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20 - March 20, 2014 Yollr Hometown Newspaper News Outlook ) -. - t Late-winter:weather co--regular-season game on o rated and allowed the Tuesday. The Lady Cats, Bath County County soft- l all team to open its latest campaign(late last week. Nearlyz one: week into the 2014 season, Bath County is, 1 2. _5- The l.ady"ca, ts, under the however, couldn't get.back into the win column. Flour- ishing late, visiting Lewis County managed to double up the Lady Cats 18-9 in eight innings. The Lady Cats are sched- /0f veteran head uled to be back in action on Williams, Tuesday at M enifee Coun- tY':the 2()14 season atty. Bath County will visit ho elon Friday, hostingFrenchburg for its 2014 Station. Bath Coun- 61st District Opener. First " fell behind pitch for County- , earlY and the Bath couldn't baffle: back from Menifee County softball the slow:st/trt as Bryan Sta- game is set for 5:30 pan. Photos by Ron Weaver tion, a: foe from Lexington, pulledaway to win 12-2. In a .q tick turnaround, Bath)County hosted Cen- tral Ken ky counterpart Franlffol:f on Saturday. The Kenny Williams-coached Lady Cats fared much bet- ter against Frankfort. pull- : tp:,,win 12-2 in five thee day s rest, t a% County returned e field for its third Later in the month, Left: Pitcher Kayla Biddle ,blocks the plate and tags March 28-29, Bath County out the runner trying to score from third in the game will host the Bath County against Bryan Station game. Lady Cat Invitational. The Lady Cats are slated The Ladycats split their games this weekend losing to to travel south to Cocoa Bryan Station 12-2 on Friday but turning around for Beach, Fla. for the Cocoa the win Saturday 12-2 against Frankfort to even their Beach Spring Training record at 1-1. event March 31-April 1. 2013 61st District Tourna- Bath County concluded mentat Fleming County. the 2013 season 1,5-22. The Rowan County is the Lady Cats fell 6-16 in six in- reigning 61st District cham- nings to Rowan County in pion. The Lady Vikings the opening round of the edged Menifee County 1-0 in the 2013 61st District championship game. Ashland Blazer is the de- fending 16th Region cham- pion. The Kittens blanked Russell 6-0 in the 2013 16th Region title tilt. !Kentucky Christian University women's bas- ketball coach Ron Arnett s ,ned the first recruit of the 2014-15 season re- cently when Bath County Sparks]aelped to lead the Lady Cats throughout her senior season. "Shae is an outstand- her in good position as she steps onto the col- lege basketball floor. We expect Shae to be a very good player for us and look for vard to having her on c mpus in August. Our first signing of the spring a great young field goals, She is one of the best defensive play- ers I have ever coached. In my three years at Bath County, Shae Sparks nev- er missed a practice and she always came in the gym by herself time mad time again to work on her lady w th a heart for the gmne even sometimes Lord. ]e could not be at 6 a.m. in the morn- more tleased, ing while everyone else "Shae ,Sparks has been one of the most dedicated and committed players that I h ve ever coached," Bath County Coach Troy Lee Thomas said. "She ing young student ath- averaged 11 points per lete with a very good game her senior season was in bed. Shae Sparks always did the "'unre- quired" work.'" Sparks helped lead Bath County to a 15-9 record during her se- nior season. As a junior, Sparks averaged 6.9 High School senior Si- work ethic," Arnett said. and led our team ha most points and 3.0 rebounds [ra Shae Sparkzs @l ed "Her desire fo win and charges taken with per game for the Lady be t will put 3-p0in Cats. "* Waste Tire Amnesty I . h ). ! Thursday & Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Your Chance and |t's lii : oordinamr: James D. Trimble i> Office# 606-768-3482 or Ce11#606-359-1332 Location 1813 KY Highway 36, Frenchburg, between let. of Hwy 1274 and Suitors Branch Road This is the opportunity to bring in your old waste tires and the State will dispose of them at no charge to you. Tires on rims will be accepted. Tires that will NOT be accepted are; foa -filled tires, calciumfilled tires, off-road construction, and earth moving equipment tires with pressed on rims. Eligible participants DO NOT INCLUDE TI RE RETAILERS AND O I AG ..CULTuRAL TIRE RETAILERS, " I ",,,i i ~ ~ ~;~':~'~ ~ ~ : ! ~ " ~; ':' " "" "" I Right: Hannah Mann lines a triple the-op- posite way to get the Ladycats started often- sively against Frankfort. Due to a printer's error last week a photo of Tayler Rogers was not included in the News-Outlook that showcased her being named to the 61st District All- Tournament Team alOng with;fellow play~,r with Sarah Price. " ..... '~ ............ "~ 3 vou think s County