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i / orts" scene THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 5 %: t andAdams duo victorious--on April 22 County Tennis Team members Grant Davis and defeated Greenup County (#2) doubles team Aaron aj and Dean McClurg, 8-0. The pair defeated East Patrick Malone and Derek McDavid, 9-8 (7-5). On they defeated Russell County's #2 doubles team and Gobby Ymaley, 8-3. They also defeated t's #1 doubles team of Bryan Fioret and Danny .3 Doubles Championship. Davis and Adams OVer all record of 8-2 for the season. Congratulations! photo, Sunny Kramer) defeat 5-3 Coach Wright Nick Withrow game as the West Carter 5-3. led the way with 3 Richardson added 2 RBIs. Bath Co. 5; West defeats 1.5-4, with Baber 9 innings Wright high school game, scored a run in the and held off Bath Brock Baber pitched striking out 3. and Tyler Elliott with 2 hits apiece. 15 men on base including the bases gth. Co. 5; Bath Co. READ THE NEWS-OUTLOOK EVERY WEEK! Co. blows Paris, as 18 Wright different Wildcats blowout win over scored 15 runs in the 3rd inning to blow the game wide open. Josh Curtis, Justin Butcher and Brock Baber had 3 hits each, while Baber and J.D. Hart had 9 RBIs between them. Tyler Elliott got the win on the mound with a complete game. Bath Co. 20; Paris 1. Bath loses to Bourbon 5-0 Submitted by: Coach Wright After a week off because of the weather, Bath County ran into two strong Bourbon County pitchers and lost 5-0 to the Bourbon County team. J.D. Hart had two hits to lead Bath County. Brock Baber pitched five shutout innings before being lifted. Scores: Bourbon Co. 4; Bath Co. 0. Rowan posts a 10-9 win over Bath Submitted by: Coach Wright Rowan County jumped to an 8- 2 lead after 3 innings, but Bath County came from behind to lead 9-8 going into the 7th inning. Then the Rowan County center- field hit a two-run home run for the win. Brock Baber had 3 hits, while Shawn Dennis, Kelly Karrick and Josh Curtis had 2 hits each. Rowan Co. 10; Bath Co. 9. Cal Ripken scores week of April 21-27 The 2003 Cal Ripken season got off to a great start on Friday, April 25th. Game one matched the first (Reds) and second place (Expos) teams from 2002. The Reds got on the scoreboard first with a run in the first inning. The Expos were able to come back in the bottom of the 3rd with the first home run of the season, a 3-run shot. It was not enough as the Reds rallied for 3 runs in the forth and runs in the fifth for an 8 to 3 victory. Game two matched the White Sox against the Dodgers. It was a very competitive game even though the White Sox were only able to dress eight players. The White sox were able to score 2 runs in the first and 2 runs in the third, but the Dodgers were able to rally by scoring 4 runs in the second and 6 runs in the third for a I0 to 4 victory. Game two had both great pitching and great fielding with both teams having to work hard for their runs. If you are looking for good clean family fun, we have it at the Salt Lick ballpark. Come out: Friday night and Saturday morning this week to see these young boys and girls having fun playing great baseball. Also this reminder, Minor League action begins may 5th and T-ball will begin the week of may 12th. Hope to see you at the ball- park. 123456Final Reds 10034 - 8 Expos 00300 - 3 123451iE WhiteSox 2 0 2 0 0 - 4 Dodgers 0 4 6 0 - - 10 TEAM W L Dodgers 1 0 Reds 1 0 Expos 0 1 White Sox 0 1 Cardinals 0 0 ACT registration deadline May 9 The next ACT Assessment will be administered nationwide on Saturday June 14, 2003. College bound high school students must register for the college admissions and placement exam by May 9, the deadline for having your reg- BUDGET LOT SPECIALS heated on the By-Pass 784-2338 1-800-305-3190 fER LOOKING TO SPEND LESS & GET MORE! 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ACT scores are accepted by virtually all U.S. colleges and uni- versities, including all Ivy League schools, and are used by colleges along with high school grade point average and other information for admissions decisions and to help place students in appropriate-lev- el courses. The test fee is $25 ($28 in Florida). Students can register for the ACT by getting a packet from their high school counselors or by registering on line at ACTs web- site--www.act.org. The website also has helpful information, sam- ple test, and the opportunity to order test prep materials includ- ing an interactive CD-ROM, AC- Tive Prep, which contains actual, timed test and helps students build a study plan. The ACT Assessment is given in all 50 states. It is curriculum- based, designed to measure a stu- dents academic achievement and the appropriate course level for college placement. It is not an "aptitude" test and the English section contains no analogies. There are four sections to the exam: English, Reading, Math, and Sci- ence. It reflects the curriculum that is taught in the nations high schools, and the academic skills that students need to know when they begin their first year of col- lege. The ACT Assessment was taken over two million times last year by college bound students. Students who have already tak- en the ACT can take it again and try for a higher score. Juniors can use their scores to examine aca- demic weaknesses, take courses to correct those weaknesses and re-take the exam as seniors. Stu- dents who take the exam more than once can report only their highest composite score to pro- spective colleges if they chose. Players o Nick Withrow Withrow, a freshman, pitched a complete game 5- 3 victory over West Carter, giving up only 4 hits. Nathan Richardson Richardson, a senior, 1st baseman, is hitting .350 on the season. Fthe Week " i4liiii ,,,, !i!iHiiiii Kelly Karrick Karrick raised his average to almost .500 getting 7 hits over a 3 game span. ..........  !:!!!iii:.iiii '.. :7 ,,, .... i; ..... 1 i iiii!iiiiiii!!iiiiiii!iiii:;iiii .....  t, iiii!i!;!ii: :: il ii!ii/!i!!i?!1711!??':i iiii!!i!iiii!!!;iiiiilil iiiliiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!' ,;;ilili;ii iiiii: iii! i ii iiiiiii iii! i!ii!iiii!!ii!! Chad Grey Grey, a freshman, pitched a 3 hit shutout of Elliott. www.gippygraham.com email: gippygrahaml @yahoo.com Paid for by Veafl Pennington Paris Pool Supply, Inc. May 1 O, 2003 9:00 a.m. Shadybrook Golf Course Paris, It'll' s200 Prize for 1 st Place Team Entry Fee: S50 per golfer Call and make your SiS0 Prize reservations today! for 2nd Place Team Chance to win a Baja hot tub and a 24' above-ground pool by hitting a hole-in-one on specified hole Prize for the longest drive Prize for closest to pin Other prizes to be raffled Lunch will be served 859-987-1775 859-498-7727 859-744-1751 Billuegr00 1-64 at Exit 123 Pa Turn north on Owingsville, KY U.S. 60 1/8 mile www.bluegrassracewayp