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6 .Jan. 5, 2011 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook OWINGSVILLE - The Bath County Wildcats used an explosive 34-7 run during the second quarter to cruise past visiting Nicholas County last week. Host Bath County pulled away and defeated the Jackets 82-27 in the late-December boys' high school basketball matchup between the two familiar foes. Cody House had a game- high 19 points and Jared Ravenscraft 18 to lead Bath County to the convincing victory over the Jackets. Bath County outscored the Jackets in each quarter. The Wildcats led 18-10 at the end of the opening quarter and used the 34-7 run in the second quarter to lead 52-17 at the break. Bath County remained in control during the second half, limiting the Jackets to five points in each of the last two quarters. The Wildcats finished strong by outscoring the Jackets 22-5 during the final period. Twelve different Bath Countyplayerspostedpoints. Luke CarsweU contributed 11 points, joining House and Ravenscraft in double figures. Sam Dye pushed in eight points, George Carpenter and JD Maschino scored six apiece and Mikey Wells added four in Bath County's win. Cable Wright, Carny Anderson, Chase Harem, Brandon Fryman and Caleb Johnson rounded out the Bath County scoring with two points apiece. Nicholas County absorbed its seventh straight loss. The Lady Jackets slipped to 1-7 after suffering the setback. Freshman center Scott Keaton paced Nicholas County with nine points. Junior guard Jordan Bussell was the second- leading scorer for the Jackets, adding five points in the loss. Freshman guard Dalton Pope, sophomore forward Ethan Smith and eighth- grade guard Landon Sexton scored three points apiece for the Jackets. Junior guard Dylan Fryman and freshman forward Josh Mitchell chipped in two points apiece for Nicholas County in the non-district loss. Nicholas County was face Model on Tuesday evening in another road game. The Bath County- and Nicholas County-Model games were both being played at press time. Bath County 82, Nicholas County 27 Nicholas County (27): Keaton 9, Bussell 5, Pope 3, Smith 3, Sextdn 3, Fryman 2, Mitchell 2. Bath County (82): House 19, Ravenscraf~ 18, CarsweU 11, Dye 8, Carpenter 6, Maschino 6, Wells 4, Wright 2, Anderson 2, Harem 2, Fryman 2, Johnson 2. Nicholas County 10 7 5 5-27 Bath County 18 34 18 22-82 Cody House scores on a breakoway layup. The Wildcats defeated Nicholas County 82-27. By Brad Laux Sports Writer The Bath County girls' basketball team had a hard time shaking a pesky Elliott County squad on Monday night at home until a stretch of about three and a half minutes between the end of the third quarter and the start of the fourth. The run allowed the Lady Cats to pull away from the Lady Lions and earn a 63- 56 win. Lexy Grimes was the catalyst in the surge that took the score from 41-40 with 37.6 seconds to play in the third quarter to 54- 43 with 5:02 left in the fourth. "Coach told me to go out there and be a leader and to get it done. We had to take control of the game and we did," she said. During that stretch Grimes had 10 points, made all four of her free throws and collected a steal. "We needed someone to pick us up because we were fiat. Lexy put" us on her shoulders and did a 10t of good things," Bath County coach Mike Murray said. Besides the Lady Cats' scoring surge, Bath County also was able to pull out the victory with its free- throw shooting as the team converted a season-high 20-of-23 foul shots. "We shot 30 percent the other night against Nicholas County and then 87 percent tonight," Murray said. "We know that in tight games that we have to knock down shots and tonight to our credit the kids stepped up and hit them." "Our free-throw shooting literally won us the game," Grimes said. "It was exquisite." Bath County (7-3) jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the game'sfirst three minutes and seven seconds, behind five points and an assist from Grimes, but Elliott County (2-11) buckled down on defense and picked up its offense as the quarter closed with the Lady Cats holding an 11-6 lead. Elliott County kept clawing away at the deficit, largely behind the efforts of Noel Skaggs and Cheyenna Ferguson, as the Lady Lions drew within two at 14-12 with 4:57 to play in the half. After both teams traded baskets, Bath County went on an 8-0 run to pull ahead 25- 14. The hosts'~ maintained that advantage through halftime when it led 32- 19. Bath County did a lot of its damage from the outside, hitting all five 3- pointers it made during the game in the opening 16 minutes. Elliott County answered the bell to start the third quarter. After both teams traded baskets, the visitors scored 13 straight points to tie the game at 34-34 on a pair of Kelsey Ison free throws with 3:58 left in the period. The margin remained within four points throughout the rest of the period, but Elliott County was never able to gain the advantage. Despite committing seven more turnovers in the period than the Lady Lions (eight to one), the Lady Cats took a 43-40 edge into the final quarter. The hosts opened the fourth period by notching the nine straight points over the first minute and 21 seconds. Elliott County closed within four at 56-52 after a Brittany Worthington layup with 3:08 remaining on the clock, forcing Murray to call a time out. "Once we tried to start stretching the lead, we played a like a young team and didn't understand time and situation and let / New Year! I hope that the new year brings you much joy and happiness. 