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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 2008 PAGE S-A STUDENT COUNCIL RECOGNIZED - The HogansvUle Elementary School Student Council members with their plaques are, left to right: (back row) Antavian Kyles, Rashawn Lovelace, McKenzie Scott, Carmen Dougherty, Devin Scott, Claudia Massey, Austin Garrett, and Kirstie Neal; (front row) Courtney Fox, Tyquavious Rosser, Reeves Payne, . Desten Thompson, and Zoe Cantrell. By BOBBY LANE The Callaway Cavaliers ended their season with a 76- 68 loss to Coosa in the first round of the AA Basketball Tournament. The hard-fought contest went into overtime last Friday night before the Cavaliers were sent home. The Cavaliers found themselves behind at halftime 36-31 and behind by .51-44 at the end of the third period. The Cavaliers fought back in the fourth quarter and had a 63-61 lead with 13 seconds left to play, but a controver- sial call gave Coosa two free throws to send the game into overtime. In overtime Coosa went up by seven points and made good on several free throws to ice the game. Bernard Phillips was top scorer for the Cavaliers with ciates have done an excellent 20 points. Cue Leslie had 18 job with this year's team and points followed by Antron he is very proud of its accom- DaUasandDeuntaeTerrywith plishments. Hopefully next 14 points each. season Coach Hayes and his Despite the losses in the team will accomplish some state and the region tourna- goals that this year's team did- Tents, the Cavaliers had a n't reach. very successful season with a We would like to extend 19-6 record and winning the our congratulations and Region Championship in reg- thanks to Coach Hayes and all ular season play. " the menbers of this year's Coach Hayes and his asso- team for a thrilling season. 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