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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 2003 PAGE 5-A JODY HALE Sometimes, things just your way. Such was the case for the Cavaliers last The Macon in all facets of , with victory at Callaway Callaway coach Giddens didn&apos;t try the fact that his team poorly. "Macon County has a team", said Giddens. t play well on either side of ball." With another region foe, waiting in the for the Cars this week, and his staff know they are up against. ). "We've go to regroup and Still Winless After 25-0 Loss not dwell on this game," said Giddens. "Greenville has a fine team and they'll be ready to play. We need to be ready too." The Cavaliers never got things together in the game against Macon County. The Bulldogs allowed Callaway less than 100 total yards offensively while racking up 275 yards rushing them- selves. The Bulldogs were efficient with the football, eating up valuable time on each of their drives. Callaway managed only five first downs in the game. "There's no way to beat a team like Macon County when you can't move the ball," said Giddens. "Normally, the thing we do best is run. They shut us down with their defense and we never found a grove when we had the ball." Both teams were score- less in the first quarter. The Bulldogs got on the board with 8:39 left in the first half. The point after made the score 7-0. On their next possession, the 'Dogs put together a drive that used eight plays and ended when quarterback Darrian Felton hit Michael Thomas for a Macon County touchdown. The PAT was no good and the Bulldogs took a 13-0 lead into the locker room at halftime. Neither team scored in the third quarter but Macon County went 70 yards in nine plays early in the fourth to take a 19-0 lead. Carl Epps and Clantwan Martin paired up in the fourth quarter with long runs but Callaway's best drive of the night ended when quarter- back Justin Bray was tacked for a loss on fourth down to give the ball back to Macon County. The Bulldogs got their final touchdown on a quar- terback keeper late in the fourth quarter to cap the 25- 0 win. Callaway travels to Greenville this week to take on the Patriots in a crucial region 4-AA match up. ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY - A large crowd turned out for Greenville's Labor Day Bash sponsored by Mayor Rubye Byrd to launch her re-eelction campaign. Activities and live entertainment added zest to the event, but there was no doubt that the free food was the real star. Area residents also found it a good time to chat and talk about what happened over the summer and what they're looking forward to this fall. Tired of getting up late? Need help remembering important dates? Call Jamie at Jar'oieis wake up call an( remhl0er service lor your wake up,eminder call at 706+637-9699 o 1-800-637-9699 Year' Nominees Be Honored at Reception The Troup County School System has announced the 2003- nominees from each school. The of the,Year ill be named October 7 at a p Count Chamber" 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 * 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-marl: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. Gary W. Brown Tl00e 20031 "" ii The Field's Golf Course " Monday, October 6, 2003 LaGrang, A 4, 1-85 South Hwy 27 about 3 miles, then right onto Ra , 1-185 North Hwy 27 about 3/4 mile, then left onto R: You are invited to participate in: lay of Fun & 27 holes of ( Shotgun Start 9:00 A.M. Registration 8:00 A.M. Bar B Que and Fish Lunch 1:00 PM _ Awards Reception immediately following iii ii:::iil i ............ .......................  ....... :: ::   '-"<@i <[:::::""i,:'  ***********Prizes galore and then some**:*********  i pn I vroceeas from this Golf TouTnret-wll-b - - "-'- -'- -"- -"-" "- .... "- '" -  usea for cnarliy wlin Hooseveli warm I I Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, the primary beneficiary. I I Make Checks payable to: Carl Von Epps Charity Golf Tournament I I P.O. Box 1368--LaGrange, Georgia 30241 I I Fax: 706-884-0408 Call: 706-884-6768 emaih vonepps@charter.net I I Paid for by The Committee to Re-elect Carl Von Epps I Betty Hines from Berta Weathersbee Elementary School; Barnett from Cannon Street Elementary School; Katie from Ethel W. Kight Magnet School; Denise Giddens Hillcrest Elementary School, Emily Morton from Elementary School; Kim Myers from Hollis Elementary School; Rhonda'Beaulieu from Long Cane School; Dawn Redmond from Mountville School; Bryna Bobick from Rosemont School; Macnette .Hanners from Unity School; Rebecca Duskin from West Point School; Christine Nobley and Whitesville Road r School; Benita Epps from West Side Elementary Bill Bryant from Callaway Middle School; Cassidy and Becky Woody from Gardner Newman Middle Jonathan Laney and Pam Murphy from Long Cane ; Cathy Chambless from Callaway High School; Loyd and Leigh Ann Huffstetler from LaGrange High Jan Carries and Sandy Cook from Troup High School; from Hope Adademy. ;m Baptist Finalizing Plans Homecoming on Sept. 28 Salem Baptist Church in Raleigh Community will homecoming on Plans are underway to of worship and a wonderful day attendance. Services will begin at ll:00a.m. mstor Francis Gibson the message. Emily Gibson, daughter of pastor Francis and Johnnie, Gibson, will be in charge of the music for this special day. Lunch will be served in the fellowship hall following the morning worship service. We hope you will make plans to attend the home- coming celebration at Salem Baptist Church. : "At .... :: :::::: ,: tGeor Ill . g we for for excellence of and these part of what System, n is not a but a people here for one :2003