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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 28, 2002 Callaway Ends 00n+0000ith Playoff Loss .... +-q_ It was the second half effort that ly sound that it's scary to think what By JODY HALE The road finally came to the end last Friday night for the Callaway Cavaliers as they lost their first round playoff gameto Americus, 4_5-21. Americus, who has won the AA State Championship the past two years, ran their record to 114) and looked primed to take home anoth- er crown this year. Callaway finished the season a respectable 6-5. More importantly, Callaway head coach Claude Giddens now has a year under his belt and some very talented players to build for the future. Despite the loss, Giddens was pleased with his team's effort, especial- ly a second half performance that left little doubt that Callaway football has a bright future. "I'm just as proud of these guys as Ican be," said Giddens. "It would have been so easy in the second half to just pack it in and call it a year. But our guys fought hard until the bitter end." Callaway trailed at the half 39-14, but actually 'won' the second half 7-6. impressed Americus coach Erik Soliday, a Georgia coaching icon that has seen his share of good football teams come and go. "I'll tell you without question that Callaway is a team to watch in the very near future," said Soliday. 'Their coach- es do a fine job and you could tell by their second half performance that their players have what it takes to be a win- ner, and that's courage and determina- tion. I've seen a lot of teams fold the tent at halftime when they were down by 25 points. Combine that with the up and coming talent they have and you know they can be a solid competitor." The Panthers, winners of 39 of their last 40 games, struck early and often in the first half leaving Callaway a little shell-shocked. By the time the Cavs made the needed adjustments, Americus had all but put the game away. "Fortunately for us, we came out of the gates and moved the football well in the first half," said Soliday. "If we hadn't, it would have been a real battle for us. Callaway is just so fundamental- could have happened if we had not got- ten those early touchdowns." Giddens, alw',the optimist, saw the reality of the situation his team faced. "They haven't won the last two state championships by accident," said Giddens. "We knew what we were up against. We played a team that is at the level where we want to be. And I really believe we'll get there, it's just going to take some time." Callaway will not be deprived of tal- ent due to graduation. Clantwan Martin, a potential college prospect returns next year along with quarterback Justin Bray, who will be a sophomore. Add to that running back Chris Tigner and a more experienced line and the offense seems poised to have a break-through year in 2003. "I'm optimistic about the direction our team is headed," said Giddens. "I'm not about to make any predictions about the future because a lot of things can happen. But we know where we want to go and how we want things done." GREENVILLE I URANCE AGENCY 109CourtSqu, * P.O.Box789 u Phone 706-672-13t E-mail: ,S, FFOFt DAB+HI ., c30 1 706-672-1028 iAII+INSURANCE DOCTOR CHOOSE YQUJ An CONTACT US.F(R'EE QUOTE AT: 1-80(0000 ;)256 706-600i00.'1361 Clothes Dispute Leads to 'Hollering and Cursin Debt Consolidation Pay Off Auto Pay Off Taxes Pay Off Credit Cards Pay College Tuition Pay Out of Bankruptcy By BRYAN GETER On Friday, November 15, Susie Mac Brown of 4A Jennings Homes told police that she had a conversation with the Housing AuthoriW executive, Brenda Sims. Brown said Sims threat- ened to have a warrant taken out on her and all this excite- ment has caused her chest to hurt. Police went to Sims' office located at Head's Home to talk with Sims. Sims acknowledged that she did have a telephone con- versation with Brown in ref- erence to an incident that hap- pened on November 12. Sims said at Mellenses Anderson residence, Antonio Ranson had come over to get his clothes and she refused to let him enter, so Ranson, she said, did around $200 worth of damage to the door before leaving. 'Help of Others' Will Ensure Success for Dee. 6 Parade By BRN'AN Thy annual Hogansaville Christmas Parade will be held on Friday evening December 6 at 6 p.m. Jo Ellen Ledford is head- ing up the event this year and said she is depending on the help of, others to make this a cce, +.+. + + + +, ,++, .,+ ..... Floats need to be at the Hogansville Elementary School an hour ahead of time. Walkers, bicycles, scouts, Shriners, church abd civic clubs are encouraged to participate. According to Glenda Gordon of the Grand Hotel, floats will be judges and tro- phies will be given to the first, second and third places. A hundred dollars will also be awarded the first place winner. .. Santa Clausis expected to arrive in town along with Mrs. Santa in time for the parade. For more information call, Ledford at 637-9238. Anderson made arrange- ments to have Ranson's clothes delivered to Mrs. Brown's, Ranson's grand- mother. Sims said Brown called her office on Nov. 15 to see ff she would be in trouble for taking her grandson's clothes. Sims assured Brown that she would be if she allowed Ramson to come on her prop- erty because Ranson was banned from the housing property. 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