Thursdayi November 10, I96£i
KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS. MOUNTAIN. U. C.
By GARY STEWART
Bradley, Harris Point To East Rutherford
Conversations with Southwestern Conference foot
ball coaches have revealed the following information con
cerning Friday night’s SWC showdown at Shelby betw^n
7o^ch Gerald Allen’s Golden Lions and East Rutherford:
Coaches Dennis Bradley of Cherryville and Von Ray
Harris of Lincolnton point to East to win the conference
championship, and Kings Mountain Coach Bill Bates leans
toward Shelby while Ray Shelton of Belmont, Max Beam
of Rutherfordton and Bob Bush of Chase rate the battle
as a toss-up*
"Both Coaches Bradley and Harris said that the size,
speed and deptlv in the East baekfield would be the decid
ing factor in the game. Mountaineer Coach Bates says that
if Shelby can keep the Cavaliers from hitting the “home
run’’, Shelby will win.
“East will be the winner because of its talent, said
Bradley. “East has more depth than Shelby. All through
the season they’ve had injuries to hit key personnel and
I have brought others in who did a better job.
“It will probably be a low-scoring game until the four
th quarter and then East will probably explode. At least,
that’s What they’ve done against most other opponents.
They did it against us, Belmont, Chase and R-S Central,
at any rate,” he added.
“It’s' going to be a real tough ballgame,” says Harris.
“Possibly, the difference will be in team speed. If East
is healthy, I’d say East would be favored. East has good
speed, size and depth in the backfield.”
Bates Looks For Free-Scoring Contest
Kings Mountain Coach Bill Bates says that both
teams can score and says that Shelby has the best defen
sive team but looks for a
“If Shelby can keep
East from hitting the home
run, Shelby will win. Shel
by has real good passing
and East can go outside.
Shelby has the best de
fense. I wouldn't be sur
prised if it’s a free-scoring
But Bates quickly added
that if Shelby let’s East get
outside, the Cavaliers will
probably come out on top.
He pointed out the fact
that East has good speed
in Gary Dotson, Jimmy
Rogers, Alfred Mapp, Doug
Haulk and Lewis Jolley.
Bates also pointed out
the fact that Shelby has
the best passing in the
conference" and that the aerial game might decide the
Falls Winner Oy^ Ballard
In KMCC Golf Tournament
Kings Mountain high school :
basketball teams began workouts
Monday, however, full swing;
practice will not get underway
until this coming Monday.
Girls’ Coach Bob Hussey has
been-working with both.theJ3pys’_^
and girls’ teams this week, as
regular boys’ Coach Don Parker
is still working with the varsity
football team, which finishes its |
1966 season Friday night in Lin-;
Parker will take over the var- i
sity boys’ basketball team Mon
Coach Hussey has been run
ning both t^ams through loosen
ing up and conditioning drills,
however, he will probably scrim
mage both teams before the end
of the week.
Although pre-season workouts
are-still in the early stages, both
teams have shown promise.
Twenty-six girls are out for
varsity with 18 boys vying for
starting position^. Four more
boys will join the tea,m Monday
from the football squad.
Coach Hussey, who has been
head coach of the Mountainettes
for three years but has never had
a winning season, has seven let-
termen and five starters back.
His two top scorers from last
year — All-Conference junior
Sharon Gold and sophomore Lin
da Childers — head the list of
STARTER — Former Kings
Mountain high school football
standout Hubert McGinnis has
moved into the starting center
position at Lenoir - Rhyne Col
lege. Hubert made all-confer
ence and all-state his senior
year at KMHS.
At Lenoir Rhyne
HICKORY — Lenoir Rhyne’s
playoff bowl hopes were washed
out here last Saturday afternoon
when Carson - Newman demol
ished the Bears, 28-14. Intercep
tions and fumbles hindered the
Bears as they piled up their high-
Falls Wins 4-3;
Coman Falls defeated Mike
Ballard 4-3 last week to win the
1966 Kings Mountain Country
Club Golf Tournament.
oddly-tmfrtjgh, both Falls and.,
Ballard are left-handed.
The tournament had originally
bi'cn scheduled to finish four
wi'ek.s ago but has been post-
i)i>ni'd untiL recently because of
the condition of the course.
To reach the finals, Falls de
feated Snooks McDaniel, Tip
Ki'ances and John McGiniiis while
Ballard won matches over de
fending champion Robert Plonk,
.Scan- Morrison and Dick Maxey.
