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HOGANSVILLE Ho,m NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2001 Leidner' fiw (tg Council Po4 ! He works for Hogansvdle, Callaway Smushes Lamar, catches, superior pass defense, and a By J. Dan Stout bucket full of hard-nosed tackles. "x, On the next play Lamar County fum- The Callaway Cavaliers last Friday .bled and Callaway recovered. The Cavs smushed the Imar County Trojans 30- 14. The Cavaliers traveled to the home of the undefeated in Region 5AA, the Lamar County Trojans. Lamar is fortu- nate to use the football field at Gordon College. The Cavs won the toss and chose to receive. No. 3 Jay Brewer took the kickoff and went 95 yards untouched. This was his second week to make iden- tical scampers. This opening score sent a bone jarring message to Lamar that the game was going to be serious busi- ness. Callaway kicked off to the Trojans and they returned the ball to mid-field. The Cavalier kicker No. 9 Brent Matheny made the stop. Matheny had another good night: two touchdown pass and Trojans struggled for half of the first quarter. Lamar got their wide receiver open and completed a 52 yard touchdown pass for the score. The punt after was good, Score tied at seven with 6:58 left in first quarter. In the second quarterback Kawalski Patterson was treated to some rough- ness by the I.-nar County boys. No. 11 Joseph Brown took his place for sever- al plays. Callaway's kicking keeps them in the game. Brian Hester is holding for point after and field goal. "Our defense had a great game plan! Our defense just bowed up and stopped them. We held them four times in our red zone," reported Callaway head coach Sonny Cummings. With seven minutes in the second quarter, the Cavs scored on a Patterson pass. The PAT was 14-7 CaUaway. No. 35 Anthony- Chontos hit on the Callawa) flopping at the scene of the minute later J. Tigner No. 6 a Lamar County fumble and back Patterson rambled in down. The point after attem The halftime score was Lamar County 7. The Cavs allowed Lamar again with five minutes left period. This was the last Trojans who went home with points. CaUaway suffered v4th 17 for 120 yards. They did downs for 160 yards. The Cavs put up two more i downs in the second half to final score 32-14 Callaway. S RBAND StarBand TM Service Hioh-Speed 2-Way Intemet Access lfs always on and it's available virtually everywhere! Get your phone back{ Uses the same Dish lenoa as yourTV, xsl. Io land-based ...... \\; IP needed! ADT WIRELESS Home Security Completely wireless{ NO ARGE for equipment (sndard package)* I !' ' NO/K'I'IVATION FEE. FREE'}ostallation.* DishPVR Zap commercials! Paus rewind, record five TY! NO EQUIPMENT TO BU $49.99 Activation Fee includes installation and first month's viewing Digital Home Plans as low as $39.99 month! 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