Rabun ready for North Murray’s passing attack

  • Rabun County wide receiver Tate Ramey makes a catch along the sideline during a game against Bremen in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson Stadium in Statesboro last Saturday night. (Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County wide receiver Tate Ramey makes a catch along the sideline during a game against Bremen in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson Stadium in Statesboro last Saturday night. (Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County cornerback Braxton Hicks (4) talks with defensive coordinator Rob Stockton during a break in first-half action against Bremen in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson  Stadium in Statesboro last Saturday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County cornerback Braxton Hicks (4) talks with defensive coordinator Rob Stockton during a break in first-half action against Bremen in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson Stadium in Statesboro last Saturday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County defensive lineman Will McCraw (6) pursues Bremen running back Hank Steed (30) during the first half in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson Stadium in Statesboro last  Saturday night. (Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County defensive lineman Will McCraw (6) pursues Bremen running back Hank Steed (30) during the first half in the Erk Russell Classic at Georgia Southern’s Paulson Stadium in Statesboro last Saturday night. (Wayne Knuckles/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — North Murray gave the Rabun County football team some trouble with pass coverage in last year’s meeting. The Wildcats are ready to defend the pass, while respecting the run game when they…

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