The Seminole County gridiron Indians, 1-0 after their 28-12 opening season victory over Kendrick in Columbus last Friday, welcome a familiar foe in the Early County Bobcats to Seminole Stadium Friday night, August 26. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.
The Early County game has always been a big game for the Indians, but this year the game is bigger and the stakes are even higher. Early County is now in the same class and region as the Indians and the game’s winner will be positioned well in keeping its post season playoff hopes alive.
Early County is currently 1-0 in the region after shipwrecking and sinking the Miller County Pirates 52-14 last Friday in Colquitt.
Indians head coach Cedric
Stegall commented, “I am so proud of the boys and our coaching staff for the win last Friday against Kendrick. The boys played with the intensity we’ve been pushing towards since last year. Defense, offense and special teams all contributed equally to this win. They played together, with true teamwork. I hope they enjoy this victory and know that every week to come is a new work week because our goal is the region title. I also want to thank our fans and community members who traveled two hours to support our Indians in Columbus.”
New Seminole Stadium expectations
Seminole County Middle High School has released a list of new Seminole Stadium expectations for all home games this season.
In order for all fans and visitors to have a safe and enjoyable time at the Seminole County Football Stadium, the Seminole County School System and the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office will require the following:
All visitors are required to purchase tickets and enter through the visitor’s gate on the South end of the football field.
All Seminole fans will purchase tickets and enter at the home-side ticket booth. Barricades will be present to prevent intermingling between the two sides.
There will be no passes out once you enter the stadium.
Bags of any type will not be allowed into the stadium.
Gang affiliated attire will not be allowed in the stadium. This includes bandanas, “colors”, arm bands, etc.
Elementary school students will not be allowed into the stadium without an adult chaperone.