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8 February 11, 2009 Your Hometown Newspaper SPORIS Bath County News-Outlook ' Lady Cats fail to Russell RUSSELL - The Bath County Lady Cats were held" to five points in the first half Saturday in a road loss to Russell. Host Rus- sell defeated Bath'County 44-26 in the non-district girls' high school basket- ball game. Senior guard/forward Kelsey Simpson led an ex- tremely balanced Russell offensive effort. Simpson paced Russell with a game- high 17 points. Freshman guard Ga- brielle Cassity scored 12 points and junior forward Kayla Parsley pushed in 10 for the Lady Devils. Russell played well in the opening quarter, outscor- ing Bath County 12-5. The Lady Devils played even better in the second quarter, blanking Bath County 11-0 en route to a commanding 23-5 halftime advantage. Bath County cut into the Russell lead in the third quarter, but was unable to chip away enough to pull even with or get past the Lady Devils. The Lady Cats outscored Russell 11-7 in the third quarter, enjoying a sol- id eight-minute stretch - both offensively and de- fensively. Russell closed the game out in solid fashion, out- scoring Bath County 14-8 in the fourth quarter. The Lady Devils moved to 6-12 after defeating Bath County. Erica Toy led Bath Coun- ty with eight points. Ginny Adams added seven points for the Lady Cats. Lexy Grimes scored five points, Chelsea Razor tossed in four and Jennifer Hurst had two for Bath County. The Bath County girls' basketball team dropped to 5-13 following its fifth straight loss. Russell 44 Bath Co. 26 Bath Co. (5-13) - Razor 4, Hurst 2, Adams 7, Grimes 5, Toy 8. Russell (6-12) - Hanson 2, Simpson 17, Cassity 12, Parsley 10, Baldridge 3. Bath Co. 5 0 11 8-26 Russell 12 11 7 14-44 Diamond H Saddle Club Meeting The 4-H Saddle Club will be conducting its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Febru- ary 17th at 6:30 pm, in the County Extension Large Conference Room, on East Hwy. 60, in Owingsville. Throughout the meeting, members and leaders will be discussing upcoming riding events and clinics. A horse program will also be con- ducted by a current member of the Saddle Club. To be 4-H News part" of the Diamond H Sad- die Club you don't have to own a horse or know how to ride one. All ages and fam- ily members are welcome 4-H Trap Shooting Safety Class The 4-H Trap Shooting Team will be conducting a safety class for current and new members at 6:30 pm, on Tuesday, February 24th, in Extension Large Confer- ence Room, on East Hwy. 60, Owingsville. This class will be offered to any youth from ages 9 to 19 years of age. Participants will be introduced to the proper techniques of handling their weapon, alignment, body po- sitioning and overall safety of this rewardingsport. The goal of this class is to teach young shooters the neces- sary skills and to develop the confidence to be success- ful. This class will be in- structed by a certified 4-H Shooting coach with many years of experience in this shooting discipline. : T Candies 7 The Girls at McNeill's Blossom Shoppe wish you a Happy Valentine's DIRT CHEAP PRICE; LUMBER FRAMING LUMBER TREATED LUMBER HEMLOCK LUMBER LOG CABIN SIDING POPLAR FLOORING WOOD CEILINGS OSB & PLYWOOD T111SIDING TRUSSES CABINETS KITCHEN KOMPACT WELLBORN FENCING 1X6- 6 OAK 1X6-16 TR OPLAR FENCE POST ROOFING SHINGLES METAL ROOFING VINYL SIDING 8 COLORS IN STOCK J BLOCK & VENTS WINDOWS NEW CONSTRUCTION REPLACEMENT LANDSCAPE PRODUCTS RETAINING WALLS PATIO PAVERS LIMESTONE & CREEK ROCK MARBLE CHIPS & LAVA ROCK STEEL REBAR & WIRE MESH STORAGE CONTAINERS SALES AND RENTAL 20' AND 40' UNITS DOORS 40 DOORS ON DISPLAY INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR Bath Middle teams sweep Menifee squads FRENCHBURG- , The Bath County Middle School boys' basketball teams swept Menifee County squads on Satur- day. The BCMS eighth grade won 57-i9, the sev- enth grade prevailed 35- 17 and the sixth grade edged its Menifee Coun- ty opposition 24-23. The Bath County eighth grade team, returning to the court after a two-week layoff, jumped out to a 29-10 halftime lead and coasted to an easy win. Clark Kissick led the way with 13 points followed by Brandon Fryman with 10. Spencer Taul added eight while Joe Snedegar and Tyler Wright scored seven each. Kissick and Snede- gar led the Cats with a game-high nine rebounds apiece. Cable Wright dished out a game-high. 10 assists for the Cats. The Bath Coun- ty eighth grade team im- proved to 15-2 on overall and 6-0 in the conference. The Bath County sev- enth grade team also posted a win over Me- nifee County, prevailing 35-17. Keegan Sammons and Patrick Toy each had 10 points to lead the Bath County seventh grade team. Jordan Highley added seven points and Spencer Taul chipped in offensively with six points. The win improved Bath Countfs conference record to 5-1, giving the Owingsville team a tie for the regular-season title. The Bath County sixth grade team won an excit- ing game 24-23 over Me- nifee County. Chris Stull made two free throws with 30 seconds left to earn the win for visiting Bath Coun- ty. Taborn Kissick led the Bath County sixth grade team with 10 ioints. Bath, County will host Menifee County Wednesday, Feb. 11 in the first round of the conference tournament. The seventh grade game : will start at 5:30 p.m. with the eighth grade game to - follow. The ch0mpionship games will be the follow- ing Wednesday (Feb. 18). Photo su//ttod Ginnie Adams scores in- side against Menifee. The Bath County Ladycats lost to Menifee County 63-46. BATH COUNTY CHURCHES OF GOD INDOOR CAMP MEETING ! (Services at the Owingsville First Church of God 320 Slate Avenue, Owingsvflle, Ky.) Sunday-Friday February 15- 20, 2009 6:30 pre-service 7 p.m. Worship Service (Food i Fellowship following each service!) Rev. Frank Curtis, Evangelist Rev. Rodney Williams. Song Evangelist The schedule for the week is as follows: Day Singers Churches in Charge Evangelists Sunday Stillwmr Owingsville FCOG Curtis, Williams Monday Bethel Baptist O'ville, O. Mines. "1'. Valley Curtis, Williams Tuesday Godsent Preston, Tunnel Hill Curtis, Williams Wedumday Little Paint Salt Lick, Mud Lick Curtis, Williams Thursday Camargo Midland, Polksville Curtis, Williams Friday Drawing Nigh East Fork, Oakla Curtis, Williams Tfiere wig&, a ylSM y on Saturday night, yebruary 2, s-sp.nt sponsored by the :Bath County Cturc&s vitli t& proceeds 9oin9 to your Seasons Christian Center Fr in atfi County. It wig{be at the. 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