Lincoln County's 2020 gridiron slate features new venues from Hiawassee to Statesboro, perennial state powers, old rivals, and a neighboring school that hasn't played the Red Devils in over 80 years.
Lee Chomskis is returning to Lincoln County High as Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.
The GHSA approved Warren County's request to move from next year's Region 8-A Public to Region 7-A Public, reducing the size of Lincoln County's new region.
This year's Region 7-A teams will move to five different regions for 2020.
GHSA has released the tentative region assignments for the 2020-2022 school years. Lincoln County will be in 8-A Public with Washington-Wilkes, Warren County, Greene County, Commerce, Social Circle, and Towns County.
|Abbeville, SC||L 7-10||away||[FFN]|
|McCormick, SC||W 41-0||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Tattnall Square||W 25-0||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Warren County||W 41-14||away||[FFN]|
|Greene County||W 49-13||away||[FFN]|
|Hancock Central||W 49-14||BBF-LCS||[FFN]|
|Tattnall Square||W 35-7||away|
|Nov 22||Commerce||W 21-17||BBF-LCS|
|Marion County||L 21-28||away|
Just a few stitches
Dr. Weems Pennington was a great town doctor, school supporter, and team booster. One incident really puts an exclamation point on this. In the early 1960s, a Red Devils player came out of the game with a bad cut on one of his eyebrows. Doc headed to the bench, grabbed his bag, and had the player sit. Doc stitched up the cut and sent the player back in the game after missing only a play or two. That player was Weems Pennington II, who became a leading cardiologist in Augusta. His son Weems III is a leading cardiologist in Aiken SC.
Lincoln County's last losing season was 1972.