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News Outlook Yollr Hometown Newspaper January 16, 2014 - 9 e Sec Players honored at BCMS Football Banquet Jake Porter Gabe Swartz Lane Rogers Alden Oldfield Andy McFarland Chuckle Withrow Logan Haskins Landan Swart Marvin Ball Austin Reed Cameron Corbin Brian Donohue By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Bath County Middle School 7th and 8th Grade Football teams held then annual banquet Sunday eve- ning at the middle school cafeteria. Coaches, parents, and Supt. Harvey Tackett were on hand to honor the achievements and hard work of 43 young men who put together a winning sea- son for the school The 7th Grade Team had a very strong 2013 season, winning the EKC Champi- onship and making it the second round of the state tournament. 7th Graders Austin Reed and Landan Swartz and 8th Grader Marvin Ball were all selected to play for the teams representing Ken- tucky in the 2013 Football University National Cham- pionship. The 7th Grade Kentucky team triumphed over Arkansas and Ten- nessee in the first round of play and made it all the way to Atlanta for the second round. 7th Grader David "Pee- wee" Lewis was selected to play in the 2013 Kentucky Middle School Football As- sociation's East - West All Star Game. It was a bittersweet eve- ning for first-year Coach Jimmy Anderson, who an- nounced his resignation from the program due to finances. He fought back tears to praise his young players for their character, fight, and winning spirit through the season. The Bath County High School Quarterback Club, including Ira and Amble Kilburn, also presented the school with a large banner commemorating the 7th Grader's winning season. Congratulations to all of these young players for their very successful sea- son. Best wishes for the 7th Graders for the 2014 sea- son and for next semester's BCHS Freshmen players! Most Improved Hayer 7th Grade -Jake Porter 8th Grade - Dillon Mont- gomery (not presen0 Lineman of the Year 7th Grade - Gabe Swartz 8th Grade - Gabe Jones (not presen0 110% Award 7th Grade - Lane Rogers 8th Grade -Alden Old- field Special Teams Hayer of the Year 7th Grade - Andy Mc- Farland 8th Grade - Bryson Mc- Carty (not presen0 Wildcat Courage Award 7th Grade -Chuckie Withrow 8th Grade - Logan Haskins Offensive Hayer of the Year 7th Grade - Landan Swart 8th Grade - Marvin Ball Defensive Hayer of the Year 7th Grade - Austin Reed 8th Grade - Cameron Corbin Unsung Hero Award (for character, attitude, work ethic, and humility) 8th Grader Brian Dono- hue Dr. Kassis is happy to introduce Torrie Furman, APRN will )oin our practice beginning this February. Torrie is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner is experienced in managing Acute and Chronic condi- with particular interests in health promotion, disease and diagnosis and management of common problems for patients of all ages. Torrie and her family currently reside in Morehead. will be available on a full time basis at our Owingsville and is excited to become a part of our team as we provide our patients with the highest quality compassionate care. Our sville Office is located at 17 Miller Drive (inside Bath Hometown Pharmacy) This office will be open FULL TIME in February, and will also be open on Saturdays from l Oam- l pm for your convenience. Hours'Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday 8:30 - 7:30 p.m. (Evening Clinic) Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. # ',