Ee en We © ud Ld — Tourney ~~ MARK CHAMPION ...Knocks In Winning Run Novice Tennis Tourney Slated In Morganton As many as 112 young tennis players from around the Carolinas are expected to play in the fourth annual Burke Junior Novice Tournament May 1-2, 1982 in Morganton. The tourna- ment is sponsored by the Burke Tennis Club and the Morganton Recreation Department. The event. is sanctioned by the Southern Tennis Association, the U.S. Tennis Association, and the North Carolina Tennis Association. This tournament is designed for the talented but unranked young players. Y ouths with state rankings of 1-20 for 1981 in the age divisions 14 and 16 are not Lins. The Kings Mountain Tennis Association will sponsor a kickoff tournament for men and women April 16-18 at the Kings Mountain High School courts. To enter, one must be a member of the Kings Mountain Tennis Association. Entry fee is $5 for the double-limination Liv Planned eligible. This will be singles only, with a First Match Losers Con- solation. Each player is limited to one event. Play will be on hard courts of the Morganton Recreation Department, Western Piedmont Community College, and private courts. The events include singles competition for Boys 10, 12, 14, and 16 and Girls 10, 12, 14, and 16. Entry forms are available through the Burke Tennis Club, P.O. Box 832, Morganton, NC 28655. Early registration is en- couraged. event. ; To join the KMTA, contact Rick Henderson any weeknight at the KMHS courts. There will be play in singles, open and novice in both the men’s and women’s divisions. A kickoff tourney for the youth will be held at a later date. Horse Show Set April 3 Kings Mountain Saddle Club will sponsor its first horse show “of the season Sat., Apr. 3 beginn- ing at 11 a.m. and continuing throughout the day. Intermis- sion time will be 5 until 6 p.m. Forty-three .classes of beautiful show horses will be judged, with competition for English, Western sand Game. horses. Judges will be Calvert Ray of Fayetteville (English) and Bob McCartha of Chapin, S.C. (Western). High point trophies will be awarded in each of the three divisions and points accumulated will be credited toward the year-end High Point Awards which will be given at the close of the August show. The Kings Mountain Saddle Club is located off Waco Road, north of Kings Mountain. For further information, call Kings Mountain’s Moun- taineers edged Shelby 3-2 in eight innings Tuesday night at Lancaster Field to force a three- way tie in the Eastern Division of the Southwestern 3-A Con- ference. Kings Mountain, Shelby and East Gaston share the top spot with 4-1 conference records. East Gaston dropped its first game Tuesday at Crest, 21-13. The Mountaineers entertain East Rutherford’s Cavaliers Fri- day at 7:30 and travel to South Point next Tuesday night. Third baseman Mark Cham- pion doubled home the winning run in the bottom of the eighth Tuesday night. Pitcher Tommy Batchler, who went the distance to pick up his second victory in three decisions, walked to lead off the inning. His courtesy run- ner, David Peeler, moved to se- cond on Leard Keeter’s infield out and then scored on Cham- pion’s double. Patriots Whip Crest In Kings Mountain Junior High’s Patriots opened Western N.C. Junior High Athletic Association baseball play Mon- day with a 3-1 win over Crest at Lancaster Field. Coach David Heffner’s charges, 2-1 overall, travel to West McDowell today and host Burns Monday. Marty Bridges went the route on the mound, scattering five hits and striking out four batters. Lavar Curry and Rodney Ballew led the KM hitting with 2-for-3 each and Wade Cash and Jeff Whisnant added one hit each. Curry got the Pats off on the right foot when he led off the first inning with a home run. Ballew followed with a single, stole second and went to third on an infield out. Key Stewart walked and stole second, and on the throw to second base, Ballew scored from third. Kings Moun- tain added its final run in the fifth when Ballew singled, stole second, moved to third when Richie Gold reached on an error, Thursday. April 1, 1982-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 7A Champion’s 8th Inning Double Moves KMHS Into Tie For Lead Batchler, a sophomore, struck out five Lions and walked three. He scattered six hits in a pitching battle with Billy Gamble of the Lions, who gave up five hits. Robert Anderson led the Mountaineer plate attack with 2-for-3. He got the Mounties on the scoreboard in the bottom of the second when he singled, was sacrificed to second by Jeff Moss and scored when the throw at- tempting to get Moss at first and scored on a sacrifice fly by Jarvis Young. In non-conference action last week, the Pats split a pair of games with West Lincoln. West Lincoln won a 15-7 decision on its home field Monday and the Pats won a 6-2 victory at Lan- caster Field Wednesday. Curry and Gold led the hitting Monday with 2-for-3 each and Greg Anthony added 1-for-1. soared into the far corner of rightfield. Shelby moved ahead 2-1 in the third on a home run by Mike Tucker, but Kings Mountain tied it again at 2-2 in the fifth on a home run by Eric Spicer. THE LINESCORE By innings: RHE © S 01100000251 KM 01001001363 Gamble and Sobety. Batchler and Keeter. First League Game Ken Brakefield, the second of three KM pitchers, took the loss. Curry struck out eight and scattered four hits over the first six innings Wednesday to pick up the win. Bridges came on in relief in the seventh and fanned two. Curry and Ballew led the hit- ting with two hits each and Gold, Maury Williams and David Putnam added one