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But the big sigh of relief and the expression on his face Priday night after his Cavaliers beat the Patriots 21-0 told a dif- ferent story. "Any win is a good win," said Giddens. "But we really needed this one. If you get in a hole with two straight loss- es it's a real uphill climb in this region." In the opening minutes of the game it looked like the Cavs were heading for a dom- inating victory, scoring two touchdowns in a six minute span. On the Cavaliers' second play from scrimmage, Clantwan Martin ran 70 yards to put the home team on the board first. IVo possessions later, Callaway took advan- tage of a Greenville fumble when Carl Epps scampered in from 19 yards out and Callaway led 14-0 with 4:35 still left in the first quarter. Midway through the sec- ond quarter Martin scored again, this time from 50 yards out. Martin finished the game th 158 yards rushing on 13 carries. Epps added 44 yards, carrying the ball four times. Greenville's defense, with the help of a self- destructing Callaway offense, held the Cavaliers scoreless for the rest of the game. "They did a good job on defense," said Giddens. "The blitzed and stunted a lot and we did a poor job of picking it up." Callaway had several opportunities to score but could not put the Patriots away. Starting inside Greenville territory eight times, they scored just seven points. "We didn't execute very well. Greenville did a good job up front and we couldn't find a way to keep the  balance," said Giddens. Despite the offensive Callaway's Mike Fanni] the win in perspective. win gives us some tum. We know we to work on, and I practice hard next try to get better, Callaway, a playoffl three out of the past },ears, now faces a stretch of games tomorrow night when travel to Barnesville Lamar County. into the season as one of favorites to win the championship. "We'll look at the fil  see where we can im said Giddens. "This is tough region. We can't to make the been making and win in this league." Callaway is all and 1-1 in region Lamar County is 2-0 i region and 3-0 overall. TOUGH MATCHUP- "Greenville did a good job up front and we couldn't find a keep them off balance," says Callaway Coach Claude Giddens. Blue Creek Road Burglary Investi According to Troup County investigators and Sheriff Donny Turner. a bur- glary occurred at 2071 Blue Creek Road, Hogansville in which approximately $13,000.00 in various items were taken from the resi- dence. A suspect was named and stolen property was found at area pawnshops as well as other locations, which led to the arrest of Charles Pdfred Edwards, 23, of 12 Norwood Road, Hogansxdlle. Edwards was charged with and is being held $10,000.00 bond. The case remains investigation and Turner says more arrestS! forthcoming. 'Christmas Child' Effort Taking Shape By PATTI PHILUPS Operation Christmas Child, a project of Rev. Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse is once again in high gear. The Hogansville First Baptist Church WMU is heading the church-wide effort of filling shoe boxes that will be pre- sented to a needy child at Christmas. Due to war, natu- ral disaster, poverty, illness or neglect, this shoe box filled with needed items is the one and only gift they receive Christmas morning. Operation Christmas Child is a unique project of Christian relief and evangel- ism organization Samaritan's Purse, that will deliver gifts to children that hurt, telling them about the greatest gift that God,gave to us, His Son, Jesus Christ. Perfect & Less than Perfect Credit Welcome... Even Ch. 7 & Ch. 13 Bankruptcy. Options May kar) Per Pbn: *%501.29 Mo Pkl bad or SP of S76,100,00: I(,G [.(',an at a 3{ hear Fixed Rate of 03 4% for Qualific Buyers: AI', inlbnnatitm rein subt to error, omissica & or change ++t+'+c+ut .,otce. The shoe boxes to children all over the and many for a boy or girl age of two-four' to nine years old and years old. After receiving a box and deciding child you mark the shoe box and age and fill it a ately. You may write a to the child of yourself or your you include your nam e address Enclose $5 attached envelope inside for shipping and costs. Checks are mended and should If you are sending one shoe box one donation may envelope. Place the on top of gift items so clearly visible. Then, a ber band is to be around your box and lid. Suggested gifts are, small cars, balls, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas jump ropes, small Sketch, toys make noise (with extra teries), Slinky, etc; supplies: pens, sharpener, crayons or ers, stamps and ink coloring books, a'iting or paper, solar etc.; hygiene items: brush, toothpaste, washcloth, etc.