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The Kings Mountain Herald
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Kings Mountain varsity cheerleaders are excited over a Mountaineer touchdown in
Friday's game at Shelby. KM travels to Fred T. Foard Friday for their first conference
KM resident wins
world horse show
Gaston Day School junior
Talley Harris won sixth
place in the World
Championship Horse Show
held in Louisville, KY.
Talley rides Studcor
Donatello, an American
Saddlebred horse from
South Africa. Talley compet-
ed in the Junior “Exhibitor
Five Gaited Division for
ages 16-17. over 2,000 horses -
participated in the show that
was attended by over 15,000
Talley will compete in
Raleigh at the N.C. State
Championship and again at
the State Fair competition.
Talley is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R.
Harris of Kings Mountain.
Revolution wins
first two games
The Kings Mountain
Futbol Revolution U-15 girls
Talley Harris and Studcor Donatello
Mountain Country Club.
They won in a playoff
over the team of Jim Payne,
Richard Hamm, Ned Yarbro
and Tom Shytle., who also
Wheeler and Jeff Green.
Closest to the pin winners
were Pete Smith, Don
Warren, Russell Warren and
Jim Payne.
From 1B
find Tavorris Jolly in the
end zone behind two KM
defenders for a 44-yard
touchdown pass and a 24-3
A 52-yard field goal
attempt by Ingle with nine
seconds left in the half was
wide left.
The Mountaineers looked
like an entirely different
team in the second half. The
offense moved the ball and
the defense almost com-
pletely took away Shelby’s
bread and butter play, the
buck sweep.
KM'’s Drew Gibson sacked
Brooks to force a punt on
Shelbys first possession of
the second half, and Kings
Mountain used strong
blocking by its offensive
line and fullback J.J.
McClain to start springing
Sidney Goode for big gains
on power sweeps. Goode,
... who finished with a career
high 135 yards rushing,
scored on a 34-yard run to
cut the Shelby margin to 24-
10 with 4:07 left in the third
While the Mountaineers
were having better success
against the Shelby defense,
their own defense was still
having trouble stopping the
Lions and the second half
turned into a touchdown .
trading game.
Shelby responded to
Goode’s TD by marching 66
yards to score on a seven
yard run by Jolly which
made the score 31-10.
Kings Mountain drove 67
yards early in the fourth
quarter and Goode scored
from three yards out to
make the score 31-17.
Shelby recovered an
onside kick at the KM 49
and Brooks immediately hit
sophomore wide receiver
Patrick Tate for 37 yards to
set up Jolly's 12-yard touch-
down run which gave the
Lions a 38-17 lead.
Kings Mountain drove 42
yards for its final touch-
down, with quarterback
Montrell Banks completing
three passes to set up a
seven-yard touchdown run
by Goode with 2:58 remain-
Farquharson said the
coaches challenged the
Mounties at halftime to
come out and play better
and try to get in a position
to win.
“And they did that,” he
said, “but we're not to the
point where we can afford
to trade score for score with
somebody. When they
decide they want to put
together two halves of play-
ing both good offense and
good defense they're going
to be a good football tam.
They showed signs ofa
good football team but.
they've got to get past that
“I think we did some
things that were very posi-
tive,” he added. “We threw
for a hundred yards and
when you're able to run the
sweep on Shelby with the
kind of speed they have on
the outside that’s got to be a
positive. We've got to get
better at doing that. We have
to establish a run and com-
plete a high percentage of
passes, then we'll be a little
bit better balanced.”
\Wird touiaiierit”
From 1B
28-6 and South Point 49-0).
Two weeks ago they lost a
heartbreaker to Gastonia
Forestview 17-12 and last
week they recovered from a
sluggish start to put up an
impressive second half
showing in a 38-24 loss to
Foard, typically a running
team in the past, has been
throwing the ball more this
year and that concerns
Farquharson, whose team
has given up 727 yards
through the air in four
games, including 322 to East
Gaston and 189 to Shelby.
