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PAGE IO-A HOGANSVII2 HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 14, 2002 Lady Cavs Stop In Subregion To00--ney Byyan Geter The Callaway Lady Cavaliers defeated the Manchester Lady Angels Saturday evening, 48-44 in the finals of the Class 5-AA South Sub-Region tourna- ment held in Greenville. Even though the Lady CAVS trailed by six at the end of three periods of play, they never quit as they outscored Manchester by I0 points in the fourth quarter. The region tournament will be played starting on Wednesday at CaUaway and will go through Saturday. Only one win is needed for Callaway to enter into the state tournament. Head Coach Evelyn Thompson said the team never thought they would lose the game. Thompson said Christy Reese made the difference as she hustled throughout the game. "The entire team just never gave up," Thompson said, "they did what was needed to win." Thompson said her squad will prepare for a physical game against Pace Academy which will be played at Callaway on Wednesday at 7. In route to the finfils, Callaway defeated two teams On Wednesday, in the sub- region opener, the Lady CAVS soundly defeated Our Lady of Mercy 53-16. Nine LadyCavaliers scored in the rout as Rashaun Geter led the way with 13 points. She was followed by Karmarsha Martin with nine. Jamie Rife added eight. On Friday, the Lady CAVS got revenge over Spalding County from an earlier loss, as they came take the victory, 71-62. Callaway trailed by points with just two to go,in the first half, but went on a 10-1 run to game at 33 going )into mission. The Lady picked up where they lefV as they went on a 11-2 open the third q a 44-35 lead. Callaway led $4-41 into the fourth period. "When you are one, everybody guns for " Thompson said after game," but we showed we are the number one The game had atotal fouls. Callaway hit 20 and Spalding made 10 of Carla Winston led team with 25 points Reese made 12. Moton and Martin scored nine. By Bryan STRONG PLAY- Brian Jackson goes for the rebound against Lamar County defenders in the second round of the sub-region tournament last week in Greenville. LC won the contest against the injuried Cavaliers. Callaway Boys Will Start Region Play in Fourth By Bryan Geter The Callaway Cavaliers will start region play .as a fourth seed after losing to Manchester on Saturday, 63- 42. The Cavaliers played the tournament without star Reggie Jackson who injuried his thigh in the opening sub- region game last week in Greenville. Coach Terry Hayes said Jackson will practice this week and play on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. when they met tbp-seeded Pace Academy from Class AA North. In the second round of the tournament, Lamar County handed the Cavaliers their second worst whipping of the year as they defeated the banged up CAVS, 68-35. The only loss worse than this one was at the hands of Greenville earlier in the sea- son as they we defeated by the Patriots, 70-34 on January 11. "That hurt a lot," Head Coach Terry Hayes said, "I didn't think one person could make so much a difference." Brian Jackson, younger brother of Reggie played respectably but was no sub- stitme for his brother. Lamar's defense stifled the Cavaliers as Jeffrey Ellis led the team with only 10 points. Brandon ThUg)as and Jonathan Rut]edge 0ombined for only eight points:. Lamar County took a 11- 6 first qiarter leadand blew it open in the second by lead- ing 26-12 at the break. Hayes said he hates to lose, thus he has to find some- thing to make the team click as the region tournament begins. KASH IN AND GET A REBATE BY MAIL on select KitchenAid Dishwashers "1 I CHAMPS - The Callaway Lady Cavaliers defeated Manchester Angels Saturday in Greenville in the Sub-Region Toumament, 48-44, to take top honors. is Coach Evelyn Thompson with her Lady CAVS. 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