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2 February 04, 2021 «Your COMMUNITY News Outlook 61$! nistrict BaSIielllall' tries to bounce back from. com this week By Cecil LawSon KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Nobody thought it would be a cake walk to start the . 2020-21 high school basketball season amid the COVID-19 pan- demic. Teams across the state, including the 61st Dis- trict, have had to deal with both homegrown and op- posing team COVID—re- lated cancellations early in this season, which was allowed to tip-off starting Jan. 4. Here. are where the teams of the 61st District stand as February begins: Boys ' Bath County The Bath County Wild- cats, under Coach Bart Williams, were 1-2 on the season when the team endured COVID cancel- lations from Jan. 11 — 30, missing 10 games. They started off this week with a single point loss on Tuesday at Fair- ' U.S.D.C. admissable view in overtime, 58-57. They are scheduled to travel to Burgin on Thurs- day, and host Rose Hill Christian on Friday and West Carter on Saturday afternoon for Homecom- ing. Next Tuesday they host East Garter and 61st District 'rival Fleming County next Wednesday. Fleming County The Fleming County Panthers, coached by Buddy Biggs, is cur- rently 2—4, on the season and have missed only 2 games so far due to CO- ‘VID cancellations. Last week the Panthers got a win over St. Patrick, 6356, but fell to Harrison County on Friday, 88-53, and Augusta on Saturday, 84-76. The Panthers were scheduled to travel to Lewis County on Wednes- day, and host Mason County on Friday. They travel to Powell County on Saturday, and next Tuesday go on the road again to Morgan County. Menifee County Pointe property case in the United States District Court case of . 11": '1 .‘ False Testimon The Menifee County Wildcats, led by Coach Tim Swartz, are strug- gling with a 1-10 record so far this season, includ- ing three straight losses last week to Rowan, 73- 36, Elliott, 76-50, and Floyd Central, 93-71. This week they were scheduled to travel to Nicholas County on Wednesday, Morgan County on Thursday, and host Rose Hill Christian next Tuesday and West Carter on Thursday Rowan County The Rowan County Vikings leads the 61st District with a 5-1 record so far this season under Coach Shawn Thacker and have missed 5 sched- uled games due to CO- VID. Last week they racked up wins over Menifee County, 73-36, and West Jessamine, 6338. This week they have had two COVID cancel- lations against Ashland Blazer and East Carter. Their next scheduled game is a road trip to Morgan County on Satur- day, followed by a home game against Elliott County on Monday. Girls ' Bath County The Bath County Lady- cats, under Coach Mark. Collier, had their season on hold from Jan. 12 —' 26, and are 1-3 as they head into this Week. They got their first win of the season last Friday, 54-36, on the road at Bracken County. They are scheduled to host Breathitt County on Wednesday and Augusta on Thursday and travel to face off again against Breathitt next Tuesday. Two previously sched- uled games this week against Fairview and Raceland, have been can: celled. Fleming County The Fleming County Lady Panthers, coached by Melanie Rogers, are 1-5 this season and have had games already can- celled due to COVID, in- cluding four scheduled games last week. This week they will face Mason County at home on Friday, Mar- tin County on the road Saturday, and Elliott at home on Monday. Menifee County The Menifee County Ladycats, coached by Paul Ricker, got out to a decent 2—2 start this sea- son before hitting the COVID wall and having all games cancelled from Jan. 19 to this Tuesday. They have two home, games scheduled for this ‘ week, against Russell on Friday and East Carter on Saturday. They are scheduled to travel to, Fairview on Monday and] take on Rowan County at} home on Wednesday. Rowan County The Rowan County Lady Vikings, , underj Coach Matt Stokes, are; 0-3 so far this season and: had most of their games; cancelled from Jan. 11 —‘, 29. ‘ This week they will try, J again and head to Mor—Q gan County on Thursday; to Ashland Blazer on, Saturday, and to George: Rogers Clark on Tues-i’ day. . { Get, Not seated. D ens" nrwnn Blue rass Dutch Trust vs SOMETHING NEW ‘ ATTHE ICRLISLE MERCY weMum-admit.Mmaewwan We carry Frd, Case, Oliver, Farmall, Allis Chalmers tractors and more! 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