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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVII,IE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 14, 2002 Classified Bargains- Pages 8-9A l Dramatic Tri.CounW Puts Cal00way Into Playoffs 00iara00 you Troup county for your Support and Belief in me and allowing me to sen, e you. I again ask for your Support as we begin a new chapter in Troup County. Together we will make a positive difference. God Bless America and Troup County TlmDuffey 1oup County Conmssion Chairnmn \\; Pd Pol. Adv. by Friend to Elect Tim DLey I II I I the football after the Eagles' free kick and bined for 14 By JOD.Y HALE A Hollywood screenplay executed like the drama played out by the Callaway Cavaliers and the "lYi-Comnty Eagles last Friday night would be a blockbuster at the box office. For the Cavs, the script could not have been xTitten mW better. In a game that seemed like a micro- cosm of the Callaway season, the Cavaliers came from behind three times to defeat qYi-Cotmty 24-23, securing the fourth and final region 4-AA playoff spot. "\\;Vhat a way to win a game," said Callaway head coach Claude Giddens. "Our guys just kept fighting and some- hoxL in the least likely was; we found a way to win." The dranm, ironically enough, began when Callawag down 23-22, drove the ball to the Iragles 14 yard line and seemed poised to position themselves for at least a field goal opportunity. However, back- up quazerback Kowalski Patterson thi-ew an interception with less than two mijmtes to play in the fourth quarter. As fate would have it though, Tri- Comity had to stm't their drive from their oxl one yard line. "IPying to just run out the clock, Tri- County quarterback Brian Scott injured his thumb and a freshman was inserted at quarterback. On the very next pla); the snap from center was bobbled and recovered by the Eagles in the end zone for a Callaway safe- ty and a 24-23 lead. Calla,way protected walked away with the state playoffs as their next stop. Giddens was happy with the win, but felt compassion for Tri-County's freshman quarterback. "That's a tough spot to be in regard- less of the experience factor, but with so much riding on this game it really put a ninth grader in a pressure situation. It's unfortunate for them but that's just part of the game. We were lucky to get a big break at the end of the game,"said Giddens. LADY LUCK HAS been good to the Cavaliers lately, after being so cruel the first part of the season. This game, in a sense, paralleled Callaway's roller coaster season. Just two weeks ago, it looked as though they would be playing for pride and building for next year but the Cars got a big break when Southeast Macon had to forfeit six wins for playing an ineligible player. That left the door open for Callaway to steal the playoff spot by winning their final two games, which they did. A loss would have created a three-way tie for fourth place with Manchester and Tri-County. "I think this team has experienced about every emotion possible," said Giddens. "One week we're dejected for not mak- ing the playoffs and the next week we're right back in the race. It's all been very exciting." The game looked like it was going to be a shootout when the two teams com- two seconds of the game. Callaway took advantage of an fumble and Chris r scored to l Cavaliers up 7-0. On the "li-County's Keidrick Wilson raced yards for a touchdown that tied the with 1ff.58 still to go in the gust quarter. Both teams' defenses stiffened that and neither team could a sustained drive. Tri-Countv er touchdown and a Callawa] the Cars got another touchdown Tigner to make the score running out in the third quarter. ...... With 22 seconds left in the a two point conversion run to put Cavaliers back on top 22-16. Tri-County came right back with touchdown at the six minute mark to the visitors back up, 23-22_ Martin's run also pushed the rushing yards over the 1,000 mark for season. Martin finhed the yards rushing. "We'd been running our traps right side the just opened up. Our offensive line did great job. All I bad to do Martin. Callawa eling to Americus for the first round the champion, is ber one inthe state inAA. Callaway Middle Schaol Tests Ranked Steady improvement gains at all levels are the result of a system commitment to data analysis, academic focus, and strategic planning. Back in April was the third time the test was administered in Troup County, but it was the first time students in grades 1- 8 were tested. In 2000 and 2001, students in the fourth, sLxth and eight grades took the test The CRCT measures stu- dents' comprehension of state curriculum in reading, lan- guage ar'us, social studies, sci- Solomon said the students were placed in three categories: does not meet standards, meets standards and exceeds the stan- dards. The scores reflect the per- centage of students who either Continued From Page 1A Students in grades 4.6 and 8 showed gains in eight of nine categories ranging from +2 to + 12 percentile points when com- pared with the average of the previous two years. The system also posted Reading gains of 12 percentile points in 4th grade and six per- centile points in 6th