Gridders Defeat Stanley Blue Devils 7-0 As Don Bumgardner Scores In Last Period Kings Mountain high school's j Mountaineers, fresh from a 14-0 j licking administered by a strong Charlotte Tech high team on Sep tember 15th, found the going rough at City Stadium last Fri day night against an under-rated Stanley Blue Devil squad but capitalized on a break to push over a touchdown for a 7 to 0 vic tory. . . . Fullback Don Bumgardner bull ed over the goal from the one yard line early in the fourth quarter for the score and Guard Robert Davis added the e;xtra point. Bumgardner intercepted a Stan ley pass to set up the tally, and Tall Back Jim Kintmell closed the gap toward the Blue Devil goal with an off-tackle smash of 25 yards. ' | The <3aston County "Little Eight" conference Devils struck back after stopping an opening Kings Mountain drive on their one-yard line and again, after a very poor 13-yard punt, on their ll'?yard line. ? The Blue Devils, ccach^d by Dick Thompson, and sparked by | the powerful running of Fullback Ralph Smith, who is deaf, struck t? the Kings Mountain one-yard line but a pair of 15 yard penal ties for offensive holding set the Blue Devils back. Smith picked up 66 yards on the march- One of his runs was for 56 yards and a beautiful tackle by Bumgardner THE YARDSTICK Kings Mt.. 7 Stanley. 0 9 Flmt Down* 9 139 yds. gained rushing 157 6 yds. lost rushing 8 133 net rushing gain 149 . 7 No. passes attempted 10 3 No, passes completed 4 28 yds. gained passing 97 1 passes Intercepted by 0 17 yards gained runback 0 2 number of punts 3 1 ~ nts blocked by 0 38 ... nting average 17 0 opponents tumbles rec. 2 178 total gross gain 246 20 yds lost by penalty 70 158 total net gain 176 | and Kimmell on the 15 kept the hard-running back from going all the way. Kings Mountain stopped A Stanley drive in the third period on the Mountaineer 3-yard line after a' long Blue Devil pass com pletion had set the hall up on the 7-yard line. After the Kings Mountain touchdown, the Mountaineers, had to stiffen the defenses again to stop a Blue Devil drive on the 15 before the game was iced. Kings Mountain had to contain another Stanley drive before the game was over however. The Mountaineers stopped the ' last threat on their 15-yard line late ' in the game. PLAY-BY-PLAY - By John WarUck Mountaineer Sports Editor Guard Robert Davis kicked off I to the Stanley 10 yard line and | PRESCRIPTION SERVICE We fill qnyJtesaorg' Pr#^ 8ciipt>.<v*s promptly and accurately at r?uowuuble prices with the confidence of your physician. Kings Mountain Drug Company THE REXALL STORE Phones 41 ? 81 We Call For and Deliver Tailback Joe Saunders returned the kick 21 yards to the Blue Dev ils' 31. Saunders gained eight yards around right end to the 39. Saunders went around right end again and was stopped at the line of scrimmage. Wing back Ted i Garner lost two yards on an end I run to make it 4th and 4 on the ^Stanley 37. Leftend Clyde Dellin , ger punted to the Kings Moun ' tain 25 and Wingback Billy Shy j tie returned the ball to the ' Mountaineers' 45. ! Shytle gained 6 yards ove* ? right tackle. Tailback Jimmy Kimmel made it first and ten go ing over right tackle for 9 yards to the Stanley 42. Fullback Don Bumgardner picked up 6 through j the center o f the line. Shytle ! made is first and ten on a reverse : by gaining 5 to the Stanley 21. Kimmell over right tackle picked up 12 and the third first and ten for the Mountaineers on the Stan 1 ley 19. Shytle on a double reverse 1 picked up 11 for a first and ten on the Blue Devils' 8. Kimmell . added four-through the center of j the line to the 4 yard line. Bum gardner on the. next play went over for a touchdown but the Mountaineers received a 5 yard penalty for offsides. Kimmell picked up 4 yards at right tackle, Bumgardner 4 yards through the line and Bumgardne'' hit the cen ter of line for no gain, with pen alty on Kings Mountain refused. Dellinger punted very poorly j from the end zone to the Stanley i 14. Bumgardner through the cen ter of the line, picked up 2 to the j 12. Kimmell, over right tackle, ; added one and passed on the next play, incomplete. Shytle was stopped for no gain on a reverse I as Stanley took over -possession of. the ball on their own 11. Tail back Bill Graues picked up 7 ov -et right-W'L'kl^- io the iilaii JXi vi TBT fullback Ralph Smith,, on a handoff from Saunders, picked up 4 and a first and ten to the Stanley 22. Saunders went around end for a gain but the play was called back and a five yard pen alty to the Stanley 29 yas mark ed off I or backfield in motion. R. Smith on a handoff from Saund ers picked up a first and ten on a ling 56 yard run to the Moun taineers 15. R. 