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Geter Editor HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - DECEMBER 16, 1999 - PAGE9 ] , Lady CAVS Continue Winning Ways Cavaliers Remain hotT00eotLiandgYo?LAVSb00lahi00idg tnhee The Callaway Cavaliers are , on the season after defeat- the Troup Tigers Friday 81-47 and Cathedral 68-51 on Saturday. Callaway took a 28-11 first and outscored the 19-4 in the second to go the half with a 47-15 lead. Troup came out in the third outscored the CAVS, 18-17, Callaway iced the cake in final period by outscoring 17-14. Nick Philpot led the CAVS 15 points. Demetrius netted nine points and I eight assists. He had a good on defense as he collect- eleven rebounds and had , CAVS at 3-1 Deniro King scored 18 points for the Tigers. He was followed by Tony Wortham with eight. Callaway committed 14 fouls while Troup had 19. Saturday night, Callaway defeated Cathedral, 68-51. Smith had a spectacular game as he scored 28 points. He pulled down 13 rebounds and had four assists. Cathedral jumped out to a 16-13 first quarter lead, but the CAVS outscored them 20-9 in the second to take a 33-25 lead into the locker room at the half. The third quarter was close, but Callaway outscored Cathedral 21-11 in the fourth. Cathedral had nineteen per- sonal fouls called on them while the Cavaliers had nine. The Lady Cavaliers are off to a 4-0 start after defeating the Troup Lady Tigers on Friday night and Cathedral on Saturday. "Demetrius had an off night Coach Terry said, "but he hustled on won 52-39 over the Lady Tigers. First year coach, Angela Richardson said her squad has a long way to go to make it to Macon, but they really want to win. Callaway took a 34-25 half- time lead after leading 17-11 at the end of the first quarter. Kisha Owens had a great game on defense and Mel McCord sparked the Lady CAVS. Stacey Smith scored 17 points. Callaway will host their first annual Christmas Tournament this weekend. Eight schools with both boys and girls teams will vi for the top trophy. Greenville, Manchester, Harris County, Heard County, Troup County, W.D. Mohammed, Handley and Callaway will all participate. The games are set for December 17, 18, 20 and 21-- Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. Game number one is sched- uled for 4 p.m. Friday after- noon. Bryan Geter/ Staff CALLAWAY HEAD COACH ANGELA RICHARDSON talks over the game plan with her Lady Cavaliers. The Lady Cavs defeated Troup 52-39 Friday niaht. (Jesus will) "give light to who sit in darkness.., To our feet into the way of "Luke 1:79. This Christmas sing a new That comes from deep with- A song that honors Christ i Lord, Who saves us from our sin. Seeing God's work in our life Puts a new song in our heart. Bro. Hill's text Sunday was from Matthew 2:1- Sunday evening the text was Luke 23:32:43. first cousin Inn in LaGrange. A of 25 of us enjoyed a great fun and fellowship. Sunday Johnnie and Mable hosted the ' for the "Willie and Geneva Laster" descen- dants; children, Mable Williamson, Mary Brue, Linda Ayers, Grace Cagle and Edward Laster; grandchildren, great grandchildren. A group of 35 from LaGrange, Snellville, Hogansville, Las Vegas, Nevada, and New London, Texas enjoyed the day. Christmas Day The day is bright with smil- ing faces and hearts that beat with love to share. The hours are exalted with merry-making Infant blessings are every- where. From pealing church bells, lers singing the holiday is set with cheer; Hope and faith abide with grace Now that the Christmas Spirit is here. Caroline S. Kotowicz Deacon of the Week: Wayne Congratulations to Marie on being named 'ee of the Year at the party of Vaughan Inc. Saturday night, 117Z -- i i [ Mission oak' , ,11 church sn'nctary for the _ [c&oqr ue , , ,. Christmas season. 00*677 The Adult Choir special Sunday morning was "Beautiful Star of Bethlehem", Ideal Aoceat Trad'CheDresser.m, ror_ Marie Hines, soloist. Book Case night stand,rheac Rev. Harold Willis' Sunday Standing 54 tall and 40 & footboard wide in the elegance of a *75 ls298 '198 Wroght.lron and Glass l Youth Bed  2 Pc, Hall Cocldad -,dlldl.._l Twin size tester bed,  ColrNlolo white finish "Canopy + Table l . ,  ..m Anne cr tv:: fi ni'sLw; Fcessparately '002.77 *24900 1'373 Metal Twm/ Rocker. ++:i\\;+:"b Twin  Recliner   i/] B=u,-se comfo, tow "u'' Bunkbnds  .... ',, +,.+,,us w+ --o-,o.,o+ ,.. = /+++ 11, where she has employed for the past 14 We had a baby dedication morning (December for Andrew Christopher Campbell. He received a letter about the and Sunday's church He is the son of Chris l Mariea Campbell. were happy to have r visitors with us Sunday hope they will come back Poinsettias and Christmas are decorating our morning message was "God Over Us" (John 1:1 2, 14). John was faced with the problem of communication as he sought to proclaim the good news of God. 1. God in eternity past. II. God revealed in time. III..The God of eternity to come. Christmas calls us to wonder at the God who created us and seeks to redeem us. On Sunday night, his message was from Mark 1:9- 10 entitled "The Debut of Jesus." Welcome new member Amisa Rhodes. Remember the sick, shut- ins and bereaved in prayer. Master Holmes Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of Palm City, Florida birth of their son, Henry Holmes ("Will") 7. Maternal grandparents are and Jean Miller of and paternal are Allen and Holmes of LaGrange. Master Drake Mr. and Mrs. David H. Jr. of Senoia announce Andrew David born Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, November 25 at Peachtree Regional Hospital in Newnan. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20 3/4" long. The mother is the former Caroline Carter-of Manassas, Virginia. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Z. Brand of Hogansville and Mr. and Mrs. David H. 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