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Alan Ingram’s Seminole County Indians Wrap Up First Undefeated Regular Season Since 1973


Like I posted on Friday. I traveled to Georgia to watch my good friend Robert Ingram’s Riverwood Raiders compete in the playoffs for the first time in twelve years. What Robert and his staff has done at Riverwood has been remarkable. I also had the pleasure of spending the weekend with Robert’s father Alan Ingram. Alan’s Seminole County Indians finished with their first undefeated regular season since 1973. They are the #1 seed in the Georgia 1A state playoffs. The Indians will have home field advantage all the way to the Georgia Dome. Like his son Robert, Alan has been a client of the Flexbone Association for the last three seasons, conducting camps with Robert each year. As I mentioned in the article last Friday as well, these two men mean so much more to me than a simple client relationship; I am as happy for their success as I am for my own team. If you ever have the opportunity to meet the Ingram’s take them up on it. Beware however you may find yourself awake until the wee hours of the morning discussing politics, watermelons, fishing or life in the south in general!

DONALSONVILLE — They waited 40 years for it, but it was worth every second.

The die-hard fans of Seminole County football, who packed the stadium Friday night looking to be a part of school history, were treated to just that when their beloved Herald No. 2 Indians capped off just the second perfect 10-0 regular season following an 18-12 win against No. 4 Mitchell County.

“It’s been a long time. A LONG time,” marveled Seminole County assistant head coach Danny Rambo Sr., who played for Seminole 40 years ago during that last unbeaten mark and watched with the delight as the Indians’ players — including Rambo’s son, Danny Jr., who scored a TD in the win — danced across Seminole Stadium as “We Are the Champions” blared over the loudspeakers following the game. “But it feels good. I just can’t wait to see what’s next.”

What’s next is that Seminole will hosting a first-round state playoff game in two weeks. And by virtue of the victory, which wrapped up the Indians’ third straight Region 1-A crown and secured the No. 1 spot in the GHSA Class A public school power rankings, the Indians won’t have to leave the comforts of Donalsonville until they head for the Georgia Dome in Atlanta as long they keep the wins coming.

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