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16 - April 21, 2016 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook I Photos courtesy of Run Weaver Left Photo: McKenna Moore pitched a strong game for the Ladycats Right Photo: Paige Faudere pulls a base hit down the 3rd base line. The Ladycats baffled but lost to a tough Raceland team 10-6. By Assistant Coach Re- esa Martin Bath County Advanc- es to the All "A" Re- gional Finals On Thursday night the Bath County Lady Cats took the field against Morgan County for a triD to the finals on Friday night. Early in the game, Morgan County had all control scoring 3 quick runs in the first inning off a homerun and ar - other run in the second making it 4-0. The Lady Cats couldn't get their bats going until the third inning where they scored 2 runs, making the score 5-2. The fourth inning was huge for Bath Coun- ty as they pulled within 1. In the fifth, the Lady Cats took control fl-om Morgan as they scored 7 runs to put them ahead 13-7. From then on, Bath County remained in con- trol until the last out, making the final score 15- 11. Madison Henderson finished the game with seven strikeouts. Lady Cats Look for Trip to State On Friday night, Bath County took on Raceland in the finals of the 16th Region All "A" Tournament. The game started off strong from both teams. The score was tied at the end of each inning until the fourth when Raceland took a slight lead 8-6. Early in the game, Bath County's bats were hot, but ended up scoreless after the fourth inning. Raceland remained in control of- fensively and defensively until the last out. The final score, Raceland 10, Bath County 6. McKenna Moore ended the game with an impressive eight strikeouts. Raceland will be making a trip to Ow- ensboro to compete in the All "A" State Tourna- ment. Bath County fell short in a bid to return to the win column on the road earlier in the week. Host Rowan County outlasted Bath County 5-3 in a 61st District baseball game on Monday. With the win, Rowan County improved to 13-6 overall and 3-0 in the 61st District. Bath County dropped to 13-8 overall and 2-2 in the district with the loss. The Wildcats, under the tutelage of first-year head coach Patrick Armitage, flirted with victory in the district game. On the mound, Bath County pitchers Seth Ad- ams, Tyler McKenzie and Nathan Davis held the Row- an County bats in check. Bath County led 3-2 in the fifth inning but couldnVt make the lead stick. At the plate for the Wild- cats, Taylor McFarland smacked a deep two-run homerun. Rowan County, however, pulled out the hard-fought win. The Vikings delivered a few hits late to claim the district win. The Wildcats slipped back into the loss column after clobbering homes- tanding St. Patrick 17-2 over the weekend. Bath County is sched- uled to host Rowan County for another district game on Thursday. First pitch for the Bath County-Rowan County baseball game is set for 5:30 p.m. The Wildcats have ad- ditional regular-season games remaining versus Menifee County, East Cart- er, Owsley County, Morgan County, Powell County, Lewis County, Lee County, Berea, George Rogers Clark, Fairview, Frankfort, Magoffin County, St. Pat- rick, Raceland, Nicholas County, West Carter and Rose Hill Christian. Bath County is scheduled to visit Rose Hill Christian for a regular-season finale on May 20. Su nday Afternoons 4-5:30 Brendan Parker Business Zachary Drudge Welding Submitted by Principal Melanie Jamison The faculty and staff of Montgomery County Area Technology Center are pleased to announce Tayia Abney Health Science the individuals selected as March Students of the Month. The students were nominated by teachers in the various program areas. 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