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PAGE 6- ttt)(;AXt';ql.I.l,. |t()ME NEWS- JANUARY 12, 2000 Sports ( AVS Destroy Mr. Zion, 86-26 By: J. Dan Stout Sports Correspondent The eight man Callaway team entertained visiting region opponent Mt. Zion at the Callaway Sports Complex this past week. The CAVS trounced Mt. Zion 86-26 to gain their first region win. With the first full week of Region 5A now underway, the CAVS are looking to place in the region The Cavaliers had four team members score in double fig- ures against Mt. Zion and held the hapless Eagles scoreless for the last quarter of the game. The loss helped Mt. Zion's overall record for the season fall to 1-9. Reggie Jackson poured in 21 points to lead Callaway play- ers in scoring Michael Green had 15 points followed by Jamaal Keyton and Nick Philpot with 10 points. Nate Tatum finished the night with nine points. Callaway's power shooter Demetrius Smith was benched about 12 minutes into the game and did not see action for the remainder of the game. Smith had 7 points when he left the game. He was replaced by Ken Grissom. Grissom had a great game with 6 points and 14 rebounds However, he fouled out with just minutes remaining in the contest. Statistics First 12 Games Name FG% FT% PTS Jackson .49 .80 78 Grier .55 .73 33 Keyton .45 .68 94 Hopson .50 .0 4 Reeves .60 .50 13 Philpot .47 .75 122 Smith .48 .73 235 Tatum .47 .44 56 Spagnolo .38 .66 16 Harrison .45 .63 107 Green .73 .44 70 Grissom .33 .0 2 Callaway 30-20-20-16 - 86 Mt. Zion 9 -10- 7 - 0 - 26 New Shop In Warm Springs!!! Psychic Shop I Iread through Palm, Tarot r Is, Crystal Ball, Psychic Reading's Past, Present, Future, Aura Cleansing, Lucky Charms, Holy Water, Candles Incense, Powers of Love Potions. Ask for other items you may need. Are you facing difficult problems in health, love, marriage, family, business? Do you want to know how to find security, success and happiness? I will guarantee that one visit will change your life so, don't wait any longer. 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CALL TODAY TOLL FREE!I! 1-888-293-3903 FOR HELP Ran & Lynn Arndt Patient Care Consultants Local phone number/fax 706-846-3903 CONCERNED HEALTHcARE "Doing What's Best for the Patient" Med!care, Medicaid, and Private insurance accepted. ] CAVS Win i Last Threl By Bryan GeterlStaff IN YOUR FACE! - The Callaway Cavalier's Demetrius Smith goes up for two points Friday night against 'cross county' rivals Troup Tigers. Smith scored 20 points and the CAVS won the game, 59- 48. Lady CAVS Crush Mount Zion, 86-38 By: d. Dan Stout Sports Correspondent Head Coach Angelia Richardson and her Lady Cavalier squad were still smart- ing from a defeat at the hands of'IYoup County when they met up with the Mt. Zion Lady Eagles this past week. That intensity resulted in an 86-38 win for the Lady CAVS. The Mt. Zion girls brought an overall record of 4 and 6 in to the contest. Callaway jumped out in front early and outscored the Eagles by a two to one margin. Melody McCord lead the Callaway scoring with 19 points. The sure hands and passing of Carla Winston had a lot to do with the Callaway success. Stacey Fitzpatrick, was strong on defense. The entire Callaway team played and all registered on the scoreboard. Friday, January 14, 2000 Callaway plays at Greenville. The next night they play at Bowdon. Callaway's Stacey Smith is still working on rehabilitation of her right knee. Her progress is being followed closely by team trainer Scott Moat. Callaway 19 - 22 - 17 - 27 - 86 Mr. Zion 12 - 4 - 9 - 13 - 38 By Bryan GemrlStaff LET'S CONSIDER OUR OPTIONS! - Callaway head coach Terry Hayes puts his game plan in to action. CASH EXPRESS 706-845-1234 ...... ' ' : :4::::::i ....... ::: .. ...... :. ..,.. :. . : :!i ii i:.iiiiiil ii iiii i!i: ,. Chr!s!mas Bills Plhng Up? 