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=.=== == By JOHN KUYKENDALL The Callaway High Cavaliers upended Elbert County by a score of 27-14 in the first round of the Class AA state foot- ball playoffs last Friday night and will travel to Atlanta this Friday night to play HapeviUe Charter (the defending Class AA state champions) in the second round. The Cavaliers are boasting a 9-2 record going into Friday night's game HapeviUe Charter is 10-1 and coming off a 32- 10 win over Coosa. Hapeville Charter is located at 6045 Buffington Road in Atlanta and the Cavaliers are hoping for a large fan base to turnout for the game to help cheer for the team in what is going to be a hostile environment with plenty of Hapeville Charter fans. Kicoff time is scheduled for 7 p.m. The Callaway High Cavaliers overpowered Elbert County Friday night in a 27-14 win. The Cavaliers forced Elbert County to punt on the open- ing possession and it didn't take long for the Cavaliers to take the lead. Cartavious "Tank" Bigsby ripped off a 75-yard touchdwon run with 7:36 left to play in the first quarter to give the Cavaliers the lead. Hunter Williamson added the point after and the Cavaliers had taken a 7-0 lead. Bigsby increased the CaUaway lead to 13-0 with a 10-yard touchdown run with 7:00 left to play in the second quarter. Williamson added his second point after of the night and the Cavaliers had taken a !4-0 lead. Elbert County got back in the game with less than one minute left to play in the first half with D.J> Ardister com- pleted a 9-yard touchdown pass and Jamison Syphore aeed the point after and the first half came to a close with the Cavaliers leading by a score of 14-7. Early in the third quarter, the wet field caused the Cavaliers to fumble and Elbert County recovered the fum- ble and turned the turnover into a score to tied the game at 14-14. With less than a minute left to play in the third quarter, the Cavaliers regained the lead when Qua Hines scored on a 7S-yard touchdown run. Williamson added the point after and the Cavaliers had regained the lead by a score of 21-14 and that scored stood as the final quarter of play began. On the return kickoff, the Callaway defense came up big again in the game when Jalin Shephard intercepted an Elbert County pass on the Cavalier 2S-yard line. Bisby scored his third touchdown of the night on a 23-yard run with 8:00 left to play in the game. The Cavaliers missed the point after but had taken a 27-14 lead and held onto that lead to win the game. Be sure to make the trip to Atlanta this Friday to help cheer for the Cavaliers in the second round of the Class AA state playoffs. I Callaway 2T, Elbe t4 llaway Hapevil ] Heard 63! Monticello Bieme at I Bremen 40, Union i0 County 65 - i I HogansviUe Honors Veterans Continued From Page 1-A tlements available to them. There were actually two Veterans of the Year recognized during the service and they were Gary and Jonny Cason. Hogansville Council Member George Bailey served as emcee of the service, Traci Jones again offered a stirring rendition of the National Anthem, and Hogansvilie Mayor Pro-Tem Theresa Strickland served to welcome those attend- ing. Organizations helping sponsor the Veterans Day service in Hogansville included: City of Hogansville, Hogansville Pilot Club, McKibben and Son Funeral Home, and Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. All Photos By Andy Kober PRESENTING THE COLORS - Students in the JROTC program at Callaway High School had the honor of Presenting the Colors during the Veterans Day Service in Hogansville. From left to right, they are: Beth Toney, Britney McCoy, Savannah Addison and Hunter White. ~"i~!:"-.:~::!i:: KEYNOTE SPEAKER - SFC Estella Sapp served as the guest speaker during Hogansville Veterans Day service. Retired from the US Army, Sapp now serves with Veterans Affairs. HES STUDENTS - TheSe students from Hogansville Elementary School were welcome participants in last Friday's Veterans Day service held in Ebenezer Presbyterian Church. WELCOMING ALL- Hogansville Mayor Pro-Tem Theresa' Strickland offered a welcome to those attending last Friday's Veterans Day Service in Hogansville. Hogansville Council member George Baily (center) coordinated and conduct- ed the service. Right is Lanny, Braswell, Commander of American Legion Post 152 in Hogansville. :fz, : ' ik;::.:~ Claude A. McKibben & Son FUNERAL HOME 208 Johnson Street Hogaxxsx411e, Georgia Ere-Arrangement. Services Available 706-637-8623 WELLsTARo West Georgia Medical Center & Trust i 6"0 CA V.41.1EI vo, ~.o~, ,~,~ ~,~r ~ ."~ !~::!!:!:~i!::~::::~:i~:~:~;z::~ii~i!i~:~:~::~:!!~:!!!~i!i~:;i~iii~;i#!i.~1;~;~#~;ii~i:~;i~i~iii:i:iiii~i~iii~ EQUAL HOUmNO OPPORTUNITY