Rabun County starts closing stretch at Elbert County

  • Rabun County wide receiver Tate Ramey (34) catches a pass while teammate Braxton Hicks watches during a game against Banks County at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Scott Poss/Special to The Tribune)
    Rabun County wide receiver Tate Ramey (34) catches a pass while teammate Braxton Hicks watches during a game against Banks County at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Scott Poss/Special to The Tribune)
  • Rabun County defensive linemen Will Hightower (6) and Brock Thompson (69) and cornerback Hunter Moore (22) work against Banks County offensive linemen at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County defensive linemen Will Hightower (6) and Brock Thompson (69) and cornerback Hunter Moore (22) work against Banks County offensive linemen at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County linebackers Trent Miller (35) and Brody Jarrard (13) pursue a Banks County fumble at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County linebackers Trent Miller (35) and Brody Jarrard (13) pursue a Banks County fumble at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County cornerback Hunter Moore (22) tackles a Banks County ballcarrier at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Scott Poss/Special to The Tribune)
    Rabun County cornerback Hunter Moore (22) tackles a Banks County ballcarrier at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger on Oct. 4. (Scott Poss/Special to The Tribune)
TIGER — With another bye week behind them, the Rabun County Wildcats are set to take on their last four regular season games. It starts with a visit to Elbert County at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The Blue…

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