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HOGANSVlLLE HO\\;IE N I:&gt; -ii:}SD,W, OCT. 18, 2001 PAGE 5-A 8 . ,11 -'RING HOOVES - Get out of the way, here comes Callaway! No. 8 Kawalski No. 32 Jeremy Dean, No. 70 Ricky Thrash, No. 80 David Thornton, No. 60 iian Moore, No. 15 Brian Hester. way Wins Cliffhanger r Atlanta's Grady, 30-27 By j. Dan Stout The Cavaliers won the School's first daylight game When Callaway entertained the Grady Gray Knights from Atlanta in a Region SAA struggle starting at 2:00 ,.m. at Callaway Stadium. Callaway pulled out a ietory with 33 seconds left on the game clock when sen- ior quarterback Kawalski Patterson launched what ust surely be the best pass of his career. It was 46 yards long, high with tots of touch and was a perfect pass to Wide open receiver No. 1 Marquise Rosser. Rosser. Who leaped high and caught the pass with both hands, had on a pair of the rav gloves receivers wea he:-; days. Rosser, a sophomore, is known for his jumping and last year he Placed 8th in the State for his high jumping. The final Score was Callaway 30. 27. Both teams started the lethargically. Grady Scored halfway through the first quarter by pushing Callaway over their own goal for a two point safety. The Cavs had to kick off from their goal and the Gray Knights returned to the Callaway 35 yard marker, but were unable to score. Callaway's defense was rock hard the entire game except for two letdowns on . Jim Bouie, No. 75 and N0.72 Roderick Stephens led the way for the Cavaliers. Anytime Callaway kicks off or punts RELIABLE DUO - Cavalier special team hit men No. 47 Jerome Dean and 35 Anthony Chontos make big hits for Caltaway. you can count on No. 47 Jerome Dean, No. 35 Anthony Chontos, and No. 7 (;hakevious Harrison to be first d>wn and make the Jay Brewer got loose halfway into the second quarter and went 52 yards for a touchdown. The PAT was good. Within seconds (;rady had fumbled and Callaway recovered. The Cars' No. 9 Brent Matheny put three more points on the board with a 30 yard field goal. In the last four minutes of the first half, Grady scored on two long passes. They failed on one two point conversion attempt and point after. The halftime score was Grady 14, Callaway 10. In this game the Caltaway offensive down linemen had Brent Matheny and Lonnie Thornton at end; Adam Pike and Cory Houston at tackle; Brent Hester and Cory Houston at guard, and the center was No. 60 Brian Moore, a soph- omore. Senior linebacker Mark Hajdaz made many stop for the Cavs. He ranges over  he entire field. Mark has played for Callaway for four years and leads the team in tackles. The lead changed hands three times in the first half and four times in the second half in this see-saw battle. The Cavs' power runner Jay Brewer went 11 yards for a touchdown to start. Then Grady scored on a pass but missed the point after. On the kickoff, Jay Brewer went 95 yards for another Cavalier score. At this point there were seven minutes left in the game. Grady drove again and got loose for another score and point after. And it was then the now famous Patterson p>:s put the final score up f(r Callaway. Final :<'\