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Kings Mountain High's JV foot-
ball team posted its second straight
victory Thursday night at Burns,
The Mountaineers, 2-0 in the
Southwestern Conference and 2-4
overall, were led offensively by
Joseph Bell with three 60-yard
scoring runs and Keyota Huskey
with a 60-yard touchdown pass
from quarterback Mark Roper.
The Mountaineers return home
after a long absence this Thursday
to host Shelby's Lions. Game time
is 7 p.m.
team wins SW 3-A
Kings Mountain High's girls vol-
leyball team defeated North Gaston
last week for the Southwestern 3-A
Conference tournament crown and
the #1 seeding for the state play-
The Lady Mountaineers were .
scheduled to open playoff action at
home last night against Erwin High
Kings Mountain's Tami Welch
was named SWC most valuable
player and was joined on the all-
tournament team by Tina Welch,
Catie Brannon, Nancy Ely and
Making the All-Conference team
for KMHS were Tina and Tami
Welch and Catie Brannon.
Halloween Bash set
at Community Center
The N.A.W.A. returns to the
Kings Mountain Community
Center October 28 at 8 p.m. for a
The main event will be a world
tag team championship bout featur-
ing the champion Ringlords against
Kevin Kirby and Jake Mulligan.
The American G.I. and Dozer
from Kings Mountain will defend
their U.S. titles against Damage
Scotty Hot Body will face Jeff
Victory, and other stars on the card
include Johnny B. Goode,
American Ninja, and the Texas
Outlaw. A special guest referee
will preside over the matches.
Tickets are $6 at the door and $5
in advance for adults and $4 at the
door and $3 in advance for ages 6-.
12. There: will be a special
Halloween costume Contest for the
Tickets are available at Floating
Affections and Mountaineer
Fitness Center. For more informa-
tion, call 739-8564 or 734-1781.
set at KM Armory
The Professional Wrestling
Federation returns to the Kings
Mountain National Guard Armory
Friday, October 20 at 8 p.m. for its
Battle of the Belts/Bloody Fight
The main event will be an over
the top rope bunkhouse stampede.
The tag team title will be on the
line when fan favorite Italian
Stallion and his mystery partner
battle the champions, Terry Austin
and Austin Steele, The Entorcers.
The P.W>F. title will be up for
grabs when the chamion Southrn
Rocker is challenged by rule brak-
er, Gorgeous George South.
The Intercontinental title match
will feature the Russian Assassin
against Tyrone Knox, and the fea-
ture bout of the evening will be a
man vs. woman match with ladies
undefeated champion Madd
Maxxine taking on the Ceroilng
Advance tickets are $6 at Allen’ S
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big up front and the secondary is
said to be one of the quickest ever
"Defensively, I think they're a lot
better than most people think they
are," said Massey. "They play pret-
ty much a shade 50, but they make
you carn everything you get. They
don't give up big plays. You don't
see people getting behind their sec-
The Mountaineers relied on the
big play to defeat Burns last week,
and they also came away with
points every time they got inside
the 30 yard line. They'll have to
continue that success this week,
"Offensively, consistency will be
the key for us," he said. "They
haven't give up big plays so we're
going to have to be consistent. We
also have to eliminate turnovers
"Defensively, I hope that some-
how we can slow them down.
They're very good at running the
football...and throwing it."
Game time is 8 p.m. but KM
fans are encouraged to leave early.
Senior Chris Wallace (12) battles a Shelby player for control of the
ball in recent Southwestern 3-A Conference soccer match at KM's
John Gamble Stadium.
Florist, The Armory and the Sports
Center in Gastonia. Tickets will be
$8 at the gate. Children age 5 and
under will be admitted free. For
more informatino call 739-4741.
Anyone interested in becoming a
professional wrestler, manager or
referee should call (704) 343-0285.
GWU kickers win
over North Georgia
BOILING SPRINGS - Gardner-
Webb forward Jerome Lee Yaw
scored four goals and Brooks
Derrick and Herman Wilson com-
bined for a shutout as the Bulldogs
defeated North Georgia 6-0 in
soccer action Sunday afternoon.
Freshman midfielder Dusan
Krivoski and junior defender Errol
Williams added a goal apiece for
the Bulldogs (8-4-1). North
Georgia fell to 1-12.
Gardner-Webb will play its next
match at home Friday at 2 p.m.
against Newberry's Indians.