The finals of the championship
fli.ght was 36 holes, however.
Falls closed Ballard out after 33.
Winner of the first flight cham
pionship was Carroll Ledford, the
I .second flight winner was Bill Mc-
‘ Ginnis and Jack Arnette won the
1 third flight championship. They
(l‘'''eated Joke Cooper, Woodrow
Wilson and Bob iLowe, respective-
I All winners and runners-up will
receive trophies at the annual
Golfers Banquet to be held in
the near future.
COACH BILL BATES
... Says Shelby
lettermen which include Kathy I
Plonk Susan Howell, Hilda iLow- j season with 433. Hanley
ery, Libby Tedder and Joy ' Palter commented, “It s hard to
Roberts ' ^‘'Heve that we could have 433
Coach Parker will have four j yards total offen.se and not score
lettermen and three starters back' any more *han we did. I ‘an t gin Bates takes ■ kept the .Mounties from doin
and will have several boys who! fumbles alone: we Mountaineers to IJncolnton j any (iama^e. Another intercept-
played last year at Compact. I la^ outplayed.^^ ^ ^ Friday ni.ght in an attempt to | pas.s by Willielm stopped lliat
Kings Mountain high .schooi
For 119 Yards
To Lead Charge,
By GARY STEWART ' \
Kings Mountaim’s Mountain
eers spotted Belmont a 7-0 half
time lead and then came roar
ing back in the final two periods <
to take a 12-7 Southwest Con
ference football victory Friday
night in Belmont. [
The Mountaineers’ second half |
surge was led by junior tailback '
Steve Spencer who chalked up
97 yards rushing iri 20 carries
and scored one touchdown. All ’
total, Spencer had 119 yards :
rushing in 27 carries for a 4.4 ,
—KjHg^-MotmtmtT -racked up 227
total yards while' holding the i
Red Raiders to only 69, 10 in the i
second half. The hosting Raiders ’
didn’t pick up a first down the ;
entire second half. '
After sophomore halfback ,
Wayne Mullinax galloped 26 j
yards for the winning touch- i
down, KM quarterback Tommy j
Finger scored twice but had the
TD's called back on illegal pn)-
Kings Mountain kicked off to
Belmont, and after the Raiders
punted following their second se
ries of downs, the Mountaineers
got a good drive going but were
stopped on the Belmont 49 when
defensive end Steve Wilhelm in
tercepted a Joe Cornwell pass.
Belmont then took over and
drove for the go-ahead touch
down w i l h halfback Marvin
Adams going over from the 1-
foot marker. It took the hosts
13 plays before teaching paydirt.
The score came just seconds aft
er the second quarter got under
Tlie longest run in the Belmont
march was a 10-yard jaunt by
halfback David Abernathy, who
was Belmont’s leading ruslK'f
with 40 ytirds in 14 carries.
Kings Mountain then took the
kickoff and drove as far as tlie
Raider 22 but in motion penalties
KINGS MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL footballer Carl Wlesener
(above) has been offered grant-in-aid scholarships by The Cit
adel, Wake Forest and the University of North Carolina. He's ^
played football at KMHS for four years, lettering lost season as _
a tackle. Wiesener hasn't decided on which school yet bnt stated
that his main academic interest is electrical engineering.
Parker’s four lettermen are for- ' Painter continued. Do you even, for tlie 1966 grid
wards Ken Mltchem and Tommy realize that that’s enough .yard- ,
Finger, center Larry Burton and ' ‘*8® to score four times from goal , Mountaineers are current-
guard Nelson Connor.
Mitchem, a sophomore, Connor
and Burton, finished 1-2-3 in
scoring for the Mountaineers last
ly 4-5 on the sea.son and a win
Friday night would give them a
..500 sea.son and a fourth place
tie in the Southwestern 3-A Con-
“The team that gets the breaks will win the game,”
says Chase Coach Bob Bush, whose Trojans put a real
scare into the Lions last week before Shelby won, 19-7.
“They’re both real good football teams, but I’m not
going to try to fire either team by saying it will win. It
will be a real close football game.
“The weather will be a deciding factor in the game.
East needs to ^ss the ball and Shelby has a good passing
team,” he addeS.
R-S Central Coach Max Beam summed it up about the
same way as Coach Bush. “It will be the team that gets
the breaks,’* says Beam. “I think they both have real fine
clubs and either one can score if they get the opportuni
ty,” he added.
