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I By JOHN KUYKENDALL to play in the first half. came through again for the Cavaliers. Stephens had a Columbus put together a drive to cut the Cavalier lead great punt that went out of bounds on the .Columbua 2- The Callaway High Cavaliers are 3-0 on the season and to 14-7 and wree driving again when Kobe Jackson inter- yard line and on the next play Nathan Sapp collected a have won 22 consecutive regular season games after cepted a Columbus pass and the Cavalier offense was up tackle for loss in the end zone to give the Cavaliers a safe, defeating Columbus High Saturday night before home-and running again, ty and a 30-7 lead with 6:07 left to play in the third quar- town fans by a score of 44-13. On the first play, quarterback Kedrick Ramsey threwter. The Cavaliers dominated the game getting on the score- a backward pass to Jacob Freeman, who showed off his In the fourth quarter, Wilkerson returned a punt for board on the second offensive possession of the night, ability to throw the football, hurling it down field into the 70-yards to score and this time Hunter Williamson add The Cavaliers drove 57 yards on that possession and capped waiting hands of Atkins who scampered 20 yards to score the extra point and the Cavaliers had taken a commana- the drive with a 22-yard touchdown run by DJ Atkins. on a 60-yard touchdown play. Stephens added his third ing 37-7 lead. Noah Stephens added the extra point and the Cavaliers extra point of the night and the Cavaliers were leading Columbus managed to score again and cut the Cavalier had taken an early 7-0 lead. by as core of 21-7. lead to 37-13, but the Cavaliers were done yet. Lavaris The Cavaliers improved its lead to 14-0 early in the The Cavaliers added another touchdown before the Patterson scored on an 8-yard touchdown run and second quarter. Gabriel Moultrie set up the score with a half came to a close when the defense forced a punt and Williamson added the extra point to make the score 44- 74-yard run and the Cavaliers had a first and 10 inside Wilkerson received the football at the Cavalier 25-yard 13 to cap the night's scoring. the Columbus 5-yar.:l line. Cartavious Bigsby drove into line and out ran the Columbus defenders 75-yards to score. The Cavaliers will travel to Upson Lee this Friday the end zone from four yards out on the next play. Stephens Stephens added the point after and the Cavaliers led by night in Thomaston to play at 7:30 p.m. Please come out split the uprights on the extra point attempt and the 28-7 at the end of the first half. and support the Cavaliers as the team attempts to improve Cavaliers were leading by a score of 14-0 with 11:06 left In the third quarter, the specialty team and defense to 4-0 on the season. Photo Submitted TROUP COUNTY COMMISSION HONORS YOUTH BASEBALL TEAM - The Board of Commissioners recognized member of Troup National 11-12 year-old Dixie Baseball Georgia State Champions. Front Row L-R: Lane Christie, Gryson Cockrell, Jimmie Jackson, Dallas Pearson, Bryson Monteith, Avery Hewell. Back Row L-R: Assistant Coach Jackson Shellnutt, Preston Pressley, Colton Esposito, Trevor Booton, Blake Sheppard, Steven Hill, Head Coach Curt Longshore, Assistant Coach Glenn Jackson. Not Pictured is Rocky Pemberton. By ADRIANNE COX Meriwether County Extension Agent "Don't shoot your eye out" is a famous quote from A Christmas Story. The movie always brings a good laugh. The boy wants a BB gun more than anything else for Christmas. Some things never change. Children still love shooting BB guns and other target sports. It gives them a great sense of accomplishment, not to mention its fun. Harris County 4-H offers shooting sports to youth through a volunteer led program. This adult/youth partnership works to instill accomplishment and develop skills among our young people. Shooting sports is a great way for students to learn gun safety, com- petitive skills and responsibility among other lifelong skills. 4-H can offer several differ- ent disciplines in shooting sports. Currently Harris County 4-H has Certified 4-H Coaches in Archery and Shotgun. 4-H would love to have other teams such as BB, Air Rifle, Air Pistol or 22 Rimfire. But, in order to offer these opportunities for the students, there must be adult coaches. 4-H needs adults who have a passion for shooting sports and enjoy working with kids to volunteer to coach. Don't know about the competitive side of shooting sports? No problem, all adults are given the information they need during the Coaches Training Certification Class. STUDENTS WHO are 4th to 12th grades are encouraged to join a 4-H shooting sports team. There are specific age rules for the dif- ferent disciplines. There is information regarding all 4-H shooting sports on the 4-H Project S.A.F.E. website. S.A.F.E. stands for "Shooting Awareness, Fun and Education", www.georgia4h.org/safe. Another way to support the 4-H shooting sport programs is by sponsorship. Donations are accepted and are tax deductible. All dona- tions help the students within Harris County 4-H to be successful. Please contact the Harris County Extension Office at 706-628-4824 or email Adrianne Cox, ahcox@uga.edu, for more information about becoming a coach, volun- teer or sponsor the S.A.F.E. program. www, in' :erst:atemotorsinc,com Hamilt0n,132 South College Street,70 628-0082 H0gansvine,1790 East Main Street,706-637-8484 By JOHN KUYKENDALL The Callaway High Lady Cavaliers fell to 0-3 in region play last week when the team dropped a heart- breaker to Temple High on Thursday. Oeisha Jenkins had a good outing on the mound for the Lady Cavaliers. Jenkins gave up three runs in the first inning and one run in the second inning, but settled in after that and did not allow Temple to score. The Lady Cavaliers gave it their all. In the first inning, Kelly Carlisle doubled and scored on a Jenkins sacrifice fly to give the Cavaliers a 1-0 lead. In the third inning, with the score at 4-1 in favor of Temple, Leijorey Sanders reached base with a hit and eventually scored on a RBI by Jasmine Dukes to cut the Temple lead to 4-2. In the sixth inning with the bases loaded, Kailea Speer drew a walk and the Lady Cavaliers had cut the Temple lead to 4-3. Unfortunately, Temple out- lasted the Lady Cars to win by the 4-3 margin. The Lady Cavaliers will play next Tuesday, Sept. 19 at Lamar County at 5:30 p.m. and on Thursday, Sept. 21 host Heard County at 5:30 p.m. Please come out and sup- port the Lady Cavaliers.