As Cherryville Ties 0-0
'? ?' I II s
Kings Mountain lan rough
shod over the Cherry vi lie Iron
men here at City- Stadium last
Friday night tout were unable to
push over a. touchdown and had
to settle for e scoreless tie (0J>).
It was the first conference game
of the season for Kings Mountain^
Kings Mountain dominated the
statistics department tout actual-,
ly Cherryvlile came closer to
Right Halfback Diek Black
welder intercepted a pass by Tail
back Jim Kimmell of the Moun
taineers late in the second quar
ter on the Kings Mountain 45
yard line and ran the ball bafck
to the 24 but toe missed a third
down pass fron) Left ? Halfback
Sonny Randall on the 8-yard. lint
was in the clear and tould proba
bly have scored on the play. The
Mountaineers took oyer on downs
and held until the half-time
Kings Mount^jprrleepest pen
etration was to tiA Cherry ville
20-yard line final
period, but the MountainBjrs lost'
the ball on downs .tfour^yards
short of first and ten.
Other Kings Mountai^ drives
went to frhP CherryvMte 30 and
32-yard Imp s where The 'Moun
taineer's attack bogged
Kings Mountain operated in it's!
THE Y ARDSTIC K
Total first downs 10
Fiqst downs running .... 9
First downs penalty 1
Yards gained rushing . . . 206
Yards lost rushing ...... 7
Net yards ra thing 199
Passes attempted 7
Passes completed ........ 1
Yards gained passing . . . 2
Passes Intercepted by . . . 0
Yards run-back 0
Net scrimmage gain . 201
No. of scrimmage plays
y (not counting punts
^%md penalties) .... 46
No. of puna ............ *
Are. distance pants . . . 41.4
Yards punts returned ... 14
No. of kiclc.offs .......... 1
Kick-off average 40
Yards kick-offs returned . . 0
Ball lost oi} fumbles ...... .2
No. of penalties ........ 5
Yards lost penalty 25 ,
TOTAL YARDS GAINED
IN GAME (add yards
' gained sun-back punts,
kick-offs and intercep- ^
ted passes to net rush- '
ing, (passing, penalty
gain# 250 110
~ J 1 r~J
own territory most oUhe game,
running onlj^ seven' Series of
downs on the Cherryville half of
the field compared to 14 pn. the
Mountaineer fcid^. ? * I
#Two Kings Mountain fumbles
recovered by Cherryville at
field cost the Mounttineers y^ircP
agG'l ^ P '
The game Marked homecoming
Jor Kings Mountain..
back on. the ? Kings Mountain
teams of 1944, '45 and '46, was
voted "King Gridoron Mountain
eer" in a contest to select ?le
most outstanding player who has
performed at the school. *
Sponsors for the six seniors
were: for Blocking Back Jim Cobb,
Miss Joan Wright; for Wingback
Billy Shytle, Miss Rheta Gamble;
for Fullback Waltto Griffin, Miss
Faylene Fallsj for End Raymond
iGoforth, Miss Peggy Clonlnger;
' for End Steve|toaes, Miss Patricia
Prince; and l^r Tackle Jack
Crouch, Miss Ramona Allen.
The Kings Mountain and Cher
ry vljle bands assembled as one
unit for an outstanding halftime
Randall kicked off for Cherry
vllle to the Kings Mountain 7
yard line where Fullback Don
Bumgardner was downed. Bum
gardner cracked the line for 25
| yards, Kimmell picked up two
over right tackle an?%i pass by
Kimmell was broken up, Bum
gardner added three yards over
right guard and Kimmell punted
out but Cherryville drew a 15
| yardvpenalty on the play giving
the Mountaineers a first down on
ItheX: 49. Kimmell hit right tac
kle ror 5 and Bumgardner left
guard fdf"8 for anoUj^r first down
but KM drew a 5*^rd penally on
I the next play for J>ackflold in mo?
tion. WinguaekJ|illv Shytle ran
a reverse to (height fbr 3, Kim
mell picked up 4 over left , tac
kle, Bumgardir added 3 and
yCimmell punted over the goal.
I Fullback Joe Pharr was stop
ped in the linfffor no gain, hand
led off Jb Blackwelder for 3 a
I rou^d right enj^and hit for
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Play** Trie* c; L Net At.
Klmmell 14 96 0 96 6.8
Bumgardncr 19 92 0 92 4,8
Shyle ' 6 25 7 18 3.0
Cobb 110 1 1.0
Pharr 11 26 0 26 2/4
Blackwelder 9 28 15 13 1.5
Randall 5 6 15 -9 1.8
Pas Mr Att Com. Int Yds.
Kimmell 7 1 12
Randall 9 2 .4 18
From To Yds. Galnod
Ximmel, KM Shytle .2
Randall, C B'welder 11
Randall,. C Newton 7
into the line. Randall punted to I
the KM 40, with ShytJe handing
off to Kim.neil for a 7 yard re
Bumgardner handed 4 off to
Blocking Back Jim Cobb t,n a
yard and went over right guard
for a yard. KimmeD's pass to
Cobb in the flat was incomplete
and Kim.?eil punted into the end
Bluckwelder picked *10 yards
and Cherry ville's only first down 1
on the ne^ct play, hitting through !
the line. Cherryvilie Vlrew a ' 5
yard penally for offsides 'on the
next play. , Pharr added 1 over
left gaard and.R^ruMl, back to'
pass, was downed f<ii^a 12 yard
loss. i^ack\\eJ<*r 'pickcd At p 5 on i
a rwe^ ^Randfl^punt.ivas;
Vownet ?i jhe j^.n a< tfic!