I “East has a real quick line. I look for it to be a low-
scoring ballgame with one touchdown or an extra point
separating the two,” he added.
' ' “I think it will be a toss-up,” said Belmont Coach Ray
Shelton. “It could go either way. Shelby has a better over
all team but the East backs will balance that out. East
Rutherford has four backs that might go ail the way. If
Shelby can contain those backs, Shelby’s my choice,” he
“It will not be a high scoring game,’* he continued.
“Shelby has the best defensive team but East has the most
explosive offense. Breaks may easily decide the contest.”
East Is Big, Fast And Quick
Both East Rutherford and Shelby sport big teams
but East has the size advantage. The starting lineups
show East averaging 181.4 pounds per man and Shelby
averaging 176.1 pounds per man.
East Rutherford also has the speed advantage and
has a quicker line. The size and speed of the East back-
field might be the deciding factor in the game. With the
exception of the fullback, each man in the East backfield
At quarterback. East has 190-pound junior Lewis
Jolley who can run and throw. Shelby’s 167-pound senior
quarterback Dennis Martin can also run as well as throw.
Most coaches agree that Martin’s the best quarterback in
the cbnference. At halfbacks. East has 195-pound Shrine
Bowler Gary Dotson and Jim Rodgers while Shelby will
have 170 - poundhr Terry Goode and 140 - pounder Bee
Strain at halfbacks. Shelby’s Jerry Nanney has the weight
advantage on East’s Doug Haulk at fullback, Nanney
weighing in at 195 and Haulk tipping the scales at 175.
The speed of the halfbacks are probably about the
same but East will have the speed advantage at quarter
back and fullback, however, Mirtin’s passing ability
might be a counter-attack for the East speed advantage.
Shelby has two good receivers in senior ends Joe
Roundtree and David Schweppe while East Coach Steve
Curtis will have senior Kelly Henson and junior Steve
Bailey at the ends. At tackles, Shelby will have Shrine
Bowler Steve Cornwell and James Washburn while East
will have Roger Vassey and Gregg Graham. The guard?
will be Wayne Hamilton and Ralph Elliott (Shelby) and
Tommy Baldwin and Terry Tate (East). At center will
be Johnny Mauhey for Shelby and Buzzy Lentz for East.
Shelby will send an^all-senior lineup into the game
while East will have seven seniors and four juniors.
Compartive Scores Favor Shelby Club
line to goal line?! I was especi
ally pleased with blocking back
Jack Huss’ performance.” Huss
came in relief of Bear regular
ygaj. , George Miles and hit nine of 19
Finger saw a great deal of t passes for 166 yards and a touch
starting action last year. He will, down. . I while the Lines are 3-3
not join the team until Monday. | .Mike Campbell was al-so bnl-j ^ Kings Mountain win would
Other football performers who i Hant in defeat. The 195 pound teams 3-4 conference
will join the team next week are i senior picked up 172 yards on the
Steve Spencer, .Stanley Laughter ! ground, caught four passes for
Mountaineer drive on the 27.
The Uvo teams traded punts
after the second half got undor-
way before Kings Mountain
staged its first touchdown drive.
The march began ott the KM .39,
Spencer and Mullinax did most
Paul Ware Rolls
400 Set Monday
Paul Ware gained scoring hon
ors for the week in men's bowl
ing league competition Monday
night when he rolled lines of
157. 123 and 120 for a 400 set to
lead the Albert Brackett team to
a 2-2 split with Clyde Culbertson.
Ware rolled his 1.57 line in the
first game of the three • game
and Richard Shank.'
"The Mountaineers will
three full weeks to get ready for
their opener on December 2.
On South Roster
Four Kings Mountain high
school seniors have been named
to participate in the annual
North-South Lions Bowl Game
which is played each year at
Harrill Memorial Stadium in
The game pits senior stars
from the Northwestern Confer
ence against 12th grade stand
outs from the Southwestern Con
ference. The coaches for this
year’s South squad are Ray Shel
ton of Belmont and Max Beam
of R-S Central. Shelton is the
Guard Chucky Gladden, center-
linebacker Sandy Mauney, mid
dle guard Eddie Bridges and
tackle Kenny Plonk are the rep
resentatives from Kings Moun
tain. They were nominated by
Coach Bill Bates, who was the
head coach of the South squad
Bridges has been the mainstay
of the Mountaineer defense all
season and has twice been tap
ped for “player of the week”
honors. He is listed on the Moun
taineer roster as a center but
has seen most of his action at
Mauney and Plonk have been
double-stars for the Mountaineers
this year, playing on both the
offensive and defensive teams.
