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Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Thursday, April 8
Tournament.
Monday, April 12
Tuesday, April 13
Hunter Huss at Ashbrook.
tain
Wednesday, April 14
ford.
(JVivarsity DH).
Sports this week...
TBA - Kings Mountain High baseball team in Shelby Easter
2-p.m. - High school golf, all Big South teams at Hunter Huss.
7 p.m. - JV baseball, North Gaston at Kings Mountain.
4 p.m. - High school tennis, North Gaston at Kings Mountain.
4 p.m. - Middle school track, Burns and North Lincoln at Kings
.| Mountain.
4 p.m. - High school track, Kings Mountain, North Gaston and
4 p.m. = Middle School tennis, Kings Mountain at Chase.
6 p.m. - North Gaston at Kings Mountain.
7 p.m. - High school baseball, North Gaston at Kings Moun-
4 p.m. - Middle school tennis, Kings Mountain at East Ruther-
5 p.m. - High school soccer, North Gaston at Kings Mountain
Big South
Baseball standings
(Through April 1) Kings Mtn. 2-3 7-4
Teams Conf. All Forestview 2-3 7-4
W-L W-L N. Gaston 2-3: 6-3
Crest 5-0 10-1 Ashbrook a e307
South Point 4-1 9-2 Hunter Huss 0-5 1-8
Young.
Honors Soccer - Tanner Deaton,
Michael Early, Walter Har-
Continued from Page B1 mon, Devin Hullender, Jor-
Men’s: swimming - dan Stowe, Derrick
Joshua Barrett, Adam Brock, Thammavongsa, Carver
Jonathan Brucker, Tanner Warren.
Deaton, David Dettloff,
~ Jacob Dettloff, Dragos
Dima, Alfred Dover, Daniel
Dyer, Jeffrey Falls, Mitchell
Hardee, Brandon Laugh-
ridge, Matthew Lovelace,
Jonathan Martin, Brooks
McGinnis.
Women’s swimming -
Victoria Braunns, Julie
Bridges, Aneisy Cardo,
Tiffany Champion, Casey
DeVane, Heather Johnson,
Kiersten Johnson, Kaitlynn
Krieger, Brittany Lysek,
Lauren Miller, Amy Navy,
Taylor Pearson, . Emily
Peeleer, Jaclyn Rowland,
Jana Tindall, Khadejah Wal-
lace, Morgan Weeks, Alexis
West, Alyssa White, Bailey
Celina Zinner-
strom...
Individual awards:
Men’s basketball -
William Blackburn, Brian
Brown, Nicholas Byers,
Paul Cannady-Hill, Xavier
Jefferies, Jerrin Jordan,
Michael Thompson.
Men’s swimming - Tan-
ner Deaton, Jacob Dettloff,
Dragos Dima, Daniel Dyer,
Jeffrey = Falls, Mitchell
Hardee, Matthew Lovelace,
Jonathan Martin.
Wrestling - James Car-
ringer, Jonathan Clark,
Ariam Lopez, James
McGinnis, Dustin Stone,
Quincey Toms, Daniel
Wooten.
Cross country - Jacob
Boyd, Jared Boyd, Seth Fer-
rell, Taylor Gettys, Brandon
Gilbert, William McGill.
Football ~~ - ' Torrey
Belcher, Tyler Bess, William
Black, William Blackburn,
Jonathan Clark, Trey Edger-
ton, Trey Funderburke,
Cameron Harris, Timothy
Hines, Edward Hopper, Alex
Howell, Xavier Jefferies,
William Locke, Davey
Scism, Lorne Sepaugh,
Brandon Smith, Dustin
Stone, Matthew Turner,
Shelton Watson, Terrance
Women’s basketball -
Akua Adams, Evan Bragg,
Savannah Cash, Caroline
Chambers, Trisha Davis,
Rashaida Dimetros, Brandi
Falls, Tiara McClain.
Basketball cheerleaders -
Wendi Belt, Akosua Boakye,
Emily Campfield, Lakia
Cooper, Kanisha Crocker,
Teal Curry, Emily Gates, Sa-
vannah Horne, Rakia Regan.
Swimming - Victoria
Braunns, Aneisy Cardo,
Tiffani Champion, Casey
DeVane, Heather Johnson,
Kiersten Johnson, Kaitlynn
Krieger, Brittany Lysek,
Lauren Miller, Amy Navy,
Taylor Pearson, Emily
Peeler, Jaclyn Rowland,
Jana | Tindall, Morgan
Weeks,
Celina Zinnerstrom.
