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    Pag* 4A-KINGS MOUMTAW HERALD-Thunday. October 9. 1990
Junior High Patriots Take Over First Place
Kings Mountain Junior
High’s footballers took over first
place in the Western Association
Monday afternoon when they
whipped previously unbeaten
Crest 26-18.
The Patriots, 2-0-1, travel to
Burns todav and come home
next Thursday for their first
home game against East
McDowell.
yards rushing and Jordan scored
three touchdowns.
Curt Pressley and Arnold Jor
dan led the offense in Monday's
victory. Pressley scored one
touchdown and gained 109
The Patriots broke on top 6-0
with 8:58 left in the first half
when Todd Cloninger passed 10
yards to Pressley. The TD was
set up on a fumble recovery deep
MajorieBaityWins Grid Contest
The Baity family of 906
Sharon Drive, Kings Mountain,
is taking all our money!
For the second time in five
w eeks, a member of that clan has
claimed the S75 prize in the
Herald’s Pick The Winners foot
ball contest.
Three weeks ago, it was Lisa
KM Netters
Win Pair
Of Matches
Kings Mountain High’s girls
netters won a pair of matches
during the past week to run their
Southwestern 3-A Conference to
2-0 and their overall mark to 4-2.
The Mountainettes edged the
Charlotte Latin B team 5-4
Thursday afternoon at the
KMHS courts and defeated
South Point 8-1 Monday.
Kings Mountain won two of
the three doubles matches after
dividing the singles matches to
edge out the powerful Latin
team.
“Our number one and two
girls, Bridget Glass and Kim
Moss, played exceptionally good
matches in both singles and
douWes,” said Coach Ed Guy.
The Mountainettes are
scheduled to host Crest in a
SWe match today and travel to
R-S Central Monday for a
makeup match.
THE RESULTS
(SinglM)
Bridget Glass (KM) def. Carol
Enson (L) 6-0, 6-2.
Kim Moss (KM) def. Margaret
Hughes (L) 6-1, 6-3.
Mindy Levene (L) def. Jamie
Humphries (KM) 7-5, 64.
Wanda Witherspoon (KM)
def. Ann Roddey (L) 7-6,6-2.
Mary Goode (L) def. Suzanne
Thornburg (KM) 6-3, 6-3.
Sara Maker (L) def. Robin
Ramsey (KM) 6-2, 6-1.
(Doublas)
Glass-Moss (KM) def. Enson-
Hughes (L) 6-0, 6-0.
Humphries-Witherspoon (KM
def. Lcvene-Copcland (L) 8-2.
Goode-Evans (L) def.
Thomburg-Ramsev (K.M) 64,
64.
SOUTH POINT
(SinglM)
Glass def. Lisa Murphv 6-1,
64.
Moss def. Roma Dudko 6-1,
6-1.
Humphries def. Kim Bucker
6-2, 6-1.
Witherspoon def. Shelly Wit-
zke 6-0, 6^.
Thornburg def. Kelly Oates
■^-5,7-5.
Sherry Featherstone (SP) def.
Ramsey 6-2, 8-6.
(DoubU*)
Glass-Moss def. Murphy-
Dudko 6-2,6-1.
Humphries-Witherspoon def.
Bucker-Oates 6-1,64.
Ramsey-Tina Forbes def.
Postell-Paich 6-2,6-3.
over Huss, .Asheville over
.\shbrook. West Lincoln over
Bessemer City, Cherryville over
East Lincoln, Clemson over
VPI, North Carolina over
Georgia Tech, Wake Forest over
William and Mary, Indiana over
Duke, .Appalachian over Mar
shall, Pitt over Maryland, Penn
State over .Missouri, Oklahoma
over Colorado and Texas A&M
over Texas Tech.
in Crest territory.
Kings Mountain made it 12-0
with 4:36 left in the half when
Jordan intercepted a pass and
returned it 60 yards for a score.
Crest came back two minutes
later to cut the lead to 12-6, scor
ing on a 40-yard pass.
The host team tied it in the
third quarter, scoring on a 57
yard run with 845 showing on
the clock.
With 3:48 left in the third,
Pressley passed 40 yards to Jor
dan for a TD, and then ran for a
two-point conversion to make it
20-12.
Crest made it 20-18 with 2:29
left in the quarter with a 60 yard
touchdown pass.
The Patriots closed out the
scoring with 6:26 remaining in
the game w hen Pressley threw a
20 yard touchdow n pass to Jor
dan.
Kings .Mountain got off
another drive late in the game
and was on the Crest 10 when
time expired.
The ^triots finished w ith 229
yards total offense to 169 for
Crest. Pressley had 109 yards,
Jordan 60, Jeff Chapman nine
and Thomas Putnam two. Clon
inger connected on 2-of4 passes.
Pressley 2-of4 and Brad
Reynolds 3-of4. Heath Chap
man caught two passes for 48
yards, Pressley two for 16 and
Jordan two for 30.
“That was one of the best
ballgames we’ve played,” noted
Coach David Heffner. "The line
blocked well, especially Rod
Lewis, who did a real good job at
tackle. He kept their defensise
end out.”
Heffner cited Johnny Y arbro,
Jeff Stokes, Shawn Rainey, and
Randy W'hitaker for their pass
blocking and Jeff Chapman and
Thomas Putnam for their block
ing in the backfield. Shane Bur-
ton played a good all-round of
fensive game, he said.
On defense, David Parker,
Rainey, Jamie Black, Calvin
Goode, Lewis, Chapman.
Pressley, Whitaker, Burton, and
Jordan stood out.
Baity, a Western Carolina
University student who has
faithfully entered the contest
ever since it began.
Last week, the winner was
Lisa’s mother, .Marjorie White
Baity, who guessed 19 of the 20
winners. She expected Virginia
to upset West Virginia in a col
lege game, but the Cavaliers let
her down.
That was fine, though,
because the other 19 correct
picks were more than enough for
the Kings Mountain secretary to
claim the money. .A large
number of contestants missed
only tw o games.
Mrs. Baity correctly picked
Burns over South Point, Crest
over Kings IVlountain, Shelby-
over North Gaston, East Gaston
over R-S Central, Chase over
East Rutherford, McDowell
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