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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper April 18, 2013 - 13 I I Jordan Abrams Chase Hamm Clark Kissick Jason Little By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com It's been a landmark year for the return of pride and enthusiasm with the blooming of a strong football program at Bath County High School. The team ended the year with a 8 - 3 re- cord, with 4 - 1 in the district and 7 - 3 in the region, finishing 10th overall for 3-A teams in 2012. They ended the season with a heart- breaking 36 - 37 loss to regional powerhouse Fleming County in post- Zak Romans season play. Last Thursday five seniors from the team signed letters of intent to play at five different colleges across Ken- tucky - Jordan Abrams, Chase Hamm, Clark Kissick, Jason Little, and Zak Romans. With family, friends, and coaches looking on, Athletic Director Aden McNabb said, 'q'his is one of the greatest days an AD gets to witness, special kids getting to continue their dreams." Head Football Coach Reed Fields said, "I felt privileged to get to coach such a great L-R: Jordan Abrams, Chase Hamm, Clark Kissick, Jason Little and Zak Romans group of kids this year. I have never felt more sure that these five will have great success." Jordan Abram plans on attending Morehead State University; Chase Hamm, Kentucky Wes- leyan Colleges in Ow- ensboro; Clark Kissick, University of Kentucky; Jason Little, Lindsay Wilson College in Co- lumbia, Ky.; and Zak Romans, University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg. Coach Fields remind- ed them at the end of the ceremony, "fou're always part of the foot- ball family." photos by Ron Weaver ,i Following a delay of over 40 hours, Bath County completed another rifle run on Saturday, defeating Raceland 80 in the 16th Re- gion All "A" Classic cham- pionship game at Bath County ity of Owingsville Sports Complex. The game resumed after its first pitch Thursday. With the win, Bath County improved to 94. The Wildcats notched their third straight win. Raceland fell to 845 af- ter suffering the loss. The Rams had posted back-to- back wins prior to the set- back in the rifle tilt. Left: Bath defeated Raceland for the 16th Region Class A championship. Cable Wright delivers the pitch in the 4th inning of the continued game Saturday. Middle: Jordan Highlay makes the scoop at third for the out. Wildcats Saturday. Finishing strong, Bath County plated five runs over its last three plate ap pearances. The Bath Coun- ty defense also prevented Raceland from rounding the basepaths. Bath County plated its eight runs on seven hits while only committing one error. The Wildcats scored at least one run in five of then" six at-bats. Bath County pushed across one run in the bot- tom half of the first inning and after plating two runs in the second, led 30. After being held score- Bath County senior pitcher Cable Wright reg- istered eight strikeouts. Wright and teammate Clark Kissick combined to hold Raceland to only five hits. Wright continues to draw attention from several college programs. Coaches from Kentucky, Marshall and Morehead State were in attendance at the 16th Region All "A" Classic championship game. Offensively, senior short- stop Brandon Fryro an led Bath County with three hits. Fryman delivered a run-scoring double for the Right: 70 Class A Region Champions. less in the third inning, Bath County produced two runs in both the fourth and fifth frames. The Wtldcats, under the guidance of head coach Brock Baber, added one more run in the bottom of the sixth inning. Bath County fared very well defensively, commit- ring only one error. Raceland pitcher Na- thaniel Davidson took the loss. Davidson faced a very talented Bath County bat- ring order during his latest tournament appearance. Raceland struggled de- fens'rcely, committing eight errors. Bath County will face 15th Region champion Pre- stonsburg in the sectional of file state All "A" Classic softball tournament. Pres- tonsburg captured its third straight 15th Region All "A" Classic championship earlier in the month. Bath County 8, Raceland 0 Raceland 000 000 0-058 Bath County 120 221 x-871 WP: C. Wright. LP." Davidson. Mattox Auction Center 3740 Maysville Rd Carlisle, KY Friday, April 19 6:00 p.m. Household furniture and other household collectibles. Hurricane shades of varying sizes, bottles, stone jars, silver plate'items, collectible books, KY Derby Glasses (1948, 1954, 1957, 1956 (2 varieties), 1959, 1960, 1963, 1966-68, 1973, 1974, Federal Canonero), and much more. Farm Toy, Die Cast Vehicle, Action Figures and Sports Card Auction Saturday, April 20 10:00 a.m. Outstanding collection of Ertl Die-Cast 1:16, 1:43 and 1:64 scale Farm Toys induding Ford, International, John Deere Allis-Chalmers, White, Steiger, Farmall, Case-International, Massey Ferguson and many more. Over 300 lots including Toy Farmer, Ertl Vintage Ve- hicles, Scale Models, National Farm Toy Show Collector's Editions, Franklin Mint, Irvin's Model Shop Steam Engines, Ertl Blueprint Recplicas, Ertl Farm Sets, Erfl Precision Series, Ertl Farm Country Replicas, Florida Farm Toy Show, Old Timers Day, Lebanon, PA Farm Toy Show, 1st Grand NationaIToy Show, True Scale implements, Michigan Farm Toy Show, Two-Cylinder Center Grand Opening, Two-Cylinder Expo, Land of Lincoln Farm Toy Show Collector Tractors, Toy Tractor Times Collector's Editions, SpecCast Special Collect- ibles, Ertl Anniversary editions, Historical sets, Match Box Models, Corgi, Fairfield Mint Fire Engine, Road Signature Presidential Series, First Gear International Fire Truck, Spec Cast Liberty Classics, Unique Replicap, Die Cast Promotions 1:16 Scale trucks, 1950's John Deere pedal tractor, iron toys, and flinch more. Sports Cards including graded Baseball, Basketball, and Football with 1910-11 Paddy Livingstone, 1961 Bill Russell in Action, 1961-62 Bob Cousy in Action, 1985 Star Team Supers 5X7 #CD1 Michael Jordan, 1986 star Michael Jordan #1 Checklist, other Jordan's, 1983-84-90 Nolan Rynan, 1981 Pete Rose, 1987 Cal Ripken, 1988 Roger Clemens Fleer All-Star, 2001 Derek Jeter, 1985 Don Mattingly, 1980 Larry Bird, 1984 John Elway, 1969 Topps #1 Wilt Chamberlain, 1974 Hank Aaron Special, Topps Triple Threads, FGS 9.0 1986 Star Isiah Thomas Court Kings, BCCG 9.0 1986 Star Best of the Best #2 Charles Barkley - Schonco Pedigree, PSA 8.0 1986 Fleer Julius Erving, BCCG 9.0 1986-87 #9 Larry Bird, PSA 10.0 1991 Fleer HARK 859-289-5720 mattoxrealestate.com Kari Malonw, Reggie Miller; Rookie Cards - Alex Rodri- guez, Sammy Sosa, John Kruk, Omar Vizquel, Will Clark, Frank Viola, Howard Johnson, Mark Prior, Frank Thomas, Jason Giambi, Sammy Sosa, Cal Ripken All Star, (8) wax packs, 94-95 Upper Deck SP Basketball cards, and more. 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