Football cheerleaders -
Wendi Belt, Victoria Black,
Kristen Boone, Emily
Campfield, Lakia Cooper,
Teal Curry, Ashley Frazier,
Kaitlin Goodson, Ellen Hall,
Savannah Horne, : Sarah
Johnson, Sofia Lopez, Ash-
ton Orders, Kylee Wideman,
Ariana Wingo.
Cross Country - Caroline
Baker, Aneisy Cardo, Mary-
beth Ellis.
Golf - Victoria Braunns,
Catherine Chambers, Erica
Hicks.
Tennis - Elizabeth Baker,
Morgan Burns, Casey De-
Vane, Katie Holland, Kim-
berly Luangrath, Emily
Peeler, Brandie Penner,
Diana Phanthalack,
Michelle Philavong, Awanda
Rithiphong, Vina
Sananikone, Amara
Sourisoud, Hunter Summitt,
Morgan Weeks, Elizabeth
Wells.
Volleyball - Jessica Bur-
ton, Sarah Fedyschyn, Emily
Gates, Victoria Glass, Hay-
ley Hoyle, Megan Hoyle,
Cailyn Hughes, Tiara Mc-
Clain, Kirstin Postell, Mor-
gan Robinson, Emily
Yarbro.
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The Kings Mountain Herald
KMMS teams big winners this week
Kings Mountain Middle School
was a big winner in baseball, soccer
and track last week.
On Tuesday, the baseball team de-
feated North Lincoln 5-1 as Alex
Grooms and Landon Bolin combined
for a four-hitter and eight strikeouts.
Daniel Barrett had two hits. Bolin,
Grooms and Bullock had one hit each.
In soccer, the Lady Patriots shutout
North Lincoln 6-0. Lyndsey Barnes
had two goals and Leah Herndon,
Anna Smith, Katie Robinson and Sara
Smart added one apiece. Makayla
Price had two assists and Barnes, Lau-
ren Gould, Courtney Johnson, MC
Dellinger and Camp had one each.
On Wednesday, the baseball team
fell to Burns 7-4. Alex Reynolds
pitched all seven innings. Burns
scored only three earned runs. Barrett
led the Patriots at the plate with a
triple.
The soccer team shutout Burns 4-
0. Lyndsey Barnes scored two goals
and Erin Neisler and Johnna Scism
added one each. Tichina Parker and
Madison Ramsey each had an assist.
In tennis, the Patriots fell to Crest
5-4. KM singles winners were
Carisma, Rithiphon and Maylaythong.
Carisma and Isaiah Cole won their
doubles match.
Kings Mountain’s track team swept
a meet with Shelby, East Lincoln and
North Lincoln. In girls action, the
Lady Patriots scored 75.5 points to 59
for Shelby, 48 for East Lincoln and
29.5 for North Lincoln.
First place winners were Green in
the high jump, 400 dash and 1600
relay; and Weaver in the shot and disc.
Page 3B
In boys action, KM scored 74.5
points to 57 for Shelby, 54.5 for East
Lincoln and 42 for North Lincoln.
Grant won the triple jump and
Whitaker won the dis. Allen won the
1600 and 800 meter runs and Ford
won the 200 meter dash and 400 meter
relay.
On March 24, the track team swept
East Rutherford, Lincolnton and
Burns. The girls won with 96 points
followed by East Rutherford 55, Lin-
colnton 32 and Burns 42. The boys
won with 93 followed by East 73, Lin-
colnton 26 and Burns 23.
First place winners for the Lady
Patriots were Weaver in the shot, Har-
ris in the disc, Green in the high jump,
Scism in the triple jump, Morton in the
800 meters and the 1600 meter relay
team.
College Wrap-up
Former Mountaineers
face off in college game
Three teammates on Kings Moun-
tain’s 2005 and 2006 state champi-
onship softball teams faced off against
each other in a college game March
31.
Catawba - with infielders Brittany
Thornburg and Kristyn Funderburke -
. swept a doubleheader with Wingate,
8-4, 4-1. Wingate is led by star out-
fielder LaRonda McClain of Kings
Mountain.
In game one, Thornburg went 1-
for-3 for the Lady Indians and Mc-
Clain went 3-for-3 for the Lady
Bulldogs.
McClain leading
Wingate offense
Kings Mountain’s LaRonda Mc-
Clain is now the leader in five offen-
sive categories for the Wingate
softball team.
Through games of last week, Mc-
Clain has a .375 batting average, mov-
ing from second to first place on the
leader board. She continues to lead the
team in at-bats (112), hits (42), runs
(28) and stolen bases (8).