grade. Third grade students showed strong performance in all subjects. Four of five areas either met or were within one point of the state averages. Exceptional gains shown at Callaway Middle School with gains of +8 to +23 percentile points in 6th and 8th grade reading, language arts and math. West Side Magnet scores exceed state averages in all categories. Police Keeping Busy Continued From Page 1A In a separate incident that occurred on Saturday around 9 p.m. at 604 Askew Street, police arrested Jimmy Lewis qbbb, 55, and charged him with disorder- ly conduct. Police said that three neighbors stated that Tobb was using profanity and being disorderly: At this time, officers stat- ed that Tobb came out of his house very intoxicated and began using profanity and being very loud. Officer Lee said he ordered Tobb to go back inside the house. police said he noticed that Tobb was bleeding. Neighbors stated that he broke out a window with his hands and a hammer. Police, again, ordered Tobb to go back inside his house, but he started using profanity and being disor- derly. At this point, Officer Lee approached Tobb and said he was going to place him under arrest for disorderly and this is when he refused to put his hands behind his back and started yelling again. Tobb was transported to the West Georgia Medical Center In LaGrange to be treated. He was arrested for disorderly conduct. Jermany Brown 504 Granite Street told police that on Thursday night some- one scratched his 1997 Nissan Altima with damage of approximately $1,800. Mayhem Thwarted Here Continued From Page 1A (Thomas) cousin's apartment after Thomas asked Edwards to hlove from in front of the TV screen. Thomas said once they were outside, Edwards hit him twice in the head. Police reported stated that Thomas had a shallow cut on his right elbow, a scratch on the right side of his lower back and a scrape on his left upper arm. Warrant procedures were VAN'S HARDWARE met or exceeded state standard 'nguage arts are still in the positive range," Solomon said, "but math has solid gains in all levels." 're are quite pleased with the strong significant gains of the Troup Count)" scores" Smith stateck Smith continued saying the test is used to establish our stand- ing with the state and on the local level Dr. Pat Barton, Director of Elementary Education - Pre K - 5 grades, said the third graders' scores were the result of an intensive focus on  since the students started kinder- garten. "It is exciting for the teach- ers and principals to see the work they put in is paying off;' Barton said. Troup County School Superintendent Dr. Roy Nichols said continuity and persever- ance are words used alot around the schools. "e are doing the same thing in each class each day," Nichols stated. Barton said you aren good Police advised. On Friday evening, Miranda Wilkey of 7A Jennings Homes entered the police station and reported that between 9:15 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. Willie Rosser had scratched her on the left side of her face and pulled off her left earring and hurt her left shoulder. Warrants procedures were advised. unless you t time in Troup County part of this school system_ q am looking forward day when our state department er," He stated, soon." He said that people object to Gov. Barnes' tional reform, but the way went about it "Soon we state level in the test because we have and teachers." YeL Nidxsled; is a lot of work to the fact not where the "We are working with teachers arid students our goals," Nichols added have competent and ers sclmol system." Callaway Middle scores increased from its from 43 to 66. Vehicle By BRYAN GETER The Hogans-clUe Police Department is investigating a theft by entering auto that occurred on early Friday morning between 3 a.m. and 5"20 axn. Barry Peppers of Carrollton told police he parked his truck and went to eat. Upon returning, he found the truck was broken into from the passenger's side door win- dow's vent. A C.B. radio was missing, a cell phone was taken and the passenger' side door, window and inside dash was damaged according to police report. In another incident that occurred between 1:30 p.m. Thursday and 8:20 a.m. on Friday, Barry Chapman, owner of the Hogansville Car Wash located at 229 S. HT 29 told police that someone(s) entered the carwash by cut- ting tho pad lock on the front door and took about $50 worth of quarters and attempted to get his air compressor. "The Incident under investigation. In a separate incident Barbara Smith of 217 Hwy 29 told police that some- one took a small containing $80 in cash and-s pager while at ISF located at 117 CorintI Road on Friday morning. She said she left her etbook unattendedin the clearr ing cart on the first floor while she was working. A search of the area came to no avail wit no suspects in min the total value of the loss is $110. In another incident, Cheryl Cote of th Hummingbird Chevro reported that a white male his 20's driving a Mercury Cougar pumped $17 worth of gasoline and drove off with" out paying. The incident occurred on Saturday 3 p.m. Cote said the man did chase a quart ofoilbefore leav" ing. 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