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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - J.UARY 20, 2000 - PA(;E 5 .,avaliers Knock Off State Rankea C ,e:,,ln00ille By Bryan Geter/Staff DY CAVS DEFEAT GREENVILLE - LeKuilla Tigner goes for two as Stacey Smith looks on. tenville's Dee Dee Ponder defends the shot. Callaway won the region game, 60-52. ( RIC... ;, ing pr( Deion "llf'l"]dl'" Lady CAVS ho hol00 t,l,y then   ne.'r':te*lakeAn[ "Region. .. Wins pryan Geter Vciate Editor LDVEIhe Callaway Lady the pe_aliers blew an eleven point eing dd late;then bounced back to 'irst, Ire a 60-52 win over the n,, eenville Lady Patriots at x,o/enville Friday. r Vothlg"It got shaky at the end but every pulled together and I'm )ud of our team," said coach Richardson. Lady CAVS took a 25- at the half and led 41- the end of three. Greenville bounced back in final quarter to pull within to go. After the Lady PATS scored unanswered points, called for a time- to talk 'with her team. From that point on it was all Cavaliers as Mel McCord and Kisha Owens stepped up and kept the heat on the Lady Patriots. Carla Winston scored 12 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for Callaway. "She really played like a champ," RichaPdson said of Winston. Owens scored eight points and had 14 rebounds for the Lady CAVS. Richardson said the team's goal is to go 12-0 and win the sub-region. "I have no complaints except for the number of turnovers," she said. Lady CAVS 47, Bowdon Lady Devils 41 Saturday night the Lady CAVS took a 47-41 win over the Bowdon Lady Red Devil to remain perfect in the S-A West Region. Richardson said the Lady CAVS played team ball as Winston, Stacey Smith, McCord, Shawn Geter, Kisha Owens Stacey Kitzpatrick and LeKuilla Tigner all con- tributed. Callaway trailed by one at the end of the three quarters after being down as many as a dozen early in the game.The Lady Devils took a 27-17 half- time lead after successfully executing the motion offense perfectly. Richardson and Lady CAVS made the necessary adjust- ments at the half and bounced back for the win. By Kelvin Cook r Each New Year's Day, the wld focuses on Pasadena, difornia, homgo of the e stea.rnament of te Roses eters'ade and the lose Bowl ot of lTe" nessff he tournament is more =riena just a parade and football hat we e. It is a festival of flow- onal c, music and sports 'e tallequaled anywhere in the in his tr!d. It is America's New Year -ema-ebration, a greeting to the iides rld on the first day of the ethin r, and a salute to the com- mrgiapnity spirit and love of geantry. -----This year the uUniSt . Navy's :uryPu@marine comm "ty joined ,y. Manc festivities These ' sub- iwether " o !A]u'inel's celebratedbotha new  tury and 100 years of U.S Manag eOmarine service. 's Fanning in Rose Bowl Hogansville's Felicia R. Fanning and 99 other subma- rine Sailors from San Diego and Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, marched together during the parade, accompanied by a 100-member U.S. Navy Band from Washington, D.C. Navy Seaman Fanning was a mem- ber of the marching unit that carried city and state flags rep- resgnting the 54 fast attack sub- marines of today's submarine force. Being part of this celebra- tion was a large source of pride for Fanning, the 21-year-old daughter of Burnetta Jones of Hogansville. "I feel good know- ing tha I'm part of something that will go down in history," Fanning said. Fanning, a two-year Navy" veteran, is stationed at a medi- By Bryan Geter Associate Editor The Callaway Cavaliers (13- 3,5-0) made it look easy Friday night as they defeated rival and state ranked. Greenville Patriots (12-2,4-1) on the road, 66-46. CaUaway set the tempo at the start and led 21-13 at the end of one quarter. The Patriots called timeout with 1:54 to go in the opening period hoping to cool Demetrius Smith after he made three straight three-pointers. The PATS played the CAVS equally in the second quarter as both squads scored 14 