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14 - April 18, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook | by Aden McNabb, Bath County Athletic Director It was a week to re- member for several of our student-athletes. From championships to college commit- ments, the past week had some noteworthy moments for our pro- grams and their partici- pants. Letfs take a look at the week that was. It was a good week for the BatCats. On Tuesday (in a game that ended after 11:00 p.m.), Broderick Moore pitched the team to a 104) victory over the Falrview Ea- gles. That win moved the team into the finals On Thursday against the Raceland Rams. With the 'Cats lead- ing 3-0 in the third, the game was suspended by the umpires and the BatCats had to put their police escort on hold. On Saturday, the BCHS baseball team captured the 16th Region ALL A Championship by de- feating Raceland 8-0 in a game that had beem suspended on Thurs- day. Cable Wright went six innings, striking out 10, to pick up his first victory of the 2013 cam- paign. The BatCats will try to earn a trip to the ALL A finals at Whiita- ker Bank Park, home of the Lexington Legends, when they travel to Pre- stonburg to take on the 15th Region champs in sectional play. The two wins this week pro- pelled the 'Cats to a 9-4 season record. Our softball team was not so fortunate, losing their first-round game at Raceland on Monday. The team would lose to East Carter on Wednes- day and to Fairview on Friday. The team bounced back with a win at home against Morgan County on Sat- urday. Trailing 2-1 after three innings, the team finally broke through scoring three runs in the fourth to take a 4-2 lead. Morgan Howard started the game on the mound for the La- dyCats before giving way to Taylor Moore in the fourth. The two guided the team to a 7-3 victory. The LadyCats' record currently stands at 7-9. The track team had two meets this past week, including the Eastern Kentucky Championships at Fleming County on Fri- day. With several other school events taking place, both teams were participating at less than full strength. De- spite that fact, the boys and girls managed a decent fourth and fifth place finish respec- tively. Scoring for the teams were as follows: BOYS 4X800 Relay (Staviski, McNabb, Curtis, Christopher)- 4th 9:35 ll0M Hurdles- Jar- ed Castle 6th 19:51 1600M Run- Evan Staviski 2nd 4:52; Seth Christopher 5th 5:09 3200M Run- Evan Staviski 2nd 10:36; Dale Curtis 6th 11:26 High Jump. Brei- on Hodge 6th 5'8" Triple Jump- Justin Jones 4th 34'9.5; Jared Castle 5th 34'8" GIRLS 4x200 Relay (H. Staviski, M. Corum, Everman, Miller)- 5th 2:06 4XI00 Relay (H. Staviski, M. Corum, Everman, Miller)- 4th 59:34 High Jump- Taylor Everman 5th 4'6" Shot Put- Destiny Jordan 6th 24' Discus- Destiny Donovan Holder, and John Boy Henderson (2), scored for Coach Eaglin's team. Assists came from Donovan Holder, Mason Comp- ton, and Dawson Elam. The game at Boyd County on Saturday was never in doubt, as the Wildcats ham- mered the Lions by a score of 9-1. Scoring for the 'Cats were Ma- son Compton (3), John Henderson (2), J.D. Howard, Austin Kram- er, Dawson Elam and Dawson Walden. The BCMS Girls' soccer team lost both games they played, los- ing to Rowan County 5-0 and Fleming Coun- ty by a score of 1-0. The Volleyball team also had some success this week. After falling to Lewis County on Wednesday, the A team defeated West Carter on Thursday. Accord- ing to Coach Jeremey Booher, "the A-Team defeated West Carter by the score of 22-20, 15-21, 15-11! They to- taled 10 digs, 4 aces, 2 kills, and 2 assists. The B team had match point a couple of times, but couldn't hold on, losing 21-19, 23-25, 12-15." The MS baseball team started their sea- son this week. The team was competitive, but lost all three games played in games against Bourbon County, Pow- ell County and Rowan County. The team will have their first home game on Monday when McNabb Middle School makes their way to the Owingsville Sports Complex. Jordan 6th 59'10" In softball action, the In Middle School MS LadyCats fell to action, it was a good McNabb and Fleming week for our boys' County. The JV squad soccer team. After los- did manage to defeat ing to Rowan