During the past week she went 3-
for-7 in a doubleheader loss to
Catawba and 2-for-3 with two runs
scored in a 3-0 win over Lincoln Me-
morial.
Jeff Howell gets
first college save
Kings Mountain freshman Jeffry
Howell picked up his first college save
in Gardner-Webb’s 3-1 win over
Winthrop Saturday at McNair Field in
Forest City.
Howell came on in the eighth in-
ning to induce a double play, then re-
tired the next four batters in a row to
ice the victory.
In seven relief appearances, Howell
is 1-0 with a 0.96 ERA and .109 op-
" ponents’ batting average.
Ford is MVP as Tornadoes sweep tourney
Bailey Williams,
Nicole Ford netted a
great honor on Saturday,
March 27th, as she was
named the Most Valuable
Player in a competition her
volleyball team dominated
with victories.
A sophomore at Kings
Mountain High School, 15-
year-old Ford was named
the. MVP in the USA Vol-
leyball Carolina Region’s
18-Copper All Tournament
in Salisbury.
Nearly 60 girls, most of
them 17-18 years old, com-
peted in the tournament.
But Ford refused to bow to
the pressures of age and
competition.
Fundraising golf
tourney set for
April 16
Child Care Connections of
Cleveland County, a local
501(c)(3) non-profit agency,
is having its 9th annual Schol-
arship Golf Tournament April
16th at River Bend Golf Club.
Prizes will be awarded to the .
© top three teams, closest to the
pin and longest drive. Child
Care Connections will also be
giving away a trip to Gatlin-
burg, Tenn.
All donations are tax de-
ductible. Money raised from .
the event will be used for
scholarships given in the four
area high schools to students
pursuing a degree in Early
Childhood. For more infor-
mation, call Child Connec-
tions at 704-487-7397.
NICOLE FORD stands
with her MVP medal.
‘Her team, the Boiling
Springs Tornadoes, swept
the field of challengers
away, leaving undefeated as
grand champions of the en-
tire tournament.
The team is coached by
Phuong Luong, volleyball
assistant coach at Gardner-
Webb University.
. Nicole Ford is the
daughter of Darryl and
Linda Ford of Kings Moun-
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CITY OF KINGS
MOUNTAIN
NOTICE OF PUB-
LIC HEARING
TUESDAY, APRIL
27,2010
6:00 PM
CITY COUNCIL
CHAMBERS
CITY HALL
CASE NO. Z-2-2-
10 INTERNET
CAFES AND
BUSINESSES (IN-
CLUDING RE-
WITH
SWEEPSTAKES
GAMING MA-
CHINES AND
THE LIKE TEXT
AMENDMENT
The City as an
agency defined
by the Kings
Mountain Zon-
ing Ordinance is
proposing a text
amendment.
The amend-
ment would
provide. defini-
tions and stan-
dards for
Internet = Cafes
and Businesses
(including retail)
with ~~ Sweep-
stakes Gaming
Machines and
‘the Like.
A copy of the
proposed text
amendment
may be ob-
tained at the
Planning = De-
partment or you
may - call 704-
734-4595 for ad-
ditional
information.
You are wel-
come to attend
the City Council
Public * Hearing
April 27,2010 to
express your
opinion.
KMH 3237
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CITY OF KINGS
MOUNTAIN
NOTICE OF PUB-
LIC HEARING
PLANNING
BOARD MEET-
ING —- TUESDAY,
APRIL 13,2010 —-
5:30 PM
CITY COUNCIL
MEETING ®
TUESDAY, APRIL
27, 2010 - 6:00
PMC IATEY:
CO UiN' Cel L
CHAMBERS
CITY HALL
CASE NO. Z-1-3-
10. Howard
Elmore is re-
questing to re-
zone properties
located on the
east side of City
Street from Con-
ditional Use
Light Industrial
(CU-L-I) to Cen-
tral Business (C-
B). The property
may - also . be
identified as Tax
Map No. KM 1
Block 4 Lots 1 &
4 or Cleveland
County PIN
6820 & 6823.
A list of uses
permitted in the
specific applica-
tion may be ob-
tained at the
Planning De-
partment or you
may call 704-
734-4595 for ad-
ditiitoin al
information.
You are wel
the Planning
and Zoning
Board meeting
on April 13,2010
at 5:30 pm and
the City Council
Public Hearing
on April 27,2010
at 6:00 pm to ex-
press your opin-
ion on this
amendment
and application.
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