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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper January 16, 2014,15 EXTENSION NEWS/SPORTS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY" College of Agricuhure Gary Hamilton Cooperative Extention Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Martha Perkins Cooperative Extention Agent for Family and Con- sumer Sciences Terrance Clemons Extension Agent for 4-H Extension News cont. from page 14 In addition, consumption of salt without water avail- able can result in salt poi- soning which often results in death of the animal. Cold temperatures will increase maintenance en- ergy needs. Producers ei- ther need to increase their animals' feed intake or in- crease the energy density of the diet by feeding high- er quality hay or adding grain to the ration. Consid- er separating younger and thinner animals that may not have the same internal insulation as conditioned older animals and supple- ment them accordingly or offer them higher quality forage if available. Take care of yourself too. Keep an extra set of clothes and a blanket in your truck. If you get wet while doing chores, being able to change into dry clothes quickly could be the difference between finishing chores with just a nuisance - or getting hypotherr0ia.  ,tra. pm"r of'dry loots is. 8 great plan too. Let someone know when you are going out and always take a cell phone in the event of an emergency. If you get into trouble, then you can't be the caregiver of your live- stock that you want to be. Kentucky Farm Start Program Kentucky Farm Start is a program to assist new and beginning farmers with 10 years or less experi- ence. During the program, participants will learn to evaluate their land, labor, and other resources to make management deci- sions that are profitable for their farming operation. Throughout this process, producers will be provided basic information on pro- duction, marketing, man- agement, and networking which are necessary for beginning farmers to suc- ceed in today's dynamic agriculture environment. Kentucky Farm Start is sponsored by the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment and Cooperative Exten- sion Service Offices in Bath, Menifee, Montgom- ery and Rowan Counties. First session of this eight session program will be Tuesday evening, January 21st, 6:30 pm in the Bath County Extension Office with remaining sessions rotating between Bath and Montgomery County Extension Offices. Those wishing to participate or needing additional infor- marion should call their County Extension Office. Preregister at your Exten- sion Office by Monday, January 20th, Bath County Exten- sion District Board Meeting January 22, 2014 The Bath County Exten- sion District Board will meet Wednesday, January 22 at 6:30 PM in Owings- ville at the Bath County Extension Office. This meeting is open to the pub- lic. Price leads Bath over Menifee Sophomore forward Lady Cats added to their son (five points), Mar- Sarah Price scored 13 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead Bath County to a con- vincing 65-46 victory !over 61st District rival Menifee County on Sat- urday. Junior guard Tayler Rogers added 10 points for the Lady Cats, who improved to 9-3 overall after posting the win. With the loss, Menifee County fell to 8-7. Megan Leach scored nine points on three 3-pointers and Jasmine Flowers added eight for Bath County, which re- ceived points from nine different players. Sierra Sparks (five points), Chrissy Hall (five points), Morgan Howard (four points) and Christa Jamison (four points) also provid- ed scoring for the Lady Cats. Bath County owned a lead at the end of each quarter. The productive lead in each of the first three periods. After exit- ing the opening quarter ahead 17-11, Bath Coun- ty outscored Menifee County 21-11 in the sec- ond period to lead 38-22 at halftime. The Lady Cats put the game out of Menifee County's collective reach in the third quarter, thriv- ing during a 21-4 run. Bath County shot 43.4 percent (23 of 53) from the field. The Lady Cats were five of 17 (29.4 per- cent) from 3-point range. Bath County was 14 of 24 (58.3 percent) from the foul line in the dis- trict game. Sophomore forward/ center Ashton Woodard led Menifee County with a game-high 14 points. Accompanying Woodard in double figures, junior guard/forward Code Baldwin added 