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HOGANSVIIA HOME NEWS - NOVEMBaR 4, 1999 - PAGE 7 The Callaway Cw'aliers (6- -1) put on an offensive show night in LaGrange at r Stadium, racking up yards and scoring six enroute to a 42-6 r over their neighbors to southeast and arch rival Greenville Patriots (2-6). Head Coach Sonny said that his offense cranked up since the game of the season. The CAVS have averaged 43 game while allowing 12. Deon Boykin had 152 yards the ground and Jay Brewer 146 yards. Demetrius Smith passed for 15 and three touch- Action kicked off to the to open the game. Greenville's Donta Towns off a Smith pass at the on the fourth play game to give the Patriots I scoring opportunity. Greenville couldn't pene- the Callaway defense and CAVS took over four plays 35 yard line. Three plays later, Smith hit Tatum on a 55 yard pass a touchdown with 6:38 in the opening quar- s Power Past Patriots, 42-6 period The point after attempt was good by Matheny and Callaway mounted a 14-0 lead. Greenville's defense played well on Callaway's next offen- sive possession. Ryan Clemonts pressured Smith causing the CAV's quar- terback to lose the ball and Kelsey Favors recovered to give the Patriots new life. Stacey Alford also made a great shoe-string tackle in the second quarter to save a touch- down and Shermarcus Robertson took the ball away from Smith on the next drive and dashed to the 10 yard line for a 41 yard run with 4:57 left in the half. Again, the Patriots offense couldn't muster any yards on the ever present Callaway defense Callaway forced them to turn the ball over again and took advantage of the short field. The Cav's scored the third touchdown with 22 seconds left to play on a pass from Smith to Jonathan Pike to increase their lead to 21-0 at the.internfission. The second half appeared to be the same song, only a differ- ent verse as Callaway added three more touchdowns and Greenville was only able to pen- etrate the endzone once. By J. Dan Stout/Staff AROUNDTHE END - Brian Hester hands off to Jonathan Pike who darts around the left side where he meets a swarm of Greenville Patriots. The Cavaliers proved too strong for Greenville as they powered past them by a score of 42-6. The PAT was good and Callaway had a commanding 35- 0 lead. Jay Brewer iced the cake on a 32 yard touchdown run with 10:01 remaining in the game. Matheny remained perfect on the night with extra point attempts and Callaway was up, 42-0. Greenville avoided the shutout as Towns raced 66 yards around the right side on a quar- terback keeper to give the Patriots their lone touchdown with 8:11 remaining in the and Jonathan "FISH" Pike each caught a pass that resulted in touchdowns, 55 yards, 37 yards and 5 yards, respectively. Callaway's defense was led by Brian Hester with six and half tackles. He was followed by Matt Ogletree with six, Jason Pike ended the night with five and a half and Antonio Boyd had two. Matheny was perfect on the extra point attempts with six. Callaway picked up 15 first downs while Greenville had only five. The Cavaliers were Bowdon." Callaway will travel to Bowdon Friday night with an all important region game on the line. Game time is set for 8 p.m, at Warner P. Sewell Field. Next Week The CAVS will have a region show down this week with Bowden. "We have got to get ready for the big show down this week," Cummings said. "Bowdon has only one loss this year against Manchester. Bowdon has big, strong kids. We have to control the ball to beat HOOFERS RESTAURAN I & 3472 Hogmasville Road I.aGnmg, GA 30241 THE BEST OF "BLUEGRASS" Friday November 5, 1999 2:00 p.m. EST Lonesome River Band, Goldwing and 4 other bands Saturday November 6, 1999 12:30 p.m. EST Seldom Scene and 8 other bands 110 RV HOOKUPS ON SITE THE GOSPEL BARN 3472 HOGANSVILLE ROAD I.aGRANGE, GA 30241 rICKETS: 70,885-9300 ************************* : HIWE YO0 OEEH D|RIED : Brent Matheny tacked on With 5:08 left in the third fourth period, penalized for 45 yards while lt KITO LOAHS DUE TO * extra point and Callaway period, Smithhit JamaalKeyton The Statistics Greenville was flagged for 28 on top, 7-0. as he stood alone, in the endzone Callaway picked up 327 on yards. I[ 1 Greenville's offense went for,a 37 touchdown d .... yara pass; the ground with Boykin leading Coach's Comments YOU R Plr;T CREDIT L on then" secona pus- tmuaway naa strercneu ts leas the way mounting 152 yards on Cummings said after the and the Cavalmrs took to, 28-0 s H s f 10t ..... ..... 26 carrie . e wa ollowed by game that Greenville always ge or ttle weakness oy ueon laoymn put on a snow with 146 ar ; :  : , ............. Brewer " y ds on 10 has a good team with great ath- I;TO00R1??? over on oowns on meir in me final minutes or the mira carries and Tony Stargill nicked letics and lots of speed l line, . - period as. he c,T!ed the baU. s!x up 14 yards on one carry.  "They are close by'and the econas tater Jay rewer oelghttamestormeAvpmK . . - Smith was four of nine pass- kids talk about the game all 76 yards rote the end- mgup.two first downs, 36 yards ing for 115 yards and had one year," Cummings said, ' they for Callaway's second aria a five yard toucnaown wire - D " o her a " 10[ mterce tmn. kn_w each ot ...... nd m some with 4:03 left in the first 31 seconds left on the clock. Nate Tatum, Jamaal Keyton cases they are kin" : ) CREDIT. E AD (;:RED 1", NO CREDITT ,gansville Golf Club Annual : ! be Tournaments ReSults : : * ivilleGc Clubhost- Second place 79 MickeyHobb 706-882-1259 : annual Members , John Gaddy Third place 94 Tortoise award lit .... Hogansvflle Golf Club host- its 9. The Third p!ace 80 .... Longest drive Second flight Aaron Harris Championship flight Mark Smith Matt Johnson First place 82 Closest to pin #9 First place 71 Frank Bfllingsly Derick Staley Dwight Murrell Second place 84 Second place 75 Larry Pike Fewest putts Mike Smith Third place 85 Perk Hammett (26) Third place 75 Third flight Most birdies First flight Tony Maxwell Matt Johnson (3) Jamie Pike First place 87 First place 79 Jonathan Pike Most eagles Perk Hammett Second place 90 Mike Williamson (1) County Schools Lunch Menu Tuesday Chips Chicken Veggie sticks w/lettuce and salad on cob mdding MENUS Tiny whole potatoes Green Beans Roll Fruit cup Milk Wednesday Dell sandwich tomato :?': .,. sum philo 10 POINT, 150 LB RELD DRESSED DEER with an 18 1/2 killed on opening day in Troup County by 14 year old Pike. Applesauce wit graham crackers Milk Thursday Beef and potato casserole Green limas Roll Orange half Milk Friday Hot dog Nacho chips Coleslaw Brownie Milk MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL MENUS 11/8-11/12 Monday Deli sandwich or chicken fillet Chips or lettuce/tomato Applesauce w/graham cracker Milk Tuesday Beef/potato casserole or Chicken nuggets Breaded okra o Tossed salad Fruit Milk Wednesday Pizza or Tuna salad w/saltines Corn on cob or Tossed salad Banana pudding Milk Thursday Chicken or Baked ham Tiny whole potatoes or Green beans Rolls Fruit cup Milk Friday Hot dog or Manager's choice Nacho chips or Coleslaw Brownies Milk B.J. Thompson Ladies' Champion Linda Proctor 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE ************************ Diamond Head 1917 Diamond Head, Hawaii Item No. 11570 Join in the fun at our FIRST-EVER Lefton Historic American Lighthouse Special Event!! 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