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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2000 PAGE 7A .,away Crushes Decatur, 41-28 Preparing Homecoming Northgate s Friday Night 8y Bryan Geter The Callaway Cavaliers (2-3 overall, 1-2 region) SOundly defeated the Decatur Bulldogs 41-28 Friday on the road. Workhorse Jay Brewer picked up 227 yards rush- on 16 carries and scored three touchdowns on night, Reggie Jackson added another TD as he carried skin six times for 111 yards. Chris Smith passed only once on the night for a yard touchdown to Lonnie Thornton. The Cavaliers put orhan offensive show as they totaled 402 yards - 373 yards and 29 yards passing. The CAVS defense allowed only 85 yards rush- lag but the Bulldogs passed for 187 yards for a total of 272 yards. The defense had two interceptions and caused a fumble in the contest. Brent Matheny was five out of six in the extra Point category. In other highlights, Jackson returned one kick- off for 51 yards and Kawaski Patterson returned two for 57 yards. Callaway had 40 tackles on the night with Mrk I'Iajdasz leading the way with 10 solos. He was followed by James Iousa with six. Mario Towns and Matt Stargill each contributed and a half tackles. David Thornton added five. Rod Stevens had four and a half. Matheny made three solos and one interception While Lonnie Thornton intercepted the football once. FRIDAY NIGHT the Cavaliers will host the once- beaten Northgate Vikings for homecoming at Callaway Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, the CAVS will host a parade starting the school's parking lot and head down Whitfield Afterwards, a bonfire will be held in the stu- lot. Four senior Cavalier beauties will be vying for 2000 Homecoming Queen Friday night. Two smen will represent her respective class complete the homecoming court. The Sequeena Glenn, Erin Chandler, "unior represen- : and :helle Brantley; :Shae Phillips and 7 Hickox; and freshmen representatives are Thomas and Holle Leath. PLENTY OF REASONS TO CHEER - This year is turning out to be a spectacular year for the Callaway enthusiasm is helping the team rack up impressive victories such as last week's battle against Decatur. Awesome Achievers CROWD PLEASERS - The Callaway Cavaliers defeated the Decatur Bulldogs Friday night, 41- 28. The entire team played well. Speedster Jay Brewer (I) had a great game as he rushed for 227 yards and three touch- downs. Brent Matheny (r) booted five out of six ,, P.A.T.'s and had three tack- :les and one interception on the night. Cheerleaders, who find their ansville Alumni Gather at Festival Hummingbird Festival will be held in Hogansville the of October 21st and 22nd. HHS alumni are invited back to share old memories, see and just have a good time. are planned downtown with entertainment in our former classmates, and even children of class- performing. will be an alumni booth in front of the City Hall, or as r remember it as the Royal Theater. sign in and get a name tag so folks won't be embar- they can't remember your name!! activities will also be posted. Saturday night there will ," at the old gym with music from all the decades. is $5.00 and refreshments will be available. if you've got the notion, dress as you would have when back at our dear old alma mata. also include an early worship service at 9:00 Sunday in the newly renovated school auditorium. I former alumni will be helping with service. So, don't you would have a great time if you would just come ',to Hogansville? more information, call Wanda Howington Lowe at 637- rass Show Set Hoofer's Oct. 19-21 and The Isaacs headline Pickin' & Jammin', festival at Hoofer's in LaGrange on Thursday, 19-21. at 1:30 p.m. (EDT) on Thursday and Friday 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, continuing until about 11 each an afternoon session and returns during the evening session. are valid all day. Thursday are The Lewis Family, The Isaacs, and the Ezells. Friday's lineup has David Parmley Avery Trace, Tennessee Gentlemen, Steel , The Ezells, and Jimmy Bowen & Santa Fe. on Saturday will be The James King Band, Steel Faith, Southern Breeze, Avery Trace, and Valerie Smith. admission is $15, reserved seats are $20 and 3- passes are $50. Children under 12 are admitted for snack bar are open during shows and plen- ,s are available.. located at 3472 Hogansville Rd. 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