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12 - April 21, 2016 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook t 2016 TRACKCAT Seniors: Aubrey Carr, Desirae Jewell, Gwenn Conley, Liz Collins, Brandon Smallwood, Sam Barker, Justin Harmon, Billy Hedges, Dalto.n Richards, Dustin Harmon, Logan McNabb & Kaleb Clemons By Coach Rick Stavis- ki The TRACKCATS com- pleted their second home meet of the .season, on Tuesday, hosting the Bath County Invitational which was Senior Night. The team and Coaches hon- ored seniors Sam Barker, Kaleb Clemons, Dalton Richards, Justin Harmon, Brandon Smallwood, Logan McNabb, Dustin Hardin, Aubrey Carr, De- sirae Jewell, Gwenn Con- ley and Liz Harmon. The senior bio's were read as each athlete entered the track in front of a large home crowd. The home team hosted seven teams including Powell, Mene- fee, GRC, Nicholas, West Carter, Rowan and Elliott. The teams recorded 32 Personal Records with the boys earning the 1st Place Trophy. t On Saturday the TRACKCATS found warm weather at the Ma- son County Royal Rumble and it didn't take long for things to heat up. The first races of the day the girls 4x800 Meter Relay team of Carrie Staviski - Han- nah Bussell - Isabella Co- pher - Abby Henderson set the School Record for the second time this sea- son completing the event in 10:43.09. Other award finishers for the girls were Abby Henderson in the 400 Meter Dash, Car- rie Staviski and Abby Hen- derson in the 800 Meter Run, Carrie Staviski: 3200 Meter Run, Shelby Lynn Hedges: High Jump, Mad- elyne English in the Shot Put & the Discus Throw and Brynn Collingsworth • in the Discus Throw. Top finishers for the Boys were the 4x800 Meter Relay team of Dakota Begley, Caleb Bowen, Kaleb Clemons & Logan McNabb, Billy Hedges & Justin Harmon 110 Meter Hurdles and Sam Barker in the 100 & 200 Meters, the 4x100 & 4x200 Meter Relay teams of Marvin Ball - Sam Barker - Alden Oldfield - Bryson McCar- ty. Brandon Smallwood in the HJ/LJ/TJ, Dakota Begley - Billy Hedges - Taylor Purvis in the Pole Vault and Dalton Richards in the Shot Put & Discus Throw. Brandon Small- wood placed 2nd in the Overall High Point Award and was awarded a trophy. The teams is host the Eastern Kentucky Con- ference (EKC) this Fri- day evening and will be at home again on April 30 for the TRACKCAT Cooldown followed by the KTCCCA Area 7 Cham- pionship on May 7. The Area 7 Championship regularly has 17 schools compete with an average of 700 times/throws/dis- tance/heights being re- corded by the athletes. Bath County suffered its first 61st District loss in the 2016 sea- son at home late last week. Fleming County, under the direction of first-year head coach Austin Hart, one of the statCs youngest high school baseball coach- es, doubled up host Bath County, one of the 16th Regionts most im- proved baseball teams, 6-3 in a highly-anticipat- ed 61st District game on Friday. With the loss, Bath County dropped to 251 in the 61st District. Fleming County evened its record to 1-1 in the district with the win. The Wildcats and Panthers split their an- nual regular-season district series. When the two district rivals met for an early-season game in' Flemingsburg on March 19, Bath County defeated then- host Fleming County 12-5. Bath County opened the current campaign on a four- game win streak, even- tually winning eight of its first nine contests. In the latest meet- ing between the two district foes, Fleming County pitcher TJ Mill- er earned the win. Bath County pitcher Dylan Richards struck out eight for the Wild- cats in a loss. 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