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? Ho(;axSVrI1E HOME NLs - I H CRSDaV, FEB. 28, 2002 PAGE 5-A L HIS )ME THE ARD, N ND DELY rER OF [CA BUT Support Our Troops By Bryan Geter Karmarsha Martin goes for a trey as the Putnam County Lady War Eagles tries to block in the opening of the state playoffs last Saturday in Madison. Callaway defeated the War Eagles, 56-35. )F GEOR(] =_ 00:0000.:allaway Girls Win 00galn; &apos;S2o on to Second Round , .t. "srS( ea P.O. aturday afternoon in A, GA 31tison as they routed the BOOK am County lady War IATIOIs, 3S in the opening pot the state playoffs. Callaway led at the end .ne quarter, 14-11 and sin- - II I*'u it lead by eight at the ,It. ]tk, 2%21. allaway held the Lady widence[Eagles to one field goal yes us. ne free throw m the third tce of cey outscored them 19-3. of Cal. laway led as much as ms suff ints before Head Coach not for[ lyn Thompson began his own, ;tituting in the final peri- F the t makes FEtE LADY CAVS led the , wonde regame except for a time ebe aft -.tt period when adea w mm'tie,it at 11 points ttonceal I, .. - -allawa d 't shoot adnodiw. Y idn - n ell from th floor onl )d, God'.i rt e y ., love ofd I. g 33 percent of their demorI;" . ers beC [ Sun Geter hit a three mter at the bu end hers ha! i. . zzer to trn. But,!'. rn d Period and she led it loves i'. uy Cavaliers with 22 _t:s on the ni ht ao resp[,, g . -love of! ?la Winston followed rated  7 Points and Crystal . pe added nine. rhe Lady CAVS are in the ,t'S[ ffs for four ccmecuti e m, 1e,% ,  , t the AI and now advance to the , (j)nd round iu the states ,"s'a Offs for the chool's sec love rt tilrl :' " - ut areal . e. ..... , mSton, a senior, was a ms tm, h nm_ when Callaway ,  .-athe second round the tlllle. lVd 'we did what we needed ll| o,,to get to the second - _.a !" Thompson said en any,, 'We - o,,,,-ed .... are m the position vo we wanted to be in." rnes' n ,'211aWay has won 10 of hers v  figh 9se sttl low ,tte itS, R EqIL  f '"[" ' tIcL ES S at come By By FANCY STEPPING - Rashaun Geter drives inside for a basket in the game last Saturday against Putnam County in the state playoffs played at Morgan County High School in Madison. their last 11 games. Thompson said the differ- ence in this game and the one last weekend when we lost to Paideia in the region cham- pionship game is intensity. "We played with intensi- ty tonight," she added, "we :ere as intense as we need- ed to be, but we were also under control." "We played good on defense and we hit the free throws," she said with a smile. CALLAWAY caused 27 turnovers and Putnam County had trouble scoring hitting only 13 of 58 shots from the field. "We played as a team tonight," Thompson stated. "I appreciate my squad's H, efforts." Greater Atlanta Christian, Callaway will play the Friday evening at the Forum defending state champions, CivicCenterinRomeat7p.m. r , r LV,   2075 Beltea A,e (478 7 r act Ce, 3355 P  Ave (476} 784d01L EZE Feae 442 Se S{ (478 74375";'1 a Cres F:a=e C. 448 S St, f478 745-r',-5 ,Ex GA 312rt Fg,  Prr' cal 478! 745-9r25  .786-022 dJ:  - 6tm) - 478) 781.13t8 You may ord tickett by vitn our Hm at m,.bentoomotioom RRIS t2OUNTY JOURNAL - IHURbDAY, J ANUANY ., 2: Friday- 7:00 PM - Sunday- 3:00 PM 28 East Main Street (Downtown In Manchester At The Old Big Buck Building) Payouts are determined by # of players at each session. Regular Games Can Range From $10.00/$100.00 per game. Jackpot can range from $S0.00 to $700.00 , ,,,,, ,, , , This S )onsor Of The Bingo is a Non-Profit IRS 501 (c) \\; Allproceeds Go To Bendit Peace Officers. ' .Y,,__ Veterans & The Communities Within ',:7 Meriwether County. ..,  Questmns: 706-561-5882 or E-moil / ""  Bingo@sspvlcorg NEED A RIDE? 527 New Franklin Rd. 884-6048 FooAverage Classroom Size: 15 Stud.en.ts, tball. Baseball, Basketball, SoftbaU, Track, Tennis, Golf, Music, Art, Service Clubs, and All Literary Events. i i iiii iii For ionnation call 706-553-2541 GAC Accredited with Quali" SACS Accredited 706-553-CATS Bm Tramrtation is available. t job i! ations" (err FAd de. istinct] a the] gh . q ng i| r eco :hools verbO ,ttle cl hand, aomi I hec pring woul rage o. I c It th Never make another expensive Long Distance call from your home phone. Get 300 Anytime Minutes & 2500 Night & Weekend Minutes, . pay $39.99 a month and receive no additional charge for 48-state calling. FamiIy Ptan - Each additional iocai user on!y $1295 a month New service achration a<d a qmmum 12 moth contract (s required Phone c,qe r s,b e to a,aJab  ty. AddOoaat minutes extra. Additional {ees may app y er ,b}e:t c c"aqge w)thout r, ot;ce PSC terms and conditions appiy. ee your '@v Wre!ess consuJtant for comp!ete detads WIRELESS [ Free 5165 Buy Noha 51 FREE eq?Jed 35a &} a;3-82 1r (?..} 8161111 3360 FREE req)red. Neither should phones... I 057, tarir-St 2Ch C,.hSt {33t} -555 ()/49-2D5 (478}7-4!tl !70t]) 6%-IOCq?