hit apiece. Junior Wilson Wins Rotary Golf Tourney Junior Wilson fired a four- over-par 148 Saturday and Sun- day to win the annual Rotary Club Scholarship Golf Tourna- ment at Kings Mountain Coun- try Club. He won by two strokes over Rusty Davis, who shot a 150. Geeper Howard was third with a 1152. Wilson and Davis shot one- over 73s Sunday. Wilson’s round of 75 Saturday, compared to Davis’s 77, was the difference. Howard shot 76 both days. Stoney Jackson won the Championship B flight with a 157. He fired an 80 on Saturday and a 77 Sunday. M. Forbes shot a 83-76-159 and Larry Dunn had an 81-86-167. Scott Ledford fired an 88-76—164 to win the first flight. Jim Lybrand was second at 85-80-165 and Al Grigg third at 87-80-167. Second flight honors went to Richard White with an 88-83—171. Bob Jones was se- cond at 89-83-172 and Bill Sellers third at 88-87-175. Danny Shockley won the third flight with a 93-79-172 and J. Scott Cloninger was second with a 93-80-173. There was a three-way tie for first in the fourth flight between Phil Russ, Bill Nolen and Jerry Broadwell. All three had 93s on Saturday and 92s Sunday. Bill Wyers won the fifth flight with a 96-87-183, followed by Russell Putnam with a 97-87-184 and Houston Wolfe with a 97-88-185. Rodney Sellers won the sixth flight with a 101-87-188. Joe Williams was second with a 100-998-198 and Jim Cloninger third with a 103-97-200. All profits from the tourney will go into the club’s scholarship fund, which goes to deserving high school students in the Kings Mountain area. iT R= Len) TALC CS EXP... i es 4 cylinder, 4 speed, front wheel drive, sports car, medium blue, blue vinyl interiors, AM/FM stereo, power steering, factory air, sold new by us, sharp! MONTE CARLO.......... $7495 Burgandy, red vinyl: interior, gold pin stripes, whitewall radials, road wheels, 305 V8, power steering and brakes, air conditioned, FM radio, only 4,000 actual miles, like brand new. 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FM stereo, power brakes and steering, air conditioned, sold new by us, only 39,000 local one owner miles. - GRANADA GHIA 2-DR. . . . $3995 Dark blue, blue landau roof, blue vinyl interior, 302 V8, power steering and brakes, factory air, whitewall radials, this car sold new by us, only 18,000 actual miles. FORD GRANADA ........$3195 4-door, dark brown metallic, brown vinyl top. gold: pin stripe, tan vinyl interior, 302 V8 - engine, adtomatic transmission, factory air, power steering and brakes, local one owner. 739-2108 or 739-8655. On show day, phone 739-7203. Lady Patriots Win Kings Mountain Junior High’s girls softball team opened its season Monday at home with a 12-2 victory over Crest. Susie Moore hurled the win, scattering six hits. Jane Beason took the loss. Leigh Anne Odell led the Lady Patriots’ 13-hit plate attack. with 3-for-3, including two home runs and a double. Joanna Boheler, Susie Moore, Yvette Moore, Sylvia White, Leanne Gann and Melanie Herndon all had two hits apiece. The Lady Pats travel to West McDowell Thursday. KM Fishermen Win Tourney Kings Mountain anglers took top honors in the first Cleveland County Bass Club fishing tour- nament of the season Saturday at Lake Murray, S.C. Mike Seawright had the In Memory Of WALTER D. GREENE Who Passed Away March 27, 1981 Words cannot soften our sor- row, or lessen our sadness to- day, But may we find comfort as time goes on it’s way, For the love of a wonderful Father lives on in the hearts through each year, and death cannot mean that we lost him, For in memory he will always be near, By His Grandson Kenny Harrill, Jesup, Ga. : Paid largest haul of the day with cat- ches totaling 14 pounds, 14 ounces. Second place went to Gary Smart with a catch of 10 pounds, 12 ounces and third went to Austin Williams with nine pounds, 12 ounces. James Oliver of Shelby had the lunker of the day, six pounds and 14 ounces, which was releas- ed with over 73 pounds of fish netted. All fish caught were released alive. The club’s next tourney will be in April at Fishing Creek, S.C. UMPIRES CLINIC An Umpires Clinic will be held at the Kings Mountain Neighborhood Facility Center i in the Mountaineer Room, Thurs- day, April 1, at 7:00 p.m. Anyone interested in par- ticipating in the 1982 Softball Program as an Umpire should at- ~ tend. For more information con- tact George Adams at 739-9631. 32,000 miles. PINTO PONY stip 13095 Silver, red interior, 4 cylinder, 4 speed, great gas mileage car, whitewall tires, wheel covers, body side molding. MUSTANG ..............$4395 4 cylinder, 4 speed, light blue, dark blue vinyl in- terior, white wall tires, wheel covers, good solid economical car. LTDWAGON.............$4895 Light blue, dark blue vinyl interior, power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission, air con- ditioned, power door locks, AM/FM, 32,000 local one owner miles, sold new and serviced by us. MUSTANG ‘PACE CAR’ . .. $5795 4 cylinder, turbo charge, 4 speed transmission, flip up open air-roof, TRX tires, special wheels, stereo radio with cassette, silver with sport stripes, black interior. CHEV. MONZA SPYDER... $3995 Red with red vinyl interior, whitewall tires, 4 cylin- der, automatic, factory air, clean little car. DODGEOMNI. ..........$3995 4-door, dark. green, green interior, automatic transmission, air conditioned, local one owner. FAIRMONT FUTURA... .... $4295 Coupe, cream with tan vinyl interior, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, air con- ditioned, sold new by us, well cared for, extra clean, local one owner. 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