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rs Go! Do Battle GETER just hours until the start of the long-awaited 2002 season for Callaway High School. h Claude Giddens said he was pleased way his squad have played in the two scrimmage m preparations for the season opener on the road at tomorrow evening. is set for 8 p.m. kids played hard after a hard fought battle against weekend. "I thought our attitude was great as they .said they were ready to get to work and get better." said quarterback Kowalski Patterson ran the Well and made some good gains. our offensive line has to get better at sustaining added. Giddens said his team didn&apos;t tackle as well had expected. "We will pick up the level of intensity as set to play this week," he stated. first year head coach said he is expecting his sen- has done well in practice, to bring the leadership needed to the game. to watch in the 2002 season are Patterson, Jon Tigner, Brandon Thomas, Mike Fannin, Carl t, Jake Walls, Tony Stargill, Marrio Towns, Anthony Nick White and Ricky Thrash to name a few. has between 68-68 players on their roster. Callaway High Cavaliers 2002 Varsity Footbafl Schedule ..... .......... ii i " Ii::,: August 30 Villa Rica A 8:00 September 6 LaGrange A 7".30 September 13 "Macon County A 7:30 September 20 *Greenville ( au,,,..<, :,: _ , ,, h,. H 7:30 September 27 Lamar County A 7:30 October 4 * Southeast Maccm , t l,,,',ming H 7:30 October 11 "Manchester A 7:30 October 19 *Jackson Eicmcnlar 7,nc Nighl H 7:30 October 2.5 ()pen November 1 *Crawford County A 7.'30 November 8 "Tri-County (Seni(n'/l'arent Night) H 7:30 November 15 Open November 22 1st Round State t'layoffs November 29 2nd Round State Playoffs December 6 Quarter-Finals December 1/t/14 Semi-F'mals (Georgia Iimm) December 20/21 State Finals Region IT'S THEIR YEAR - Part of Callaway's success this year will fall on the shoul- ders of the teams seniors. Their experience on the field and willingness to help their younger team- mates may be the key to winning. (Front row, I-r) Jake Walls, Marrio Towns, Mike Fannin, Kowalski Patterson, Anthony Chontos and Ricky Thrash; (back row) Tony Stargill, Greg Smith, Jon Thornton, Brandon Thomas, Jim Bowie and Nick White. Photo by Bryan Geter Hey Sport, NED F' M We'll get you back in game in no time! Georgia Baptist Meriwether Hospital is dedicated to providing the best health care possible to the residents of Meriwether and surrounding counties. Our services include: 24-hour Physician Staffed Emergency Room Inpatient & Outpatient Surgery CT Scanner Ultrasound, X-ray, Mammography, MRI Endoscopy Services Physical & Occupational Therapy Georgia Baptist Meriwether Physician Practices Nirmala ,shadri, M.D. "Dr. Nimmi,' Pediatrics 655 9300 Warm Springs Gary natfiek PA< Licensed Physician's Assistant 655 9300 Warm Springs 672 4818 Greenville E Alan Thompson, M.D. Internal Medidne & Galogy 846- 2215- Manches Jeffrey Sherman, M.D. Family Practice Diabetic Care 672 4818 Greenville Cindy Freed, D.O. Internal Medicine & Osteopathic Medicine 553 5356 Woodbury George Stefenelli, D.O. D/omen's Healthcare Obstetrician and . cg00,o00 655 9280 Warm Springs Georgia Baptist Meriwether Hospital and Nursing Home 5995 Spring Street Warm Springs 706.655.33.31