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Recreation
activities
Kings Mountain Parks and
Recreation Director, David Hancock
announces that the city will be spon-
soring the following programs.
Interested area residents are encour-
aged to call the Parks and Recreation
Department at 739-9631 or 734-0449
for more details on any activity.
AEROBICS
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
8:40 am - 9:40 am and 9:45 am - 10:45
pm.
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.
Monday and Thursday 6:30 pm -
7:30 pm.
Fee: Inside city resident: $10.00.
Outside city resident: $15.00.
Registration is between the 1st and 5th
of each month.
WATER AEROBICS
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11:00 am - 12:00 noon. Tuesday and
Thursday 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
Fee: $10.00 Senior Citizens. Inside
city residents: $15.00 general public.
Outside city residents: $22.50 general
public. Water aerobics are held at the
Natatorium (Kings Mountain High
School).
Youth and Adult Tennis Lessons -
The Kings Mountain Parks and
Recreation Department announces a
new. program of group Tennis
Instruction for beginner and advanced
beginners. Classes will be held at the
tennis courts at Deal Street Park, be-
hind the Community Center. The adult
and youth lessons will fun for two (2)
weeks. Instructor for the class is Bill
Naylor. The Parks and Recreation
Department will handle all registra-
tions at the Community Center. Fees
will vary depending on the class, but
generally will range from $18.00 for
the youth to $23.00 for the adult class-
es. For more information contact the
Parks and Recreation Department at
734-0449.
Oil Painting Class (Bob Ross
Painting Class) - The Kings Mountain
Parks and Recreation Department is
taking registration for the Oil Painting
Class which will be held the third
Saturday of each month. The fee for
each Saturday class is $30.00. If you
do not have your own supplies the in-
structor will have them available to
buy or rent. After each class will be
JoAnn Robinson. For registration come
by or call the Community Center at
734-0449. For any questions about the
class please call JoAnn Robinson at
853-1030.
Swimming Lessons - The Parks and
Recreation Department will offer sum-
mer swim lessons for 12 months old -
12 years old. The sessions are as fol-
lows: June 15-26, July 6-17 and July
27-August 7. For registration or more
information call the Community Center
at 734-0449. There is a fee for the
lessons. Deal Street Pool will open
Saturday, June 6th.
Flower Arranging Classes - The
Kings Mountain Parks and Recreation
Department announces a Beginner
Flower Arranging Class beginning on
Monday, July 13. Each class will con-
sist of two (2) hours of instruction.
Date of classes:
July 13 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
July 20 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
July 27 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Instructor for the class will be Tim
Hord of Kings Mountain Florist.
Registration fee is $15.00. Supplies
will be extra. Pre-registration is re-
quired. If you have any questions
please call the community center at
734-0449.
Tennis tourney
set July 10-12
Play tennis! That's what Kings
Mountain Tennis Association
wants tennis lovers to do at a big
tournament July 10-12 at Kings
Mountain High School Courts.
Entry fees are $5 for KMTA
members and $10 for non-mem-
bers for each event.
The events will include men's
singles, women's singles, men's
doubles, women's doubles, and
mixed doubles and the tournament
will be played on Friday night,
Saturday, and Sunday.
Deadline for registration is
Monday, July 6. For information
call Jerri Cates, 739-3075; Pat
Huffstetler, 867-5766, or David
Dellinger, 739-8684.
Bryan Jones
ranked 20th
Kings Mountain's Bryan Jones
is No. 20 in the final Volvo Tennis
Collegiate Rankings for the 1991-
92 season, which were recently re-
leased by the Intercollegiate Tennis
© Coaches Association.
Jones, who just completed his
senior year at North Carolina, had
a high ranking of No. 19 this sea-
son.
North Carolina is No. 8 in the fi-
nal team rankings, while Jones is
unranked in the doubles rankings.
He helped the Tar Heels to their
best final ITCA ranking in history.
ERALD-Thursday, June 18, 1992
Post 155 comeback beats Gastonia;
5-2 record good for first place tie
Playing in the revamped Central
Division of Area Four, Kings
Mountain Post 155's Legion base-
ball team moved to 5-2 and into a
tie fopr first place with Bessemer
City Tuesday night with a 12-6
comeback win at home over
Gastonia.
