Rabun County scored early and often, cruising to a 62-21 win in a highly touted matchup against Mt. Pisgah.
The Cats were ranked #5 in the state and made their season debut. Senior quarterback Bailey Fisher didn’t disappoint, accounting for four total scores (131 passing yds, 2 TD; 111 rush yds, 2 TD) in just a little more than two quarters.
After leading at the half 45-14, Fisher and company found pay dirt quickly after the second half kickoff. Fisher’s 6-yard touchdown run after a huge kickoff return by Cole Keener made it 52-14. Fisher did not return the rest of the game, giving way to primarily the second string to finish out the game.
Mt. Pisgah was ranked 9th in the state, making this one of the first ranked battles of the season. Below are your local scores:
White Co 66, Lumpkin Co 14
Dawson Co 9, Forsyth Central 0
Union Co 56, Gilmer 14
#5 Rabun Co 62, #9 Mt. Pisgah 21
#9 Commerce 42, Banks Co 13
Stephens Co 28, Franklin Co 0
Alpharetta 29, Gainesville 7
Flowery Branch 38, North Hall 0
West Hall 59, Johnson 7
East Hall 59, Chestatee 37
Jefferson 50, Riverwood 13
#2 Buford 34, Melbourne 17