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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILI HJME N:ws - TttURSDAY, SEFf. 19, 2002 Callaway F alls in Region Opener, 40-35 Area High School le very well but that's partly must win game, but I will say By JODY HALE FootbH: saiddUe tOGiddens.Walker's elusiveness," wm"it's crucial to get a region 1 & 2 B, ]room Units After a 49-0 loss to Callaway got on the score- t?allaway(1-2ovea-allmd Central Heat &Air. Stove & Refrigerator laGrange, the Callaway board first with a four play 0-1 in theyegion) hosts long- Cavaliers could find some sol- scoring drive capped off by time rival,Greenville at MiebelleNor',t, MancNer ace in losing to a top ranked, a 17 yard run by Chi'is Tigner. Callaway Stadmm tomorrow Office Hours:  2:30 - 4.'30 defending state champion. Bowdon 21, Bremen17 Less than six minutes night. (706)637-4337 This past Friday, however, Eagles Landing aS, FRA0 later, Walker scampered 80 707E. Boyd Rd. Hogan'n/Ule that silver lining was hard to yards to tie the game at seven. ' ........ find after the Cavs dropped Jackson 34, Greenville0 Three minutes later, the their region opener to Macon Lamar Co. 42, Mar S Wildcats took their first lead County 40-35. Landmark 37, Brookstone 0 of the game on a three yard "We needed this game [ Heard Co. 14, Pacelll 7 run by Paul Herbin. The I'XI really badly," said Callaway I Shaw 41. Columbus 14 was successful and Macon head coach Claude Giddens. I County led 14-7. "We had a shot to win the Early Co. , Cairo 13 With just 33 seconds left : game. We kept battling back Deerfield-Wr. 21, SW Ac. 7 in the opening period. times. I think we [ Macon Co. 40, ,allsSS Clantwan Martin scored to SO many really grew up a lot as a team."  Mary Persons 32, Jones 0 cut the deficit to 14-1&,Martin Battle back they did. I lw, ontul,ell would go on to score three more touchdowns and rush Callaway came from behind I Tri-County 29, Crawford 0 twice in the fourth quarter to i for a career high 187 yards. : te the lead, but the Wildcats [ T roup27, Kendrick0 Both defenses settled of Macon County found one down in the second quartet" more rally to win the game. and Macon County scored the The Cavs led 35-34 with just downrunbyClantwanMartm only points of the quarter on ' :under three minutes to play and a gutsy two point con- a 28 yard pass to take a 21-13 thankstoa seven yardtouch- version by quarterback lead into the locker room at Kowalski Patterson. But halftime. Macon County's Roy Walker, "We issued a challenge to a pre-season all state pick, led our team at the half," said his team to pay dirt again, Giddens. "I knew that if we stickingadaggerinthehearts played hard and didn't quit, of the Cavaliers. we could win the game." Walker had touchdown In the second half, runs of 82, 80 and 68 yards en Callaway showedits courage, routetoagamehigh280yards coming back from 15 point Every week we help rushing, deficits twice. Martia scored thousands "We lmew containing him three fourth quarter Tl)s but oJ ,RO.,BI(: was crucial," said Giddens. the football tradition rich "To his credit, he did what it Wildcats would not roll over takes to win. We didn't tack- After Martin's score and Patterson's conversion put Next U Callaway ahead by a point, Macon County drove the By Jody Hale Cavalier three and Herbin TAKING A BREAK scored again with just over a Callaway's Senior minute to play to seal the vic- Quarterback Kowalski Pattern takes a break dur- tory. "I really feel bad for out" ing the game at Macon guys," said Giddens. 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