County at home on Tuesday by a score of 1-0, the team won their last two games of the week. On Friday, the 'Cats, after trailing 1-0 at the half, beat Fleming County by a score of 4-1. Boys came back from a 1-0 halftime deficit to win 4-1. Three members of the squad, Aaron Conn, McNabb in extra in- nings on Tuesday. The team will host East Carter on Wednesday. Finally, in a ceremo- ny at the Board An- nex on Thursday, five BCHS football players signed letters of intent to play at the next lev- el. These five players were surrounded by family and friends as COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 12-CI-90189 THE SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE CHUCK I. MCALPIN DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 22 February 2013, to raise the sum of $55,320.99, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 20 April 2013, at the hour of 12 noon, the following described property: A certain tract or parcd of land lying in Bath County, Kentucky, on KY Highway i944 about five miles North of Owings- ville and described as follows: Commencing at a steal pin found, PLS # 3040, in the right of way of KY Highway 1944 and comer to Dave Rogers (D.B. 192 PG. 199). Thence with said right of way North 0 degrees 51 minutes 24 seconds West, a distance of 92.54 feet; North 7 degrees 27 minutes 47 seconds East, a distance of 80.37 feet; North 20 degrees 22 minutes 17 seconds East, a distance of 186.10 feet; North 26 degrees 04 minutes 31 seconds East, a distance of 105.28 feet; North 30 degrees 46 minutes 20 seconds East, a distance of 79.19 feet; North 34 degrees 58 minutes 49 seconds East, a distance of 171.52 feet to a steel pin found, PLS # 3040, in the line of Roger Manley (D. B. 137, PG. 557). Thence with Marde,/s line South 51 degrees 18 minutes 56 seconds East, a distance of 305.46 feet to a steel pin found, PLS # 3040, South 38 degrees 41 minutes 10 seconds East, a distance of 95.77 feet to a steel pin set, PLS # 3040 and corner to W. Michael Frances (D. B. 201, PC. 244). Thence with Francis South 37 degrees 45 minutes 14 seconds West, a distance of 535.13 feet to a steel pin set in Dave Rogers line. Thence with Rogers North 80 degrees 22 minutes 24 seconds West, a distance of 232.90 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; said described tract containing 5.00 acres, more or less, according to a survey by Roberts S~g, Inc. on August 8, 2002. This is a Class B survey and all steel pins are 1/2~ x 18" rebar with ID cap stamped D. ROBERTS PLS #3040. THERE IS ALSO CONVEYED a 20 foot wide easement across the parent tract and along the property line adjoining the Davey Rogers property (D.B. 192, Pg. ) 99) for the purpose of ingress and egress. The roadway over which this casement is granted is already in existerice. ,AA 1998~randywine Mobile Home (VIN AL28601~A841A&B) FOR HISTORY OF TITLE reference is hereby made to the deed of conveyance dated July 14, 2003 from W. Michael Francis, single, to Chuck McAlpin and Debra A. McAIpin, husband and wife. of record at Deed Book 203, Page 457, at the office of the Bath County Clerk. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County ClerL 'lhe terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of sixty (60) daD with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no repleW shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 04.04.13, 04.11.13, 04.18.13. they continue to pursue their dream of playing football. The five play- ers and their college of choice include: Jordan Abrams- Morehead State Uni- versity Chase Harem- Ken- tucky Wesleyan Univer- sity Cl k Kissick- Uni- versity of Kentucky Jason Little- Lind- say Wilson Zak Romans- Uni- versity of the Cumber- lands Congratulations to these student athletes. As long as we're send- ing congratulations, let's not forget two oth- er accomplishments. Sarah Price, freshman post player for Troy Lee Thomas' LadyCats was recently named to the Ashland Dally Indepen- dent ALL-AREA Team. Sarah becomes the first freshman from BCHS to be so honored. Secondly, Haley Clark was recently named to the Tom Leach All- Resilient team. Haley was nominated by her Track and Cross- Country coach Robin Tolle (and yours