Van Proctor, a four-year
starter, is the Tigers” quarter-
“They have a very good
passing game,” says
Farquharson. “That seems to
be their strength. He's tall
and throws the ball well and
that’s one of the things that
has given us some trouble.
That's an area we have to
improve on.”
The Tigers, coming off a 2-
9 season, are 1-3. They
defeated West Lincoln 30-14
in their opener but have lost
consecutive games to
Bunker Hill 14-7, Maiden 48-
16 and Bandys 56-21.
“They've played some
good teams,” Farquharson
said. “So it’s going to be one
of those situations where
our kids have to come to
Convincing his players
that they have to get off to a
good start is something
Farquharson said the coach-
es have dealt with all year
without success.
“We're going to have to
work on convincing them
that this is a new and
improved Fred T. Foard,”
Fri., Sat., Sun.
Farquharson said. “It’s not
going to be a cakewalk by
any stretch of the imagina-
Farquharson said he plans
some personnel changes this
week in hopes of returning
to more of a two-platoon
system. John Gwinn, who
has been a backup line-
backer and fullback, will
move into a defensive tackle
position, defensive end
Steven Grant will move to
linebacker, and Aaron
Bolton will move back to his
corner position.
“We've got those offensive
linemen pretty secure in
their position, so we're
going to roll some young
kids in there on defense to
give us more of a pass rush
and give us more pressure
on he quarterback,”
Farquharson said.
This will be Foard’s home-
coming game, and
Farquharson figures that
. will also help motivate the
“I expect them to be excit-
ed,” he said. “I think they
feel like after watching us
that they can play with us
and beat us. So we've got
our work cut out.”
classic soccer team won two
games during the pat week.
The Revolution defeated
the Charlotte Soccer Club
Red 2-0 on gals from
Christie Whetstine and
Jennifer Helm. Carmen
Scism registered the shutout
at goal.
In the second game,
Revolution blanked
Charlotte United Green 5-0.
Katie Cooke scored two
goals and Whetstine, Helm
and Katie Guffey added one
each. Scism again recorded
the shutout at goal.
Kings Mountain hosts the
Burke Blast Saturday at 12
noon at the Kings Mountain
Middle School field.
shot 52. {
Third place were Russell
Warren, Don Warren, Steve
Closest to the line was Jim
Payne, and Steve Peeler had
the longest putt.
Now In Season At
Killdeer Farm
Pumpkins, gourds and lots of Fall Decor.
New Shipment of Amish meats, cheeses and
much more!! Killdeer Farm
Kings Mountain
Hours: 9:00-6:00 Weekdays
, 3 9:00-3:00 Saturdays
Patriot kickers y
lose to Lincolnton
Kings Mountain Middle
School’s soccer team fell to
Lincolnton 6-0 in a Tri-
County Conference match
held at Country Club
Kevin Champion, Louis
Nantz, Wayne Jenkins and
Kenny Bridges shot a 52
Saturday to win the White
Plains Shrine Club’s Bruce
Ward Memorial Golf
Tournament at Kings
Fiber Industries, Inc. (FII) - Shelby Plant
Former/Current Employees,
Spouse/Guest of the Shelby Plant
Saturday, October 11, 2003
Plant Ree Club Building - Registration 2:00 PM
After a short WELCOME beginning at 3:00 PM,
BBQ Serving Lines open and serving continues up to
5:30 PM.
$12.50 Per Person
(Must be received by 09/27/03)
MAIL TO: Carl Spangler, 2403 N Lafayette Street,
Shelby, NC 28150
REUNION COMMITTEE: Gene LeGrand, Emma Jo Anthony, Bill Bridges,
Dean Champion, Royce Dixon, David Gibbons, Don Ledford, Peggy Ledford,
Carl Spangler, Tim Robbins, Doug Sparrow, Edith Stroup, Thomas Williams
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