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Callamay Ends Season Unbeaten In Region By Bryan Geter Associate Editor The Callaway Cavaliers closed out the regular season undefeated in region play by defeating both Temple and Greenville this past week. Callaway Cavaliers 78, Temple Tigers 35 The CAVS soundly whipped the Temple Tigers, 78-35. The game was scheduled to be played on January 28, but due to the foul weather it was re-scheduled for Monday night. It was also Senior Night The CAVS built a 17-5 first quarter lead and went into the locker room at the half in front, 45-12. All of the Cavaliers saw plen- ty of playing time as Coach Terry Hayes rested his starters in the second half. Harrison led the CAVS with 13 points. He was followed by Jamaal Keyton with 11 and Nate Tatum with 10. Demetrius Smith had nine and Nick Philpot added eight. Hayes said Temple had a lot of heart, but they were a little overmatched. He said he was glad to get to work on defense and the press. He was very pleased with the guys off the bench. Callaway Cavaliers 65, It's Safe.....It's Sporty It's Saturn Greenville Patriots 62 The CAVS held off a stub- born Greenville Patriots squad that wouldn't go away last Wednesday night to claim the Region 5-A championship. Callaway defeated the PATS, 65-62 before a packed house in LaGrange. The game was a make-up contest after the icy weather caused the cancellation the pre- vious weekend. Smith scored the game high 32 points for Callaway includ- ing 11 free throw points. Greenville was trailing only by nine points, 53-44 going into the final quarter. They trailed as much as 16 points in the third quarter but fought back to take the lead with 2:46 remaining, 58-57 as Kelsey Favors hit the two pointer. Greenville's Coach Bill Atkins said it was a character builder for both teams and will do both squads good come tour- nament time. Greenville missed two three pointers down the stretch but the biggest blunder came after a timeout as the Patriots had six players on the floor. The mishap gave Callaway two free throws and the ball. Smith netted both free throws which turned out to the the difference in the game. Callaway ended the regular season at 20-4 while Greenville ended at 20-3. CALLAWAY UNBEATEN IN REGION PLAY - Cavaliers defeated the Templ Tigers Monday remain perfect in Region Class 5-A. In the photo Grief is shown going high for a layup aga= The state ranked Cavaliers are now preparing offs. The Cavaliers are favored going into the there are other good teams in the region and in like nothing better than to end the Cavaliers' quest crown. The new SC1 3-door Saturn Coupe, shown above, is a popular choice for many Harris County High School students. Joining the growing community of Saturn owners are Melissa Burns (shown above) and her twin sister Brandi. They were given a new Saturn for their 16th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Burns shopped around for their daughters' first vehicle before choosing a Saturn. Safety Is An Important Feature "We chose Saturn for it's reinforced doors, air bags, dent resistant panels, and it's great gas mileage. Most importantly, Saturn has a 'drop down' fea- ture in its engine. In the event of a head-on collision, the engine is designed Registration Underway Youth Basc,,ball and Registration for youth base- ball and softball for boys and girls ages 4-14 will be held February 21st through 25th at the Hogansville Recreation Department on 304 Church Street from 4:30 p.m. until 7 p.m. each day. a $5 late fee. Insurance is not mandatory, but will be avail- able at an additional fee of $10. The age groups are as fol- lows: Cord 4-5 year old T-Ball Cord 6-8 year old coach pitch for T-Ball and We neo willing to work andto need sponsors for league teams. Any club or bus!nes .,-mag a sponsor m our y' to drop down instead of being forced back into the passenger and dd To register a child for base- 9-10 year ord base&all grams. 