Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday, February 3, 1983 Mounties Whip Crest, Force Tie For SWC Lead Kings Mountain’s Moun- taineers threw the Southwestern 3-A Conference basketball race into a dogfight Friday night when they knocked off first place Crest 66-61 at the KMHS gym. Kings Mountain’s girls won the opening game, 6540, to stay in a first place tie with R-S Cen- tral. The Mountaineer victory caused a four-way tie for first in the boys division. Kings Moun- tain, Crest, East Rutherford and R-S Central now share the lead with 9-3 records. The loss was the third in four games for the Chargers. The two KM teams try to maintain their share of the leads Friday when they host East Gaston. They remain at home Tuesday to face Burns. Kings Mountain held the lead most of the game Friday against the Chargers. First-year coach Charles Lockee got excellent in- side play from Frank Parker, who scored 24 points, and David Hager, who collected 17 re- bounds. Sophomore point guard Lavar Curry supplied the outside scoring punch with 23 points. The Mounties held Crest’s high scorer, Andre Petty, to 12 points. Ben Brown led the Chargers. with 14 points and Frank Roseboro added 13. The Mounties led 15-11 after the first period, 32-27 at the half and 4643 going into the fourth quarter. The Mountainettes blazed to a 20-8 first quarter lead and never let up in registering their 10th victory in 12 SWC outings. They ran their record to 12-3 overall. Junior forward Sonya Mc- Clain won game scoring honors with 22 points. Trina Hamrick added 19 and Tootie Roberts 10 for KMHS. Kim Hipps led Crest with 16 points. AVERY GRIER ...Makes inside move Boyce Memorial Opens Two-Game Lead Boyce Memorial A.R.P. Church opened a two-game lead in the Thursday Night Church Basketball race last week by defeating East Gold Wesleyan 70-59. In other games, First Presbyterian defeated El Bethel 46-45 to force a three-way tie for second place and Macedonia handed Patterson Grove its seventh straight loss, 7640. Mike Dixon’s 29 points led Boyce Memorial over East Gold, which went into the game just one game behind the leaders. Jerry Jackson and Dwayne Clark had 18 each for East Gold. Hayne Neisler scored 14 points to lead First Presbyterian over El Bethel. Terry Bullock led El Bethel with 17. Chris Barrett’s 32 points led Macedonia over Patterson Grove. Tim Jordan had 16 for the cellar dwellers. In games next week, El Bethel . plays East Gold, Macedonia faces First Presbyterian and Boyce Memorial meets Patter- son Grove. THE STANDINGS: Boyce Memorial 6-1, East Gold 4-3, El Bethel 4-3, First Presbyterian 4-3, Macedonia 34, Patterson Grove 0-7. Long Creek Takes Church League Lead Long Creek Presbyterian defeated Resurrection Lutheran 62-37 last Tuesday night to take over sole possession of first place in the Tuesday Church Basket- ball League race. Long Creek went into the game tied for first with David Baptist, which lost a 5049 decison to First Baptist. In the other game, First: Wesleyan defeated Central Methodist 52-34. Mike Bridges scored 22 points * to lead the Long Creek victory over Resurrection. Mike Blalock and Joel Lineberger had 10 _points each for the losers. Robbie Wilson’s 15 points led First Baptist over David Baptist. Bobby Bolin scored 17 for David. Jody Deaton won scoring honors for the night with 27 points to lead First Wesleyan over Central. Larry Hamrick had 17 for the losers. In games next week, Central plays First Baptist at 6:30, followed by Resurrection against “David and Long Creek against First Wesleyan. THE STANDINGS: Long Creek 7-1, David 6-2, First Bap- tist 44, Resurrection 3-5, Cen- tral Methodist 2-6, First Wesleyan 2-6. NAMES NEEDED Kings Mountain High School needs the names and a picture of every KMHS graduate who has ever played college football. The pictures will be framed and plac- ed on the.wall in the fieldhouse at John Gamble Stadium. Any former college players or their relatives still living in the Kings Mountain area are asked to call Coach Dan Brooks at 739-8311 or 739-8328. Kings Mountain held a 36-24 ‘halftime lead .and increased it to 53-32 going into the fourth quarter. Coach Nancy Scoggins cleared her bench in the fourth period. GIRLS GAME KM (65) - Hamrick 19, McClain 22, Curry 8, Roberts 10, Ingram 4, Pettus 2. C (40) - Latham 4, Hipps 16, S. Harbison 2, T. Harbison 2, Young 12, Campbell 12. BOYS GAME KM (66) Parker 24, Curry 23, Hager 9, Jordan 2, Peeler 2, T. Grier 2, A. Grier 4. C (61) -Petty 12, B. Brown 14, T. Brown 4, Harbison 2, Poston 8, Roseboro 13, Brooks 8. SONYA McCLAIN ...Leads girls win Tommy Welch, left, works on perfect season ‘Mountie Grapplers Claim SWC Title Kings Mountain High’s wrestlers claimed their third Southwestern . 3-A Conference titles in five years under Coach Steve Moffitt Thursday night with a 56-14 victory over Chase. The victory gave the Moun- taineers a 6-0-1 conference record and 8-1-1 overall mark. The Mountaineers will try to add the SWC tournament title to their trophy collection Friday and Saturday at East Gaston. Tim Hamrick, Farris Turner and Tommy Welch all posted victories Thursday to end the conference schedule with undefeated records. Turner: and Welch also won all of their non- conference matches. THE RESULTS Aw 1004= Chuck McGinnis (C) © dec. John Fleming; 107 - Tim Hamrick (KM) won by. forfeit; 114 - Farris Turner (KM) dec. Marty Ruff; 121 - Dale Smart (KM) pinned Neil Perry; 128 -. Calvin Goode (KM) pinned Robin Holland; 134 - Jimmy Watkins (KM) pinned Robbie Childers; 140 - Joey Buchanan (C) dec. Zack Roseboro; 147 - David Bradley (KM) pinned Dar- ryl Bailey; 157 - David Parker (KM) pinned Charles McCaid; 169 - Tommy Welch (KM) pinn- ed Mike Cole; 187 - Kevin McDaniel (C) pinned Jeff Stokes; 197 Clinton Graham (KM) pinned Maurice Tate; Unl. - Jar- vis Young (KM) dec. Dwayne Lawson. Holly Rollers Win The Holy Rollers won four games from the Sinners and the Deacons won three of four from the Disciples in Church League Bowling Action Thursday night at the Dilling Heating Lanes. Mark Dixon scored a 123 line and 339 set to lead the Holy Rollers. Jerry Barrett had a 112 Oo (o 739-7635 ~ Billie Green and Cathy Bridges ~~ WELCOME “JUNE WARE =~ vy To The Staff Of | “ SIGNATURE HAIR DESIGNS Through January and February, June is of- fering cut, perm, set or blow dry for $15.00 ©- Tuesday through Saturday. line and 280 set for the Sinners. 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