Wildcats visit winless Hurricanes in second region clash

  • Rabun County running back Brody Jarrard (13) carries the ball behind blockers during the first half against Putnam County at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County running back Brody Jarrard (13) carries the ball behind blockers during the first half against Putnam County at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County linebacker Trent Miller (35) pursues Putnam County quarterback Waylon Wooten during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County linebacker Trent Miller (35) pursues Putnam County quarterback Waylon Wooten during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
  • Rabun County linebacker AJ Wheeler (3) is blocked by a Putnam County wide receiver while rushing the line of scrimmage during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
    Rabun County linebacker AJ Wheeler (3) is blocked by a Putnam County wide receiver while rushing the line of scrimmage during the first half at Frank Snyder Memorial Stadium in Tiger last Friday night. (Glendon Poe/The Clayton Tribune)
TIGER — Rabun County and Monticello had polar opposite starts to their respective football seasons. While the Wildcats remain undefeated, the Hurricanes remain winless. Rabun travels for its second…

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