Plonk has done an outstanding
j b with his offensive blocking
and Mauney has teamed with
Bridges to head the defense.
Gladden has seen most of his
action on the offensive team,
'vhere his blocking has been a
key factor in the success of the
Mountaineers this year.
The four senior standouts rep
resent the most KMHS Lions
Bowl performers since the 1963
season when five were named to
the team. In 1964, KMHS was
represented by All-State center
Hubert McGinnis and last year
tackle Chip Bridges and full
back Danny Kiser made the
193 yards, and scored both of
have ' the Bears’ touchdofns.
The Boars travel to Elon on
Saturday. “We'll be using some
green boys in two weeks, and we
have to make sure that they’re
ready to play. This will also give
Hubert McGinnis, our first-unit
center, a chance to become ac
climated to offensive center with
out being forced to do it,” Paint
er. continued. McGinnis is the
third Bear to man the center
spot in '66. since knee injuries
have sidelined All - Conference
and All - District Larry Helms
and his first replacement, Mar
Campbell continues to be a
dominant figure in Bear statis-
Jics. He leads the Bears in rush
ing with 676 yards and in .scor
ing with 54 points. Sam Hol
combe continue.s to be the first-
ranked punter in the conference,
although his average dropped
from 49.1 to 47.3. Campbell start-
"^d at fullback to take up the
slack for the still injured Wayne
Bell, who may make^a return to
the Bear lineup by the Elon
game, although prospects of his
seeing much playing time are
The Bears will have to muster
some kind of combination in the
offensive line. According to
Painter, the offensive forward
wall was one of the biggest
trouble spots in the loss to Car-
ference standings. The Mounties i of the ball carrying. It took the
are now 2-4 in conference play I Mounties eight plays and throe
first downs to get a first-and-
ten on the Raider 22.
From the 22, fullback Paul
Gaffney went oik* yard. Spencer
went one and Mullinax was toss
ed for a three-yard lo.ss to set
up a fourth-and-11. Finger pass
ed incomplete on fourth down
but the Mountaineers got the
ball on the 12 yard line when
Belmont was taxed ll’alf thi' dis
tance of the goal line for rough
ing the passer.
That made it foui th-and-one
and Finger carried to the 10 for
a first-and-goal. Spencer then
marks and throw them into
tie for fourth place in the final
standings. Chase, 2-4, could
make it a three-way tic by de
feating Cherry ville, which is
winless in six loop contests.
While most eyivs will be cast
toward Shelby, where the Lions
are hosting East Rutlierford in a
battle of the unbeatens, KM will
be trying to finish witli a wio
which would put them in tlu'
conference’s first division.
i made the prettiest run of the
Lincolnton has the | night. He took a handoff for an
all recor'd as Kings Mountain, tackle play, was stopped be-
Two of Lincolnton s three con- .scrimmage, but
ference wins have been clili- ^he tackle and ran back-
hangers. The VVolvcs beat v hei^ | yard line.
ryville,15-12,“in the first “ Spencer went off left tackle on
the season and edged Belmon , next play for the score. David
20-19, when the Raiders aiisscd Mountaineer center,
an extra point after .scoring a snapped the ball high on the
touchdown as the clock ran out. attempt and place-
The Wolves’ other co'iferenci'
win was a 26-7 victory over I
Chase. Chase suri)ri.s<“d the-
Dessie Loftin of Kings Moun
tain won first place in the la
dies’ division of the Kings Moun
tain Singles Handicap Bowling
Tournament held over the week-
s(‘t. The split left the Brackett i end at Mountain Lanes Bowling
team in fourth place in tlie loop Center.
standings and left the Culbertson Jenny Oates of Kings Moun-
five in the cellar, ' tain placed second and Margaret
Clyde Culbertson rolled a 141 j Reeves of Gastonia finished
line and Boyer Murray had a 336 third.
set to lead the Culbertson team. ' In men’s competition, Mull
Richard Culbertson rolled a Ramsey of Gastonia took first
123 line and a 3.51 set to.lead
his team to a .3-1 win over first
Mounties, 12-7, while Kings
Mountain racked Chcu’iyville 36-
0 and edged Belmont, 12-7. last
Lincolnton Coach Von Kay Har
ris will throw a quick backfield
at the Mountaineers. Paci'd by
junior All - Confercmcc* halfback
Lester Rhinehaidt, the Wolves
have been able to scon* but have
had trouble containing the oppt;-
Rhinehardl is the only return
ing starter in the Linrolninii
backfield. At quarl(‘rback is
junior Eric Frazier, at the other-
half is sophomore Scotty Nor-
to run for the conversion hut
was stopped on the three, mak
ing the score 7-6.
