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t t PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 2016 By JOHN KUYKENDALL Callaway High's Braylon Sanders has been named the Region 5-AAA Player of the year. Sanders, who began playing for the Cavaliers as a freshman, makes court play look easy. Sanders was selected by the coaches in" the region. Sanders, also had a great season in foot- . ball is being recurited by the University of Georgia and many other, colleges as a wide receiver, after starting at quarterback this past season: CALLAWAY dominated the All Region Selections having three other players named to All Region First Team and one player named to All Region Academic Team. Dre Martin, who captured the Play of the Year title last season, was also named to the All Region Team First Team. Martin who has started in football and basketball for four seasons, had another stel- lar outting for the Cavaliers. Callaway's tough senior post player, Ernest Patillo was also/named to the All Region First Team. Patillo had a great outing in the team's game against South Atlanta in the Class AA ~tate playoffs, scoring 19 points. JOE BROWN was also named to the First Team All Region Team. Brown scored 11 points against South Atlanta in the playoffs and had a strong season. Brown also played football for the Cavaliers. Milton Turner was also named to the All Region Academic Team. t Lenten Luncheons Continuing The annual series of Lenten Luncheons are being held at noon each Wednesday through March 23, in the Fellowship Hall of First United MethOdist Church. A different speaker is featured each week and a $5 dona- tion is requested per luncheon. Any interested person is wel- come to attend. The remaining menu and list of guest speakers includes: March 9,.Dr. Clinton Hughes with blacked eyed peas and ham; March 16, Dr. Dan Crawford with lasagna; and March 23, Rev. 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Reusing a building along Main Street in the downtown that had been previously been damaged by fire, the husband and wife team of Chris and Sarah Scarborough not only renovated the interior of the building, they uti- lized a concept of what is old, is new. With a number of city officials, mer- chants and well-wishers present, the grand opening and ribbon cutting were held on the evening of Friday, Feb. 26. IN ADDITION to opening the busi- ness, Sarah Scarborough presented a showing of her own work. A nurse by profession, she is an artist at heart. Dealing with black and white images, her artworks adorned the walls. Chris Scarborough did much of the work on the gallery. After mitigated fire damage, plas- ter was removed from parts of the inte- rior walls, making the original brick visible again. A raised platform area is located in the rear and .accent lighting is found throughout the building. The store" will serve as Sarah Scarborough's art studio, when she is not serving as a nurse. open House Highlights Upgrades at Event Facility By ANDY KOBER Victoria Belle Mansion has already become d desti- nation point in Hogansville and with recently upgrades has become even more so. Located in the downtown business district, Victoria Belle is the site of numerous weddings and special events. The mansion was origi- nally constructed by David Isham Daniel in 1897 and ren- 6vated in the 1950s by Dave Daniel. The mansion includes ele- ments of Victorian, Greek Revival, and Antebellum highlights A Bridal Open House held in February provided an opportunity for area resi- dents andvisitors to see many of the improvements that have taken place, especially those with wedding plans in the their future. In addition, the Vintage White Barn has been added. This has provided eight indoor and outdoor wedding ceremony and reception sites on the property. 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Ask for Lee or Leah 706-443-5550 Email: LBISH5817@yahoo.com Cavaliers Improve Recoi'd to 3-1 on Season runners scored and the In the fouth inning, Shaw Continued From Page 1A Cavaliers won by a 4-2 mar- tied the game with a run and from Manchester and that gin to improve the team's it appeared the Raider might put runners on the corners record to 3-1. score more with no outs and fortheCavaliers.Brockcame The cavaliers jumped out the bases loaded, but the through again With a single to a 2-0 leadin the first inning. Cavaliers had other plans. and the score was 3-0 in favor Brock led off with an Callaway got a force out of the Cavaliers. infield single to get things at home plate and then The bats really got hot for started for the Cavaliers. Johnson struck out to Shaw the Cavaliers in the third Noah Hammett came batters to end the inning and inningand four more runners through with a base hitt and another Shaw threat. crossed the plate to give Brock was in scoring posi- Then the Cavalier offense Callaway a 7-0 lead. tion. went back to work. Courtney Laye started With the bases loaded and Raper beat out an infield things with a base hit and Ty one out, Cortney Laye single with one oflt to get the McCaml reached on an error grounded out, but Brock Cavalier offense going again. putting Laye in scoring posi- scored to give Callaway a 1- After Raper reached, Smith tion. Rollins loaded the bases 0 lead. was hit by a pitch and again, for the Cavaliers with a bunt Ty McCann came through Callaway had a runner in single and Raper approached with an infield single to plate scoring position. the plate with the. bases Hammett and the Cavaliers Two batters later, Brock loaded. Raper came through were leading by a score of 2- came through with a crush- :with a base hit tO plate Laye 0 ing hit to. the outfield that and then McCann scored on Shaw batters went in sailed over the Shaw out- an error, order only during two innings fielder's head and both run- Then Jordan Bonner plat- of the game but during the ners scored on a two-out dou- ed Rollins with a sacrifice fly. other five, the Raiders had a hie to make the score 4-2. Hanson drew a walk to runner or mulitple runners" Shaw tried to rally again keep the offense alive and on the base path, but the in the fifth inning and had a when Brock grounded out, Callaway defense would runner on second with no Raper scored and the come up big to help pitcher outs, but Johnson fanned Cavaliers had taken a com- DylanJohnsongetodtoftrou- three s~raight hitters and manding 7-0 lead. ble and preserve the win. another scoring threat was It was not until the sev- Shaw was only able to score dogged.by the Cavaliers. enth inning that Cavalier run- once in the third and fourth In the seventh inning with ners-were able to cross the innings, only one out, Shaw managed plate again, but two did and In the third inning, Shaw to get two runners on, but the Cavaliers had taken a 9- had scored a run to cut the again, Johnson fanned the 0 win. Callaway lead to 2-1and when next two Shaw hitters to lift Hanson led off the inning a hitter came through with a the Cavaliers to a 4-2 win. an[1 reached on anerror and base hit to right field that The Cavaliers will visit Milton Turner got a base hit. could have plated another Harris County High in A wild pitch by Manchester runner, Xavier Smith Hamilton today to play at 5:30 platd both Hanson and charged the ball and after p.m.andtomorrowtaketothe Turner. making a great catch, made road to Manchester with for a perfect throwto home plae a rematch with the Blue ON FRIDAY, the Shaw and HunterRoIIins, playing Devils at 4:15 p.m. Next Raiders came calling and put catcher, got the tag down for Tuesday, Mar. 8, the Cavaliers a good number of runners on the third out to end the Shaw will host Troup High at 5:30 the base path, but only two threat, p.m. Subscribe: (706) 846-3188