 1 more TD on the board late.  Making the game appear closer than it actually was.  The Final Score was Braves 22 Camden 16.  Tuesday the 17th the Braves host Callahan Middle in the 1st of a home and home series with CMS.  The Braves splitting that series last year with Callahan.

Also last Tuesday, in a game CSN carried live, the Maidens hosted Lanier Counties Lady Bulldogs.  Carter pitcher a shutout in the contest.  Maidens run ruled the Bulldogs 11 to 0 in a big Region win.  Then on Thursday Darby McWhorter and the Maidens traveled over to arch rival Clinch county in another Region Matchup.  Darby slaps a 2 run homer to help the Maidens win the big region game 6 to 1.  At the time of this posting the Maidens are 13 - 7 overall and 4 - 2 in the Region with 1 win Irwin County coming to Maiden Field on Tuesday the 17th.

Finally, the week of Charlton Domination climaxed with a trip to Hinesville to take on the Tiger's of Bradwell.  What an atmosphere for American Football.  Military cadet's all over campus and the stadium.  Cadet's in full uniform handling traffic and security ( along with local law enforcement ) and full military Color Guard for the pre game ceremony.  They game opened up with #19 Curtis Nixon doing what he does, lighting up scoreboard. Nixon runs the opening kickoff back 98 yards for the 1st TD of the evening.  Last season the two teams met here in Folkston in what was a defensive, low scoring ball game with the Indians winning 12 to 0.  This contest was fireworks on offense and defense by the Indians.  #15 Trae Harrington would go 34 for 58 for 343 yards and 3Td's.  Tying a school record for completions on the night.  The Indians and Bradwell would trade scores throughout the evening.  Eventually ending with a 38 to 25 Indians win of the 5a squad.  Offensive leaders for the evening receiving were #17 Daveron Reed with 10 catches for 109 yards, #23 Brad Milton and #19 Curtis Nixon with 67 and 63 yards respectively.  #2 Malik Brunson and #6 Ethan Saule also had great nights receiving with 55 and 42 yards respectively. Defensively the Indians were making highlights of their own.  #52 Will Gowen, #55 Teon Burroughs, #51 Mookie Smith and #65 Toby Dasher having their way with the Tigers offensive line.  Burroughs getting a pick from the defensive line position late in the game.  Special teams also played a huge role in the win.  Charlton doing something it hasn't done since 2011.  We kicked a Field Goal.  #87 Thomas Johnson, a Freshman, kicking a field goal in the game.  Obviously the opening kickoff return of 98 yards by #19 Nixon, who would end up with 101 yards on kick returns for the night.  And #15 Trae Harrington kept the Tigers pinned much of the evening in the punt game with 5 punts for 175 yards, averaging 35 yards a punt.  Next up for the Indians is Fitzgerald's Hurricanes this Friday night.  Let's pack the Swamp and make it loud.  We'll also be carrying that game live on our LIVE GAME LINK to the right of this page.  GO INDIANS!!  Stats source for this article from Maxpreps.com.

 

 

Indians take a road trip to Hinesville

Directions from Coach McWhorter:
Mileage: 81 miles
Estimated travel time: 1:45

Hwy 301 North through Nahunta to Jesup
Hwy 84 East from Jesup through Ludowici to Hinesville
Hwy 84 East turns into East Oglethorpe Hwy
Take East Oglethorpe Hwy to the traffic light intersection of East General Stewart Way
Turn left on East General Stewart Way
Olvey Field (Stadium) is on the left

 

INDIANS LIGHT UP HERONS

09/01/13 - Lot's of buildup and anticipation to the football season opener here in Charlton County.  And this past Friday night was no exception.  Friday under the lights had a little bit of everything.  On the field and off there were fireworks.  Shortly after the start of the 1st Qtr the mother nature decided it was time to show off a bit with a little lightning show, sending both teams off the field for the GHSA mandated 30 minute delay from the last strike detected. After play resumed the Indians, led by # 15 Trae Harrington, put on a light show of their own.  Lighting up the Herons defense for 5 touchdowns and 360 yards passing on the night.  Including a record breaking 91 yard TD reception at the end of the game to #19 Curtis Nixon.  Watch clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MUXUgQ3ZrY&feature=youtu.be&a  .  It was just one of 3 TD's for #19 Nixon on the night.  #4 Scott Birchall also had several catches on the record setting evening.  The defense was putting on a show as well with a long interception return by #7 Tevis Dasher and a smothering pass rush by Charlton's huge defensive line that includes Gowen, Burroughs, Dasher and Hobbs.  # 15 Harrington would end the night just a couple of yards shy of his personal career record.  If the game hadn't been called with 3:11 left he probably would have broken that mark as well.  Nixon also tied the Indians receiving record in a game with 208 yards.  Sadly, the game was marred at the end with a ridiculous personal foul play by the Heron's to cause the game to be called at the 3:11 mark.  After the #19 Nixon 91 yard TD reception the Indians lined up for the extra point.  On extra points our record setting QB #15 Trae Harrington is the holder.  In that defenseless holder position by Trae, a Brantley player lined up outside at Defensive End can be seen running straight at Harrington moments before the ball was ever snapped.  Clearly not making an attempt to block an extra point he dove head first into Harrington's body.  While a serious injury could have occurred Harrington was able to walk off under his own power.  After this play, and law enforcement dividing the field, officials called the game.  At the time of this posting, CSN hasn't received any word on any disciplinary action taken by Brantley County Schools on the player involved or the team. The player was immediately ejected by officials and received a disheartening standing ovation from a portion of the Brantley's fan base that was in attendance as he was escorted off the field.  The final score was 34 to 6, Indians Win!!

