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PACE 4-B HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 2003 35 Industrial Park Drive Woodbury, GA (706)553-9500 Formerty Meadows Motors Highway 85 North- Manchester 1-800-846-3181 - 706-846-3181 JUNIORS - These are the juniors hoping to make the Cavaliers' football seaons a very good one. Front Row, right: Jeremy Pike, Chris Hill, Brian Jackson, Matt Geter Derrius Mahone, Jared May and Sean Strozier. Back left to right: Rahman Keyton, Reggie "l'igner, Courtney Rhodes, Omar Cameron, Judson Jones and Sam Fisher. GRAD SOPHOMORES - Cavaliers in thier sophomore year on the team are: Front Row, left to right: Andrew Elder, Shelton, Jamar Simpson, Miko Ogletree, Jason Boatman and Marty Bonner. Fifth Avenue Manchester Talbotton Street Greenville Hwy. 41 North Talbotton FRESHMEN - This year's freshman footbaUers include, front row, left to right, i McCord, Corbin Smith, Drique Patterson and Tae Owens. Back Row, left to right, Whaley, Zeke Cofield and Desmond Render. Forecast: Callaway Will This fall's football season begins this weekend with a full slate of games on hand for area high schools and col- leges. Ole Will has unpacked his crystal ball and polished it off so there will be a mini- mum of miscalculations in his predictions. Here goes Will Guessenpick's .first week's picks: CaRaway over Villa Pica: Playing this game at Callaway Stadium in LaGrange should be enough to give the Callaway team an advantage over Villa Rica. Harris County over Manchester:. Greg Oglesby is back, but unfortunately G.H.S.A. Rules won't allow him to suit up and play. Could be close, but the Blue Devils are too young for the experi- enced Tigers. Twiggs over Central: Twiggs is expected to field another top 10 team and the Hawks are young. A tough opener in Jeffersonvflle. Taylor County over Craw ford County: The Vikings lost some good sen- iors to graduation, but they .... :.: .... i ;;I have an experienced squad. Taylor is a pre-season top ten team. Greenville over Pike County: The Patriots are improved this year, but so is Pike County. Playing at home will be in Greenville's favor. Peach County over Macon County: Peach County has a quarterback already committed, to Georgia. Macon is predicted to make the reign 4-AA playoffs, but the Ft. Valley team is too strong. Tri-County over Brookstone: Neither of these teams are expected to con- tend this fall but Tri-County has too much for the improv- ing Cougars. Pacelli over Our Lady of Mercy: The Vikings should have their best and deepest team in several years. They should have no a young and Our Lady of Peace F[in The Wildcats one to be played field in Woodbury. close, but expect the win. Georgia over What did, of injuries and a offensive line plus Dogs should come winner in this scrap. Auburn over California: These teams predicted to the top ten in the Southern Cal. won out i last year, but this time be played on the pla Jordan-Haire Stadiufft BYU over Georgia Until the Yellow they can compete wit| college teams, tinue to be Playing on the Thursday will not be The Jackets have a schedule this fall.