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- Here you have the entire 2003 Cavaliers football team. They are: Bottom Row, left to right: Zach Bower, Brook Stephenson, Roger Barker, Clantwan Martin, Malone, Adrian Ham, Reggie Tigner, Zach Gionens, Chris Tigner, Marly Bennen, Mick Ogletree, Demarriaon McDowell and Bernanus Newman. Second Row, left to right: Tucker, Carl Epps, Jeremy Bean, Jub Jenes, Justiny Ray, Christian Brown, Ramman Keyton, Jamar Simpson, Tae Owens, Breyue Driyue Pattrson, Megan Lapinski, Samantha Third Row, left to right: Pete Wiggins, Allen Bradshaw, Brian Jackson, Jason Boatman, Zeke Cofield, Andrew Elder, Corbin Smith, Desmond Pender, Brent McCoors, Larry Sam Fisher, Chris Hill, Scott Moat and Terry Harper, Fourth Row, left tO right: Eris Woods, Beaver Shelton, Justin Whaley, Chris Doyle, James Delph, Ben Stein, Brian Matt Geter, Michael Jones, Jeremy Pike Jared May and John Harris. Fifth Row, left to right: Lamar Lipham, Alex Mathews, Ken Ellis, Matt Neighbors, Courtney Rhodes, Alberton, Oman Cameron, Corey Houston, Cody Gates, Lynn Kendell, Claude Giddens and Frank Glover. C, allaway Sets Sights On " Year MEN -Endless hours in t'he weight room earned these elite Cavaliers the Iron Man designation. Certain weight training goals had to be met. Members of the hard body hierarchy include Reggie Tigner, Chris Bernard Newman, Jeremy Dean, Coq/Houston, Derrius Mahone, Carl Epps, Clantwan Martin, Brian Moore Justin Briy. ORS - grader are, Stein, Reeves, ntwan Chris Christian Jeremy and Brian Back ffrey r Barker, Houston, rnard and By CLINT CLAYBROOK Callaway Head Coach Clauffe Giddens has high hopes- and high expectations for his second season at the head of the Cavaliers. Giddens came here last year after a five-year run at Highland Home High School in South Alabama, where he compiled a 43-19 record as the head football coach. Last year, the Cavaliers were 6-4, but lost 45-21 in the first round of the state 4-AA play-offs to Americus. After opening at home this week against Villa Rica, See CALLAWAY, Page 2B II ansville Pharmacy I , CERTIFIED REAL EsTATE APPRAISER |    LISTING AND SALES BROKERS  {  I 637-8683 300 East Main Street .[  RE/Ty  I Best Wishes from Iimt=== I  Lsj RAHN Phil Waldrop & Staff