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PAGE 8 - HOGNSVII2Z HOME NEWS - FEBRUARY 24, 2000 .,-- CAVS Take First Round oj'Stati By J. Dan Stout Special Correspondent Callaway ran over Walker County 50-64 in the opening game of the first round of the state tournament. The 2000 basketball play- offs are the road to the Class A championship. First round games were held at Calhoun Comprehensive High School for boys and girls. The men from Callaway play again Friday of this week at Floyd Community College near Rome at 4:00 p.m. Their second round opponent will be Buford. WALKER COUNTY head coach Cal Boyd brought a tall squad of fair-haired boys from LaFayette. Their front line was a noticeable two or three inch- es taller than their Callaway counterparts. o Any where in Georgla/Alabama Any size Parcel Rernax Pride 1-800-335-9380 E-Mail: GA2LandMan@aol.com , Cell: 706-570-2649, I IIII I J Thursday * February 24, 2000 * 00 PM Warner Robins Civic Center 700 Watson Blvd. Warner Robins, GA Talent: Gold City, Dixie Echoes, & Palmetto State Quartet Advance tickets $12.00, at the door $15.00. Children ages I I & under "FREE" with an adult. Doors open at 6:00 P.M. Advance tickets available in WARNER ROBINS - Christian Book Store, 237 N. Davis Dr. (912)923- 2491. PERRY - Seeds of Truth Christian 8ook Store. 936 Carroll St (912) 987-5341. CORDELE - Gud' rie's Hallmark House, 108 16th Ave, (912) 273-3856. EASTHAN - Christian Accents, 222 main St. (912) 374-5902. OUBUN - The Olive Branch Christian Book Store, 2036 Veterans Blvd.(912) 272-3203. MILLEDGEVILLE - Christian World SUpply, 1686 N Columbia St- (912) 452-6334. MACON = Macon Christian Book Score, 2075 Bethlea Ave. (912) 743- 0500;, EZE Finance, 442 Second St (912) 743-7071; Benson Chiropractic Center, 3355 Pio Nono Ave, (912) 784-101 I, and Crest Finance Co., 448 Second St (912) 745-9265. I  m   aum. r   1 Or to order advance tickets by mail, send check or money order SImECIIILPIICEOF,p,LOO '.,,'='o'*+.+u" I made he to, lO. BensonGospeISin.448SecendSc, + Ira. mEInm r 0mvEalmVSE0 Iv mt  I Mac.-.]itr'more mformao call ('912) 745-9265 or I- Cavalier freshman guard Reggie Jackson started for Callaway and opened with the game's first two points. The start of the game featured a lot of in and out shots that just would not fall; however, with- in three minutes Callaway led 12 to 2. SENIOR COURTNEY Grier had a good night off the boards with an excellent rebounding effort. Courtney had four points for the game and a bag full of assists. Callaway makes and forces turnovers which are scooped up and turned into points. Cavalier head coach Terry Hayes called for the "high low" many times on offense. In the third quarter the Walker team pulled to within three points. They got close enough that "The Rock" Jamaal Keyton got fired up and led a point charge for Callaway. Fatigue and frustration soon took over Walker County and Callaway roared to close out the game with unanswered points. WITH THIS WIN the Cavs' record is 25-4 and they were ranked No. 4 in the State Class A. Points for Callaway: James Harrison 15 Ken Grissom 12 Jamaal Keyton 9 Reggie Jackson 7 Demetrius Smith 6 Nick Philpot 6 Nate Tatum 5 Callaway 22- 14- 11 - 17 64 Walker 14 - 10 - 14 - 12 50 STRONG DEFENSE LIFTS CALLAWAY PAST WALKER COUNTY - Jamaal Keyt Callaway, stops a Walker County drive during the first round of the state playoffs. KJ Cavaliers defeated Walker by a score of 64-50 to advance to the second round of th ment.The win gives Callaway a 25-4 record on the season.The Cavaliers will travel to FIo College near Rome this coming Friday for the second round of action. Tip off time is se +i: +, + ,, i, i + I This 7hiditional Plaid SOFA-- Has just the right curves and ultra cushioning that wel. comas you home. LOYE SEAT..$379 SOFA "Tl'elll" This modem GLASS TABLE --4op and old world hand forged steel baee were inplrad by an ornamental garclne gate. TABLE & 4 SIDES- ONLY -- ZEIFIO FINANCE CHARO00 --- ZBRO INTEREST TIL IM:ICH League" CHAISE ROCKER RECLINER--Dreams can come easy HOME OFFICE COMPUTER DESK and HUTCH--Made of select solids snd veneers, Holds up to a 20 monitor. Lots of storage "Capri" Leather Is a top grain ANILINE SERIES) DRUM-DYED.-soft fine graining, rich color FULL QUEEN KING and very soft found in leather at thts 2pc.set 2pc.ast ?,pc.set 3pc.ast SOFA. $197 $267 $297 $457 ! UP, OVER AND IN! - Stacey Smith shoots the jumper in the state opener played at C School in Calhoun Saturday evening. Smith injured her ankle in the second quarter. M to win the game, 62-47. Lady CAVS 00,eets+on End By Bryan Geter Associate Editor The Callaway Lady Cavaliers (20-6) dream season came to an end Saturday night on the road in Calhoun as the Lady CAVS lost to #9 Model Lady Blue Devils (22- 7), 62-47. After Junior sensation Stacey Smith injured her ankle in the second period, it seemed to put a damper on the team. Model led 13-8 at the end of the first quarter and by five at the intermission, 21-16. The Lady Bloe Devils pulled away in the third period by outscoring the Lady CAVS, 23-10. Calla way outscored Model 21 - 18 in the final period. The Lady Cavaliers never quit and came back to within nine points late. Midway through the final quarter, Kisha Owens fouled out and with 5:33 left to play the Lady Devils lead was eleven after trail- ing by 20 earlier in the third peri- od. Coach Angela Richardson said after the gameshe was proud of her team. "We have a young team," she said, "we can build and we will be back next year. Things just happens." Callaway returns all but one to the hard floor next season. Melody McCord will graduate this year. In the earlier game played on Saturday, the Plaidia Pythons I SEASON ENDS FOR LADY CAVALIERS - Carla the play in the opening round of basketball Satu Calhoun. The Model Lady Devils defeated the Lady defeated the Holy Innocents Lady Golden Bears in a classic, 44-43. The Holy Innocents Golden Bears came from behind to defeat the Plaidia Pythons, 52-41. In the nightcap, Greenville Patriots defeated Model Blue Devils, 60-48. Cailaway defea Wolverines, 64-51 night. The quarterf be played in Rome Friday as Callav Social Circle and C play Athens Acade