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News Outlook Baseball Wildcats 1 Beach 19 Wins Zane Blevins (photo courtesy of Stefani Donohew) Submitted by Coach‘Pat— rick Armitage Coach Patrick Armit- age challenged his team to have a clean finish to the final week of the regu- lar season. His team has answered the bell far by sweeping doublehead- ers from 62nd district op- ponents Morgan County (11-1 and 7-6) and Elliott County (11-1 and 63). The 7-6 Morgan County win was an epic 9 inning con- test that the Wildcats were fortunate to get. “Much of the season our younger players have got- ten a lot of attention for their good play and deserv- edly so. These past two weeks it has been our Se- niors that have stepped up in a big way,” noted Coach Patrick Armitage. Those seniors that coach mances is talking about are Zane Blevins, Joseph Manley, Dillon Hamilton, Caleb Rushing, Peyton Rogers, Alex Crouch, and Gavin Crouch. On Monday Blevins was the winning pitcher in both Morgan County gMes and offensively was 5/ 7 with a homerun, triple, and 10 to— tal bases. He also had the extra inning game winning hit. On Tuesday the good pitching continued with strong winning perfor- by Freshman Brock Donohew and Rog- ers. Blevins drove in two more runs as the teams designated hitter. Rushing, Hamilton, and Freshman Daniel Crouch all made key offensive contribu- tions. The Wildcats will next be in action Innrsday atéfiqrmw ,, in Owingsville vs Paris for Senior night. The District tournament will be held = this Sunday in Flemings- burg. Bath plays Fleming for the 5th consecutive season in the 6lst District ‘ opening round. The following baseball players received academic and character awards this year: Samuel Vincent Honor roll 3.5-3.9, Jayce I Smith, Caleb Rushing Class awards . 9th grade leadership award: Corbin Sorrell, Coo- per Smoot 10th grade citizenship: Kendall Vincent 12th grade citizenship: Caleb Rushing s- . . “M OJ :5 KEVINBOWLING UCTIO 8182 Morehead Rd Flemingsburg, Ky 41041 FARM EQUIPMENT/TRAILERS/VEHICLES WILL SELL AT 12NOON V Saturday May 29TH at 10:00AM we will be conducting a live in person auction at our auction facility located at 8182 Morehead Rd' Flemingsburg, Ky 41041 consisting of several items from the Fred Flora Estate(Poplar Plains) including a 1977 Ford F-350 flat bed, New Idea manure spreader(PTO),Shaver triple Hydraulic 12” Post Driv_er,20’ Gooseneck Cattle Trailer with tarp top, IH 12’ Wheel disc, Harrogater, hydraulic round bale mover,2 sets of Ford plows, other items included is a 20’ double G car hauler with dove tail/Ramps/ spare, Massey Ferguson 275 tractor,3 pt tiller,3 pt box blade, and more items to come. A large assOrtment of tools, hand tools, garage and shop items, farm supplies, and many other items will be included in the auction. We will begin the auction at 10AM on the smaller items, we will stop at 12 NOON at sell the Truck/trailers/farm equipment and larger items and return to the smaller items to finish out the Auction. Load out tractor will be on the premises. All items sold AS-IS WHERE—IS. This is our first live auction here at the auction facility since the COVID19 hit last March. We look forward to seeing every one. Concessions will be available. Call Kevin at 606-748-2696 with any questions or to consign. NO BUYERS PREMIUM 4.0 GPA, Brock Dono- hew, Clay Manley, Cooper . Smoot, Kendall Vincent, ~r~.~»~_«'\ a at. AUCTION FARM EQUIPMENT TRAILERS 197 7 FORD F350 TOOLS/ FARM & SHOP ITEMS SATURDAY MAY 29TH 10:00AM 8182 MOREHEAD RD FLEMINGSBURG,KY 41041 .NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS CASH OR GOOD CHECK DAY OF SALE NO BUYERS PREMIUM May 27, 2021 13 l W4 i! We remember the men and women who have so honorably served this country throughout history. We remember their courage, their selflessness and their dedication. On Memorial Day, take a few moments to reflect on the courage and patriotism Of these proud Amercians, and. voice your appreciation for their efforts. With deep gratitude, we salute our country’s brave and honorable veterans. " . re: "'1 .A .A. 606-748-2696