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22- March 20, 2014 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook By Arlen McNabb, Bath Co. Athletic Direc- tot v Snow covered the ground and school was cancelled on St. Patrickfs Day... will winter ever let go of its grasp? As the French so aptly put it, C'est la vie. The weather cooper- 'ated enough last week to allow our spring sports to get under way. Our var- Sity LadyCats began their ' Athlet! softball season on Friday with a tough 12-2 loss to Bryan Station. The team rebounded with a 12-2 win over Frankfort on Satur- day. Kayla Biddle pitched 5 strong innings to earn the victory, allowing only I earned run. The JV team also won on Saturday. The BCMS baseball sea- son also started this past weekend. The team trav- elled to Bourbon County for a varsity/JV m&tchup, The varsity squad held the lead early before losing by a final of 10-7. The .IV lost their contest, 84. The MS softball teams played and lost to Bourbon County on Tuesday. The JV team did pick up the pro- gram's first win on Satur- day at East Garter, posting an 18-17 win. The varsity squad saw their record fall to 0-2. The MS volleyball pro- gram picked up three vic- tories this week. Both A and B teams won over Holy Family on Monday. The B team won 21-19, 21-16, while the A team rolled 21- 6, 21-10. The B team also picked up a victory over Russell on Tuesday, 21-8, 21-17. The A team gave a valiant effort but fell 9-21, 21-12, 12-21. Both teams have 2-1 re- cords for the season. Have a great day, every- one[ Bath County Track & Field to host 5K Jog-A-Thon The Bath County High School Track & Field program will host a 5K Jog-A-Thon on Saturday, April 5. should contact Coach Rick Staviski or Coach Tim Bailey. For more information and a regit ration form, email lmthcountytraekOgmail.com or llm.baileylOK rahoo.eom. I I The NCCAA Women's Division II National Championship Tourna- ment third place game turned into a showdown between two all-Amer- icans representing the best of this year, and the best of the years to come. NCCAA Women's Divi- sion II Player of the Year Tanya Bowens, a senior, scored 28 for Kentucky Christian University and Alyssa Loudermilk, a freshman honorable mention all-American for Pensacola Christian Col- lege countered with 30. Down the stretch, it was the senior Bowens who got the best of Lou- dermilk. The Lady Knights held 9f [ l .,qdermi a qd. Pen- adoia fo : a 77-73 ct6ry to finish third in the NC- CAA Women's Division II National Basketball Tournament at the Ozark Christian College Multi- purpose Building Satur- day afternoon. Kentucky Christian, trailing by six, 68-62, with 3:38 remaining, turned to Bowens to make plays down the stretch. Bowens scored on a fastbreak layup off a Jes- sica Marshall steal, Mar- shall hit a jumper off a feed from Allie Slone, Bowens then fled it on driving layup. Slone's free throw with 2:07 left gave the Lady Knights the lead, but it was Bowens' offensive rebound and kickout to Men[fee County High School graduate Paige Warren for a 3-pointer and another kickout to Warren for second 3-pointer on back-to-back possessions that gave the Kentucky Christian its four-point lead. Kentucky Christian, ending a !9 ql,scasqn, made 13 of 28 be- hind the 3-point line in- cluding four by Bowens and Warren and three from Katelyn Meyer. Bowen, a 5-foot-6 senior guard, was 11 of 23 from the floor with eight re- bounds and four assists. Warren, a 5-foot-3 fresh- man guard, and Sharonda Jones, a 5-foot-7 senior forward, both scored 12 with Jones grabbing 12 rebounds. The Eagles, capping a 19-10 season, saw Louder- milk go 5 of 10 from 3 and 12 of 23 from the floor for her 30 points. She added six rebounds and three assists. Senior guard Karen Kendall and sophomore forward Hannah Shipp added 10 points each Pen- sacola Christian. MH0gge earns Top 10 finish at ISSl0n Inn Spring Spectacular Sophomore Logan Hogge fired a three-round 225 over the weekend to tie for 10th out of 98 individuals at the Mission Inn Spring Spectac- ular. As a team, Morehead State University posted a 974 at the El Campeon Course of the Mission Inn Resort to finish 16th. In terms of individual fin- ish, the performance was Hogge s best in two schools years at Morehead State. He recorded a 75 in the first round, 70 in the second round and 80 over the final 18 holes. Hogge is a Bath County High School graduate. "Logan played very well this weekend," Morehead State University Coach Dr. Rex Chaney said. "A tol>10 finish is something to be proud of when you're talk- ing. about a field with 17 teams and 98 individuals, We're expecting Logan to have a big spring, which is important for our team." MSU used five sopho- mores at its second spring tournament. Will Branham posted a 54-hole score of 232, while Brad Newnam tallied a 252, Brad Martin 274. Hogge and Branham each recorded two sub-80 rounds. Virginia Tech used a 299. in the final round to win the event with a three-round 875. Texas Tech (880), VCU (897), Bethune-Cookman (915) and Old Dominion (916) rounded out the top five. The Eagles were the only Ohio Valley Confer- ence squad in the field. V'wginia Tech junior Trev- or Cone notched a three- round 211 to earn medalist honors. The course played at a par of 72 and yardage of 7,001. Morehead State re- turn to action March 28-30 with the FAU Spring Break Championship at the Foun- carded a 265 and Michael tains Country Club in Lake Fehrenbacher turned in a Worth, Fla. Submitted by Sam Donohew The 2014 Little League Celtics just completed a Very successful season on the hardwood. This group of players finished as Regular Season Runner-Up and Tournament Champions in the 2-3 grade division of the Bath County Little League. Front Row: Braden Rous- sos, Brock Donohew, MalOrie Hunt, Isaiah Williams, Preston Roussos. oS0ond Row: Eli Bradley, Jayce Smith, Chase Robinson, Jackson Cline. Back Row: Coaches Rob Hunt, Sam Donohew and Bruce Jones. in Carl to Schedule Your Appointment. Kentucky Pain Institute and Spurlock Chiropractic Centre bring a unique combination of experienced medical and chiropractic providers together for comprehensive pain treatment options. 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