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PAGE 8 * THE FLORALA NEWS : WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2018 W.S. HARLAN ELEMENTARY SCHOL'S 2018-19 fourth graders were rewarded last week with a snow cone and pizza party from Principal Joy Colvin and staff for their performance on last year's Perfor- mance Series test, which earned the school state-wide recognition as a top 50 school for growth in reading scores. Covington County Breakfast/Lunch Thursday Septem- ber 6 - Waffle Sticks, Cereal, Sliced Pears, Sandwich, Italian Fruit Juice, Milk Green Beans, Corn, Chic Penne Or Tur- Mixed Fruit, Mari- key Sandwich, Corn nara Sauce, Milk Nuggets, Collard Tuesday, Septem- Greens, Sliced Pears,ber 11 - Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble, Roll, Cereal, Orange Milk Halves, Fruit Juice, Friday, September Milk 7 Blueberry Muf- Chicken Spaghetti fin, Cereal, Orange Or Ham Sandwich, Halves, Fruit Juice,Sliced Carrots, Broc- Milk coli & Cheese, Orange BBQ Sandwich, Halves, Milk Garden Salsa Sun Wednesday, Sep- Chips, Coleslaw, Po-tember 12 - Egg & tato Salad, Orange Cheese Sandwich, Halves, Milk Yogurt, Strawberries, Monday, Septem- Apple Juice, Milk ' ber 10 Pancake Beef & Bean Bur- Coated Sausage, Yo- rito w/Salsa Or Tur- gurt, Mixed Fruit, key Sandwich, Green Fruit Juice, Milk Lima Beans, Tossed Mozzarella Cheese Salad, Mexican Rice, Sticks Or Turkey Apple Quarters, Milk mm WILDCAT QUARTERBACK (#1) Rashaad Coleman scrambles for a first down against the Cottage Hill defense. Story and photos to take on the Floralaon downs at the Warrior by Lisa Windham Wildcats. 22 yard line. The 3A Cottage Hill The Wildcats won The Warriors found Christian School War the toss and elected to the endzone on a 16 riors visited Mathews receive. The first drive yard pass with 3:06 to Stadium Friday night resulted in a turn over go in the first quarter. ,~:~,~:~ (#2) LOGAN WEST caught a pass for a first down at the Cottage Hill 40 yard line. After swapping pos- sessions in the third, Cottage Hill found pay- dirt again on a pass play to take a 21-7 lead. The Warriors would add 3 more touchdowns to their lead before the game was over. However; the Wild- cats found paydirt once more as time was wind- ing down in the game. A handoff from Coleman to (#13) Leroy Mitchell resulted in an 80 yard sprint for the endzone to make the final tally Florala 14, Cottage Hill also injured and could 42. not return to the game. Note: Starting quar- This Friday night, terback Jacob Hammac the Wildcats (1-1) will was out with an injury hit the road to regional and early in the first foe Georgiana (1-1) to quarter running back take on the Panthers at Vinson Flowers was 7 p.m. (#21) VINSON FLOWERS was injured on the first drive of the game on a completed pass from quarterback Rashaad Coleman. He did not return to the game. FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL 2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT PLACE TIME Friday, Sept. 7 Georgiana Away 7:00 Friday, Sept. 14 Brantley Home 7:00 Friday, Sept. 21 Elba Away 7:00 Friday, Sept. 28 Houston Academy Home 7:00 Friday, Oct. 5 Red Level Home (HC) 7:00 Friday, Oct. 12 McKenzie Away 7:00 Friday, Oct. 19 Pleasant Home Home (St. Night) 7:00 Friday, Oct. 26 Kinston Away 7:00 Friday, Nov. 2 Open Roundup@, a common weed and grass killer, has been linked to the development of Non-I-Iodgkin's Lymphoma in farm workers and employees in garden ~, nurseries, and .landscapers: If ']IUBI you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with Non- Hodgkin's Lymphoma, contact us today as time may be limited. Wildcat (#8) Anthone Stone received the kick off at the Wildcats' 18 yard line with a good run back to the 41. The offense stalled and punted with li34 to go in the first. The Warriors at- tempted a field goal on their first drive of the second quarter. The ball sailed wide right. As the second quar- ter was winding down, Wildcat quarterback (#1) Rashaad Coleman found the endzone on a quarterback keeper on a 4th and inches. The PAT by (#50) Hunter Truman was good and the game was tied at 7. With :43 to go before halftime on the ensuing kickoff, the Warriors ran the ball back for a long touchdown to go up 14-7. A HOST OF WILDCAT defenders her. (#1) RASHAAD COLEMAN drops Dylan Hobby fends off #54. team up to bring down a Warrior run- back to pass as offensive lineman (#65)