PAGE 8, KINGS MOUNTAIN MIRROR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1971
Yes, It’s Cold!
David Bolin,15, Hands Off To Marshall Logan, 26.
Season With Four Wins
Kings Mountain High School’s football team
closed out its 1971 season Friday night at John
Gamble Stadium, losing a 43-18 decision to
The loss gives the Mountaineers a final re
cord of four wins, four losses and two ties.
The win earned Lincolnton second place in the
Southwestern conference and the Wolves will
go against unbeaten South Point Friday night
in the first round of the association playoffs.
Kings Mountain was never in the game here
Friday in suffering its worst loss of the year.
Lincolnton jumped off to a 13-0 halftime lead,
increased it to 20-0 in the third quarter and
put 23 points on the board in the fourth quarter.
The Wolves ran up 384 yards rushing in win
ning their fifth straight ^ter three consecutive
early-season losses. Lincolnton added 94
yards through the air.
Kings Mountain managed just 133 yards rush
ing but David Bolin added 120 through the air.
Seventy of Bolin’s passing yards came on a
fourth period touchdown passed to Gerald
Two junior halfbacks, Billy MurphyandFred
Dalrymple, were the big guns in Lincolnton’s
victory. Murphy gained 132 yards and scored
three touchdowns and Dalrymple gained 124
yards and scored twice.
Murphy scored on runs of two, nine and 33
yards while Dalrymple went home from six
and two yards. Lincolnton’s other touchdowns
came on a 50-yard run by Randy High. The
Wolves also scored a safety when Marty Reid
rackled KM’s Marshall Logan In the end zone
In the fourth period.
Logan scored from three yards out, John
Grier scored on a three-yard runand Owensby
hauled in the 70-yard TD toss from Bolin for
Kings Mountain’s three touchdowns.
The victory was Lincolnton’s first over Kings
Mountain since 1968 and the win couldn’t have
come at a better time. Coupled with Shelby’s
13-12 loss to East Rutherford, it meant second
place and a playoff berth for the WoUpack.
Lincolnton, which was scored over 200 points
in winning its last five games, will be seeking
the near-impossible in its own park Friday
night against South Point, a club which handed
the Wolves a 42-0 shellacking earlier in the
The Mountaineers will have to sit back and
wait until next year when they hope for better
days under new head coach Bob Jones.
Passes Int. By
Gerald Owen8by,82, Catches A Pass And Goes For A T.D. In 2nd. Half.
John Grier, 32, Puts A Move On A Wolf!
Marshall Logan,26, Finds Little Room Running.