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Tim Schwantes competes in the diving event at recent Kings
Mountain High swim meet at Neisler Natatorium.Kings Mountain's
next home met is Wednesday, Feb. 7 against Brevard and Asheville.
Mountain Parks and
Recreation Department Basketball
League results).
Lakers 20, Bulls 6
Bulls - Justin Brown 4. Lakers -
Issac Proctor 4, Trey Robinson 4,
Derrick Gary 4.
Magic 16, Celtics 9
Magic - Michael Sabetti 8. Celtics -
Ches Robins 5. ;
PX Celtit SM,
Mathew Harleson 6.
Magic 23, Lakers 20
Lakers - Issac Proctor 14. Magic - -
Wes White 8.
Pistons 34, Knicks 19
Pistons - Warren Shirey 14. Knicks -
Elan Philbeck 6.
Spurs 22, Nets 14
Nets - Cortney Smith 8.
Pistons 25, Spurs 16
Spurs - David Brinkley 5. Pistons -
Warren Shirey 11.
Nets 23, Knicks 22
Knicks - Elan Philbeck 11. Nets -
Lane Wood 7.
Jazz 36, Rockets 32
Rockets - Grey Howard 10.
Bullets 26, Kings 24
Kings - T. Hopper 6, J. Roper 6.
Bullets - Gary Carpenter 7.
Pistons 33, Mavericks 32
Pistons - Caleb George 17.
Mavericks - Chad Jones 12, Mike
Holly 12.
Bulls 54, Bucks 49
Bucks - C. Bagwell 16. Bulls -
Avery Bess 19.
Warriors 38, Pistons 37
Warriors - J. Wallace 16. Pistons -
B. Russell 10.
People's 70, 1st Wesleyan 67
FW - Toby Deaton 23. Peoples - Jeff
Ross 43.
Mt. Zion 86, Family 71
Family - Kyle Sellers 18, MZ - Jerry
Jordan 45.
Family 78, East Gold 45
Family - Kyle Sellers 25. EG -
Tommy Henson 16.
Mt. Zion 77, 1st Wesleyan 72
MZ - Carl Smith 47. FW - Toby
Deaton 33.
1st Baptist 83, Peoples 48
Peoples - Darris Curry 17. FB -
Ryan Hollifield 41.
Resurrection 88, Family 67
Res. - Daniel Honeycutt 33. Family
- Kyle Sellers 26.
1st Wesleyan 76, East Gold 48
EG - Scott Wheeler 20. FW - Monty
Deaton 25.
Wirtz 56, Spectrum 54
Wirtz - Bryant Wells 23.
Bali 56, Freightliner 49
Freightliner - Kevin Williams 12.
Bali 63, Hayward Pools 61
Hayward - P. Bess 23. Bali - Mike
Helms 27
Anvil 75, Commercial 63
Comercial - Bernard Hines 335.
Anvil - Bruce Banks 27.
(Kings Mountain Boys and Girls
Club Basketball League results).
Sonics 36, Bullets 33
Sonics - Maurice Hunt 10, Tae
Roebuck 10. Bullets - Vince Young 11,
Deshawn Young 10.
Magic 35, Jazz 30
Magic - Adrian Parker 13, Ross
Ellis 10. Jazz - Ronald Goode 12,
Skyler Warren 11.
Rockets 43, Bulls 41
Rockets - Kyle Short 10, Joe Leach
10. Bulls - Jermaine Smith 11.
Lakers 38, Heat 36 (OT)
Lakers - Toni Adams 12, Nikki
Humphries 11. Heat - Joram Young 12,
William Moore 11.
Suns 46, Hornets 40 =
Suns "Cahari Poole” 20; Tony
¢ Bite %& Crogker 12. Homets - Shamar Crocker
16, Richard Williams 11.
Jazz 47, Lakers 41
Jazz - A.J. Link 15, Matt Hardin 10.
Lakers - Latisha McCleave 12, Crystal
Miller 12.
KM 31, Gastonia 20
KM - Chavis Poole 12, Derick
Marble 5, Kelsy Adams 4.
KM 43, Gastonia 11
KM - Orlando Curry 12, Kendrick
Young 11, AJ. Link 10.
UCLA 88, Michigan 83
UCLA - Ralphel Williams 40,
Rodney Brown 13, Duke Moore 12.
Michigan - Rodney Smarr 30, Mack
Williams 20, Jamar Moore 11.
Kansas 93, Arkansas 92 (OT)
Kansas - Brad Jones 25, Codi Reed
21. Arkansas - Alex Burris 33, Thomas
Area deer hunters have a chance
to see some of the best trophies in
the U.S. at the Wake County
Wildlife Club's 16th annual Dixie
Deer Classic March 1-3 in the Jim
Graham Building on the North
Carolina State Fairgrounds.
The classic features seminars by
several nationally-known hunters,
including Chuck Adams, the first
bow hunter to take all 27 North
American big game species with a
bow. Others who will share tech-
niques include Dick Idol, Gary
Sefton, and Paul Chamblee.
There will be numerous exhibits
of deer heads and special collec-
tions, as well as commercial dis-
plays of hunting equipment and
The show runs from 4 p.m.
Friday, March 1, to 5 p.m. Sunday,
March 3. Three-day admission is
$7. Children under 12 will be ad-
mitted free.
