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Ii i j !! ..... !UICK - iSen or IStacey /Smith of the Callaway L a d y Cavaliers brings the ball down ,courtagainst t h e rvronticello L a d y Hurricanes last Friday in the opening round of the State AA Tournament played at o I y l/nnocents in tlanta. ,Callaway's ,season r#ame to an nd after los- ling, 61-51. I Oh Well... Mou brae CaUaway's State Championship Campaign Comes To An lby: ond quarter, in the game was not getting the By Bryan Geter CaUaway's dream of a state championship came to a close Friday afternoon in Atlanta as the Monticello Lady Purple Hurricanes defeated the Lady Cavaliers 61-51 in the opening round of the State AA basket- ball tournament which was played at Holy Innocents High School. Monticello (19-6) led at the end of the first quarter 14-6 but Callaway (22-5) fought back to tie the game at 25 at the inter- mission. Rashawn Geter grabbed an offensive rebound and Karmarcha Martin hit the layup as time expired at halftime to tie the game after the Lady CAVS outscored the Lady Hurricanes 13-3 to end the see- THE LADY CAVS took the first lead of the game in the third period on a layup by Geter, 27- 25 and was leading 33-30 when the Lady Hurricanes went on a 10-0 run and never looked back. Tatondra Moten came off the bench and gave the Lady Cavaliers a big boost as Shari Cox and Kisha Owens were in foul trouble. HEAD COACH Angela Richardson said Cailaway beat themselves and it was the Lady CAVS that should be going to Elijay this week in the second round of state play. "Monticello did a better job of taking care of the little things," Richardson said. "We didn't shoot the ball." She said the real difference i Church Schedules Be000000lit Singing i ! t The Hogansville Assembly of God has lined up two big ben- fit singing during March. t On Friday night, March 9 beginning at 7 p.m., the Good News IYio from LaGrange will be performing. The Good News Trio con- ists of Max and Marcellene New of LaGrange and Tonya Kirby f Newell, Alabama. They travel the Southeast singing praises to the Lord.Max has ecorded several songs which he will be singing that night. : A week later on Friday night March 16, The Patriots Quartet tbf Jonesboro will be at the Hogansville Assembly of God with the est in gospel music. ! A love offering will be taken at each service and all proceeds idll benefit the church's building fund. The First Assembly of God is located at 430 Corinth Road. John Eller is the pastor of the church. Some renovations have been made at the church including a new sign in the front yard of the church. Everyone is invited to the singings and worship with them on Sundays. News Notes: Everyone is invited to a big singing at the Bethel Chapel Church in LaGrange on Saturday night at 7 p.m. The Watwood Family, formerly with the Thrasher Brothers, along with the Chri_stianairs and the Heavenly Strings w be per- forming. The church is located at 210 Handley Street and Bryan Geter is the pastor. Here's This Week's Public School Lunch Menus Here's what Hogansville kids will be eating in school this coming week. March 5 Baked ham, sweet potatoes, sea- soned green beans, hot rolls, fruit, chee o[ .% -- "'-- .., ..... Spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed March 8 " salad, hot roils, fruit, choice of milk. Beef vegetable soup, toasted cheese sandwich, saltines, orange half, choice March 7 of milk. Hot dog, baked beans, potato ds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of Mar. 9 ""  ' Mhger's choice. point production out of Stacey Smith and Kisha Owens as they usually do. MONTICELLO had a 42-37 lead at the end of three and opened up the fourth quarter to defeat the Lady CAVS by 10. Richardson said after her squad got the lead, they became relaxed and began making turn, overs. hnic You have to play allpartx in tournament ll.sourc quarters she said. The Lady CAVS many turnovers, shot percent and hit only 5 of throws. Geter led Callaway points. Owens and Winston added 8 Moten had 6. Two namc you can coum on in Real Estate, CoMwell Banker & Murray .... Coldwell Banker, Manor 306 Church Street LaGrange, Georgia 30240 Murray Home Phone 706-637-5041 E-mail: mhyatts@bellsouth.net PAY OFF ALL YOUR One low monthly paymenL Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to 30 years. 1-800-553-9256 Greenville Mortgage 109 Court Sq. 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You will receive a warm welcome, and the opportunity to: * Tour the Beautiful Gordon College Campus Meet Faculty and Staff Receive Admissions, Financial Aid and Scholarship Information Visit Classes . Interact with Students Explore the Dorms Gordon College 419 College Drive Barnesville, GA For more information and reserve a space, please the Admissions Office 770-358-5023 or 1-800-282-6504 ,co 17