'ball or softball, a parent or 11-12 year 01dbaseball Anyone who ' area," says Mrs. Martha Burns. ......... guardian must fill out and sign 13-14 year old baseball more information The safety features of Saturn proved itself just a few months after the a registration form at the 9-10 year old girls' Burns purchased their first Saturn. Brandi was involved in an accident that Recreation Department. A fast pitch softball copy of the child's birth cer- 11-12 year old girls' left the Saturn totalled, but Brandi and a friend walked away from the acci- . tificate will also be requested fast pitch softball dent without a scratch, to keep on file in the Recreation 13-14 year old girls' Department office, fast pitch softball * "The accident and my sister's safety was all the proof my parents needed There will be a $15 regis- in order to buy a second Saturn for us," Melissa said. tration fee for city residents The participant's playing Melissa says that any parents who are considering a new car purchase and a $20 registration fee for age willbe determined by their non-city residents, age on July 31st, 2000 for for their teenage driver should choose Saturn. "The insurance is a lot less Registration taken after Baseball; January 1st, 2000 for Corporate i= expensive because the cars have daytime running lights," noted Melissa. February 25th will be assessed Softball and August 31st, 2000 '.." --'',,9, 9 ,, However, the daytime driving lights do have one disadvantage -- there is no sneaking home late with the headlights turned off." Sister Ann - Tarot Card Reader "-- - "l For Febru00 I il o/m6, I The 2nd annuall No High Pressure Sales Representatives co.L' - u../rx,l I TRoupSpelling BeeReads willSPll Mr. and Mrs. Burns said their experience, on both occasions, with sales (706) 846-9016 /-- | February 22, 2000 representative Joe Carroll, was a no-pressure and very comfortable experi- 504 west Maln Sired, Manchester, Ga./' .// I theGeorgiaCallawaYTecla.. Cent, ence.  "J7' I Registration ail i:g;:gW:v:tr T:: ,hmoPwTtrtoa,tot: b:ethcrY;l:l:rndrvB:ai::/, :nd.he P0lm Re0ding T0r0t Cord Reading "'1" J tion will be from 6. tOO ' n/stal Reading hart Reading  I p.m.GroupsAdmissiOnor businis f Do you have family troubles? Does happiness and [ ested in sponsorinlq good fortune seem to always leave you or someone you I three members or t L Melissa notes that after buying her new car, Saturn remembered her after love behind? Are you worried or confused over prob- i donate to TROUP tl the sale. Melissa and Brandi received calendars featuring pictures of them lems of love, marriage, business, luck or happiness? I contact _ Ginger , Chairman, at- 81| ' Do you or someone you know NEED HELP or AD- | Dianne Holbrook, C with their Saturn. The have received free magnets, mugs, and a CD. VICE on any matter? Past, Present, or Future!! I Commerce at 884 8 "Getting all this free stuff was a surprise," Melissa said. ,I ! Becoming Part of the Family Wilhams Insurance Agency of Hogansville is combininCE Upon leaving the dealership with their first new Saturn, the employees Williams Insurance Agency (C.J. Williams & Assoc., Inl-=" gathered around the Burns. Mr. Carroll introduced as new members of the LaGrange. The location of the LaGrange office is 301 Broome L Saturn family, and introduced Brandi and Melissa as the new owners. _Suite 101. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 1687, LaGrange,Gl 30241. Our telephone number is (706) 882-5566. Thin transacti What Others Think Melissa's friend, Matt Dickey, said that he felt Mr. and Mrs. Burns made a mistake by purchasing a Saturn because everyone wants Melissa or Brandi to drive wherever they choose to venture out on the weekends. "Everyone wants to go in the Saturn!" Looking for a car? If you are in the market for a car, we suggest you give Saturn of Columbus a call. We highly recommend them. Ask for Joe Carroll and tell them we told you to call. Saturn of Columbus is located at 1661 Whittlesey Road, Columbus. That's near Hollywood Connections. The telephone number is 706-322- 9927, or 1-800-741-4503. Melissa & Brandi Burns High School Students take effect on February 1, 2000. We will continue to serve yo the same efficiency and friendliness We appreciate your and business! Staff of Williams Insurance A