Quarter errfl< v ? c - -
Kijgs \Iou*iih dr-fcv a 3 ya%|
pen^Hfor ba<*fiejd in moti^T
onril^ext play. Sljytie picked
up 8 on a reverse and . tfimmell
made the first down, with 7\bff
right tackle but thtJlStouniainQer
drive bogged as Biimgardh^r, in
four tries intq the TTnA jadded 7
yards on the. initial effort 'and
was stopj>ed cold three times.
Cherry villej*?k ove*on their
.?JU-yaijiTine and Pharr went into
the line for three. Randa'u4|fcrew
two passes, one a screen pass,
that fell Incomplete &nd punted
out-of-bounds on the, KM -33.
Kimmelflljit over rlghjfcacfcle
for 10 yards "but fumbl<^^h#r
ryville recowring on the KM 43.
Blackwelolr picked up 5 and
Cherryvilie drew a 15 yard petf
ally for holding on the nevt play.
Randal passed complete to Black
welder for 11 yards, passed in
c^plete and punted into the end
Bumgardner plffced up a short
10 and made the first down on the
next play that was' called back
penalty KM 5 yards offsides!
Bumgardner failed <o ffain and
Kimmells pass to Shytle netted
only 2 yards. Kimmell punted to
the C 39, returned 6 yards by
Randall's pass to J. Moss was
incomplete and Pharr handed the
ball off to Blackwelder who hit
for the right flank but was held
to a yard gain. Randall again
passed to Moss incomplete and
punted to Shytle who was down
?ed in his tracks on the KM 24.
Khn moll's shpti bullet pass
was incompleted his next long
pass to Cobb was intercepted by
Blackwelder on the KM 45 and re
turned to the KM 24, 21 yards.
Randall's pass to Newton fell |
incomplete, Shytle covering at
the goal line, but KM drew a five
yard penalty for offside* Center
Bob Hul lender spot ted a "Statue
of Liberty" play Jn the making,
downed Blackwelder for an 8
yard loss on the play. Bandall
passed three times, incomplete,
missed by Blackwejdec on the 8
yard line and complete to- New
ton for 7 yards as the Mountain
eers took over on downs.
Bumgardner picked up 2 yards
as the period ended. Score 0 0
Guard Robert Davis kicked off
to the C 20 and BacK, C. A. Mc
Ginhls returned to the C 35. Pharr
ran over left guard for one yard
and hit center foe 5 and 3. Rand
all punted to the KM 30.
Kimmell picked up 4 to the
righ* and Shytle added 14 on a
reverse to the left fur a first
dowin. Bumgardner hit the line
for 3 and .picked up 8 -but KM
f f'Ve Vard pena&y f?r back
field in motion. Kimmell was
stopped for 2 yards around right
end and quh*. kicked 52 yards
the ball "barely rolling into the
end zone. ,
Three runs ? Blackwelder 4,
and Pharr 4 and one? fell short
and Randall -punted to the KM
40. returned 7 by Kimmell.
Bumgardner picked up 3. but
fumbled, J. .Moss recovering on
tne 50 for Cherryville.
Pharr added 3, Randall lost 3
and added one and Randall's
punt roiled to the KM 4 -but the
ball was i legally downed by the
visitors and moved to the KM 20.
Kings Mountain started what
looked to be the pay-off drive,
Kimmell adding 6 over right tac
kle, Bumgardner 11 and Kimmell
U around left end to the KM 47.
Shytle lost a y?iu, .Bumgardner
hit center for 9 and Kimmell ran
off left tackle for 19 yards to the
C 26. Bumgardner hit the line for 1
4. Kimmell off right tackle for
one but Shytfe was stopped cold j
on a reverse to the left. On four
th down Kimmell hit inside right
guard for one and Cherryville
took over on downs on the (' 20.
Blackwelder lost 5 on a reverse
to his left, Randall added 5 a
?round right and, from punt
formation, Randall cracked into,
the line for no g?.in. ' Randall's
punt to the KM 40 was not re- 1
. ? . I
Bumgardner was stopped f^r!
ho gain, Kimmell added 8 and
Bumgardner 3 for a first down. j
KimmeH's quick pass into the!
flat to Cobb was almost intereep- J
ted by Dellinger just before Kim- !
mell broke off tackle, for 11 yards.
Shytle lost 6 on a double reverse >'
and Kimmell's pass to Flowers'
fell incomplete. Kimmell's quick- 1
kick on thi^i down went out-of- !
bounds on the C 8.
Blackwelder 4bst 3, .Pharr pick
ed up one and Randall punted 61
Kimm^ hit off right uftcklevfor
6 yards as t lie. game ended. Score
*os. KiSIrs Mt. Cherry.
LE? Flowers : . . , Newton 1
LT? Mauney Lynn
LG ? McGinnis T Beam'
* c~ Header p, Moss '
RG? R. Davis Thomburg 1
RT? Valentine Seagie
Shytle ........ Blackwelder
LH? Kimmell Randall
FB ? Bumgardner Pharr
Substitutions: Kings Mountain j
?End' J. Kiser; tackles: Fisher,
Crouch: guards: McMackln, Wei
ch; center: K. Davis; backs: Me
Carter. Cherryville ? Ends: C.
Kiser; tackle: H. Sainej backs: C.
A, McGinnis, George, Dellineer
Officials: Referee O. C. Con
n?r, Shelby; Umpire Leo Falls
Cramerton; Head Linesman!
Charlie Clark; Field Judge Joe
Lemaster, Bessemer City.
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