2011 began with warm weather and a hint of sunshine, but colder temperatures came back to the Commonwealth today. Personally, it was a good sports weekend for me. The Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Louisville Cardinals on Friday and the Steelers clinched a first round bye in the NFL play-offs with a 41- 9 victory over the Browns. To make it better, it appears as if we may be fortunate enodgh to be in school for the entire first week of the new year and we have a full slate of home basketball games- YES! Although it has been a while since we were in school, the WildCats and LadyCats have been busy. The LadyCats, after winning the Portland Christian tournament, have lost two in a row. On Tuesday, the 'Cats, trailing 19-18 in the second quarter, saw Fleming County go on a 11-1 run to take a 30-19 halftime lead. The team could not find an answer to the Panthers' aggressive defense and Fleming County pawed the LadyCats en route to a 64-44 win. The loss was the second for the LadyCats in District play. On Thursday, the team travelled to Carlisle to take on Nicholas County. Trailing most of the game, the LadyCats would take the lead early in the fourth quarter, but could not hold on. The Lady Jackets would prevail by a score of 52-39. As the new year begins, LadyCats' record stands at 6-3 and Coach Mike Murray hopes that his team can get well at home; the LadyCats will host three games this week. Coach Deron Breeze and the WildCats hosted Nicholas County on Thursday night and found that the BlueJackets had little sting as the 'Cats cruised to a 82-27 victory. With members from the 1977 10th Region championship team in attendance, the WildCats put on a show. Cody House scored nineteen points to lead the team's offensive output, but ten other players would dent the scoring column for the 'Cats. Sam Dye pulled down twelve rebounds and Jared Ravenscraft completed a double-double with eighteen points and ten boards of his own. The WildCats' record stands at 9-2, with Rowan County coming to town on Tuesday night for a 61st District showdown. With a home game scheduled for five of the next six nights, you will have plenty of opportunity to see our basketball programs in action. I hope to see you soon! Athletic Schedule (1/3-1/8/2011) Monday, January 3rd GBK vs. Elliot Co. 6:00/7:30 Tuesday, January 4th BBK vs Rowan Co. 6:00/7:30 Wednesday, January 5th MSBBK @ Morgan Co. 5:30/6:30/7:30 Thursday, January 6th GBK vs. Lee Co. 6:00/7:30 MSBBK vs. Nicholas Co. 5:30/6:30/7:30 Lakeshore Restaurant & Spirits (Formerly know as Carnico Restaurant Bar and Grill) 800 N Shore Drive Carlisle, Ky 40311 859-289-5400 Thursday Nigh Specials Thru January Country Fried Steak- 21 Pc Shrimp - 2 Pc Chicken $5.99 Thursday Nigh Bar Specials Miller Light - Bud Light - Long Necks $1.65 Friday Nigh Special Thru January . All U Can Eat - Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Tossed Salad and Bread $7.99 Friday Nigh Bar Specials Coors Light- Budweiser - Long Necks $1.65 Upcoming Events 01/08 - Domino 01/14-15 - Spencer Creek 01/22 - JOJO Gunn 01/29 - Domino 8:30 - 12:30 Dinner Served Saturday Nights from 5-9 Banquet room available for private parties and wedding receptions Friday, January 7th BBK vs. Jackson Co. 6:0017:30 Saturday, January 8th GBK vs. Powell Co. 6:00/7:30 CALL HEF Elliott County back in it," he said. Both teams struggled with foul trouble down the stretch, but Bath County was able to convert most of its free-throw attempts (5-for-6 in the final twb minutes and two seconds), while the Lady Lions were only 2-of-4 during that time, and the hosts were able to hold on for the win. Grimes finished with 19 points, including scoring eight in the fourth quarter, to lead the Lady Lions. She also added six assists, three rebounds and three steals. Hannah Everman chipped in 11 points, while Erica Toy tallied 10 points, five rebounds, three assists and two blocks. Jessica Hatton contributed eight points, 10 rebounds and three assists. Kara Collins also added five rebounds and two steals. Bath County had a decisive advantage on the boards at 41-34, including grabbing 15 offensive rebounds to Elliott County's six.The Lady Cats also had 14 assists to the Lady Lions' six. Skaggs finished with a career-high 18 points to lead Elliott County. She also contributed five rebounds, five assists and two steals. Ferguson chipped in 11 points and six rebounds, while Worthington tallied 11 points, three rebounds and two steals. Ison added 10 points and nine rebounds, while Bethany Porter contributed six rebounds. 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