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PAGE I0 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TttURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2000 Callaway Falls 44-0 To Prepares To Face Tough C By Chad Harrington Lamar County came into CaUaway Stadium and put on a pass- ing display. Totally opposite of what they used to upset Manchester just a week earlier. The Trojans defeated Callaway 44-0. The win improved Lamar County to a (4-3) overall record and a (4-1) region record. The Cavaliers however dropped to (2-6) overall and (l-S) in the region. Trojans quarterback, Danny Williams, threw for 4 touch- downs and 170 yards in the first half alone. He left the game in the third quarter with a total of 227 yard and four touchdowns. Williams used a total of seven different receivers to help move the ball into the endzone. Head Coach Sonny Cummings said "They're a good football team. It's a shame we couldn't compete with them and give them a better game." Lamar County had Callaway's number all night. The first pos- session for Callaway resulted in a blocked punt giving the ball to the Trojans on the CaUaway 16-yard line. The first play from the line of scrimmage was a pass in which the ball was knocked loose and batted into the endzone. Callaway had four chances to cover the ball, but they kept batting the ball around letting the Trojans, Marcus Bently, cover the ball for a touchdown. Callaway was behind early 6-0 as Lamar County missed the extra point attempt. The Cavaliers returned the kickoff to their 41-yard line in hopes of answering the Trojan touchdown. They got a little help by the Trojans as they were called on a face mask penalty, mov- ing the ball to the Trojans 38. Callaway ended up punting after 3 more plays. The punt was only 2S-yards putting Lamar County in a slight hole making them start at their own 13 yard line.WiUiams moved the Trojans downfield in 8 plays to score another touch- down by hitting Holloway on quick pass from the 10-yard line. This put the Trojans up 14-0. ' The Trojans seemed to take advantage of each Callaway mis- take. After an interception by Wilkerson from Cavaliers quar- terback, Smith. The Trojans had some of the best luck of the game when Jameal Fambro fumbled the ball directly into the hands of Eric Smith who was trailing him around the corner of the line. Coach Cummings said after the game "That was Valdosta luck! Coach Hunnicutt used to call it that." Two plays later saw Williams hit HoUoway again, this time 11-yards out for his sec- ond touchdown of the game, Williams third. Trojans up 22-0. The Trojans capped the first half off by driving 92 yards to go up 30-0 over the Cavaliers. CaUaway's star running back, Jay Brewer, was stunned in the first half gaining a minus 3 yards for the half and 25 yards for the game. Lamar County finished out the second half by scoring two more times. A 2-yard touch- down run by Fambro and a 35-yard touchdown pass to Ravshard Fuse by back-up quarterback Travis McCall. It was a really disappointing night for the Cavalier offense, 57 total yards.Quarterback Chris Smith had 2S yards on 6 car- ries, one of which was a 40-yard scramble, but a few sacks by the Trojans defense knocked Smith total yards down to 25. ALL-OUT EFFORT: Callaway's Jon Thornton saves a touchdown by running down the Lamar quarterback. NEXT: Next week Callaway plays Carver at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta. Coach Cummings called it 'The hardest field we'll ever play on." By the statement, you guessed it: the Cavaliers will play on astroturf, while Lamar County has a big game with Northgate. TOU NIG Caval Chris found L a rn defen The spending w e e Carver. si 2139 Greehvil[e:,Road : LaGrange 882-1555 00OUNTR00Y up to 3XL in stocl00. VALIANT EFFORT - Chakevius Harrison tries to strip the ball away from the Lamar carrier long night wears on. PUBLIC HEARING The following represents the Monthly Zoning Agenda of request to be considered bY! Troup county Board of Zoning Appeals & Planning Commission (BOZAPC) 2000 at 10:00 A.M. and the Troup County Boaid Of Comtssiorers (BOC) 2000 at 9:00 A.M. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioners Chambers at 900 Dallis Street, LaGrange, GA. All unit-ten rout oral comments are invited ing this matter. For more injbrmation call (706) 883-1650. Appellants Name & Property Location Request Board & Hearing Date Dolores B. Prophitt 1961 Blue Creek Rd. Hogansville, GA 30230 2. Lisa Brazell 218 Mandy Brooke Dr. LaGrange', GA 30240 . Carol Waldrop 3600 Whitesville Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 Rezonings 1. Charles J. Gamble 55 Ebenezer Church Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 1. James R. Arrington 1019 Hogansville Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241 Subdivision Review NONE Itome Occupation to operate a Pers0n,_a!, Care Group Home fronting on Blue Creek Rd. ...... ' ................... ttome Occupation to operate.a Catering Business fronting on Mandy Brooke Dr. Placement of Manufactured Home Fronting on Whitesville Rd. applicant wishes to'rezone:re?' located on Hamilton Rd from R-IO0 to, C-IO0 for the purpose of placipg property m Conformance wth surrounding property .... , ,%- ,,. , , applicant wishes to rezone 3.9 fic{es from A-100 to C-100 for a maintenance shop.., (garage) not for public use located between the W. Hopson Rd. and Tin Bridge Rd: . Intersections BOZAPC November 9 10:00 a.m. BOZAPC November 9 10:00 a.m. BOZAPC November 9 10:00 a.m, BOZAPC November 10:00 a.m. & BOC 9:00 a.m. BOZAPC 2000 November 9, 10:00 a.m. & BOC 9:00 a.m, Georgia law requires that all parties who have ilakd t;apaibutians to any member Troup County Board of Commissioners in exs:,6f t'w0hu"y dollars ($2S0.00) (2) years immediately preceding the filing of atiy 6"f fhe:fdlI6ihzoning request, and to appear at the public hearing m opposition to rezoning application shall, at least five (5) days to the public hearing file a campaign contribution report with the Troup County Building, Planning Department."