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October 11, 2001

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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVIIJ Holm NEWS - OCT. 11, 2001 Callaway Tops Northgate; 'Defense Played Super' By J. Dan Stout The Cavalier team was all smiles at last Friday's Region 5-AA game. The Cavs scored early and often as they beat the Vikings 30-14 at Northgate's Henry Selden Field. Callaway head coach Sunny Cummings put it this way. "Our defense played super tonight. This was a big game for us. I am real proud of our guys. Our defense shut down Northgate for most of the game." No. 3 Jay Brewer was big for Callaway. He ran for 201 total yards Fo Ev'n  ol, Crr.. AL You N=m: I. $1600 u =m atom la,al 3. 6 xmas ea cnmr In 3. lltffEU ldCtlSl APR u Low as 6.2S 1-000-5,t-JI#1 ,And Your @proval Is On The Way! SUV-Trucks-Vans-Cam 1000 II 11tl BMIMI B/eBII , .... nnes tewis D00xige . 770 251-1337  ow,ed  opmm and three touchdowns. His first two came in the quarter and broke the spirit of Northgate. The first TD was a new play installed this week. This play featured the blocking of the Cavs' offen- sive line led by senior Adam Pike, No. 61. Brewer broke his leg a year ago against Northgate and was out for the season. Just after Callaway scored the first touchdown, half the lights on one side of the field went out for 10 min- utes. When the lights were fixed the water sprinkler sys- tem turned on for a few min- utes. The Cavalier marching band was preparing to play "That's the Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," With minutes to go in the first half the Coweta boys blocked a Callaway punt. The Vikings moved the ball 20 yards on the ground for a touchdown. The punt after was good. The halftime score was 14-7 Callaway. The Cavs' running back Jay Brewer went back into business in the third quarter. He got loose for a 65 scam- per. Minutes later defensive corner back Chris Smith intercepted a Northgate pass and returned it to mid field. Callaway moved the ball down to the 30 yard marker and stalled. Senior Brent Matheny sent a field goal in straight and true. This started the fourth quarter with the score 21-7. Standouts for the Cavaliers were No. 7 Chakevious Harrison on defense and No. 4 Adrian Ham, 165 pound freshman on punt returns. No. 2 Clanuan Martin pushed the ball in from 4 yards out to make the score 30-7 with just minutes to go in the game. The Northgate Vikings put together a 9 play drive to go 80 yards and score with less than a minute in the game. Final score was 30-14 CaUaway. Jay Brewer was certain- ly a force for CaIlaway. He either outran or sometimes ran over defensive players and left them rubbing their head or arms. Brewer had 201 yards for the game. Northgate had 162 as a team for the game. Callaway continues to shoot their foot with off sides penalties. They had 11 for the game for 72 yards. Callaway's record is now 3-2 overall and 2 1 in Region 5-AA. The next game is Saturday, October 13 at Callaway Stadium. The starting time is 2:00 p.m. ;TARBAND. 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Dan Stout AMAZING - Hogansville's  bean garden now stands over 16 feet tall. Pictured with a large crop of beans is newly retired City of Hansville employee Robert L. Kent. Mr. Kent, or "Skeet, retired after work- ing 28 years for the city. Author Moore to Appear Here By J. Dan Stout Troup County Historical Society extends an invitation to attend a brunch featuring author Dot Moore. The event is scheduled for Friday, November 2 at 11:30 a.m. at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange. Ms. Moore will be sharing stories about Mayhayley Lancaster, a fortune teller from Heard County. Following the program, she will sign copies of her new book on Mayhayley. The cost is $15.00 per person. To reserve your place, send your check to the Troup County Historical Society, P.O. Box 1051, LaGrange, GA 30241. For more information, call the Archives at 706-884-1828. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC FED'S CUT THE RATE AGAIN! 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