Bulldogs nip Catawba
in SAC-8 soccer play
BOILING SPRINGS - Gardner-
Webb knocked off Catawba 1-0
Wednesday in South Atlantic
The Bulldogs (6-4-1, 3-2) scored
the game's only goal at the 67:27
mark when a cutting Jerome Lee
Yaw blasted a feed from Edwin
Odugba and Eric Narvez past the
Catawba (8-4-1, 2-2-0), ranked
sixth in the NCAA Division II
South region, had several chances
late i the contest but could not get
past a tenacious Bulldog defense
that held the Indians to just seven
shots, helping GWU goalie Brooks
Derrick notch his fourth shutout of
fead in duckpins
Lightning swept the Moose
Heads and Thunder swept the
Alley Rats, so everything stayed
the same in Mixed Duckpin
Bowling League action Thursday
night at Dilling Heating.
1. Oil Change
2. Oil Filter
3. Air Filter
4. Antifreeze/ Radiator
5. Transmission Filter & Fluid
6. Chassis Lube
7. Fuel Filter
8. Hose Condition
9. Belts Condition
10. Battery, Starte
11. Wiper Blades
16. Grease Seals
12. Brake Lining/ Pads
13. Master Cylinder
14. Wheel Cylinders
15. Wheel Bearings
Lightning still leads the race
with a 34-14 record, followed by
Thunder 30-18, Moose Heads 18-
30, and Alley Rats 14-34.
Three bowlers topped the 300-
set mark to lead Lightning over the
Moose Heads. Bobby Rathbone
had a 138 line and 368 set, Tommy
Garrett added a 129-339 and Bill
Myers had a 115-307. John Dilling
led the losers with a 130 line and
Irene Ruley had her best single
game in the Thursday night league
with a 138 line and 348 set to lead
Thunder over the Alley Rats.
Ronnie Scruggs added a 123-335
and Robbie Hullender had a 132-
331. Linda Neely led the losers
with a 93 line and 262 set.
MB In Monday night action,
Family Affair knocked off the first
place Antiques 6-2 to pull to within
four games of first place, and the
Dream Team defeated Bullwinkle
and Friends 6-2 to pull into a tie
for third place.
The Antiques lead with a 28-20
record, followed by Family Affair's
24-24 mark and Bullwinkle and
Friends and the Dream Team both
at 22-26. igi ats
Debbie ‘Hllender howled a 111
line and 300 set to lead Family
Affair over the Antiques. Irene
Ruley led the losers with a 95 line
and 270 set.
High scorer for the night was
Mark Midgette, who bowled a 150
line and 393 set to lead the Dream
Team over Bullwinkle and Friends.
Chris Hullender added a 119 line
and 304 set for the winners, and
Robbie Hullender led the losers
with a 121 line and 325 series.
at Crowders Park
A night hike/owl outing is
planned Friday at 6:30 p.m. at
Crowders Mountain State Park.
The 90-minute program is limited
to 20 people. -
Star gazing will feature a pro-
gram Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the
17. Exhaust System
20. Cons. Velocity Boots
21. Cons. Velocity Joints
22. Check All F.E. Parts
28. Tune-up Review
24. Complete Tire Inspection
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Middle School girls
lose two of three
Kings Mountain Middle School's
girls softball team lost two of three
games during the past week to run
their record to 5-5 in the Bi-County
Last Tuesday, KM fell to East
Lincoln 19-18. Csherian Coleman
was 3-for-4 with a home run and
Heather Causby and Haley
Montgomery were each 3-for-4
with a double. Jennifer Towery,
Ashley Wilson and Laura Bridges
each had two hits.
On Tuesday, the Lady patriots
defeated Burns 19-9 as Coleman
went 4-for-4 with a double, two
triples and five runs batted in.
Tabatha Goode was 3-for-4 with
two runs batted in, and was also
the winning pitcher. Ashley Starrett
was 3-for-5 with two RBI, Laura
Propst was 2-for-2 with a triple,
Stacy Dellinger 2-for-2 with a dou-
ble and two RBI, and Miranda
Hensley had a double.
On Thurday, KM fell to West
Lincoln 14-11. Haley Montgomery
and Csherian Coleman each hit a
home run and Laura Propst, Laura
Bridges and Ashley Starrett had
two hits each.
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Haunted Hayride slated
at Boiling Springs arena
The fourth annual Haunted
Hayride at the Bar H Arena’ in
Boiling Springs will be held
Thursday, Oct. 26, Friday, Oct. 27
and Saturday, Oct. 28. Each night
of haunting will begin at dark (ap-
proximately 7:30 p.m.).
Admission is $5 for all ages.
Group discounts are available for
the SNe 0 of October Wo.
The Haunted Hayride is a family
event. All trailers have steps and
handrails for easy access.
The Boiling Springs Rural Life
Saving and Rescue Unit will have
concessions available. Plans should
be made to attend early for a hot-
dog and hamburger supper.
For more information, call (704)
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Colposcopy for Abnormal Paps
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