10 points for Menifee County. Elizabeth Dotson (six points), Ailee Law- riah Back (five points) and Drew Evans (three points) also landed in Menifee Countyrs scor- ing column. Menifee County was 23 of 32 from the foul line in the district matchup. With the win, Bath County completed a regular-season sweep. When the two district rivals met earlier in the season on Dec. 10, Bath County defeated Me- nifee County 67-37. Bath County 65, Me- nifee County 46 Menifee County (46): Woodard 14, Baldwin 10, Dotson 6, Evans 3, Lawson 5, Back 5. Bath County (65): Sparks 5, Rogers 10, Price 13, Porter 7, Flowers 8, Howard 4, Jamison 4, Hall 5, Leach 9. Menifee County. .... 11 11 4 20-46 Bath County ........... 17 21 21 6-65 Photo by Ron Weaver Christa Jamison drives the baseline for the score against Menifee. The Ladycats defeated Menifee County 65-46. Maze, Becraft lead Cats over Menifee Photo by Ron Weaver Caden Messer scores ahead on the fast break. Ceden went 5-5 from the free throw line to seal the win for Bath County 60-55. Lady Cats drop Blake Maze scored 19 points, Mac Becraft chipped in 11 and eight other teammates added scoring as Bath Co,mty grinded out a hard-fought win over Menifee County on Saturday, defeating the Wildcats 60-55. Bath County overcame a slow start. Starting strong, Menifee County led Bath County 14-9 at the end of the first quarter. But the host Wildcats managed to move out in front, again. Bath County battled back to lead, owing an advan- tage at the conclusion of each of the last three quar- ters. The Wildcats outscored Menifee County 21-15 in the second quarter to lead 30-29 at halffime. Bath County edged Me- nifee County 14-13 in the third quarter before using a three-point scoring edge in the final period to post the five-point district win. Caden Messer scored eight points, Ty Rogers seven, Hunter Johnson four and Jake Mitchell three for Bath County's Wildcats Zach Horton, Noah Pat- ton and Maverick High- ley rounded out the Bath County scoring with two points apiece. Three Menifee County players reached double figures in the scoring col- umn. Thomas Chaney led Menifee County with a game-high 19 points. Jor- dan Mann netted 12 points and Tyler Thacker tossed in 11 for the Wildcats. Finishing one shot off double figures, Trevor Rose added eight points for Menifee County in the district loss. Cullen Hacker (two points), Trevor Rafliff (two points) and Ethan Workman (one point) also scored for Menifee County in the district contest. Bath County avenged a loss from earlier in the sea- son. When the two teams met in Frenchburg on Dec. 13, Menifee County game to Dunbar The Bath County Lady Cats had a two-game winning streak snapped on Thursday at Paul Laurence Dunbar. Host Dunbar used a scoring advantage over Bath County in each quarter to defeat the Lady Cats 61-34. Senior guard Sha- keema Jackson paced Dunbar with a team- high 18 points. Junior forward Merissa Mar- row and senior forward/ center Brooke Todd fol- lowed, adding 16 points apiece as part of a bal- anced Dunbar offensive effort. The Lady Bulldogs fared well early, outscor- ing Bath County 20-13 in the opening quarter. After a low-scoring sec- ond quarter, Dunbar led 28-16 at halftime. The Lady Cats re- mained within a dozen or so points of Dunbar throughout the third quarter. But Dunbar fin- ished strong to post the win. Narrowly missing double figures, Ezhau- naai Ighodaro netted nine points for the Lady Bulldogs. Rounding out the Dun- bar scoring, Nicole Arm- strong finished with two points. Sophomore forward Sarah Price paced Bath County with 20 points and 13 rebounds, both of which were game-highs. Price was the only Bath County scorer to reach double figures. Sierra Sparks fol- lowed, adding six points for the Lady Cats. Tay- ler Rogers scored five points, Jasmine Flow- ers three and Haleigh Porter two for the Bath County girls  basketball team. The Lady Cats shot 25.0 percent (13 of 52) from the field en route to the loss. Bath Coun- ty was two of 15 from 3-point range. The Lady Cats were eight of 14 (57.1 per- cent) from the foul line. Holding its own inside, Bath County claimed 30 total rebounds. Paul Dunbar 61, Bath County 36 Bath County (36): Price 20, Sparks 6, Rog- ers 5, Porter 2, Flowers 3. Paul Dunbar (61): Armstrong 2, Ighodaro 9, Jackson 18, Marrow 16, Todd 16. Bath County. ..... 13 3 13 7-36 Paul Dunbar ...... 20 8 14 19-61