TIGER — Scores of children sporting Rabun red dotted the football field Monday and Tuesday nights, participating in the Junior Wildcat Football Camp.
Football season might have ended, but the awards and accolades continue to pile on for Rabun County’s football players.
Two of the best teams in the Georgia High School Association AA classification squared off Friday night in a titanic matchup before a sea of red as Rabun County fans traveled more than four hours t
The story of Rabun County’s football team will continue for another chapter on Friday when the Wildcats head to Fitzgerald to play the No. 2 team in the state.
For the second consecutive year, the Rabun County Wildcats are headed to the state quarterfinals. It was earned after a dominant 42-7 win over Vidalia High School on Friday night.