Wildcats shake off slow start, rout Mountaineers

  • Rabun County wide receiver Sam Adams, left, blocks a North Murray defender, while teammate Sutton Jones, right, runs for additional yards during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County wide receiver Sam Adams, left, blocks a North Murray defender, while teammate Sutton Jones, right, runs for additional yards during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County defensive lineman Phillip Roberson, left, works around a North Murray offensive lineman during the second half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County defensive lineman Phillip Roberson, left, works around a North Murray offensive lineman during the second half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — When the Rabun County football team tangled with North Murray in 2018, it had to fend off a late comeback attempt from a passing attack. The passing game wasn’t the mighty beast in this year…

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