FRANKLIN, North Carolina — When the Tallulah Falls School Indians soccer team hit the pitch Sept.
RABUN GAP — Riding the high of their Aug.
CLAYTON — It’s one of the loneliest positions on the football field, a position that involves patience, pacing and plenty of waiting.
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School soccer extended its winning streaking to three games after a 10-0 thrashing of visiting Hayesville (North Carolina) High School on Sept. 8.
The Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School Eagles descended upon Tallulah Falls School soccer pitch to open up the 2016 season on Saturday.