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Smith picked up 2 to the j 10 throUgh the center of the lirte i and Garner added two but play was nullified by a 15 yard penal ty against the Blue Devils for holding. R. Smith handed off ?o Tailback Abernathy for a gain-of one yard and A. Smith went ov er right tackle for 2 yards to the Mountaineers' 22. Aberanthy's pass to Saunders was complete | ifor two yards to the Mountain jeers' 20 but the ball went over on downs' to the Mountaineers. , Kimmell gained 4 yards a- ? round right end to the 21, and Bumgardner added one through the line to the Mountaineers' 25. Bumgardner ran "a first and ten through the line, adding 1 yards to the Mountaineers' 30. Kimmell ran over leit tackle and gained t> yards to the Mountaineers' 3fc Kimmmel passed to End Johnny Kiser for 13 yards to the Moun taineers' 17. Kimmell's pass to Blocking-back Jim ("obb was , i complete for no gain, and anoth i er sharp pass to End Fred Tate | was complete for 17 yards and ' a first, and ten on the Blue Dev ils' 37. Kimmell passed again on j the next play but it was knock! down. Kimmell passed twice in- j j complete, one intended for Tate- i Kimmell gained 4 yards -around right end on fourth down to the Stanley 33, and the ball went ov er. R. Smith's pass to Right End Sidney Brandon was good for 6 yards to the Blue Devils' 39, and Saunders passed to R. Smith for 18 yards to the Mountaineers' 43 as the half ended with the score, Stanley- 0. Ki ngs. Mountain o. ? SECOND MALT Abernathy kicked off to the Kings Mountain 13 and Bum gardner returned the kick 16 yards to the Mountaineers' 29 but a penalty. called on the Moun taineers for clipping put the bai! back the 14. Kimmell gaine<l 2 yards to the 16 and Bumgard ner added 5 but fumbled with Stanley recovering on the Mouh taineers' 19 R. Smith picked up 7 yards to the 12 and added 2 more yards but the Blue Devils received a 15 yard penalty for holding to put the ball on the Mountaineers' 27. Abernathy lost and passed, in complete. Saunders passed to Garner for 23 yards to the Mountaineers' 7. R. Smith hit the The lineups: Pos. Kings Mt. Stanley LE? Flowers Dellingcr LT ? -Mauney * . . ; . ..Stephenson LG ? M'cGinnis ..... Skidmore C ? Hullender Moore RG ? R. Davis Ottingor RT? Fisher ......... Abernathy RE? Tate Brandon QB? Cobb ........ Armsrrong RH ? Shy tie . . - Garner LH ? Kimmell ...... Saunders FB ? Bumgardner .... R. Smith Kings Mountain scoring: Tou chdown ? Bumgardner. Point af ter touchdown ? R. Davis (Place ment), Substitutions: Kings Mountain ? Ends: Kiser; Tackle: Crouch; Guards: McMackin, Welch; Backs: Ruth, McCartor. Stanley ? Ends: Puckett, Dunn, c! Smith; Tackle: Tallent; Guard: Hestor, B. Smith; Center: Mauney; Backs: Cannon, Graues. Officials ? Rat Austin, Char lotte, Referee; Dave Odom, Char lotte, Umpire; R. E. Shoup, Char lotte, Head Linesman; and Geor ge Hooker, Belmont, Field Judge. ? _ - . ? ? 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Abernathy lost ia yard around end; gained 3 yards and threw a pass which was interceped by Bumgardner on the 30 and run back to the Mountaineers' 47. Kimmell hit right tackle for 5 yards to the Blue Devils' 48. Kimmell's pass to Tate fell in complete. Shytle on a reverse went for 7 yards and a first and ten on the Bine Devils' 35. Bum gardner picked up 6 yards throu- ; gh the line. Kimmell hit left tac kle for 25 yards and a firsrt and ?tori on the Stanley 4. Kimmell lost a yard but Bumgardner hit the line for 3 yards to the 2, Shy tle on a reverse picked up a yard and Bumgardner went through I the line for the tduchdown. Davis I placekicked the point after. .Score Stanley 0, Kings Mountain 7. R. Daviskicked off io the Stan ley 32 and Tailback Dean Dunn was thrown for a lost? by Cobb to the 3(1. Saunders added 2 yards to the 32. Fullb'ack Tommy Cannon was thrown for a 2-yard loss by the center of line. Garner was held -for no gain around eud ami 17if )iu n t nn tin- fit'.vt play w:w blocked by a Stanley player and' rolled dead . on the Stanley 42. Kimmell was held for no gain and Bumgardner, through the line, gained 3 yards to the Stan ley 3t? Bumgardner added 1 yards to the.35, a penalty on play being refused by the Blue Povils, Kim mell's punt rolled dead a foot ov er the goal line for a touchback with Stanley taking over on iheir own 20 yard line. . Abernathy passed io K. Smith for 26 yards and a first and ten on the Blue Devils' 16. Abernathy passed incomplete' and on a sleeper pass to Dunn picked up 21 yards and a first nnd ten on the Mountaineers' 30. R. Smith picked 8 yards Io the Mountaineers' 22 and Abernathy added 4 for a first arid ten to the Mountaineers' 18. Abernathy hit the line for 1, picked up 2 around end and passed Incomplete. Aber nathy backed up to pass but ran with the ball and gained 1 to the Mountaineers' 13 as Kings Moun tain took over. 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