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12- May 01, 2014 Yollr Hometown Newspaper News Outlook By Arlen McNabb, Bath County Athletic Director With prom' and after- prom activities, time seemed to slip away this weekend. This edition begins with a congratulatory message for two BCHS Seniors. Chris Stull and TaylorEv- erman completed the KHSAA Sportsmanship Scholarship application and were selected as tile Region 16 winners. As a result, the pair wins a $350 scholarship and both are now eligible for the $3,000 scholarship presented to the boy and girl state-wide winners. Chris and Tayh)t, along with the other Region winners, will be honored at a banquet on Sunday, May 4th, where the state award winners will be announced. It was a good week for certain members of our track program. On Tues- day, at a home meet in Ow- ingsville. Breion Hodge. Morgan Crouch, Savannah l)ay, Taylor F, vernaan, and Chloe Green, the five se- nior members of the 2014 trach team, were honored in pre-race Senior Day ceremonies. Both teams defeated Clark, Nicholas and Menifee. Taylor Ever- man, in particular, had a good week. In addition to being named as the KH- SAA Sportsmanship Award winner, she can now also Athletic N boast about being tim fast: est fe'male in the EKC. 0n Friday night, at the EKC Championships in Flem- ing County, Taylor won the :100M Dash and also placed second in tim High Jump. In addition to Taylor's 18 points, points were scored at the meet by tim follow- ing: 4X8OO Relay- (C. Stavis- ki, K. Riddle, S. Easterling, S. Hedges) 7th 100M Hurdles- Gwenn Conley 7th 4X200 Relay- (Conley, Crouch, Fxerman, Corum) 3rd (Clemons, Messer, Barb ley, Ratliff) 8th 1600M Run- Dale Curtis 4th 4X100 Relay- (Conley, Corum, Crouch, Everman) 2nd (Clemons, Messer, Bartley, Hodge) 8th 300M Hurdles- Morgan Crouch 5th 200M Dash- Morgan Crouch 8th 3200M Run- Carrie Staviski 4th I)ale Curtis 3rd 4X400M Run- (Strange, Riddel. Collins, Greene) 7th (Messer, McNabb, Ball, Curtis) 6th High Jump- Taylor Ever- mini 2nd Trey Ratliff 2nd; Breion Hodge 3rd Pole Vault- Caden Messer 4th I,ong Jump- Trey Rafliff 3rd "liple Jump- Michael Corum 6th Discus- Chloe Greene 7ti Brandon xton 8th Shot Put: Erin Hartley 4th Fourteen individuals es- tablished personal records at the meet. With two wins this week, our LadyCats softball team improved their season record to %14. The week began with a thrilling 2-11 victory over district rival Menifee County on Mon- day night. Trailing 1-0 in the 6th inning, the 'Cats scored two runs. Mor- gan Howard singled to right ,and Taylor Everman scored all the way fl'om first on the play. Tayh)r Moore came through with a clutch single, scoring Morgan for the go-ahead run. Morg m Howard pitched a com- plete game to earn the win. "llae momentum stayed with the LadyCats on the road at Wolfe County on Tuesda}: Behind Taylor Moore's perforlnance on the mound, tim LadyCats scored a 5-4 victory. The week ended with an 11-7 loss at Berea on Thursday. With losses to Row m Count3, (7-3, and Lewis County (,5-0), our baseball team went 0-3 for the week. "Ihey have fl)ur garnes scheduled for this week, but the rain puts that in jeopardy. At the Middle School level, this was the week's results: Wildcat Soccer- 2-0 with wins at Fleming and West Carter LadyCat Soccer- 1-1 with a loss at Fleming and a win at West Carter Volleyball- A team de- feated Holy Famib; Verity; B team lost to both. 'Ilm A team participated in the Rowan County tourna- ment on Saturday. In the tournament, the I dyCats went unbeaten in pool play', tying Greenup, but defeating Verity and Mar- tin County. They defeated Lewis and Greenup before h)sing to Rowan County in tim championship game: For the season, the A team stands at 112-5-1, while the B team is 6-6. Wildcat Baseball-Var- sity beat Lewis on Thurs- day, but lost to East and McNabb. Also lost two games in the Montgom- ery County tournament on Saturday (McNabb. 12-7; Rowan 115-0). JV went 1-2, beating East on Monday. LadyCats softball- lost at East, but defeated Morgan County and Powell County on Saturday. That's it, another week in BC sports. Remember win or lose, always be a good sport! 0 "Ilm Bar1 County TrackCats showed deternfination and a strong competitive spir- it going into the EasV ern Kentucky Confe.r- ence Championship and came away with 14 Per- sonal Records, 4 Season Best Relay Times and 8 Medals including the Gold for Selfior "Iaylor Everman in the 100 Me- ter Dash. Everman also picked up medals in the 4x200 & 4x100 Relays and the High Jump. Other medal winners were Morgan Crouch, Gwenn Conley, Michael Cormn, Dale Curtis, Trey Ratliff and Breion Hocige. "lira Personal Record List includes Sa- vmmah Day 16.97 in the 100 Meter Dash. Dale Curtis 4:58.85, Logan McNabb 5:31.55 and Krisfin Riddle 7:16.23 in the 1600 Meter Run. Kylee Strange 1:16.23 in tim 400 Meter Dash. Bil- ly Hedges 300 Hurdle in 59.37. Logan McNabb 2:30.80, Taylor Pur- vis 3:09.57 and Shelby Hedges 3:12.51 in the 800 Meter Run. Dale Curtis 10:49.28 and Car- fie Staviski 13:01.68 in Senior Savannah Day sets 2 PR's at EKC Champion- ship the 3200 Meter Run. Caden Messer 8-00.00 in tile Pole Vault. Savan- nah Day 10-03.50 Long Jump and Hannah Mill- er 45-08.00 in the Discus Throw. qhe teams are now preparing for the/M'ea 7 Championship Saturday in and the Region 6 2A Championship both to be held in