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:!i~iii!iiii!!iiiiii!i!!!i~! r By JOHN KUYKENDALL The Callaway High Lady Cavaliers won two games last week and the Cavaliers split games falling to Spencer in a region game matchup. On Friday, Jan. 4 the Lady Cavaliers traveled to Columbus to take on the Spencer Owl Greenwave in aRegion 5-AA game and earned at solid 55-25 victory to improve to 3-1 in region play. The Lady Cavaliers jumped out to a solid 16-4 lead in the first quarter and out gunned Spencer in the second quarter 15-6 to build a 31-10 lead at the end of the first half. In the third quarter the Lady Cavalier a uut ~ured Spencer 14-4 and held onto a strong 45-14 lead. Spencer won the fourth quarter by a score of 11-10 but it was not enough as the Lady Cavaliers easily won by a 55-25 margin. Niakoe Burks led the Lady Cavaliers in scoring with 13 points in the game; Gabrielle Johnson scored 12 points, Kierra Jackson and Haley Holliday both scored seven points and Jasmine Dukes scored six points. On Saturday night, the Lady Cavaliers hosted the Manchester High Lady Angels and won by a score of 56-44. Sorry, no statistics were available for this game. The Lady Cavaliers are now 6-7 overall and are 3-1 in region play. The Cavaliei's fell to Spencer last Friday but defeated Manchester on Saturday. On Friday against Spencer High, a team boasting an 11- 3 record, the Cavaliers played well but eventually fell to a tou~ll 3p~uuer team by a ~core of 74-62. The Cavaliers led the game early and held onto a slim 20- 19 lead at the end of the first quarter and out scored Spencer 13-12 in the second quarter to take a 33-31 lead at the end of the first half. Spencer out scored the Cavaliers 22-16 in the third quar- ter and led for the first time in the game by a score of 53-49. The Cavaliers were still in the game with the score at 61- 60 with about three and a half minutes left to play but even- tually Spencer got hot on offense and the Cavalier offense struggled and Spencer scored 21 points in the fourth quar- ter while holding Callaway to only 13 to win the game by a score of 74-62. Duke Simpson led the Cavaliers on offense with 14 points on the night; Demetrius Coleman and Javontay Boddie scored 12 points each, Antinez Blount scored 10 points and Jalin Shephard contributed nine points. The cailaway High teams will travel to Jordan on Saturday, Jan. 12 and will travel to Temple on Tuesday, Jan. 15. The Lady Cavaliers will play at 6 p.m. and the Cavaliers will take to the court at 7 p.m. Please come out and support the teams in these important region games. Submitted To The Herald Christmas is gone for awhile but during the season the Starlight Trees in Calvin Hipp Veterans Memorial Park shined brightly helping bring Christmas cheer. People purchased stars on the tree and that funding helps the Pilot Club provide help for those in the community. Among those purchasing stars were: In Memory Of: Crawford & Gwen Ware by Mary Margaret & John Ware; Louise Ware by Mary Margaret & John Ware; Elizabeth Askew by Mary Margaret & John Ware; Claude & Sara McKibben by Eve & John McKibben; Robert & Laura Tillman by Eve & John McKibben; Corey Allen McKibben by Eve & John McKibben; Yvonne Staples McKibben by Eve & John McKibben; Grandmother Jessie Webb by Charlene Vaughan; Daughter & Grandchildren; Mr. Patty Willingham by Son & Grandchildren; Uncle Edward Bruce by Niece Penny; Mrs. Elizabeth Swann by Linda Attaway; Haley Kee by Family; David John by Children, Rosa Dennis by Jackie Dennis; Bumble Bee & Little Bit by Family; Reylee by Crystal Hemmings; Renee Coggin by Daddy & Mother; Nicholas Barrett & Rick Ramos by Elaine Carr; Michael Bailey and John Thomas Arnold by Elaine Carr; Hugh & Altha Fritts by Elaine & Ray Fritts; Christine Samples by Ricky Samples; Ed Samples by Ricky Samples; John Thomas Arnold by Donna Arnold; Frances & Lewis Steward by Donna Arnold; Eugene Crocker by Jean Crocker; Paula Fenda by Jane & Fred Higgins; Andy Linnen Kohl by Jarrett; Bobby Higgins by Evelyn, Children, & Grandchildren; Nedra & Glen Bunch; Louise & Leon Hamby by Margie Bunch; Agatha Jones by Linda & Mike Purgason; Dorothy St. Clair by Wilson St. Clair; T, ina Whitten Pope by Gordon Whitten; Linden Spires & Buck Kelley by Renee Kelley; non Galloway by the Hunters; Chad Hunter by Dad, T.t0y, & Blake; Harold Hunter by Your Children; Justin Wishom by Mom; Marvin & Myrtle Runnels by Becky & Eddie Williarnson; Randy Harris by Peggy Harris; James & Ruby Staley by Peggy Harris; Homer & Lima Harris by Peggy Harris; Ronnie Staley by Peggy Staley; All the Saints of Ebenezer Presbyterian Church by Rev Harrison & Susan Cain; Bubba Hendrix by Jean Webb; Mr. & Mrs. Olton Bailey by Rhonda Richardson; LeGail & Jim Scarborough by Jean Webb; Merlin Webb by Jean Webb. In Honor Of: Hogansville Fire Sue & Odell Peadon by Williamson by Children & Department by Pilots; Charlene