 

CHARLTON DOESN'T REBUILD.... WE RELOAD!!!

 

 08/28/13 - The Indians future looks pretty bright if Tuesday's afternoon showdown between the Bethune Braves and the Fernandina Beach Pirates is any indication.  On a warm afternoon the two squads took to the field for the Braves season opener.  Before it would be over they would produce 389 yards of Total offense while the Braves defense shut down the Pirates offense.  Offensively there were highlights to go all around.  QB #18 Aj Bell went 8 for 10 passing for a total of 268 yards, 2 TD passes and 1 rushing TD. While #18 Bell was dropping back to pass that offensive line anchored by #42 Tyler Cribb gave him ample time to pillage the Pirate secondary.  Leading the way on the receiving end of all those yards was RB #9 Eric Daniels with 4 receptions for 140 yards and a TD.  On the ground #9 Daniels put up fantastic numbers as well.  On just 6 rushing attempts he ran for 75 yards and a TD.  WR #3 Raykwon Anderson averaged over 40yards per catch with 2 for 83 yards and a TD.  #7 Michael Elliot and Israel Gilyard rounded out the scoring with a 2pt conversion by each. The rushing stat's were added to by QB #2 Emmanuel Williams with another 40 yards in the 4th Qtr.  At that point the Pirates must have been thinking about retreating to the fort.  The Braves were over running the island.  Naturally with the offensive explosion by the Braves offense the defense wanted to get in on the act.  Shutting down the Pirates offense allowing just 30 yards of TOTAL offense.  That vaunted defense that everyone around the Braves has been so excited about, also picked the Pirates off twice in the game.  Raykwon Anderson and Jeremy Robinson sharing those honors.  To date the best defensive performance in the last two season for the Braves vs a full middle school squad.  Getting mentions from the coaches on defense were the following players who convinced the Pirates it might be time to get back on the ship.  Eric Daniels, Michael Elliot, Noah Prescott, Emmanuel Williams, Devan Chastain, Israel Gilyard and Eric Milton.  Having watched this defense in practice. This group is probably one of the fastest middle school defenses in the area.  Lot's of speed off the ball and this group loves to hit.  For all of those stats geeks out there.  Totals for Tuesday game were: The Braves passed for 268 yards, rushed for 121 for a total of 389 yards of offense.  Defensively the Braves looted and pillaged the Pirate offense for 2 interceptions and held them to just 30 yards of total offense.  Indians looking to rebuild, never.... they'll just reload. 

 Maidens Win Region Opener In Thriller

Maidens defeated Wilcox in an extra inning, heart stopping thriller 10 to 9.  Trailing late the game the Maidens scratched and clawed their way back in it.  Tying the game at the end of regulation 9 to 9.  Then on a play that Coach Baxter said he actually puts on a test to his ball teams, the Maidens win it on a tag up foul ball catch from 3rd.  There will be more on the game tomorrow evening with stats and highlights.  You can replay all of the heart stopping action anytime at:  http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/65231  Produced by Charltonsportsnet.  Please, as always.  Thank our sponsors.

RAIN RAIN GO AWAY ...

    ..... Rain and a slick football set the stage last night at the Pierce Scrimmage in Blackshear. Dropped passes due to slippery footballs and an early fumble hurt the Indians Friday evening. Opening kickoff was fumbled and recovered by Pierce which led to the first score of the evening. However, the Indians came storming right back with a mixture of short passes from Trae Harrington and catches by Nixon, Reed and Birchall, and a power running package to bring the game within one point 7 to 6. From there the Bears pulled away in the first half scoring 28 points total. Indians did mount a comeback pulling within 10 before the half ended. Going into the half trailing 28 to 18. The tribes defense stiffened in the second half, with several stops in the backfield by Lance Thompson and that strong front 4, forcing a Pierce offense to give up the ball on 4 consecutive series. The Indians offense threatened to pull the game to within 3 points but ill timed penalties stalled several solid Indian advances. The Varsity final score was 28 to 18. In b team action in the 4th Qtr the Bears scored a late TD to win their contest with our Indian B's 6 to 0.

 

FOOTBALL IS IN THE AIR!!