Mason Coun- ty. I I Thirty-two regiomd win- ners have been selected as part of the 20!4. Forcht Bank/KHSAA ' CI.ASS Awm'ds Recognition Pro- gram. The 32 regional win- ners will each receive a $350 scholarship, an award from Forcht Bank and the KHSAA, and an invitation to the Awards Banquet on Sunday. One male and one female from the pool of regional honorees will be selected as tim statewide winner at the Awards Ban- quet, with each individual receiving a $3,000 scholar- I ship. Bath County s Taylor Everman and Christopher Stull were among the re- one female are recognized gional winners, fl'om each school, with tim The Forcht Bank/ hx:al school honorees uar- KHSAA CIASS Awards Recognition Program (Citizenship, Deadership, Athletics, Sportsmanship, Scholarship) honors de- serving senior student-ath- letes across the state. This is the 18th year the KHSAA has recognized student- athletes through a schol- arship program, which is open to all seniors that have participated in athlet- ics and/or sport-activities (competitive cheerleading, bowling, archery and bass fishing). One male and rowed down tO 32 regional winners, one male and one female from each of the 16 regions. To qualify for con- sideratkm in the program, a stndent must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5, verification of no game disqualifications for unsportsnmnlike conduct, and be involved in leader- ship roles within the com- munity. 20114 FORCHT BANK/ KHSAA CI.ASS AWARDS RECOGNITION PRO- GRAM REGIONAl.. grIN- NERS Region 1-Toni Fehren- bacher (19farsh dl Counly), WesAv jll (St. Mary) Region 2- Kaitlyn Gilkey (Caldwell County). Brett Se nore (Caldwell County) Region 3- Brooke I,ogsdon (Owensboro Catholic), Ixlgan Blue (Owensboro) Region 4- I.zuren Elson (Bowling Green), Chris- tian Naylor (Russellville) Region 5- Allie Ingran (Green Count3'), Spen- cer Chowning (Nelson Count3') I Region 6 - Kayla Knight (Southern), Cornelius Iangston (Pleasure Ridge Pa!:k) Region 7 - Martha GoR- brath (DuPont Manual), lx)gan Porter (Tfini (Ixm.)) Region 8- Kaitlin Mur- ray (Simon Kenton), Paul Millet" (Collins) Region 9 - Bfi my Turner (Dixie tteights), Evml O'Hara (Boone County) Region 10 - Amber Rob- inson (Scott), Aaron BoRs (Montgomery County.) Region 11 - Jodi De John 0,Voodford County), De- Marcus George (Madison Central) Region 12 - Allison Clark (Casev Count3,), Curry.: Brown (Mercer County} Region 13 - Pooja Kan- thawar (North Lmwel), Dalton Sizemore (Wil- liamsburg) Regkm 14- Colby Creech (Wolfe County), Stephen Skidmore (Powell County) Region 15-Caitlyn Hunt (Belfry), DMton Stanley (Pikeville) Region :16- Taylor Everman (Bath County), Christopher Stall (Bath Conn.) composite ACF score are necessary to be admired to the program. Students also must meet any spe- cific requirements that; are course related. Students enrolled in courses taught by MSU faculty on the Morehead campus, at one of our re- gional campuses, or on- line during the semester will receive a 60 percent scholarship and would be responsil)le for the re- maining tuitkm for their courses. Students enrolled in courses instructed by approved faculty in their school system will contin- ue to receive a :full waiver for the cost of tuition. Additkmal information is available by calling Pace at 606783-2995 or you can find an application at: moreheadstate.edu/early- college/. ',nd your news and photos to cecil@kynewsgroup.com Students from Bath County High School vis- ited the Morehead State University c mlpus, as part of the Early College Pro- gram, Thursday, April 24. More than 50 high schools and area technol- ogy centers offered MSU classes during the fall se- mester ,with more titan 2,000 high school students participating in the pro- gram. 'q'his program is truly a win-win opportunity. Stu- dents get to earn college credit for free or at a much reduced rate, parents have less financial burden for a college education and schools get challenging new courses which fitly optimize the talents of their high schools," said Joel Pace, director of early college programs. MSU and the partner schools are collaborating to meet a goal of 24 college credits :for all tfigb school students before they grad- uate. School systems tale ing part are: Bath, Boyd, Breatifitt. Cm'tem, Elliott. Estill, Fayette, Fleming, Floyd, Grant, Greenup, Henry, Jessamine, Jeffer- son, Johnson, Imott, Lee, Diwrenee. Lewis, Martin, Mason, Menifee, Mercer. Montgomery; Morgan, Nicholas, Oldh mL Ows- ley, Pike, Powell, Rowan, Shelby and Wolfe coun- lies; as well as Ashland Blazer, Frankfor t, Jackson, Maysvflle's St. Patrick, Paintsville Pikeville, Rus- sell, Raceland-Wor thing- ton independents; and Dd eside Christian Acad- emy. A minimuln 3.0 grade point average and an 1.8 ) Let me introduce myselfi I am Ed Mcl)anM and I am run- .ning for the office of Bath County Commissioner of l) istrict 1. I have worked in Owingsville as a barber for 25 years, and called it home [br 24 years. If elected as ),our commissioner I will work hard to meet the needs of the people of District 1. and I will be a strong voice tbr A.H, of Bath. County'. I will ensure that the roads in District 1. receive their fair share of road funds, and I will do every/thing I can to bring industry and jobs to Bath County to help secure the future for all of us. ~,m, Paid for b)' Candidate Ed ,'vlcf)aniel III II I I I r'