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Chase Takes Advantage
Of KM Mistakes, 19-8
Chase turned three first half
Kings Mountain mistakes into
touchdowns Friday night and
defeated the Mountaineers 19-8
in a Southwestern 3-A Con-
ference game played on the Tro-
jans’ home field.
The loss left the Mountaineers
at 1-6 in the SWC and 1-7
overall. They host R-S Central
Friday in their final home game
and then close out their season
next week at Shelby.
For the third week in a row,
the Kings Mountain eleven won
the statistical battle over their
opponent but still came out on
the short end of the score. Kings
Mountain had 236 yards of total
offense to 138 for the Trojans
but a costly fumble and 110
yards in penalties did the Moun-
Both. football teams looked
like entirely . different ballclubs
than they did a week earlier. The
Mountaineers were obviously
back to their usual pattern of
play after coming within a
touchdown of upsetting South
Point (34-26) and the Trojans
were vastly improved over a
50-0 shellacking at the hands of
Shelby a week earlier.
Kings Mountain drove deep
into Trojan territory on
numerous occasions but each
time a mistake kept them from
putting points on the board. The
Mountaineers didn’t score until
the final play of the game when
Timmy Elder took a short pass
from Roderick Boyce in the flat
and turned it into a nine-yard
touchdown pass. Boyce ran for a
two-point conversion with no
time showing on the clock.
The Mountaineers appeared
ready to record their second win
of the season when they march-
ed the opening kickoff to the
Chase 15 yard line. But a
37-yard field goal attempt by
Don Quandoudone hit the
crossbar and fell short.
The Trojans gained the
momentum several minutes later
when they blocked a Keefer
Ballew punt and recovered it at
the Kings Mountain one yard
line. Quarterback Brian Foster
scored for the Trojans for a 7-0
On the ensuing kickoff, the
Mountaineers fumbled and the
Trojans recovered at the 24 yard
line. On the first play of the se-
cond period, Foster hit Howard
Parry on a 15-yard touchdown
pass to make it 13-0.
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Late in the first half, the Tro-
jans mounted an 85-yard
touchdown drive with Foster
passing 31 yards to Rodney
Moseley with 48 seconds left to
make it 19-0. The Mountaineers
had the Trojans backed up to the
12 on the first series of the drive
but roughed Foster on a third
and long and gave the Trojans a
The Mountaineers had three
drives stopped inside the Chase
20 yard line, one on the missed
field goal attempt and two others
on losses of downs. One
touchdown run by Boyce was
nullified by a penalty and an ap-
parent touchdown pass from
Boyce to Otis Brooks was ruled
to have .been caught out of
The victory increased the Tro-
jans’ record to 34 in the: SWC
“and 35 overall. They are tied for
fourth place with R-S Central,
Burns and East Gaston. The
Mountaineers are alone in the
Eric Odems led the KM
rushing with 72 yards in 18 car-
ries. Boyce hit on 8 of 26 passes
for 93 yards and the only KM
touchdown. He also threw two
John Dilling turned in his se-
cond 400-plus set of the season’
Tuesday night at Dilling Heating
Lanes to lead his team to three
victories over Johnny Dye.
Dilling rolled single games of
118, 150 and 156 for a 424
series. Johnny Dye led the losers
with a 147 line and 374 set.
In another match, Betty
Hullender won three of four
games from Robert Hullender.
Jerry Barrett led the winners
with a 111 line and 316 set.
"Robert Hullender led the losers
with a 133 line and 352 set.
The Pin Busters won four
games from Them and the Pin
Seekers won three of four from
the Cannonballs in Thursday
Night Bowling League action
Thursday at the Dilling Heating
Three bowlers topped the
300-set mark to lead the Pin
Busters to victory. James Van
Dyke led the way with a 321,
Dan Dilling added 318 and Bob-
by Rathbone 312. Rathbone
won high line honors with a 114.
Allen Myers led the losers with a
127 line and 344 set.
Ronnie Scruggs rolled a 125
line and 341 set to lead the Pin
Seekers over the Cannonballs.
Linda Neely added a 316 set for
the winners and Alan Van Dyke
led the losers with a 133 line and
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