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THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2009 li , , &apos; " ' STRINGER OF FISH- Joshua Grissett and Zac Seay went fishing at a private pond Saturday with Joshua's "Paw Paw" Joel Gomillion. They caught a a good mess of fish. When the boys were asked where they caught the fish, the only thing they would say was, "In the corner of their mouth." Joshua is the son of Joanna Holley of Florala. Paxton boys improve to 21-4 by Patrick Casey Dan Geoghagan exploded for 26 points as Paxton com- pleted a season sweep of Walton with a 65-49 victory over the Braves in the regu- lar season finale for both teams. and high percentage shoot- ing to move to 21-4 as they head into district tourna- ment play. Zack Vickers and Dem- etrius Moore scored 18 and 16 points respectively as the Bobcats held the lead from the outset. The Bob- cats, who are playing with- out starters Shaq Jackson and Colby Forehand due to wrist injuries, hit 12-of-18 free throws while commit- ting only eight turnovers in posting the win. Walton has lost three games in a row, but the Braves played one of their best games of the year on Tuesday night when Marl- anna edged the Braves at Walton 65-64. Paxton got off to an excel- lent start when Geoghagan canned four long distance bombs to propel the Bob- cats to a 24-14 lead after one quarter that they would never relinquish. Walton hung around for most of the contest as Tar- rell Bramlet scored 16 points to keep the Braves in the game, but no other Braves player hit double figures as the Bobcats used their size Paxton girls claim district title junior center Erin Walker to win games. Walker put up 22 points in the district clincher while teammates Stevie Davidson added 14 and Krysten Cuchens had 10. Paxton turned the game into a rout with a 23-8 ad- vantage in the third quar- ter that saw Paxton hold a 53-31 lead entering the final quarter of play that led to the final margin of 60-37. The Bobcats, won all three meetings with Rocky Bayou and will open the Class A playoffs on Thurs- day night at 7 p.m. when they host Bethlehem (18-8). The Wildcats knocked off Paxton in November in Bethlehem, but now have to by Patrick Casey Saturday night was a good night to be a girl's bas- ketball player or fan. The Paxton Bobcats won their match-up in the dis- trict championship game to earn the right to host first round state playoff games on Thursday night. The Paxton Bobcats had five as the magic number and defeated Rocky Bayou at Central High 60-37 for their fifth consecutive dis- trict championship in Class A. Paxton (19-6) used a fa- miliar philosophy to take out Rocky Bayou. 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Walton's Paul McClure took the ball the length of the floor in the final seven seconds of the game, but his. bank shot high off the glass came off too hard and deflected off the rim as time expired. McClure provided Walton (14-11) with 12 points while high 10 points in the loss. Paxton had a .little bet- ter luck against Freeport on Thursday as Zack Vickers scored 31 points and Dem- etrius Moore added 22 as the Bobcats avoided a road upset with a 64-57 winver Freeport. The Bobcats had only three players score in the contest as' Tyler Garrett added 11 points to complete the Bobcats scoring. Game notes: The Bobcats are likely to meet Central in the semi-final round on Friday and will be a big fa- vorite to advance to the final on their home floor on Sat- urday. Winston Howell Road Race set for March ! 4 The 31st Annual Win- ston Howell 10,000 Meter Road Race will be Sat- urday, March 14, at the National Guard Armory in Hartford. The race is sponsored by the Hart- ford Civic Club with pro- ceeds benefiting Hartford Boy Scout Troop 32. Registration will begin at 7 a.m., and the race starts at 9 a.m. For an entry form or more information, go to http ://winstonhowell-, email or call Cary Hatcher at 334-588-2343. PAXTON EDUCATOR RECEIVES $800 TARGET FIELD TRIP GRANT Paxton School educator, Kim Davenport, was awarded an $800 Target Field Trip Grant, designed to help bring learning to life for students. Davenport, a 6th grade teacher, was selected from more than 25, 000 applicants across the country. Mrs. Davenport plans to use the grant to take 50 stu- dents to view Dance Facets 2009, a show that combines dance, dialogue, and costumes for lively entertainment on Friday, April 24 at Northwest Florida College in Niceville, FL. After attending the production of Dance Facets 2009, the Paxton 6th grade students will work on their own drama production to be presented to family and friends. Shown are (l-r) Assistant Principal Steve Alford, Mrs. Davenport and Principal Sonya Alford. CURRENT WEATHER ACCESS AVAIIABLE Courtesy of the University of South Alabama and the Coastal Weather Research Center, citi- zens will have access to current weather condi- tions and daily data gathered from this weather station located on the campus of Florala High School. Weather information is updated every two minutes. Citizens may access this information by going to the FHS website at http://florala.cch.schoolinsites. com/?PageName=LatestNews&Section=LatestN ews&ItemID=53290&ISre= or directly to http'// html. STATE LINE MINI MALL Downtown Fiorala 858-2741 SItOP FL ORALA OPEN Tuesday- Saturday 9-5 Or by appointment after hours 858-7359 We have FREE hotdogs every Thursday!