truly) for battling back from an eating disorder that caused Haley to miss her entire junior sea- son. Haley, along with others, will be recog- nized at the Kentucky High School Athletic Director's Association banquet in Louisville. There you have it, la- dies and gentlemen. Be sure to stay tuned as the seasons progress and even more memo- ries are made. The Morehead State University men's golf team turned in a 292 on Tuesday in the final round of the TSU Big Blue Intercollegiate at the Hermitage Golf Course. The Eagles, who previ- ously fired rounds of 282 and 292, finished with a 54-hole score of 866. MSU placed seventh out of 14 schools in the tour- nament. Morehead State senior Sam Zirnheld (73, 212) tied for seventh in a field of 93 golfers, while class- mate Matt Logan (73, 213) earned a share of ninth. The performances mark the first time this year MSU has had two in- dividuals finish in the top 10 of a tournament. Zirn- held recorded his second top-10 effort of 2012-13, while Logan posted his first. Freshman Logan Hog- ge (75, 224), freshman Will Branham (81, 232) and senior Jared Hanery (71, 224) also competed in Morehead State's final regular-season event. Freshman Brad Newn- am (80, 231) played as an individual for the Eagles Southern illinois, which turned in a third- round 280, registered a 54-hole total of 847 to win the affair. Lipscomb (283, 852), SIU Edwards- ville (284, 853), UT Mar- tin (276, 856), and Ten- nessee Tech (284, 863) rounded out the top five. SIU senior Jake Erick- son and SIUE sophomore Colin McCarty tied for first individually after posting 54-hole scores of 206. Erickson claimed medalist honors by win- ning a tiebreaker. The course played at a par of 72 and yardage of 7,157. Morehead State will return to action April 25-27 at the Ohio Valley Conference Champion- ship in Dickson, Tenn. The 54-hole event will be played at GreyS, one Golf Course. Batf County 2o13 ?rince amf Pri cess Tageant Open to all Bath County residents between the ages of 2 years- 8 years old Friday, May 10, 2013 during the Miss Bath County Talent performances; 7:00pm Bath County Middle School Gymnasium Registration Fee: $35 Winners will be invited to appear on Saturday, May 11 during the May Day Parade and the Miss Bath'County Pageant. Completed registration form and $35 registration fee must be postmarked no later than April 25, 2013. Please send to: Maka~a Amett, Miss Bath County 2012; 6251 East Highway 60; Salt Uck, KY 40371. Children should wear clothing that would be appropriate for church service. There will be an optional practice for those who wish to'rehearse walking the runway. It will be held on Sunday, May 5, 2013 at 2:00 pm at the Bath County Middle School (BCMS) Gym. Friday, May 10, contestants should ardve at BCMS at 5:30 pro. Signs will be posted for check-in. Questions? Call 606-336-0766 or 606-336-0503 Miss Bath County 2013 Prince and Princess Pageant Registration Miss Bath County Talent Night, Friday, May 10, 2013 Bath County Middle School Gymnasium; 7:00 pm Please write as you wish to be read on the night of the pageant. Child's Full Name: Child's Age as of May 10;2013: Parent/Guardian Name: Parent/Guardlan Contact Number: (Cell phone preferred) Siblings:" brother/sisterage brother/sister age . brother/sisterage . Hobbies/Interests: Please select the category In which your child will participate. There will be one winner selected from each category who will be invited to appear on Saturday, May 11 during the May Day parade and the Miss Bath County Pageant. Open to Oath County residents only. ------- Toddler Prince (2-3) Toddler Princess (2-3) Little Prince (4-5) Little Princess (4-5) Petite Prince (6-8) Petite Princess (6-8) Select form of payment: ------- Cash *Registration fee is non-refundable. Check (payable to Bath County May Day Festival) I,give my child permission to compete in the 2013 Miss Bath County Prince and Pdncess Pageant. I understand that this pageant is first and foremost a fundraiser for the Miss Bath County Scholarship Pageant. The May Day Committee and Bath County Middle School are not responsible for any injuries, damages, etc. that may occur during the practice and/or the pageant. Parent/Guardian Signature Date