With Passing Competition's during football summer practice.  The football's have literally been in the air.  Indians passing game looking good with strong showings in the offseason passing competitions.  Harrington, Mixon, Birchall, Lee and company look to have another run at the state playoffs in 2013.  All of the football schedules have been on our Football page all summer.  As always, feel free to copy/paste them and keep for reference.  Indians football has another very strong schedule with bodes well in the power rankings.  However, we all know the when the W's come the Power Rankings will follow.  With huge games again against the likes of Ware, Fitzgerald, Bradwell, not to mention region rivals like Clinch and Wilcox, this season is already setup to be another exciting football season in Charlton county.  Buy your season tix's and support all of CCHS football. From the Braves to the varsity unit.  GO CHARLTON!!

 

 

WHAT A WEEK IN CHARLTON COUNTY!!

Monday saw the Indians with Jesse King on the mound, win a nailbiter in extra innings. 3 to 1 to win Indians Baseball their first State Championship in their 2nd appearance in two years.  Indians trailing 1 to 0 when Scott Beasley hit's one over the left field fence to tie it at 1 all.  Jesse King did a phenomenal job on the mound as Gordon Lee never quite adjusted to his unique style of pitching.  King holding a team that was averaging over 13 points a game during the playoffs, to just 1 score.  Then in extra innings Talley hits a double driving in 2 more runs to put the Indians up 3 to 1.  Jacob Baxter capped off his dream week by flipping a ball to second base for the last out in the series.  Crowning the Indians State Champs.  Earlier Baxter had signed with ABAC college.  Congrats to the Indians on winning State.  The game was webcasted by us and had 1102 live views.  Most views ever for a single game we've webcasted.  That game and series are archived and can be viewed on our ustream Game of the Week channel by clicking the link to the right of this page.

Spring Awards were held this week as well.  Those can be seen on our youtube channel.

FOOTBALL IS BACK

 Bethune's Braves and the Varsity Indians held their Spring Games on Thursday.  Bethune taking the field first. Eric Daniels put on a show again this year by scoring and running almost at will.  The Braves also took a good look at Michael Elliot at running back.  Elliot had a huge 28 yard reception from Aj Bell and several great runs to mark his Braves debut.  Jay Harris caught a 18 yard reception from Bell also in the scrimmage. Tyler Cribb, making several stops in the backfield,  Jack Gowen and Cole Giddens, among others, led the Braves defense.  Highlights and the entire game can be seen on our Game of the Week ustream channel.

 

After the Braves took the field Trae Harrington and the Indians showed they haven't missed a beat on offense since making the playoffs last season.  Nixon leading the team in receptions and TD's,  it's apparent the Indians are bringing back that high flying offense again this season.  Indians did rush the ball gaining positive yardage.  Indians defensive line played very well against the run though with several stops behind or at the line of scrimmage.  Linebackers have big shoes to fill with the departure of Brent Wildes but they played solid Thursday.  2013 football schedule is on our Football page and the complete spring game can be seen at our Game of the Week channel.

 

FOOTBALL SCHEDULES ARE OUT FOR 2013

Check out Football page for complete Bteam and Varsity Schedules 

 

******** ALL REGION TEAM 2012-2013 *******

11-27-12 As stated on the Coach Mac Show to be "aired" on the 28th.  Here are Charlton's Representatives on the All Region Team.

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

WIDE RECIEVER  #20 CJ MAINOR  -  Junior

WIDE RECIEVER #19 CURTIS NIXON - Sophomore

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

LINEMEN #65 MICHAEL DASER - Freshman

LINEMEN #52 WILL GOWEN - Junior

LINEBACKER #6 RYAN YOUNG - Senior

LINEBACKER #46 BRENT WILDES - Senior

DEFENSIVE BACK #12 DEVIN JONES - Senior

DEFENSIVE BACK #19 CURTIS NIXON - Sophomore

REGION 2A SPECIAL TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR #15 TRAE HARRINGTON - Junior

FIRST TEAM LONGSNAPPER #46 BRENT WILDES - Senior

FIRST TEAM KICK RETURNER #12 DEVON JONES - Senior

ALL FRESHMAN TEAM #55 TEON BURROUGHS, #65 MICHAEL DASHER, #8 DREW LEE

REGION 2A ALL ACADEMIC TEAM

#56 MICHAEL ALBERTS, #46 BRENT WILDES, #68 DANIEL WADE, #53 JAMEZ DAVIS, #78 CODY DAVIS, #52 WILL GOWEN, #43 DRAKE GILLIS, #29 ANTONIO TARPLEY, #6 RYAN YOUNG, AND #50 HAMPTON HULING

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

QUARTERBACK #15 TRAE HARRINGTON - Junior

WIDE RECEIVER #17 DEVERON REED - Junior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN #56 MICHAEL ALBERTS - Senior

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN #68 DANIEL WADE - Senior

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN #43 DRAKE GILLIS - Junior

HONORABLE MENTION

#25 CALEB SMITH LB, #58 LEVI CRIBB C, #53 JAMEZ DAVIS C, #69 RUFUS BARNES OL,  #8 ANDREW LEE LB, #11 TJ WILSON LB, #27 JONATHAN WEST DB, #21 TYREE SAVAGE RB-LB, #78 CODY DAVIS OL, #59 ZACH DAVIS OL-DL

 

 

 

 

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