Chip Crisp kicked off to the
Raiders, the boot being taken by
Wayne Barr on the 18 and re
turned to the 37. Abernathv went
Plonk Oil Co.
O-H Shell Second
Against conference opponents, Shelby has scored a Kings Mountain 19-0; Lincolnton, 26-0; R-S Central,
total of 159 points while giving up 40, and East has scored 21; Cherry ville 34-6; Belmont, 34-6- and Chase, 19-7.
a total of 141 while giving up 35. So, if past scores are any ' " '
indication, Shelby should be favored. '
Each team shut out two conference opponents. While
Shelby blanked Kings Mountain 19-0 and Lincolnton 26-0,
Kings Mountain high school’s
junior varisty football team
closed out its season last Thurs
day after noon in Belmont by de
feating the Belmont jayvees by
a 13-7 count.
It was Kings Moiuntain’s only
win this year. Coach Bob Hus
sey’s Little Mountaineers finish
ed with a 1-3-1 record, losing
twice to Lincolnton, and once to
Gaffney, S. C. The tie was a
14-14 deadlock with Belmont
ear lier in the st*aj9on.
Philbert Smith ran five yards
for one Mountaineer score and
end Ross Springer scored the
other on a five-yard pass from
quarterback Chuck Easley. Ed
die Black kicked the extra point.
East ^'nl^d ^se 25-0 and R-S Central 26-0.
''^^e^e are Shelby’s .scores agamst ,fo|s:
sot up a first-and-ten from the
wood and at fullback is senior , 28. From that point. Mullinax
Dale Martin. Martin made .Ml- ; took two yards on first down, and
Conference last season as a ; Qp second down, Mullinax went
guard. ; all the way on a reverse to make
Lincolnton is expected to rely | fjpgi count, 12-7.
mostly on end sweeps and pa.ss- Following the Mountaineer
ing. I kickoff, Belmont ran two plays
Kings Mountain’s lineup will : before Rocky Brown intercepted
again look about the same with 1 g ogn Suggs pass on the .50 and
sophomore Joe Cornwc'll and [.pturned to the 15.
Spencer, except for two runs 1 Minute Giill, four gann s In none.
! Finger, did the carrying on ' Ethel Tignor iulle<l a 123 line
senior Tommy Finger .seeing al
ternate duty at quarterback. The
remainder of the K.MHS back-
field will have Steve Spencer and
Wayne Mullinax at the halfback
slots and Paul Gaffney at full
Juniors Pat Cheshire and Stan
ley, Laughter will bo the -Moun
taineer offensive ends, tackles
will probably be Kenny Plonk
drive until the Mounties and a 324 set to lead tire O-H
Shell win o\er Vicloi'>' Clievrolet
Team captain Jenny Oates added
a 320 set and Betty Hullendor wa.s
high for the losers sviilt a 112
line and a 322 set.
Lib Gault rolled a 126 line and
a 336 set to lead Plonk s to its
vietpry over Kings Mintntain
Drug. Helen Biddix had a 104
line and Pat Panther- i-ccoi'dcd a
■ 286 set for the losers.
The Griffin Drug\ icloi-y oyer
Minqle Grill was paci‘d by Bar
bara Miller who rolled a I'lr h>i‘’
and a 294 set. High scor er- for- the
losers was Charity Ti.mioi' wiih a
110 line and a 321 set.
From the 15, Gaffney went to
the 11 and in two plays Spencer
had a first-and-goal on the two.
Finger then went over for the
score but it was called back on
an illegal procedure penalty.
That .set up a first-and-goal from
Cherryville *** «, . . ^
Here are East’.s scores agailrist conference foes: Kings
Mountain 26-14; Lincolnton, 19-J; R-S Central, 26-0;
Cherry ville, 25-7; Belmont, 20-7; and Chase, 25-0.
The prediction: East 13. Shelby 7.