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I By Bryan Geter Associate Editor After losing two games in the Hooters Holiday Shootout in St. Petersburg, Fla., the Callaway Cavaliers bounced back with three victories last week by defeating Heard County, Troup and Mr. Zion. FRIDAY NIGHT THE Cavaliers (10-3) defeated "cross-county" rivals Troup Tigers, 59-48. The Tigers (1-9), who refused to go quietly, took a 25- 23 lead into the dressing room at the break after trailing only by one, 12-11 at the end of the first quarter. Callaway put together a solid second half and outscored the Tigers, 18-12 in the third and 18-11 in the final stanza to record an eleven point victory. Alabama bound Demetrius Smith was the high scorer in the contest with 20 points. He had nine rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block shot. James Harrison followed Smith with eleven points,-fi  rebounds and three assists. R. Jackson scored 10 points in the win and recorded six steals and three assists. No Troup player reached double figures. Head Coach Terry Hayes expressed disappointment in his team's play "We played like we've never seen a basketball in tt,oo d half, but we played so- on ketball m the second;rav Hayes said of his,CAVS.iweth "Troup played a greag an with intensity." he sai,Ir. D played sloppy." lard E This game was too cMr. Du comport, Hayes added. ,ed hi "We have got to playarene in order to beat Greenv',!is ne said. r. Dt gaug THE LADY CaVAeSafl came up a bit short agai st L) Lady Tigers losing, 48 siste trailing by 10 at the end ene quarters, 35-25. lachfl 00isa0000o00nte00 000000dl;:it Angela Richardson sai the game, "We didn't e and nobody stepped u leadership tonight. "We didn't play with she added. }na Richardson said the d"  ary was looking forward to _l , return of injured guar4t e Smith as they start regi0ffee  CALLAWAY TRAVI ist . . ura Greenville Friday nlght the Patriots in the newI, s Greenville Both teanadil  state ranked and the two  Mes are only a few miles apglYac have became a strong ri Ma What a game! What dc " The CAVS and the PATS,  The Lady Cavalie Lady Patriots began pl p.m. and the CAVS will at 8:30 p.m. ;rant By Don Howell, Director Teaching and lending chil- dren is more than a profession to Hogansville resident, Tamie Neese. It is a dedication she enjoys doing almost on a daffy basis in and out of the class- room. Married to Darrell Neese for six years, the Neese's have two daughters, Jackalin, five years old and Brianna, eight- een months old. Darrell is also a life long resident of Hogansville. Tami earned her Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education from West Georgia University and a Specialist Degree in Elementary Education from Troy State. She has taught in punic schools for 10 years and is currently teach- ihg second grade at Unity Elementary School in Luthersville. WITHOUT PEOPLE LIKE Tami Neese, recreation in Hogansville would not have the success it now enjoys. Tami is a valued volunteer in many of our recreational programs. She began as a mascot cheerleader at the tender age of three for her brother Rex's football team. "Some of my fondest childhood memories involved cheerleading. I remember cheering at the Squad." Tami stated. "Now that I have a that includes two little ters I am still able to being a cheerleader, sac i Tami COIltilILICU. ,ly IllOl Hazel Freeman) is a n# born and built in baby  L Tami concluded with a s" Sara Jenkins and Brock also influenced "I110 an early age. From them, learned to be dedicatet learned how important iL_ a cheerleader to be invol i the game from beginningF end and to have fun. ;- TAMI IS A VALUE teer in other Hogansville ational activities. She w Ball coach for two year was also the fund raiser person for two recent projects: a bar-b-que plat and a king and queen co Tami is president Hogansville Optimist C1 an active member i Georgia Association Educators. She is a mere teaches Sunday School New Hope Baptist Chu Franklin. The Hogansville Recr Department thanks Ta?Y our other valued custome doing a wonderful job v I our programs. It is becaO Textile Bowl in LaGrange and their dedication that WCo being selected to the Troup provide our citizens the County All Star Cheerleading varied programs we offe Registration Under00 a y Troup County Schools West Side Magnet School Applications for rising 3rd grade students were sent home withrept cards and are to be returned to the Parent Center ONLY. For those students i ENROLLED in the H County Schools, applica will be accepted at the P ] Center January 5 - Febr  4, 2O00. (7 Jill Marie Dollar Receive Bachelor of Science Jill Marie Dollar Harrington, of Hogansville, received a Bachelor of Science degi'ee in computer Science at LaGrange College fall quarter. A four-year liberal arts col- lege affiliated with The United Methodist Church, LaGrange College offers 25 baccalaure- ate degrees and master's pro- grams in business administra- tion and education. It is the old- est independent instituti higher learning in students