MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL ACTION - Kings Mountain's Jarvis Bell (44) picks up some good
yardage for Kings Mountain Middle School in Wednesday's game with Shelby at Gamble STadium.
Shelby won 50-12.
KM Patriots Lose To Shelby
Kings Mountain Middle School's
football team fell to unbeaten
Shelby 50-12 Wednesday at John
Coach David Heffner's Patriots,
3-3 overall, were scheduled to end
their season yesterday against East
Lincoln at Gamble Stadium.
Shelby built a 22-0 lead before
the Patriots came back to cut the
halftime margin to 22-6 on a three-
yard scoring run by Jarvis Bell.
Kings Mountain's final touch-
down came in the fourth quarter on
a 15-yard run by Desmond
"I feel like our guys played a
good game," said Coach Heffner.
"Shelby had given up just 28 points
in the previous six games and they
just out-manned us. Shelby's prob-
ably the best junior high or middle
school team I've ever seen.
"They were big and quick and
had a lot of speed," he added.
"Some of the time when I thought
Mountaineer Runners Fifth
Kings Mountain High's cross
country team finished fifth out of
six teams in the Pre-Southwestern
3-A Conference meet last
Thursday at Shelby.
The conference meet is sched-
uled for today. Kings Mountain is
the defending champion but Shelby
and R-S Central are the favorites.
Shelby led the way last week
with 53 points, followed by the
Hilltoppers with 58. KM had 97
"Many of our runners, including
Jon Putnam, Alan Logan, Chuck
Dixon and Bill Foard, had their
best times and Ronnie Yarbro ran
fifth in a very strong field," Coach
Jones To Play
Bryan Jones of Kings Mountain
will play in the 1990 Volvo
the first leg of the ITCA College
Grand Slam, November 1-4 at the
University of Georgia's Henry
The 32-player singles field and
16-team doubles draw will consist
of automatic invitees from last
year's top players in the rankings,
regional selections from around the
country and at-large selections
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with us and showed up for the ball-
game. They seemed to be intense
and really in the game. That makes
a big difference to a football team,
It would have been real easy for
the fans to stay at home consider-
ing we were pretty much out of the
playoff picture. Their coming out
and supporting us like they did re-
ally meant a lot to our kids."
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Gordon Edwards said. "The confer-
ence is much more balanced than it
was last year and we didn't get the
finish we'd hoped for."
Edwards said if all KM runners
run up to their potential today the
Mountaineers could finish as high
"We can do much better than we
did last week," he said. "We can
move up at least two places if ev-
erybody runs well."
Edwards selected Sarah Dilling
and Matthew Denton as runners of
the week. Dilling posted her best
time of the season and Denton ran
third for the KM team.
made by the ITCA's National
Additionally, the singles field will
include two wild card entries and
four players who will advance to
the main draw through a qualifying
tournament to be held October 30-
31. The singles field will include
17 of the top 19 players in the
Volvo Tennis/Collegiate Rankings.
The Intercollegiate Tennis
Coaches Association (ITCA) invit-
ed Jones, a junior at North
Carolina, to play in the event as a
representative of Region II.
Jones is number 36 in the Volvo
Tennis/Collegiate Rankings. His
performance at the Volvo
will be a significantly determining
factor in the next rankings, which
will be released at the end of the
This tournament was inaugurat-
ed in 1979 and is the first leg of the
ITCA Collegiate Grand Slam. The
next leg is the Du Pont National
Clay Court Championships
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