Spencer carried to the three j Team
and on second down. Finger | Plonk Brothers
bootlegged and went around left! O-H Shell
and Stanley Brown, the guards (.gd for another score but it was j Victory Chevrolet
will be seniors Larry Patrick and called back on the same mistake. | Minute Grill
Chuck Gladden and at centeV phat put the ball on the eight: Griffin Drug
will be senior Sandy Mauney. and Spencer once again carried Kings Mtn. Drug
Fifteen Mountaineer seniors, m the three. 1
will be performing for the last j on the next play. Finger call-
time of their high schix)l careers
They are: Tommy Finger, Tom
my Goforth, Tony Leigh, Rocky-
Brown, Jerry Mltchem, William
MeSwain, Sandy lyiauney, Lar
ry Patrick, Bob Moss, Chucky
Gladden, Eddie Bridges, Carl
Wiesener, Kenny Plonk, Richard
cd the quarterback sweep but
was stopped on the goal line.
That was the last play of the
Shank and Phillip, Putnam.
The game is scheduled to get
underway at 7:30.
All industries intcrc.stcci in
sponsoring a team in
year’s City Recreation basket
ball program should mccVwitli
Recreation Director Elmer Ro.ss
at the National Guard .-4rmoiy
Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.
4.8 average. ha. *
in scoring With 48 ****«
tied for third in- ,**®*f*** »nd ]>
10 catches for 56 '^“h
As a result of k.*!
• Player of the wiek^^s1«-
receive a free aiftfi^^*
place, Ronnie Culbertson of
Kings .Mountain was second, and
place Kanny Blanton. The win John Dilling of Kings Mountain
left Richard’s team fiv(> games; and Dwight Reeves of Gastonia
out of first pla(-(*. Furmqn , Wil-i tied for third,
son rolled a 120 lino and a 339 | Dessie combined lines of 117,
.set for the losers. ' 107 and 128 to go with her 54-
Bob Herndon rolled a 1.50 line ■ pin handicap for a 406 set. Jenny
and a 364 .set to lead Dilling! came in with a 137-110-118 and
Healing to a 2-2 split with Plonk ; her 27-pin handicap gave hpr a
Oil Co. Aud Tisnor liad a 1.50 ■ total of 392. Mrs. Reeves finished
line and Richard Bridges added ■ with a 378 set, and had a 45'^pin
a 379 .set for the Plonk five. i handicap to go with her 101-111-
Team W L Pet, I Ramsey posted a 460 set early
Ranny Blanton 30 18 .625 I Saturday and that score held up
23 .521 j through the entire tourney. Ram-
24 ..500 ! sey combined single gaines of
25 .479 ; 139, 141 and 135 to go with his
26 .3.58 ; 45-pin handicap.
'■’8 417 ;
Culbertson came in with a 422
sot and Dilling and Reeves tied
■ with identical 421 totals. Culbert-
In Ladies' League rn^haliT 4?
, lo5 anci had a 45-pin handicap,
Oat('s-Hcn<lei-son Slicll mo\ecl R‘'®ves posted lines of 118, 105
into second irlace in the ladies | 159, and had a 39-pin handi-
duckpin howling standings Tuc.s.- cap. Dilling had a 125-120-131 to
day night after taking a four- 'Ao with his 45-pin handicap,
game sweep from Viciorv t'hi*\- Reeves’ 159 line was high for
.... i-olet. The two teams wen* tied the tournament. Albert Brackett
to the 42 on fiYst down and the I lor the runner-up spot goiiifj into of Kings Mountain was second
third period ended. j Tue.sda.v’s action at .Mountain I m the running for, high line with
Two plays later, the hosts 1 Lianes Bowling Ceni<’i'. 458.
were" still on the 42 and had to I Plonk Brother s held onio its The tournament was the first
punt. The boot rolled dead on the 1 H-game lead by winning: four ever held in Kings, Mountain and
.39'.yard line, from whieh point j games oft Kings -Mountain Drug' it attracted bowlers from all over
the' Mounties staged their win-] and Griffin Drug moved into a | the state. Another tourney is
ning touchdown drive. fifth place by defeating scheduled at Mountain La
Player 0! Week
Junior tailback Steve Spencer
was named by the Kine® m ^
'.in high sS;
as Player of the Week”
Mountaineers to a??*^
< conference win over
Friday night. »«imont
Spencer gained a net .
149 yards rushing and
one touchdown to &ce the
ties’ fourth win of th2
«... tne season
against five defeats,
vear that Spencer has h”*®
.960 ped for the honot-)^ which
.62.1 ly awarded an 6utatan?n *
.520 her of the MountSSl^?*"*