points. The Cavaliers went into the dressing room at the half with a 35-27 lead. Both teams slowed the tempo in the third quarter. As Callaway scored only 11 points and Greenville could only net seven. Cav's coach Terry Hayes said after the game he was glad to survive on the road against Greenville but hopes to take care of business when the PATS come to Callaway on January 29. Hayes said he went to the "four corners to score" play when superstar Smith was on the b6nch in foul trouble. "I wanted to slow the game down," he said. "We had to slow down with Demetrius on the bench." Hayes said he was proud of the play of Jamaal Keyton and Reggie Jackson off the bench in the second half. He said the CAVS had to play man-to-man on Omar Rosser since he was hitting from all over the court "I put Courtney Grier and James Harrison on him to try and slow him (Rosser) down," Hayes said. "He's a good bas- ketball player. "Nate Tatum and Mike Green did an outstanding job tonight," he said. "The whole team played well." Callaway CAVS 61, Bowdon Lady Devils 45 Saturday night the Cavaliers travelled to Bowdon to tangle with the Red Devils and came away with a 61-45 region victo- ry. "They came out hot," Hayes said, "but we weathered the storm." The Red Devils quickly jumped in front of the Cavaliers by taking an 12-2 lead, early, but cooled down a bit as Callaway began to take control. By the end of three, the CAVS had a 44-29 lead and controlled the fourth period. Smith and Harrison each scored 14 points for Callaway. Marcus Beasley led Bowdon with 16. um auxiliary repair dry dock Arco (ARDM-5) in San Diego, where as a supply clerk she maintains, orders and distrib- utes supplies. This Week's Action Callaway will play Heard County Friday night at home and travel to Carrollton Tuesday to play Mt. Zion. Tipoff time is set for 6 p.m. For the Lady CAVS and the boys will play at 7:30 p.m. i ACCEPTING PROPOSALS The City of Hogansville is accepting proposals for sale andor development of approximately 3.2 acres of property in a triangle of Johnson, College and Keith Streets. This is the site of the old swimming pool. Proposals on the development of the site along with purchase price or municipal development value, Le. restoration of park, should be submitted as a sealed bid to the attention of City Manager. -Bids will be accepted until 4:00p.m. Wednesday, January 26, 2000 Sealed bids should be submitted to: City Manager 400 East Main Street Hogansville, Georgia 30230 The City of Hogansville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and waive any formalities in the bidding process. ,thee-Flint Regional to Meet January 27 Chattahoochee.Flint Development at 6:30 p.m. at Development in Franklin. The Will include regular business items and board committee appointments for 2000. Meetings are open to the public. Please call Kathy at 706-675-6721, Ext. 101 to reserve seating or obtain additional information. CASH EXPRESS 706-845-1234 .... Chr mas Bills Piling up? Pawn Your Title Keep Your Car Bad Credit No Credit No problem We have the cash you need 111 New Franklin Road LaGrange I By Bryan GeterlStaff UP, OVER AND INt - Callaway's Nicholas Philpot drives for a bas- ket against the Patriots last Friday night in Greenville. The CAVS blew the PATS away, 66-46 in the region battle of powerhouses. Both teams are state ranked. PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER, LLC Pine Mountain, GA, GAL #2661 Auc'rlON Sunday, January 23 1:00 PM EDT 706-663-8552 800-638-9610 Chattanooga gift shop, lots of one-of-a-kind items and unique things, partial list - Prints, mirrors, FIo Blue, pressed cut and depression glass, dresser sets, trunks, bootscrapers, cast iron, candlesticks, lamps, figurines, tea sets, dinner sets, bowl and pitchers, garden ware, crocks, Blue Willow, clocks, enamel ware, books, linens, rugs, cooper, brass, trinket boxes, lO0's and l(lO's of other items. Not much furniture. RVEY F R MAN A R SHOWCASE HOMES FLEETW@OD. 706.553-5166