Photo by Gary Stewart SAFE AT THIRD - North Gaston's Doug Ross slides safely into third base following a passed ball in first inning of Tuesday's Southwestern 3-A Conference baseball game against Kings Mountain at Lancaster Field. Kings Mountain's third baseman is Jarvis Young. North Gaston won 4-3. Softball Marathon Set At Gastonia Park The WAAK Bud Light soft- ball marathon for Easter seals will be held May 19-20 at Ferguson Park in Gastonia. Local teams are encouraged to enter the event. To secure entry forms, call toll free 1-800-662-9712 or call Lee Young at WAAK in Dallas at 922-3411. Entry fee, which is tax deduc- tible, is $100. All participating teams will receive two cases of Bud Light or soft drinks. Teams raising $250 or more will receive limited edition marathon T-shirts and teams raising $350 or more will also receive marathon duffle bags. The team raising the most money will receive a pizza party at the Pizza Inn in Gastonia, » Cy huggers and a team trophy. ! iF The second highest fund- raising team will receive can hug- gers and a team trophy, and the team with the third highest amount of funds raised will receive a team trophy. The top individual fund raiser will receive dinner for two at the Western Steer Family Steakhouse at I-85 and New Hope Road in Gastonia, one pair of “pick-a-tickets” to the Lit- chfield Cinemas, four tickets to a Charlotte O’s game, and a trophy. The second place individual rund-raiser will receive dinner for two at the Western Steer, two tickets to a Charlotte O’s game and a trophyt. The number three individual far d-raiser. will receive two. » tickets to a Charlotte O's game | and a trophy. Photo by Gary Stewart AIDS KM WIN - Thomas Putnam, who plays the number three singles position, helped Kings Mountain High's netters defeat East Rutherford and Charlotte Latin last week. The Moun- taineers travel to R-S Central today. KMHS Netters Post Two Wins Last Week Kings Mountain High’s tennis team won a pair of matches last week to run their record to 2-0 in the Southwestern 3-A Con- ference and 7-3 overall. The Mountaineers. blanked conference foe East Rutherford 90 Wednesday and defeated Charlotte Latin 7-2 in a non- conference match Thursday. The Mountaineers will travel to R-S Central Thursday and host Chase Friday. KM 9, EAST 0 (Singles) Brad Jones def. Jimmy Cilone 6-0, 6-0; Jeff Barnette def. Joel Cate 6-0, 6-1; Thomas Putnam def. Darren Sherwin 6-2, 60; Mike Bowles def. Paul Brown 64, 6-0; David Pervine def. Matt Stamey 6-2, 6-1; Wes Thompson def. Curt Pearson 64, 64. (Doubles) Putnam-Bowles def. Cilone- Stamey 8-0; Todd Wilson-Mike Reynolds def. Cate-Pearson 8-2; Paul Ware-Rich Scruggs def. Serwin-Brown 8-0. KM 7, LATIN 2 (Singles) Brad Jones def. Charles Dubose 6-1, 6-1; Jeff Barnette lost to Steven Culp 64, 3-6, 64; Thomas Putnam def. Darren Young 64, 5-7, 64’ Mike Bowles def. Andy Howell 7-6, 6-1; David Pervine def. Rufus Timberlake 3-6, 7-6, 6-2; Wes Thompson def. Tony Messinger 6-7, 64, 6-3. (Doubles) Jones-Barnette def. Dubose- Culp 8-1; Bowles-Putnam def. Young-Howell 8-3; Pervine- Todd Wilson def. Timberlake- Scott Marshall 8-1. Thursday, April 19, 1984-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 7A Mounties Lose Three Kings Mountain High's basebaiiers had troubie hitting the bail and fielding it iast week. The Mountaineers coiiected oniy 10 hits and made 24 errors in losses to Sheiby, South Point and East Gaston. The Mountaineers went into the: week: with ‘a: 3-2 Southwestern 3-A Conference record and in the running for the Eastern Division titie, and finish- ed the week with a 3-5 con- ference mark and in iast piace in the division standings. Kings Mountain feii to Sheiby 10-6 in a makeup game