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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 6, 2017 - 15 Photos courtesy of Dewayne Carpenter Bath County High School's Bass Fishing Team participated in their first tournament as s team, the Boyle County Open, on Saturday, March 25, and had anglers with fish to weigh in. Left Photo: Ben Scaggs and Trevor Wright Right Photo: Bryson McCarty and Caries Hutchinson i~ iiiii Bath County Baseball had "Like I told the team, a tough start to spring break we are going to lose some week. games. A teams character The Wildcats fell 11-1 to is determined in how you Model on the road Monday, bounce back from a loss," and lost 7-3 at George Rogers said Coach Patrick Armitage. Clm'k on Tuesday. Armitage noted that the 1 GRC game was much more competitive than the 7-3 score indicated. 'rrhis week was good for us. Adversity, struggles, com- petition, were all elements that we dealt with," he said. Photos courtesy of Dewayne Carpenter Bryce Fryman and Griffin Fraley with the Bath County High School Bass Fishing Team placed 7th out of 19 qualifying teams from a field of over 200 boats last Saturday at the Student An- gler Federation's State Tournament at Lake Cumberland. The two had s sack weight of 13.1 Ibs., and Fryman landed a 4 lb. bass. The two qualified to attend the SAF National Tournament this summer at Pickwick Lake~ Photo by Ron Weaver Jesselin Miller drives the ball for a double in the Varsity game last Satur- day. The Ladycats lost in a defensive struggle 3-1 against Rowan county. Photo courtesy of Coach Roger Newton Bath County High School Ladycat McKenna Moore was recently named to the 2017 Ashland Daily Independent's All-Area Team by 15th and 16th Region Coaches. She is seated third from right. Areyou getting the most of your Part D Medicare? Do you have questions about Medicare Part A & B? Need a Medicare Supplement or Medicare Advantage? The following pharmacies will be hosting: Jimmie E. Gates Soper Drugs, Carlisle, ICY' 40311 Wednesday, April 5 & 19, 2017 Ross Drug, Mr. Sterling, iCY 40353 Thursday, April 6, 2017 MedSave, Olive Hill, KY 41164 Friday, April 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2017 MedSave, Grayson, KY 41143 Monday, April 3, 2017 Camargo Pharmacy, Mt. Sterling, KY 40353 Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Mr. Gates now sells guarantee Life Insurance on any condition! Don't let this bunny fool you, he didn't hide any eggs in our q-here is a Easter bunny hidden somewhere inside our newspaper. If you find it, submit your entry for a chance to win an Easter basket. We will be giving away an adult and child basket. Fill out the form below and mail it to P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360. Entries must be submitted by April 6th. Drawing will be on April 7th. "-;,Z;------ ' I I I I i Phone Number: I I ' Where you found the bunny: I I I I I i [- I I I I i i i i i I I I I I i i i i i i i i "1 i I i i i i i i i i i-I at the Slate Valley Christian Church 7:00pm .on Friday, April 14th Everyone is welcome to attend.