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News Outlook Yolir Hometown Newspaper May 17, 2018 - 9 Wildcats solidify 20-5 record with road wins over Jackson City, Lewis County Porter, and Spencer Per- By Cecil Lawson grem shared duties on KyNewsGroup the mound. Rogers had 6 cecil@kynewsgroup.com strikeouts and allowed 5 hits and 5 runs, while Por- ter struck out 4 and allowed Coming off a district dou- 1 hit and 5 runs. Pergrem bleheader defeat at Rowan had 2 strikeouts. County last Tuesday, 0-7 After a few days off the and 0-9, the Bath County field, the Wildcats traveled Baseball Wildcats turned to Vanceburg Tuesday eve- things around with two big ning to take on the 12-10 wins on the road this past Lewis County Lions. week against Jackson City, The Wildcats had been 17-10, and Lewis County, 5-2 defeated by Lewis in the (in 5 innings). The Wildcats traveled to Breathitt County last Thurs- day to face the Jackson City Tigers for the second time this season. They previous defeated the Tigers 11-1 on April 13 at home. The Wildcats took an early lead in the game but Jackson City fought back and matched Bath County's 5 runs in the 3rd inning with 5 of their own. In the 4th inning, the Wildcats scored 9 runs, sealing their win from that point on. Even a 5 run rally by Jackson City in the 6th inning did not save the team. Landan Swartz and Grif- fin Fraley led the team at bat. Swartz had with 3 hits, 2 runs and 4 RBIs on the night, while Fraley had 3 hits, 3 runs, and 2 RBIs. Lane Rogers, Jake Softball Ladycats second seed heading into 61 District Tourney ning, when the Lady Pan- By Cecil Lawson thers began chipping away. KyNewsGroup Paige Faudere led the cecil@kynewsgroup.com team with 4 hits and 4 runs, while Hamilton had 3 hits and 4 runs and Darby The Bath County Softball Fraley had 3 hits. Ladycats took a few knocks Hamilton was also on the over this past week but will mound for the Ladycats, al- be heading into the 61st lowing 10 hits and 2 runs. District Tournament next She had 2 strikeouts and week as a second-seeded pitched 81 strikes on 140 team. pitches. Last Wednesday the La- "Good win in a long hard dycats fell on the road to fought game," Coach Wil- Greenup County, 4-5. liams noted. '"We had a season opener at home, 3-5, Game stats were not couple chances to put them but this time they faced a iavailable at the time the much different, more confi- I News-Outlook went to away and we couldn't capi- talize, but we could have dent beast. ' ] ress Neither team scored un- p " laid down when (Morgan) Head Coach Kenny Wil- Fern hit her second HR of til the 3rd inning. Nathan [ liams reflected on the the day to put them up in Davis hit a homerun and] defeat "It was a tou h g the top of the 7th. We came added three more to the loss for us considering we in got Kelsey (Roberson) scoreboard following a run I played so well. We got to on & Savannah (Hamilton) brought in by a Landan i figure out a waytohold off Swartz double, to make it I teams down the stretch took care of business and 4-2. [ Give Greenup credit they got the walk off. Big win .to set us up as the 2nd seed The Wildcats sealed the didn't lay down when they heading into the district win following a double by could have." tourney." Lane Rogers at the top of the 5th, bring home Spen- cer Pergrem for the 5th run. Davis was also on the mound for the Wildcats, striking out 6, and allowing 3 hits and 2 runs. The 20-5 Wildcats will wrap up their season this week as they travel to Race- land on Thursday and play back to back home games on Friday against Nicholas County (5:30 p.m.) and Bel- fry (7:30 p.m.) The next day they got a big skin-of-their teeth dis- trict win on Senior Night over Fleming County, 18- 1TheyT. had previously lost to Fleming on May 1, 2-3. The Ladycats clinched the win following a walk-off homerun by Savanna Ham- ilton in the bottom of the 7th inning, scoring 2 runs. The Ladycats led in the first half of the game and led by 13-7 by the 4th in- This week the Ladycats took back-to-back losses to East Carter on the road Monday, 0-14 (5 innings), and to Bourbon County at home Tuesday, 3-8. This was their first meet- ing with top ranked and un- defeated East Carter this season and their second match-up against Bourbon. They defeated Bourbon in their season opener, 5-3. East Carter dominated the Ladycats on the field Photos by John Homey Last Thursday was Senior Night for the Bath County Ladycats Softball Team. Recognized were Darby Fral- ey, Paige Faudere, Head Coach Kenny Williams, Katie Bowman, Kelsey Roberson, and Kachine Evans on Grayson with 13 hits and 14 runs for the night. East Carter pitcher Mon- tana Fouts pitched 12 strikeouts and 42 strikes in 51 pitches. 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