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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 04, 2013 - 13 photo by Ron Weaver Cable Wright pitches 2 innings of scoreless relief against Russell. Bath County defeated Russell 3-1 photo by Ron Weaver Picture 3-28-16 Jordan Highley drives the ball for a base hit against Robertson County. Wildcats defeated Robertson County 14-0 Bath County High School freshman Sarah Price has been named to the Ashland Daily Inde- pendentTs All-Area Team. Two of her teammates, Tayler Rogers and Shae Sparks, earned Honor- able Mention'nods. Price, who ranks as one of the nation's top freshman girls/ basket- ball players, averaged 14.8 points and 11.4 re- bounds per game for Bath County during the 2012-13 season. Rogers averaged 10.5 points and 2.6 rebounds per game for the Lady Cats. Sparks averaged 6.9 points and 3.0 re- bounds per game for the Bath County girls basketball team this past season. The Bath County Lady Cats, under the. guidance of head coach Troy Lee Thomas, concluded the 2012-13 season 15-11. SLxteenth Region champion Ashland domi- nated the Ashland Daily Independentts All-Area honors. Ashland standout Alex- is Robinson was named the ADPs All-Area Hayer of the Year. Ashland head coach Bill Bradley was named the ADPs All-Area Coach of the Year. A look at the 2012-13 All-Area Team follows. The 2012-13 All-Area Team: Savannah An- derson (Lewis County), Sophomore; Brooke Cal- lihan (West Carter), Se- nior; Faith Conn (Rowan County), Junior; Haley Sue Foutch (Ashland), Sophomore; Logan Fraley (Boyd County), Sophomore; Taylor Frye (Lewis County), Senior; Kaylyn Gam- bill (Ashland), Senior; Bryana Greenhill (East Carter), Junior;, Arden Gross (Russell), Senior; Destiny Jones (Greenup County), Senior; Kris- ten Mayo (East Carter), Eighth-Grader; Taylor Porter (Lawrence Coun- ty), Senior; Sarah Price (Bath County), Fresh- man; Alexis Robinson (Ashland), Sophomore; Amber Shepherd (John- son Central), Senior; Emily Stewart (Boyd County), Senior; Tierra Taylor (Fleming Coun- ty), Senior; Paige War- ren (Menifee County), Senior; Taylor Wheeler (Boyd County), Sopho- more. Player of the Year - Alexis Robinson (Ash- land). Coach of the Year - Bill Bradley (Ashland)." Honorable Mention: Ashland - Sydney Cullop; Bath County Tayler Rogers, Shae Sparks; Boyd County - Morgan Kenser; East Carter - Kelsey Stumbo, Megan Stickler; Elliott Coun. ty - Ashley Holbrook; Fairview - Brittany Bell; Greenup County - Micah Leslie, Sydney Webb; Lawrence County- Kara Kirk, Ashleigh Adkins, Shelby Hay, Savannah Cyrus; Lewis County Emily Frye; Menifee County - Haley Layne, Ashton Woodard; Mor- gan County - Cheyenna Ferguson; Paintsville - Shelby Carroll, An- dria Hansford, Kerri- gan Sarnons; Raceland - Krystal Keeton; Rose Hill- Myriah Porter; Rus- sell- Hope Parsley. I defeating Elliott County and falling top Cooper. Bath County rolled to its second win over E1- liott County in three days, defeating the Lady Lions 17-2 in three in- nings. Cooper, however, prevented Bath County from claiming a second straight win by defeating the Lady Cats 11-8. Bath County was back in action on Monday. Posting its most con- vinc'mg win thus far this season, Bath County rolled to a 20-0 victory in three innings over host Waggener. Then, Bath County remained in the win column Tuesday. The Lady Cats notched an im- pressive 13-0 win over Portland on Tuesday in another gamed played away from Bath County. Bath County is sched- uled to return to the dia- mond on Monday;April 8 at Raceland in the open- hag round of the 16th Region All "A" Classic. First pitch for the Bath County-Raceland game is set for 5:30 p.m. . @ photo by Ron Weaver Brittany McClain drives the ball to the opposite field for a hit. The Ladycats lost 3 games and won 1 during the Ladycat Invitational. The Bath County Lady Cats softball team had a busy stretch from March 28-April 2. Bath County, under the guidance of head coach Kenny Wil- liams and his staff, won four of seven games played from March 28-April 2. Through a dozen games in the 2013 sea- son, Bath County is 6-6. The Lady Cats will enter the second week of April with a .500 record. Bath County rolled to a win on Thursday (March 28), toppling 16th Region rival Elliott County 184 in five innings. The Lady Cats, however, couldnft keep the momentum go- ing the following day. In the opening round of the Lady Cat Invitational, Bath County dropped a pair of games to unfamil- iar foes. Shelby Valley pulled away to beat the Lady Cats 154 in four innings on Friday as the Lady Cat Invitational opened here in Owings- ville. In another game played on Friday in the Lady Cat Invitational,. Bath County edged Scott 7-6. The Bath County soft- ball team split games in the Lady Cat Invitational, ?iiiii!iii:!i; Mt. 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