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.
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