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The Kings Mountain Herald |
Page 5B
Bailey Tate, a rising 9th grader at North
Gaston High School, pulled down 6th and
8th place rankings at the ninth annual Na-
tional Junior High Finals Rodeo (NJHFR) in-
Gallup, New Mexico, last week.
Tate, who made the long trip with three
fellow North Carolina National Junior High
rodeo teammates, won 6th place in Barrel
Racing and 8th in Pole Bending.
“This is the biggest event, prestige-wise,
that she’s competed in yet,” said her grand-
father Randy Franklin, who attended the
seven-day event along with Tate’s mother
Kim Tate (Franklin) Stines and her brother
Jayden, 10.
Featuring more than 1,000 contestants
from 41 states, including Alaska, five Cana-
dian provinces and Australia, the National
Junior High Finals Rodeo is the world’s
largest junior high rodeo. In addition to com-
peting for more than $75,000 in prizes, Na-
tional Junior High Finals Rodeo contestants
like Tate, 14, vied for more than $100,000 in
college scholarships and the chance to be
named the National Junior High Finals
Rodeo National Champion.
Live broadcasts of each National Junior High
Finals performance were broadcast online at
Tate, who took up competitive riding at
Contributed Photo
Bailey Tate took sixth place in National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Gallup, New Mexico.
Tate has good showing
in National Jr. Rodeo
age 7, is no stranger to winning. At 10 earned
fifth place at the 12 and under Youth World
Championship in Jackson, Mississippi. Last
year, she was the Youth 1D champion saddle
winner at Double HH Ranch in Kings Moun-
tain, and placed third in the Ed Brown IPRA .
Rodeo. Tate was also an A Honor Roll stu-
dent at W.C. Friday Middle School.
“Bailey got to meet a lot of people — got
to know people she competes with on the
state level” at the New Mexico event, said
Tate wasn’t the only member of her fam-
ily who saw some action.
On Saturday her younger brother spotted
an unattended truck that was rolling because
it had been left in gear. The youngster re-
sponded quickly and jumped into the cab of
the truck, which was hooked to a trailer car-
rying horses, and brought it to a stop.
“He said it himself and he’s right — he
saved the day,” the boy’s grandfather said.
“People could have been hurt.”
Later this month Tate heads to Perry, Ga.,
to compete in the National Barrel Horse As-
sociation (NBHA) Days.
Tate is sponsored by Dr. David White,
DDS, PA, Orthodontist, Gastonia, Southern
States farm supply of Gastonia, and the Dou-
ble HH Ranch of Kings Mountain.
For more National Junior High Finals Rodeo
results, visit
Post 1535 drops first two
in Area IV Legion playoffs
Kings Mountain Post 155 was facing
elimination from the Area IV playoffs in a
scheduled doubleheader Tuesday night at
Lancaster Field.
After five days of postponements due to
heavy rains, the best-of-five series finally got
underway Monday night at Hickory with
Hickory winning 8-0 and 16-2.
Should KM be successful and win two
Tuesday, the series would move back to
Hickory today for the deciding game. A
Hickory win Tuesday would end the series
and send them into the second round against
the winner of the Gaston Braves-Rutherford
County series beginning tonight.
Kings Mountain held tough in game one
before Hickory scored four runs in the sixth
inning to put the game away.
Game two was tied at 2-all before Hick-
ory scored five runs in the second inning to
take command and put the game away on the
10-run mercy rule after five innings.
After going 6-1 to lead the East Division,
Post 155 has dropped eight of its last ten
on sale
Sports passes for the
2013-14 school year are on
sale at Kings Mountain High
- An all-sports pass is
$100. It admits one person to
every KMHS home regular
season sporting event and in-
cludes a reserved seat for
every home football game as
well as a reserved parking
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seats with backs cost an ad-
First ditional $10 for the season.
: i i - The Mountaineer Pass is
Freebie Taking a Rip $150 and admits two people
to every KMHS home regu-
Contributed Photo [ar season sporting event. It
Jake Lancaster, 19, is a blink away from clobbering a softball ;c1udes reserved seats for
gecond in hitting practice on a muggy Thursday afternoon in Jake (yo people to every home
bie Early Athletic Park. Lancaster plays in a recreational league f,4tball game as well as re-
Free in Gastonia and with a church league in Kings Mountain. He served parking for home
attends A New Beginning Baptist Church on Dixon School Rd. games and membership to
the KMHS Booster Club.
: : Seats with backs cost an ad-
Third KMHS tennis tryouts to begin ditional $10 each and chil-
Freebie dren can be added for $30
Try-outs for the Kings required to have a physical each (grades K-12). :
Mountain High School ten- on file before they can par- -A football season pass is
nis team will begin on ticipate. $45 and admits one person
Thursday, August 1. Meet at For more information to every home regular season
the high school tennis courts
at 5 p.m.
All student athletes are
contact Coach Rick Hender-
son via email at Rick.Hen-
game as well as a reserved
seat with back for the sea-

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