Coach Bruce Clark's team, 4-12
a year ago, has already surpassed
that record in total wins and Clark
has been happy with his team's
play this season.
"I've been very, very pleased,"
he said Wednesday morning as his
team prepared to host Cherryville
Post 100 that night to begin a busy
schedule: "I like the new setup. It's
a lot more competitive and the
teams are a lot closer to our home
base. The crowds should get better
because of the rivalries."
Friday, Post 155 beat Bessemer
City 6-4. On Saturday, Kings
Mountain invaded Shelby and cap-
tured a 9-4 decision. On Monday,
they dropped a 6-4 home game to
Belmonts Auten-Stowe Post 144.
Kings Mountain's bats came
alive against Gastonia after the
home team had fallen behind 5-0 in
the top of the first inning. But Post
155 battled back, scoring five runs
of their own in the bottom of the
frame.
Kings Mountain took the lead in
Cowgirls
The Kings Mountain Cowgirls
lost their first game of the season
this week, falling to Bessemer City
Tigers 12-8 Monday night.
LaChelle McLeymore was the
winning pitcher for the Tigers and
Keisha Wells took the loss.
the sixth inning, 7-6, and added to
its margin. Clark moved Mike
Smith into the leadoff spot and
Smith was on base five times.
He was 2 for 2 and garnered
three walks. Rick Marr and Todd
Ware also collected a pair of hits to
help spark the 13-hit attack. David
C. Jenkins was the winning pitcher
in relief of starter Tommy Payne.
After beating Bessemer City
Friday, Kings Mountain took a 9-4
victory Saturday at Shelby as Rick
Marr went the distance, striking
out six. Post 155 struck for three
runs in the top of the second and
never trailed. Shelby did tie the
game at 4-4 in the bottom of the
fourth with two runs.
It stayed that way until the top of
the seventh when Kings Mountain
scored three runs, then got a pair of
insurance runs in the ninth. Marr
struck out six in beating Shelby's
Steve Gold, who pitched until the
ninth.
David Jenkins had two doubles
in four at-bats and Caja Ormand
slammed a two-run triple for Post
155. Each team had seven hits,
with Shelby committing seven er-
TOTS.
In the 6-4 loss to Belmont,
Kings Mountain outhit the visitors
Monday 7-6, but Randy Brown's
bases-loaded single in the sixth
fall to Tigers, 12-8
Tuesday night the Cowgirls
bombed Boiling Springs 31-2, im-
proving their record to 6-1. Keisha
Wells was the winning pitcher and
teamed with Callie Rayfield for a
no hitter. The leading hitters were
Crissie Johsonbaugh and Patricia
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gave Belmont its fifth and sixth
runs of the game.
Kings Mountain rallied off
starter Steve Mullis in the bottom
of the sixth, getting a two-run sin-
gle from David R. Jenkins to cut
the margin to 6-4. Payne had a RBI
double. Jenkins had two singles
and three RBI.
~ Brent Jones pitched three and a
third innings in relief for Post 144
and got a save. Rob Wingo was the
starter and losing pitcher for Post
155.
Post 155 faces a bevy of games
until the end of the first round.
Thursday, they travel to Stanley for
a doubleheader beginning at 6:30
p.m. Stanley beat Belmont Tuesday
11-6 for its first win in four games.
The Kings Mountain at Belmont
game rained out last Thursday will
be played as part of a. doubleheader
at Raider Field June 26. The game
with Cherryville which was rained
out Sunday will also be part of a
doubleheader Monday, June 29 in
Cherryville beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, Kings Mountain hosts
Stanley at Lancaster Field. On
Monday, June 22, Kings Mountain
is at Bessemer City. On Tuesday,
June 23, Shelby comes to
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Wednesday, June 24, Stanley plays
in Kings Mountain.
Freeman who went 4 for 4 and
Amanda Burns and Allene Barron
who went 3 for 3.
The Cowgirls’ next game will be
Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. at
Davidson Park with Kings
Mountain No. 2.
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