Wednes- day, iost to South Point 10-2 in a makeup game Thursday and feii to first piace East Gaston 8-1 Friday. The Mountaineers coiiected six of their 10 hits for the week against Sheiby, but 10 Moun- taineer errors ied to their downfaii. Shelby, trailing 1-0, scored eight runs in the second inning to put the game away. Todd Cloninger started for the Mounties and took the loss. Marty Bridges and Jerry McDaniel aiso saw action on the mound. Biily Gambie went the distance for Sheiby. Rodney Bailew walked, stoie second and scored on an error to give the Mountaineers a 1-0 iead in the first. But in the top of the second, Shelby took advantage of four waiks, severai KM errors and two-run singies by Jay Thompson and Mike Spangier to score eight runs. Kings Mountain scored two more runs in the third on a waik to Thomas Breakfieid, Baiiew’s singie, a singie by Paul Neisier, a Sheiby error and a fieider’s choice. The Mounties added another run in the fifth on singies by Richie Goid and Cion- inger and scored their finai two runs in the seventh on waiks to Goid and Brad Reynoids, Kent Boheier’s double and an infieid grounder by Kelly Stewart which was turned into a fieider’s choice. The Mounties committed 10 more errors Thursday night at South Point as the Raiders kept hot on the heeis of East Gaston in the race for two piayoff posi- tions from the Eastern Division. South Point heid a 3-0 iead after thrée innings and then broke the game open with six runs in the fourth. Kings Mountain picked up sigietons in the fifth and sixth frames. Doug Ramsey’s doubie and a singie by Cioninger were the only two KM hits. Reynoids waiked, moved to second on Cioninger’s singie and iater scored on a sacrifice fiy by Tommy Batchier to get KM on the scoreboard in the fifth. In the sixth, Maury Williams waiked and scored on a doubie by Ramsey. Batchier started for KM and took the loss. Bridges and Neisier came on in relief. Bobby Hargett worked the first five innings for South Point and got the win. East Gaston took advantage of four KM errors to post two big innings Friday. Clint Wiles went the route for the Warriors. Cloninger worked the first two innings for KM and took the loss. He was relieved by Bridges WEDNESDAY'S GAME By innings: R H E S 0820000106 1 KM 10201026 6 10 Gamble and Hester; Cloninger. Bridges (3). “McDaniel (5) and Yarboro, Stewart (6). THURSDAY GAME By innings: R H E KM 00001102 2 10 SP 201 610 x 10120 Batchler, Bridges (4), Neisler (6) and Yarboro, Stewart (6). Hargett, Mellen (6) and Corn- well. FRIDAY GAME By innings: R H E EG 10400038 7 0 KM 01000001 2 4 Wiles and Carrigan. Cloninger. Bridges (3) McDaniel (5) and Yarboro, Stewart (4). CORRECTION Kings Mountain High tennis player Mike Bowles won his match against his East Gaston opponent last week, 6-7, 6-2, 6-1. It was incorrectly reported in last week’s paper that Bowles lost. in the third and McDaniei ini the fifth. After spotting East Gaston a 10 iead in the first, the Moun- ties tied the score at l-aii in the bottom of the second. But the Warriors struck for four runs in the third to break the game open. KM’ second inning taiiy came on waiks to Cioninger and Neai Morris, a passed baii, and Johnny Yarboro’s fieider’s choice. Yarboro’s singie and Reynoids’ doubie were the oniy hits for Kings Mountain. I'he Mountaineers are scheduied to piay at Sheiby Fri- day night. They host Crest Tues- day. VOTE JOYCE F. CASHION x] CAPABLE XI COMMITTED [xl CONCERNED [x] CONSERVATIVE CLEVELAND COUNTY COMMISSIONER NITH £ CLE — AtGreatly Reduced Prices. Come In Now For Best Selection . Big Savings. ® Zenith ChromaSharp 100 Picture Tube ® Chromatic One-Button Color Control. 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