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Callaway Teams Remain Unbe,:tten in Region By d. Dan Stout/Staff REMAIN UNBEATEN IN REGION - Callaway's Nate Tatum, 25, presses Heard County's Nate Jackson during this week's matchup between the two teams. Callaway defeated Heard County for the third time this season with the 88-77 win. The CAVS remain a state ranked team with no region loses. Almost Too Good To Believe. TM GOLDE N CHOICE BUFFET! Kids$2,99 ,,,,o Senior Citizens "'" $4.99 ,,,o, RE, ") (55+) Anytime, Any Day  Anytime, Any Day Free Coffee & Dessert Included In Our Buffet Price! LaGrange, GA -,,,,, (706) 882-7555 ,/ STEAKS. BUFFET. BAKERY Hwy 27 - North o By J. Dan Stout Correspondent The Callaway Cavaliers and the Lady Cavaliers remain unbeaten in region play this season. Both teams knocked off region opponent Heard County this past week to keep their per- fect record in tact. This marked the third meet- ing between Callaway and Heard County this season. The teams have faced off in two games in regular region action and once during the Callaway Christmas Tournament. The hapless Braves are showing improvement but have not been able to defeat a Callaway team this season. was fouled. Winston nailed her foul shots to give the Lady CAVS their first lead of the night. Stace Smith stole an inbound pass and went coast to coast to ice the win for the Lady CAVS. Melody McCord led the scoring for the Lady Cavaliers with 16. The Lady CAVS are now 13 and 3 overall and ranked 15 in the state in Division A. Callaway 8 - 26 - 10 - 15 - 59 Heard Co. 13 -19-14 -8 -54 Lady Cavaliers 59, Heard County 54 The Lady CAVS overcame an early lead by the Heard County Squaws to keep their unbeaten region record in tact and take a 59-54 win this past week. The Heard County' Squaws held on to a lead most of the first half. Their best shooter, Korila Jenkins, was able to score from almost any place on the floor and also dominated the boards. The Heard squad ran out of gas the last five minutes of the game and the Lady CAVS took advantage of it. Their overall record this season is 6 and 9. Callaway started Carla Winston, Rashaun Geter, Lekuilla Tigner, Kisha Owens and Melody McCord. Head coach Richardson has been prone to use the entire squad when available. Many times the whole team plays and sometimes everyone scores. At mid point of the second quarter quarter in this game, Carla Winston connected with a rainbow three point shot and Callaway 88, Heard County 77 The Callaway Cavaliers defeated Heard County for the third time this season by a score of 88-77 Friday to remain unbeaten in region play. The Callaway boys put on a run and shoot show for those gathered at the sports complex located near Hogansville. The Cavs continue to be unbeaten in Region 5-A North by rolling over the Heard County Braves. Callaway started Demetrius Smith, Courtney Grier, James Harrison, Nick Philpot, and big Nate Tatum at center. Early in the game Head coach Terry Hayes made a five man substitution. Heard County stayed in the game with three point shots the entire night. No. 23 Demetrius Smith pumped in 25 points for the Cavs and collected seven rebounds. Harrison, Grissom, and Philpot had 12 points each for Callaway. Aundra Robinson had 25 points for the Heard County Braves. Callaway 19 - 25 - 24 - 20 -88 Heard Co. 15 - 17 - 21 -24 - 77 The next home game for the Callaway teams is Friday night. They will host Temple. ByJ. E YOU CAN'T GET PAST ME! - Melody McGord, 22, CaUaway during the matchup with Heard County. The defeated Heard County to remain unbeaten in region CaUaway Take Pair of By Bryan Geter Associate Editor The Callaway Cavaliers defeated two teams last Thursday in a three way match held at Callaway gym. The CAVS defeated the Pike County Pirates, 64-15 and the Bowdon Red Devils, 57-27. Callaway will wrestle Bremen and Heard County on January 27 at home. tc k Hunsicker Named Athl00 tic Director of Year Callaway High School, a ball, track and field and school which not only strives in athletics but also in academ- ics, added another honor to their heritage recently as the Cavalier's second year athletiq director, Chuck Hunsicker, was named the Region 5-A "Athletic Director of the Year." "I don't want the focus taken away from the kids," Hunsicker said. "Its how good the kids do that is a reflection of the coach- ing staff and the kids." The four year school has (CHS) won by Bowdon and Pike Chuck Hunsicker i National Lender Agrees To NewVehicle Loans For Individuals With Bad Credltl i ii i, i m Columbus, GA. JR Rodg. N. Manchester Expressway In some cases these pay- ers, Chief loan officer at Bill just behind Bill heard Chev- ments are ridiculously low. Heard Oldsmobile & rolet until the end of the When pressed for an exam- Cadillac, has exciting news February. 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YES, Shop as a cash buyer by hand at tt 1t ttc,t d Qic511o- payment start up because and with yore g ,t credil, gettingpre-approvaland ac- bile's main location at 3615 of the holiday season, you are almost assured ac- tuaily find out how much the 125 - Jack Webb 15-2 against Pike by forfeit against 135 - Paul won by a pm County, won Bowdon. 140 Cory 103 - Richard Chambers (CHS) won 10-4 a (CHS) won by forfeit against County, won by Bowdon and Pike County. Bowdon. 112 - Jonathan Washington i45- Chris Smith by forfeit a and Bowdon. 160 - Brian Will: by forfeit against 171 - Bowdon wrestling. Callaway added fast pitch softball last fall. The Cavaliers are coming off back-to-back state appear- ances in football. Both boys and girls basketball teams were in the state playoff last year and should return this season with both teams Clinging to first place in Region 5-A. Hunsicker's responsibili- ties include coordinating staff relationships, raising funds, operating facilities and com- plying with the Georgia High School Association's rules. Hunsicker said it was an honor to be selected as Athletic Director of the Year. 189 - forfeit against 2i5 - William wonbypina Bowdon won pin 275 - Jason won by forfeit a County. Bowdon ag [-T&S Accounti I I Income Tax Preparation ] For Individuals & Businesses RAPID REFUND, 1-3 DAY (Federal & State) -Accounting& Full Service Bookkeeping- -Payroll Taxes & S',dcs "lhx- 114 Commerce St.-I Iogansvillc-637-8022 I ! m I = I ! w i I I =  _614 Lincoln Street l LaGrange GA 1 tu Fnday and Sa rday Night Dinner. Steaks, Seafood and Also offering an excellent wine 5:30PM- 9:00PM Food Perpared By: Certified Executive Chef Michael Norton & 1999 Middle Georgia Chef of the Year Reservations Recommended (706) 884.0267