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The Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 18??-1974, June 12, 1979, Image 6

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SEIS WSS SSA SSR THRO WSS GAGS SEDGE SENS GUNNS NEON SR EDGE ROE TEER ORR GES DN WIRE TONE SEE. Page 6-MTRROR-HERALD — Tuesday, June 12, 1979 Curry And Sherrer Hurl No-Hitters In Dixie Youth Action Lavar (Ba Ba) Curry of C&C Metal's Dixie Youth major league team hurled his second no-hitter of the season Ist week in an 11-1 victory over Champion's Landscaping. Curry walked five and struck out 12 and had half of C&C's six hits off Mark Deese. One of his hits was a grand slam homer which sparked a five-run uprising in the second inning. Edwin Sherrer of Kiwanis also hurled his second no-hitter Friday as his team defeated the Jaycees 10-2. Sherrer fanned seven batters. Tim Barrett and Pat Green had two hits each for the winners and Sherrer, Todd Gossett and Phillip Ramsey added one apiece. Gossett, Mike Brown, Keith Proctor and Rodrick Boyce were cited for their defensive play. In other games last week, Rotary defeated C&C 10-1, Champion's defeated Lions 6-83 and Jaycees whipped Nationwide 7-4. Kevin Roberts hurled a two-hitter for Rotary while his teammates backed him with a nine-hit attack against Chris Lovelace. Ray Bridges was 3-for-3 with four runs batted in and Steve Fain 2-for-3 for Rotary. Roberts struck out 10 and walked only one. The lore run off him came in the second inning on a passed ball. Jerry McDaniel hurled a three-hitter and struck out 10 in Champion's win over the Lions. Johnny Yarbro was the losing pitcher. Neil Moss, Andrea Littlejohn, Jerry Peterson and Sam Smith had a hit apiece for the winners and Yarbro, Mike Homesley and Tim Rodgers had a hit each for the Lions. Nationwide scored four runs in the first inning and held on to defeat the Jaycees behind the pit- ching of Jarvis Young. Marty Bridges was the loser. Steve Cogdell was 3-for-4 to lead Nationwide’s seven hit attack and Ira Clark had a double, home run and two runs batted in for the winners. Therndon Brown hit a home run, Robert Appling had two singles and David Moore one single. In minor league action, Herndon's Landscaping edged the American Legion 5-4 and Plonk Oil Hyped Bolin’'s Day Care 6- S fis Short hurled the win for Herndon'’s striking out 11, and Monty Deaton took the loss despite a strong five-hit, 10-strikeout performance. The win moved Herndon into sole possession of first place. Jody Champion had two hits and Tim Bell, Mike Short and Jarrell Smith one each for the winners. Robert Price had three hits, Greg Anthony two, Deaton two and Mike Houser, Bryant Wells and Keith Morris one each for the Legion. Rusty Bumgardner hurled a one-hitter for Morrow Plonk Oil in its win over Bolin’s. Kevin Bolin got the only hit for Bolin's. Bumgardner led the winners with 2-for-3 and Sean Ramsey singled home the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning. Earns PGA Tour Card After three tries, Cleveland County's Rodney Morrow earned his PGA tour card last week in the PGA qualifying school at Pinehurst. Morrow shot a 71-72-77- 75--285 In the 72-hole qualifying round. He was one of 25 golfers to earn a card. Leading qualifier was Terry Mauney of Charlotte, who shot a 284. Both Mauney and Morrow are former golfers at Gardner-Webb College. Morrow, a Bolling Springs native, has played on the mini-tour in Florida the last two summers and has been among the leading money winners there. Nappi Wants Total Program (Begins on Page 5) Bradenton, Fla., and Miami (O) University, and when he was a high school coach in Ocala, Fla. before getting into parks and recreation while serving the U.S. Army in Vietnam. ‘“The support of the community and the civic clubs are going to be needed for the total community concept to be implemented,’’ said Nappi. ‘I don’t think the majority of the people truly understand the benefits of a city recreation program. A recreation program can be anything that an individual KM Knit, Tied For Kings Mountain Knit and Foote Mineral are tied again for the industrial league softball lead after KM Knit was upset by Eaton 14-10 last week. In other games last week, Foote edged K Mills 18-14, Kinmont defeated Carmet 24-3 and Kings Mills edged Park Yarn 9-6. KM Knit and Foote are both 11-2, followed by Eaton and Kinmont at 9-4 each, Kings Yarns 7-6, K Mills 4-9, Park Yarn 8-10 and Carmet 0-13. Gene McCullough