Vaughan; Calvin & Grandchildren; Velma & Grady Hogansville Police Department Cliff Massengale by JoAnn Higgins by Children & by Pilots;Hogansville Massengale; Dr. Ed & Jean Grandchildren; tim &Jonathan Merchants byPilots; Arnold by Ellen Davis;Bill Davis Ashbaugh by Mother,Hogansville City Council by by Ellen Davis; Ann Jackson Grandmother, & Family; Brent Pilots; Lee Daniel by Pilots; Zack Gatwood by Gene Gatwood;Williamson by Shirley & Roger & Sam Yates by Pilots; Glenn David Askew by ElizabethWilliamson; Edith Buchanan by & Cynthia Y.ates by Pilots; Mary Brummett;Vena Belle & Bishop Janie & Eddie Dollar; Shirley MargaretbyJohnWare;Holland Reeves by Elizabeth Brummett; Wright by Janie & Eddie Dollar; Ware by Mary Margaret & John Lee & Mary Norris by Elizabeth Mr.& Mrs. Brown DollarbyJanie Ware; Darlene & Cal Brummett; Robbie Robinson by & Eddie Dollar; Raymond Massengale by JoAnn Elizabeth Brummett; Frank Edward Chandler by Dad, Mom, Massengale; John Cal Reeves by Elizabeth Brummett; Don, & Michelle Chandler; Mary Massengale by JoAnn Mr. & Mrs.Willie Laster by Hopson Brook "Mae Mae" by Massengale; Louis Brummett Family; Mr. & Mrs. Grady Ayers Deppy & Sister; Larry Lynch by by Elizabeth Brummett; Beau by Gene & Linda Ayers; Roy Ray & Elaine; SybilGaddy by Brummett by Elizabeth Cagle by Grace Cag[e; Mr. & Pilots; Colleen Sims by Pilots; Brummett; Mark & Rhonda Mrs.JohnnyWilliamso, byMike Fannie Mae Cannon by Pilots; Brummett by Elizabeth & Judy Thomaston; Mr. & Mrs. Roy & Drucilla Cain by Susan Brummett; Mary Ann Askew by Jimmy Thomaston by Mike && Harrison Cain; Johnny Elizabeth Brummett; Judy Glass Judy Thomaston; Mr. Sam LeverettbyElizabethBrummett; by Elizabeth Brummett; Richardson by JoyceJimmy Staley by Peggy Harris; Grandchildren by Ellen Davis; Richardson; Mr. & Mrs. James Nita Strain and Billy Ray Strain Timothy & Braxton Ashbaugh Shelnutt by Karen & Richard by Margie Bunch, Lynn & Robert by Grandmother & Family; Shelnutt; Mr. Jesse Yearta by Alford; Susan St. Clair by Margie George Bailey by Pilots. Center Announces By ANDY KOBER The Hogansville Active Life Center has a host of activ- ities throughout the month. Some of the upcoming activities include: Friday, Jan. 11, Salon 407 by appointment, Craft class at 1 pro; Monday, Jan. 14, David Marlow with Alzheimer's Association visiting at 10 am, Sewing class at 1 pro; Tuesday, Jan 15, Blood pressure checks by Troup County Fire Department, Line Dance at 1 pro; Wednesday, Jan. 16, Salon 407 by appointment, Jewelry class at 9 am, A Little Time in the Word at 10:30 am, Sewing class at 1 pro; Thursday, Jan. 17, Art therapy at 1 pm, Calligraphy class at 1 pm; Friday, Jan. 18, Salon 407 by appointment, Craft class at 1 pm; Scheduled activities are subject to change without notice. iii~i giiiiii iil iii i ii liiiiiii!il Sausage and biscuits are available on Fridays at 9 am for a cost of $1 each, orders must be placed by Thursday. For more information about any activity at the Active Life Center call 706- 637-6606. Photo Submitted IT'S COLD WHERE POLAR BEARS LIVE! Ms. Abbie Anderson's kindergarten babies at Hogansville Elementary School have b'een studying and researching Polar Bears! They enjoyed a Polar Bear experiment using ice cold water and balloons! The balloons signify the blubber that protect the Polar Bears. Pictured having fun are: Zachery Gazaway, Emily Juarez Nunez, A'niya Rhodes, and Claire Borders. (Lily Alston in the background.) Hogansville Library Hosting Fun Events for All By ANDY KOBER January special events at the Hogansville Public Library include: Friday, Jan. 11, Legos at Active Life Center Menu the Library all day; Tuesday, Jan. 15, r,~C~ids Watercolor Activity Learn to Paint With Watercolors by Mrs. Ellen at 3:30 pm Wednesday, Jan. 16, Pro- School Storytime at 10:30 afro2 Computers for Boomers 12:30 pm bring your devices and questions. For more information call the library at 706-637-6230. By ANDY KOBER The staff of the Hogansville Active Life Center has announced the I menu for next week. [JAMES CLINT SMITH Monday, Jan. 14, i Salisbury steak with gravy, scalloped potatoes, tossed salad, banana pudding; Tuesday, Jan. 15, Oven crispy chicken, seasoned spinach, stewed tomatoes, JAMES CLINT SMITH4286@YAH00.COM 303 SOUTH HIGHWAY brownie; 706-637-4991 HOGANSVILLE GA 30230 FAX 706-637-9152 CLINT CELL 70~.302-4144 Wednesday, Jan. 16, BBQ sandwich, coleslaw, potato wedges, ambrosia; Thursday, Jan. 17, Roasted chicken thigh, pinto beans, glazed carrots, tan- gerine; Friday, Jan. 18, Sloppy Joe, potato salad, broccoli, applesauce. Meals are served with low fat milk, coffee or tea, and are subject to change without notice. The Active Life Center is located on Church Street. $10.00 Donation. Give us your address. We will put you on our mailing list. Call Ginny (770) 696-7648 for more information USED CARS S, DAVIS ROAD. 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