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ItO(;A.'.SVmI.E HOME NEWS - TI[URSDAY, AUG. 29, 2002 Pa(;l,; 3-B i Look for Future NFL Superstars_on the 2002 Cavaliers! By Bryan Geter ENDS AND OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS - (front row, I-r) Chris Doyle, allan Collins, }Calkins, Beau Shelton and Spence Dixon; (back row, I-r) Coach Lynn Kendall, Jones, Jon Thornton, Roger Barker, Cad Epps, Robed Taylor and Coach Lamar By Bryan Geter CO-ATHLETIC DIRECTORS Jeff Cavaness and Claude Giddens will hope their prac- tice schedules are still busy when late November arrives. ,ter-Hanis Game to be Close, B uL.. feature game in this the woods on open- aight will be Harris visit to Memorial in Manchester for a but bitter, rival WILL GUESSENPICK Tigers got off to a Start last year with a 20- team, but Won two more outings County has a new staff including head Jay Andrews who former coach Jim Tommy Parks and Drew have come from Manchester and Year's team. Blue Devils lost a Igroup of seniors to grad- since last year, but to return 14 seniors at the GHSA coach Zeke Geer a hand in eight con- )layoff seasons and no loss this year. should be close, Blue Devils should on their home finished last tied with Lamar and Manchester at 4-AA. The i new adjust to a new and find replace- ments in both the defensive front and secondary. Playing a 1dple A school on the road looks to be too tough for the Cavs. Villa Rica over Callaway. Twiggs County across the state rolls into Talbotton to take on new football coach Calvin Epps' Hawks. Central, who won only two games last season, should be more expe- rienced this fall, but they lost size in the line and an expe- rienced quarterback in Edjuan. Juan Flute is expect- ed to provide the leadership to push the Hawks by Twiggs playing at home. Taylor County is expect- ed to return the nucleus of a top ten team that has been strong since coach Bill Montgomery took the foot- ball job six years ago. Crawford County has been down in recent years and will find it tough going Friday night against the Vikings in Butler. *Flint River hits the road to play Windsor in a game where it will take an all-out effort and much luck to come away a winner. The Cats seem to have some good starters, but not enough experienced depth.*Pacelli isn't exactly loaded this fall, but with nine defensive starters from last year's team back this fall should be enough to get by Our Idy of Mercy. The Greenville Patriots travel to Zebulon to take on Pike County in the opening game for new head coach Jeremy Williams who landed in Greenville after earlier stops at Iqaih'is County and Manchester. "I%vo more Manchester natives, assistant head coach iChip Medders and coach Tanner Glisson, are former Blue Devils, now at Greenville. _ Becauseofyourtrust, we've grown to be one of the largest, strongest independent insurance brokerage, and that's made us all winners. We'd like to take a time out to say thanks for your business. J. Smith Lanier & Co. Call for an analysis or quote. W. Main Street Manchester, GA 31826 706-846-2148 s On Fifth Avenue Manchester . Talbot'ton Street Hwy. 41 Noah TalboRon i "I'R ADIN POST 123 West Main Street (706) 846-3620 Manchester ., A decade of technological innovation.., and now, ....  ..... two  alh'ancmllm !::''': Ill! Come by and check it out! Jennings MaxPin00ow I00dt Similar to Picture with red dot scope. Includes: 4 bolts, quiver and rope cocking device. $49999 Ais0, see the Jennings G2XL now in stock