For more information, write
Dixie Deer Classic, c/o Wake
County Wildlife Club, P.O. Box
99048, Raleigh, NC 27624; or call
(919) 782-5333.
290-pound tackle Julius Bell, who
helped lead the Lions to the
Southwestern 3-A Conference
championship and the state 3-A se-
mi-finals last fall, has verbally
committed to Western Carolina
University... All-State defensive
end Derrick Chambers of Burns,
Tommy Barrett bowls 425
Tommy Barrett posted one of the
high marks of his bowling career
as well as one of the highest fig-
ures posted in league action
Thursday night at Dilling Heating
when he rolled a 182 line and 425
set to lead Lightning to a 6-2 victo-
ry over Thunder in Mixed Duckpin
McClain 22.
Duke 81, Carolina 78
Duke - Pierre Owens 12, Shawn
Morris 11. Carolina - Mike Wilson 12,
Tony Bell 10.
Players of the Week - Chavis Poole
(7-under), Orlando Curry (9-under),
A.J. Link (10-under), Adrian Parker
(11-under), Calari Poole (12-under),
Latisha McCleave (14-under).
Academic player of the week - Ross
Ellis. :
Rookie of the week - Derick
12-Under standings - Rockets 3-0,
Magic 2-0, Sonics 2-1, Lakers 2-2,
Jazz 2-2, Bulls 1-1, Suns 1-1, Heat 1-1,
Hornets 0-3, Bullets 0-3.
17-Under standings - UCLA 3-0,
Arkansas 1-2, Michigan 1-2, Carolina
1-2, Duke 1-2, Kansas 1-2.
This week's games:
Thursday - Bulls vs. Sonics, 5:30;
Heat vs. Rockets 6:30.
Friday - 5-7 year olds vs. Erwin
Center 6 p.m.; 8-9 year olds vs. Erwin
Center 8 p.m.
Saturday - Bulls vs. Bullets 11:30;
Magic vs. Rockets 12:30; Jazz vs.
Hornets 1:30; UCLA vs. Arkansas
2:30; Kansas vs. Michigan 3:30.
Tuesday - Lakers vs. Suns 5:30;
Sonics vs. Heat 6:30.
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who earlier in the season commit-
ted to the Florida Gators, has now
verbally committed to Tennessee
where he was recruited by former
Kings Mountain High Coach Dan
Four members of last year's
KMHS football team, which fin-
ished second to Shelby and 8-3
overall in its first year under Coach
Ron Massey, are being recruited by
Division II schools. Defensive
backs Cedric Smith and Eric Tate
recently visited Mars Hill,
linebacker Jahi Smart is being re-
cruited by Catawba, and running
back Shane Logan is reportedly be-
ing recruited by Liberty University.
Defensive end Justin Champion
plans to walk on at N.C. State.
Although neither team was all that
great, Clemson's Tigers did man-
age to show some other teams what
you have to do to beat Wake Forest
Sunday. Although the Tigers did a
respectable job on Tim Duncan,
they didn't worry so much about
Bowling action.
R.W. Hullender rolled a 141 line -
and 337 set, and Robbie Hullender
added a 123-329 for Thunder.
In another match, the Moose
90 Days Same
As Cash
Thursday, January 25, 1996 - THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD - Page 7A
Dixie Classic a deer hunter's dream
stopping him as they did on stop-
ping the other Deacons. They stuck
to LaRue, Peral and Braswell like a’
fly on molasses, and the result was
that the trio known for shooting 3-
pointers managed four points be-
tween them. The Tigers pulled off
the upset with four freshmen in the
starting lineup, and their leading
scorer and another starter on the
sidelines with injuries. Prediction:
Wake will lose two more ACC
games, but will still win or share
the regular season title.
And, how's this for an early All-
ACC? - Tim Duncan of Wake
Forest, of course; Stephon Marbury
of Georgia Tech, Harold Deane of
Virginia, Todd Fuller of N.C. State,
and Antawn Jamison of North
Carolina. Of Course, this could
change from week to week.
slow-pitch softball umpire Dan
Blair of Lowell, a member of the
ASA Hall of Fame, has been cho-
sen as umpire coordinator for the
Olympics in Columbus, Ga.
high schools in North Carolina will
be playing fast-pitch and slow-
pitch softball this spring because
NCHSAA member schools can't
really decide if they want to switch
to fast-pitch. The NCHSAA has
left the choice up to each individu-
al conference, which means that
many teams playing non-confer-
ence games have scheduled dou-
in duckpins
Heads defeated the Alley Rats 6-2
as John Dilling bowled a 119 line
and 307 set. Chris Hullender had a
112 line and Allen Myers had a
319 set for the Alley Rats.
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bleheaders, with one game being
fast-pitch and the other slow-pitch.
That's going to be awfully confus-
ing, especially for players who
have to try to adjust from hitting a
slow, high-arching ball to a harder
thrown, lower pitched ball. The
Southwestern 3-A, of which Kings
Mountain is a member, is going to
fast-pitch. Since collegiate softball
is fast-pitch, it seems logical that
high school ball should be too.
Colleges are not going to offer
softball scholarships to slow-pitch
softball players. It's time the NCH-
SAA made a permanent switch.
Because of the recent snow and
changes in the basketball sched-
ules, new KMHS baseball coach
Tony Leigh has had to also change
the starting dates for spring base-
ball practice. Pitchers and catchers
will report on January 29 to begin
running and throwing. The first
day of official practice will be
February 12.
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