went 5-for-6 and Rocky Goforth, Glenn Perkins and Roy Kale 4-for-5 each to lead Eaton's victory over KM Knit. Otis Cole and Vernon can enjoy during his leisure time. “I'm going to do my best to give Kings Mountain a program in which the total community can be provided for. It'll take more than the recreation staff. We'll need support from the civic clubs and volunteers. I know there is a lot of expertise in the community resources that need to be tapped. A lot of people out there can share through the recreation programs. I look forward to meeting all the citizens concerned with recreation and welcome the op- portunity to bring new ideas to Kings Mountain.” Foote Top Spot Bell each had 4-for-4 for the losers. One of Bell's hits was a home run. Ronnie Wilson was 4-for- 5 and J.D. Jackson and Gary Oliver 8-for-5 each to lead Foote’'s win. Tony Jenkins was G6-for-5 with two homers and Donnie Perry 4-for-4 for K Mills. Danny McDowell went 4- for-5 and Johnson 8-for-5 to lead Kinmont over Car- met. Scott Hovis led Carmet with 8-for-4. Gary Shields was 4-for-6 and Tony Black and Dennis Allen 8-for-5 each to lead King Mills over Park Yarn. Ben Burris was 8- for-6 and Johnson 38-for-4 for Park Yarn. Save AtOur TopRate. This Week's New Rate: 9.425% On Money Market Certiticates GOOD THRU"JUNE 13th $10,000 minimum deposit » Rate based on 6-month Treasury Bill issues » Certificates mature in 6 months * Insurance to $40.000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Withdrawals before maturity require for- feiture of 3 months interest, with interest on amount withdrawn reduced to passbook rate » Federal regula- tions prohibit the com pounding of interest during the term of the deposit. INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK er F( victory over Nationwide ‘Insuran had the Optimist hits. Edwin Sherrer hurled a two-hitter Friday night to lead Kiwanis to a 12-1 Dixie Youth Major League ce. Pat Green had two of the Kiwanis hits and Kevin Weaver, Kent Boheler, Tim Barrett, Phillip Ramsey and Roderick Boyce had one apiece. Cogel and Sidney Brown had the two Nationwide hits. In another game Friday, Police defeated Jaycees 11-4. Denorris Wilson picked up the win and Ira Clark took the loss. Scotty Bryant and Steve Ingram were 3-for-4 each to lead Police and Marty Bridges was 4-for-4 for Jaycees. In a minor league game Friday, Plonk Oil defeated Optimist ,11-1 behind the two-hit pitching of Rusty Bumgardner. Bumgardner was 2-for-8, Steve Lineberry 2-for-4 and Todd Lovelace had a home run to lead the winners. Bradshaw and Matthews The Kiwanians sunk Nationwide last Friday 12- 1 behind he pitching of Edwin Sherrer. Sherrer gave up only two hits and one run while striking out six batters. Leading hitters for the Kiwanians were Pat Green, 2; Kent Boheler, 1; Kevin Weaver, 1; Tim Barrett, 1; Philip Ramsey, 2 for RBIs; and Rodrick Boyce, 1 for RBI. The losing pitcher was Thurdon Brown. Police whipped Kiwanis 5-4 Tuesday night with Richie Gold on the mound. Leading hitters were Scottie Bryant, Shane Shockley, Kenny Davis, Richie Gold, Steve Ingram and Denoris Wilson. Leading hitters for Kiwanis were Philip Ramsey, Todd Gossett and PLat Greene. $ 12XB9 89 104YC02 “ Qe &” GET *30 DIRECT FROM SCOTT CARRIGAN Carrigan Contest Winner Scott Carrigan, formerly of Kings Mountain, won the PRICES ARE REDUCED DURING THIS SALE ONLY performance TELEVISION LIGHTWEIGHT BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV « GE IF 25" diagonal COLOR TV/ 25YM9824P CLASSIC STYLING . . distressed pe- can finish on genuine hardwood solids. wood composition board, and simulated wood accents. NOW ONLY *29 CONTROL 12” DIAGONALLY PICTURE - PURCHASED BY JUNE 13th ; REMOTE SAVE *70 MEDITERRANEAN STYLING . . . dlis- ressed light pecan finish on genuine hardwood solids, wood composition board, and simulated wood accents. 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He had a perfect score in LL tryouts and is one of the team’s ace pitchers. | KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. IS CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY JUNE 12th FOR FURTHER MARKDOWNS..... WE WILL OPEN WEDNESDAY JUNE 13th 7 AM UNTIL 9 PM WITH GREATER MARKDOWNS - GREATER SAVINGS SAVE UP TO 50% DURING OUR GOING OUT OF BUSINESS USE YOUR BELK CHARGE CARD All sales final @ no layaways ® no exchanges ® no alterations « 1 F I C be di a ‘ol SOBRE SNE BN wot many BETES,

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