Rabun focuses on health, basics during bye week

Rabun County linebacker Hoffman Windham (30) pursues North Murray quarterback Ladd McConkey during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Aug. 30. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — After getting off to a healthy 2-0 start to the football season, Rabun County used its first bye week to focus on the health of its players, while keeping fundamentals sharp. “It is a chance…

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