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gtr -UO , ,J--L. X lX.i. ....... edto Callaway Boys Lose 70-34 su.por, n00gh Spor0000 i Reggie Jackson and Jonathan Rutledge each scored 10 points for Callaway. Kelcey Favors scored 16 to lead Greenville and Kevin Bray added 14. On Saturday night it was a different story, as the Cavaliers bounced back to play their best game of the year and de feat # 15 ranked mar County in over- time, 79-72. The Cavaliers (9-6, 2-2 Region 5-AA South) played a complete game as Brandon Thomas led with 22 points and Jackson added 21. Rutledge netted 16 and Michael ay aoran c y Cavaliers played and worst game of the season Friday in Greenville against the #6 by a score of 70-34. 2avaliers jumped out to a 12-6 in the first period and led by one one at the end of the first quarter. 3ut after that, it was all Patriots as ' took a nine point lead at the break ing the CAVS only six points in the fid period and outscoring the CAVS e second half by 40-13. Fannin had 13. Fannin had the big game in overtime as he hit 3 out of 4 three throws to put the Trojans (10-4, 2-2) away. He also had a layup that sealed the victory for the CAVS. Thomas had the hot-hand in the sec- ond half as he scored 20 points and helped Callaway rebound from a 28-22 deficit. Callaway played Pike county on Tuesday night and will be at home against Northgate Friday and Manchester on Saturday. Game time is set for 8:30 p.m. Girls Still Undefeated In Region Ccmpetition By Bryan Geter The Callaway Lady Cavaliers remain undefeated in region play after posting two wins over the weekend. The Lady CAVS traveled to Greenville Friday night and defeated the Lady Patriots, 60- 38. Greenville led by one at the end of the first period, 14-13, but was on the short end at the end of the first half, 25-20. The Lady Cavaliers led by 15 at the end of three quarters, 42-27 and pulled away in the fourth quarter. Rashaun Geter led the Lady Cavaliers with 24 points and had two steals, five rebounds and had two assists. Deveta Lakes scored rdne for Callaway and had eight big rebounds and one steal. Point guard Carla Winston kept the game under control the victory. "I am really proud of the way the girls executed and tonight,' she boasted, "they really hustled in the second half and went by the game plan." Thompson was proud of the play of Deveta Lakes, saying she played well. She said this win was great because the team bounced back after losing to Greenville in the Christmas Tournament. "It was really nice to revenge our- selves," she added. On Saturday night, the Lady Cavaliers (10-5, 4-0 region) dominated the Lamar County Lady Trojans by defeating them, 61-49. The Lady CAVS led at the break by 31-24 and pulled away in the second half. Carla Winston and Geter each scored 15 for Callaway. Totondra Moton added 10 points. *The Lady Cavaliers will r Iff'" (770) 253-7256 i >Custom Home Builders >Apartment and Home Rentals >Hogansville Mini Storage >U-Haul Rentals : >Property Management 401 East Main Street Hogansville, GA. (706) 637-8999 JOE LEE EMMETTASKEW TERRY STEPHENS H. 706-637-8810 H 706-884-6367 H. 706-812-0396 M. 706-881-7492 M 706-881-7121 M. 706-302-7952 NEED A RIDE? BRING YOUR W-2 l)A l ( )WN ,\\;NI) t{ID[!: Aut01and, Inc. 527 New.Franklin Rd. ,...=ISION- Callaway's Jamie Rife shoots over with her leadership, play NorthgateandManchester "._"=. nville's Jermeka Godfrey for a two point jumper. First year Head Coach in region play this weekend at Lady Cavaliers defeated the Lady Patnots, 60- Evelyn Thompson had nothing home. Game time is set for 7 jFdday night, but praise for her team after p.m. !.'0000iding the Wave [ L 00fllaway Grapplers Finish 4th in Tourney ;.00: j/sn ney wt._- . in,.a'he Callaway Cavaliers a rm$hed fourth in the Bowdo n Callaway is still search- ing for a new head football coach. Sonny Cummings, who went 32-30-1 in six season at thltational Wrestling CHSand three state playoffs yS nament over the week- appearances, resigned in December. ccide'hris smith took first According to Callaway a.e in the 1711bs. weight Athletic Director Gary s- Sharpe, more than 20 appli- ;faith won four victories cations have been receive& n' e tournament to give him Callaway will now review ey,:tal career wins, break- all applications and then :he 1997-1999 record by make a recommendation to mg o b Rice at 124. who will be the next head I$76J Matthew Stargill fin- coacl ?,415 the 275 class; Callaway Middle tdSecond in The ! monl Rhodes came in third School Lady Cavaliers lbs.; Richard chain- defeated Gardner Newman, -  Came in fourth in the125 38-22 .last Wednesday to a erp SPence Dixon came in remain undefeated. z..uflvJ th in 145 lbs.; Brett Clark "ue in furth in the 215 lbs; j a oeaPhilli p Cannon came in 00'eh J the 140 lbs. c00s. )ther CAVS who wres- tag Were Patrick McKibben O lye0 L011[ O --).l.J, Nick Suddath (130), i ..-_'_ _' m (160) and Tony Stargill FoR vmn,  or Cmfr.. ml$ w). Au, Yoe Bm: e o enrY County won the I. $1m a =m ==mvr mere -="-mem with 194 points. ILI mrm. tram it) hitt .(ton County came in sec-' m'th 162 points, Central t |ram facto= 171 u ee u I.|l% 0 v'"lltn was third with 14II-$H-IIH r teams that were in  @w:  Urnament were Trion, And Your Approval ls "  aehee, Bowdon, Mt. On The Wa "I[ Temple, Northgate, SUT!tlIs-m-CrS .J Academy, Heard th r t and Providence .,NH IIINI 2 arlier in the week,  Lewis Do "  Way defeated Heard  Nem-770251-1337 7.'00P] ty 57-24 and lost to rm#on Mon a Lee, 438. They outscored the Lady Mustangs, 17-4 in the second half after leading 15-11 at the break. Shantranez Mays the Middle Lady CAVS with 16 points Bridget Phillips scored 13 points. Shacarra Pickett netted four points but had 10 rebounds and Ida Jones had three points and eight rebounds. GardnerNewman Middle Boys defeated the Middle Cavaliers 31-29 t. Mailed refunds may take months, so... 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