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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - TIIURSDAY, OCT. 3, 2002 PAGE 3-A :i Opportunities Haunt Cat taway ......... &apos; support our Troops ' I 1 1 work and, drove 96 yards for rolled over and played dead, dOO H I . l the game s first score. After but that's not the character I 3 / the PAT, Lamar led 7-0 with of our team." 1_ Call it growing pains. Call i  p lm 11:53 left in the first half. On offense, Callaway con- i [bafl luel. Call ifadjusting [   Four minutes later the tinued to move the ball but [tlnewcoachingsf.Some  /r Trojans struck again, this could not get into the end ply even call it maturing as / time on a 37 yard touchdown zone. i ,|etll. . : . passwithjustover seven min- Early in the final quarter, [ Whatever you choose to ) -[ utes left in the half. With the Lamar County botched a  clock winding down in the Callaway punt deep in their L  first half the Trojans struck territory. Once again, ' again, this time from 19 yards Murphy's Law reared its head out to put Lamar ahead 21-0. as the Cavaliers moved the 123 est tain Street * (706) 846-3620 * Manchester it, CaUaway head coach de Giddens assessment [.last Friday's 24-0 loss to [qath ranked Lamar County summed up,wi' one sim- [ statement. "It s frustrat- 1117 said Giddens. "We've [l'ked hard and done some Mathews 1 Legacy '599 , g tothings, but we still have work on and a lot of _gs we have to put togeth- | Giddens' frustrations rtre well warranted. His got to within 36 inches [lille goal line three times, in the first half, and away with no points. At ]es, they were their own enemy. The Trojans, on lie other hand, took advan- !:e of nearly every break way gave them and offthe field still unde- ped in reaion 4-An. Callaway began the game rith Carl Epps taking the kickoff to mid field. By LET'S DO IT THIS WAY - Callaway Head Coach Claude Giddens sends in a play by Sean Strozier in !he game Friday evening against Lamar County. The Trojans blanked tl'ie CAVS, 24-0. A steady dose of Clantwan Martin runs put the ball on Lamar's one - yard line. Kowalski Patterson's quar- terback keeper for an appar- ent touchdown was called back by a penalty. On fourth down, Patterson's pass was incomplete and the Trojans took over on downs. Lamar County went to Caaway drove to the Trojans 26 yard line with time for one final play in the half. Patterson dropped back to pass but could not find a receiver open. His race for the goal line came up a yard short as time expired in the half with the Trojans maintaining their 21 point lead. To their credit, Callaway played with a renewed spirit in the second half. In fact, the Cavalier defense held Lamar in check, allowing no first downs until their final pos- session of the game. "I thought defensively we put more pressure on the quarterback and stopped the run much better in the sec- ond half," said Giddens. "Those guys could have ball to the one yard line only to have another touchdown called back by a penalty. Lamar County got a late field goal for the final points of the game. After the game, the ever optimistic Giddens said his team will get better as the season progresses. "We'll go back to work next week and start preparing for our next opponent. Our coaches are working hard and so are the players," said Giddens. Then, with a wink and a smile, the coach said in a con- fident voice, "Stay with us, we'll get there." Callaway, 2-3 overall and 1-2 in 4-AA, hosts Southeast tomorrow night at Callaway Stadium to begin the second half of the season. , Vs.e: Headquarters for the equipment you want to make your hunt a success! 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