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PAGE 2-A HOGAN SVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016 I By JOHN KUYKENDALL yard field goal, but the second half was much 23 and was right back in striking distance, caught a Johnson pass for 19-yards to move more exciting, the chains. Facing a second and 10, DJ Atkins With the Cavaliers just rolling past every S(:l EVENTOOKitstimeonitsnextoffen, came through with a 9-yard run. On third down team it faced this season, if thee were any BI ,YI N SANDERS had himself a game sive possession and ate up a bunch of the a Callaway pass fell incomplete, but on fourth doubts the team could come tl ough when in the second half and it all started with the fourth quarter clock and then scored on a 16- down Johnson surged head for a 2-yard gain adversity struck, those doubts were washed opening kickoff, yard pass on a fourth down play with only 5:43 and the drive was still alive. away Friday night when the Cavaliers drove Sanders took the opening kickoff and out left to play in the game to take a 34-23 lead. Atkins then came through with a 7-yard 98-yards in the closing two minutes of the raced the field with ll:451e t in the third quar- Johnson and his team mates went rightrun and then a pass fell incomplete and the game to defeat Screven County in the quar- ter and Screven's lead was cut to 14-10. back to work for the Cavaliers showing a never Cavaliers were facing another crucial third terfinals of the Class AA state playoffs and Screven answered to take a 21-10 lead, but quit attitude and when he connected with down. Then Johnson broke loose on a 10-yard advance to the Final Four by a score of 35-34. the Cavaliers came roaring back. Sander on a 36-yard touchdown pass with 4:15 run and the Cavaliers had picked up the first The drive, as it will probably be remem- The Cavaliers drove 62 yards to score and left to play in the game to make the score 34- down and had the football near mid-field. bered for years to come, not only went virtu- JibreU Jackson capped the drive with a 4-yard 29, the question was can the defense hold and The Cavaliers still fighting, Johnson ally the length of the football field, but the touchdown run. The Cavaliers didn't convert give the Cavaliers another opportunity to win. spiked the football to stop the clock, then Cavaliers also converted on three fourth down on the point after, but had cut the Screven That question was soon answered. The Atkinsbrokeoffa7-yardrunandtheCavaliers plays to make it happen, lead to 21:16. Cavalier defense came up big on a third down were facing another third down. Johnson con- Screven extended its lead late in the third play and forced Screven to punt and the nected with Freeman on a pass play, but SCREVEN COUNTY tried to take control quarter to 28-16 and again, Callawayanswered Cavaliers took over the football with 2:26 left Freeman was tackled for a loss and the of the game early, but the Cavaliers just kept quickly, to play in the game and again, the Cavalier Cavaliers were now facing a fourth and seven battling back. Johnson hit DQ Wilkerson on a 63-yardoffense answered the call starting at its own and the fight in the Cavaliers came shining Screven led 14-3 at the end of the first half touchdown pass. Stephens added the point 2-yard line. through again. after holding the ormally. very explosive after and with 10 seconds left to play in the Johnson dropped back to pass on fourth Callaway offense to only a Noah Stephens 26- third quarter, CaUaway had cut the lead to 28- ON FIRST DOWN, Michael Freeman See CAVALIERS Page 5A I I m CHS 37 - LaGrange 6 CHS 35- Screven Co. 34 ..:., CHS 42- Handley 28 TEAM'S RECORD No. Name Grade25 Jevone Hazelton 11 57 John Curtis11 COACHES CHS 28- Columbus7 Region Record: 5-0 1 DJ Atkins 11 26 Gabriel ioultrie 11 58 Keiondre Jones 10 Head Coach: Pete Wiggins CHS 34- Upson Lee 7 Overall Record: 13-0 -2. DQ Wilkerson 11 27 Quan Todd 10 59 Adrain Porter 10 Offensive Coordinator: CHS 48- Harris Co. 21 Region 5-AAChamps 3 Michael Freeman 12 .28 Tely Fanning 10 60 Ire Heard 10 Matt Napier CHS 38- Lamar Co. 7 Next up: The Callaway High 4 Dylan Johnson 12 29 Curmondre Bray 11 61 Travis Musick 9 Defensive Coordinator: CHS 24- Heard Co. 14 Cava)iers will travel to 5 CourtneyWilliams 11 31 Juwan Elder10 62 Dalton Scott 10 Dusty Hubbard CHS 35- Temple 10 Savannah Friday to take on 6 Dominic Copeland 12 32 Nathan Sapp10 Christian Moon 9 Receivers: Kareem Douhne CHS 36- Spencer 14 Benedictine. Both teams are 7! TravisTraylor 11 33 Lamarceo Brooks 10 Destin Patrick 9 Running Backs: Matt Neighbors CHS 42- Jordan 12 finbeaten. Please malce the trip 8 Lichon Terrell 11 34 Antinius Barnes 10 71 Dan Norris "fight Ends: Jason Boatman CHS 55- Model 20 and support the Cavaliers. 9 Keegan Woods 12 35 Vanquez Hines 12 72 Zach Neighbors 9 Defensive Line: Jamal Bruce CHS 28- Brooks Co. 14 Kickoff time is 7:30 p.m. 10 Jibrell Jackson 12 36 Noah Stephens 11 73 Jarod Nation 9 Inside Linebackers: 11 KobeJackson11 37 ChristainBrooks 11 74 NolanBrooks10 DeyanoMartin =iu=r IIWII III$ 12 Braylon Sanders " II 38 Antanious Hutchinson I0 75 Brett Nixon9 Safeties: Terry Hayes II IIII 13 MJRobertson 9 39 JabanSm h 9 76 Je Toney I0 Specialists: Brian Harr ............................. 14 Cartavious Bigsby 11 40 Dre'lin Potts 10 Trevor Johnson 9 Equipment: Tray Tucker 15 Qua Hines 10 42 Sidderian Shealey 10 JP Royster10 Trainer: Brooke Jackson 16 Kedrick Ramsey 11 44 Hye Douglas10 80 Jymere Jones 9 Athletic Director: Eric Woods 17 Jacob Freeman 9 45 Lavaris Patterson 10 81 Marcus Morman 9 ADMINISTRATION e yd t 18" Everett Dully 11 50 Aaron Pauschert 11 82 HunterWilliamson 11 Principal: Jonathan Laney G 3OZZ, O 19 Marquavious Colton 11 51 Thomas Hodge 12 83 A Blount 9 Assistant Principals: Lynne 21 Jonathan Leonard 9 52 Dominic Carter 12 84 Bryce Kurian 10 Short, Shalanda Lovett I1 22 Khaliq Swift 12 53 Lawrence Thompson 11 85 Di'Querious Bonner 10 Nigel Walker ations TaiWalker 11 54 JamieSellers 11 88 'KerionBonner 10 Registrar:Dr.StevenLandry ters 24 RJ Williams9 55 Jalen Moss 11 89 Jalen Hunt 9Let's Go Cavaliers!! greatOn a season. 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