August 8, 2012
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GOLFERS - Pictured are-some of the golfers who participated in the 2012 Summitt Summer Classic at Kings Mountain Coun-
try Club. Back row, from left, Robert Scism, Bryant Wells, Walt Brysiak, Eric Spicer, Kathy Summitt, Erin Summit, Darrell
Sisk, Greg Robinson, Jesse Heath, Jody Clary “and Dave Robinson; front row, from left, Jim McNeilly, Tony Cooke, Ken Dear-
dorff, Mitch Howze and Kenny Walker.
KMHS sports passes on sale
Sports passes. for the 2012-13 school
year are on sale at Kings Mountain
High School’s main office.
The following passes are available:
-All Sports Pass - $100.00. The all-
sports pass admits one person to every
regular season sporting event. It in-
cludes a reserved seat for KMHS home
home football games, and membership
to the KMHS Booster Club. (All seats
with backs cost an additional $10).
-Mountaineer Pass - $150.00. This
pass admits two persons to every’
KMHS regular season sporting event.
It includes reserved seats for two to
every KM regular season home football
football games and membership in the
Booster Club. :
(All seats with backs cost an addi-
tional $10 for the season. Children can
be added on for $30 each (grades R12
-Football season pass. $45. This pass _
Jim McNeilly (net).
admits one person to every home regu-
lar season game.
football games, reserved parking for
game, reserved parking for all home
High ’ athletic
trainer Alan Ri-
will have a lot of
good help on the
this year from
Diaz, left, and
GOLF WINNERS - Eric Spicer, winner of the championship
flight, left, with Kathy Summitt, and Tony Cooke, tournament
chairman. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS
score low in
Classic at KMCC
Eric Spicer won low gross and Mitch Howze took low net
in the championship round of the 2012 Summitt Summer
Classic July 14-15 at Kings Mountain Country Club.
Toney Wells took first gross and Greg Robinson first net
‘in the first flight.
Second flight winners were Ken Deardorff (gross) and
Robert Scism was low gross in the third flight, and Dar-
rell Sisk took low net. Thomas Breakfield won low gross in
the fourth flight and Bill Booth was first net.
In the ladies division, Erica Hicks was first gross and
Anne Brooks was low net.
Pierce Robinson was low gross and Harrison Howe low
net in the juniors division.
Carpenter aces #17
at KM Country Club
Sam Carpenter made his third hole-in-one while playing
with the Gaston Seniors Thursday, Aug. 2 at Kings Moun-
tain Country Club.
Carpenter used a 6-iron to ace the 151-yard, 17th hole.
His playing partners were Jerry Miller, Rush Miller and
KMHS women’s golf tryouts set
Any girls interested in trying out. for the Kings Mountain
High women’s golf team should contact head coach Kevin
Moss at email@example.com or call 704-
476-8340 on or after August 17.
Assistant coach Dustin Morehead watches as players run
through the ropes during practice session.
practice with hard hitting
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The coaching staff will get a chance to see their players go
against two quality opponents in scrimmages this week.
Tonight, they travel to Morganton to take on the Freedom Pa-
triots at 6 p.m., and that is always a strong test. Friday at 8,
the Mountaineers will play in the Cleveland County Jam-
boree at Crest against powerful Northwestern High of Rock
Hill, the pre-season favorite to win the 4A state championship
in South Carolina.
Lloyd said the Mountaineers will be looking at several
areas that need to be clicking by the time the regular season
“We will be working on timing, tackling well, playing
hard and getting into the flow of game situations,” he said.
“We'll use this week to get ready for our opener next week.
This is an important week.”
. Judging by the talent and experience, this séason could be
the Mountaineers’ best since 2008 when they went 11-4 and
played for the Western North Carolina championship.
“We’re very optimistic and confident,” Lloyd says. “A lot
of that is due to the caliber of people we have on and off the
playing field. We’re working hard to get ready. We’re excited
to have Jonathan back at quarterback and feel like he’ll have
an excellent season. We’re going to need some of the younger
players to step up, but if we stay healthy we’ll be in the run-
ning in the Big South. We have good players and a good
coaching staff. We’ve added some guys that are good coaches
and we think it’s going to pay off.”
The offense and defense square off in a scrimmage at Saturday's first hitting practice at KMHS.
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