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PAGE 10-A HOGANSVILLE tt)M: NEws - TttURSDAY, SEFr. 12, 2002 Callaway Girls x,Nin Fifth Straight ( By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady CAVS came from behind Thursday to defeat Southeast Macon, 7-4. The Lady CAVS are 8-9 on the I I IIII season and 4-0 in the region. Callaway scored four runs in the sixth inning after trailing 4-3 after trailing 4-3 at the end of five. Crystal Reese started the inning with a single and scored on Karmarsha Martin's triple. The Hogansville Home News ports I I, ,I Irl, I I IIIIIII I I II IIIII I I Cross Country Team W'ms at Dual Meet By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Cross Country team hosted a dual meet with Heard County Saturday and came away with a win. Callaway boys won with these times: Whit Costley - 18:29, John Doyle - 20:04, Cory Czarnonycz - 20:49. Spence Dixon - 21:14 and Shane Mathews - 22:46. Other Cavaliers times are as follows: Nick Suddath - 24:05, Daniel Snider - 24:17, Jeff Carpenter - 25:30, Joseph knight - 25:47 and Chris Griggs - 29:56 (injuried). Heard County's number one runner finished at 21:32 which placed him fifth overall. Although Heard County didn't field a girls team. Callaway's girls ran as a practice race and Senior Jamie Rife established a school record for the newly formed Lady Cavaliers Cross Country team with a time of 21:35 - a time which placed her sixth overall in the boy's competition. Finishing second was Freshman Heather Bradley with a time of 25:36. Vonetta Epps followed with a single as Martin scored. Bridgett Phillips tl!l hit her second inside-the-park homer of the game to complete the comeback. Allison Hall pitched five innings allowing four runs on two hits and walked nine. D'Lisa McCmm pitched the final two innings allowing one hit and striking out the last four she faced. Callaway opened the game with a run in each of the first innings taking a 3-1 lead Southeast scored three times bottom of the fifth inning. Phillips finished the game three hits and four RBI's. Football T, am HitbyLat; ,P'lmimlm By Missy Ballew STRETCHING OUT - Two of Caltaway's football players do some "stretching" before the game with LaGrange Friday evening. Justin Bray (on ground) and Kowalski Patterson gets ready to rumble. Continued From Page 1A rying the ball six times. "'\\;re couldn't just quit," said Callaway senior Mike Fannin. "No matter what the score is, we just have to suck it up and play as hard as we Can." It would have been easy to slack off in the second half after being out-gained by almost 250 yards and down by 28 points, but Giddens would have none of that. "I stressed to the team at halftime that we were getting the things done that we need- ed to. We're getting closer to where we need to be," said Giddens. "All in all, I like our team and see improvement from the beginning of the year." Patterson, the senior quarterback, had a similar philosophy. "We got plain and simple," Patterson. "'But it lets us the areas we need to on." That work be for this week's region game on the against Macon County. "We've got some world| do," said Giddens. "But guarantee you that our will bounce back from loss. I think we and we'll be ready to Friday night." WRITER'S cle is dedicated to the ry of Wade Gaddy, a fixture the sidelines of and Callaway High SchoOl 30 plus years as a player, istician, and most of all, Let's Hope Prediction On Callaway Is Wrong Heading into our third week of football, we are sitting on 15 right and five wrong over the first two weeks. We picked Harris County over Hardaway and missed it by a touchdown and really missed the Miami vs. Florida game in Gainesville. ,, Alabama played Oklahoma a much closer game than i thought they would and could have won it with a little luck. The fact that Virginia bounced back to beat South Carolina could be a bad omen for the Bulldogs Saturday night in Columbia. Looking over this week's schedule, there are some good games on tap. *Callaway travels to Montezuma to play an improved Macon County team. The Cavaliers will be out to atone for last week's high scor- ing loss to LaGrange, but it's my guess the homestandmg red team will win this one. tie with the Brookstone Cougars Friday night. This is the youngest, least experi- enced Brookstone team in sev- eral seasons. Landmark should win this one. The Jackson Red Devils roll into Greenville Friday night to play the Patriots who lost their first game to Pike County in a close one last week.. Jackson is a tough team to bounce back on, and probably too much to ask of the Pats. By Jo  GIVING INSTRUCTIONS - Callaway Head Coach Claude Giddens gives instructions to Sean Strozier during the iron game against LaGrange last Friday night. *Eagles Landing will come down from Henry County to play Coach Bobby Smith's Wildcats in Woodbury. The Cats will win a game one of these nights, but E.L.C.A. has the more experienced stable ot' horses tins tune. *Tri-County seems to be improving every week while Crawford County doesn't appear to be as strong as in past years. Tri-County beats the Eagles on the home field of the Eagles in Roberta. *Troup County has lost to LaGrange, but so has every- body else. Troup will roll over Kendrick in a Region 4-A game with comparative ease. *Lamar County always plays Manchester close, espe- cially the past few years. If the Blue Devils can avoid turnovers and hold the score close until halftime, they could win. However, without the long ball threat of the Kevins, it could be a long night. *Heard County and Pacelli look to be about even, but play- hag on the home field in Columbus, look for the Vikings to win this one. Both teams are improved but the big red team has nine starters back from last year. * *Landmark Christian comes to Columbus to do bat- One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. The good news is, it's highly treatable, if you find it early. If you are 50 or older and have not been screened in the past year for prostate cancer, come to the 00-HEE PROSTAT SCREENING offered by Upson Regional Medical Center. Woodbury- September 12th from 5:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at the URMC Professional Building To make an appointment, call the Lab at URMC at (706) 647-8111 ext. 156 or 655