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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper July 02, 2015 - 15 O O O O , With the NCAA Base- ting average (.332), runs A number of individualcentage (16th - .654)• ball College V rorld Se- per game (8•4), doubles players also finished Senior first baseman ties wrapped up, the (172), doubles pergameamong the nation's topKane Sweeney, who is organization's final stats (2.87) and slugging per- 20 in a multitude of cat- now a member of the have been released, and centage (•516)• egories. Senior catcher New York Yankeest 01-- Morehead State Univer- Morehead State also Chris Robinson, the ganization, cracked the sity claimed first place in placed highly in sev- OVC Player of the Year, top 20 in four catego- five national categories• eral other offensive cat.- was among the best in ties, including walks per The 2015 Eagles, who egories, including runs seven categories, includ: game (11th - 0.90), runs won the Ohio Valley scored (2nd - 505), hits ing runs per game (2nd - per game (15th - 1.08), Conference Tourna- (2nd 736), on-base 1.34), hits (2nd- 99), RBI total bases (17th - 152) ment title and partici- percentage (3rd - .415), per game (6th - 1.19), to- and on-base percent= pated in the program's sacrifice flies (7th - 34), tal bases (6th - 161), bat- age (19th - .482)• Senior first NCAA regional home runs per game ting average (8th-.402), right-fielder Brandon since 1983, paced all 295 . (12th - 1.10) and hit by a doubles per game (12thRawe, who was drafted Division I teams in bat- pitch (16th - 81). - 0.43) and slugging per- by the Miami Marlinsw • " Photos by Chy Carpenter Coach =Pitch Little League 401(k) Rollovers I IRAs Life Insurance [ Medicare Supplements2 Recruiting Sales Manager Pat Letcher • 859-289-5757 Representatives Chris Fryman • 859-473-2110 ( ~arlisle, KY Kdlv Rice • 859.473..0338 C.arlisle. KY Aaron Cobb • 859-t73..0778 Carlisle. KY lohn~'a Earlvwme • 859-473-1612 Carlisle. KY Dwight Akers • 859-585-6913 ,\I/. Stmling, K'~ Dennis McNabb • 859-398-0333 Owingsville. KY Robert Snedegar • 6063360494 Owingsville. KY dd l.i{d h~suranceSociely, tlome Oifice: Omaha. Nebraska organization, rankedgame (4th- 0.47) and among the elite in three hits (T-17th - 90), while categories, including Spencer was among the runs per game (6th - best in RBI per game 1.15), hits (T-8th - 92) (7th - 1.18) and sacrifice and total bases (13th - flies (20th - 7). Kent was 152). ranked in runs per game Senior leftfielder Nick (10th - 1.10) and hits ('F.- Newell, senior short- 17th - 90). stop Robby Spencer Morehead State, un- and sophomore cen- der the direction of terfielder Ryan Kent third-year Head Coach were ranked in in the Mike McGuire, set pro- top 20 in two categories gram records for victo- each. Newell's rankings ties (38) and OVC wing included doubles per (20). Bath County High School Football 2015 Schedule County, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 West Carter, 7:30 Aug. 21 at Fairview, 7:30 p.m. '- p.m. Oct. 9 at Lewis County, Aug. 28 Rowan County, 7:30 p.m. , 7:30 p.m. Oct. 16 Fleming County, Sept. 11 Morgan County, 7:30 p.m. " 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at Russell, 7:30 Sept. 18 Bracken County, p.m. 7:30 p:m. Oct. 30 at Nicholas Sept. 25 Pendleton County, 7:30 p.m. The family of Mag Hawkins would like to e express their sincere appreciation to our family and friends of Bath County. The phone calls, cards, flowers, visits and all the food provided to our family meant so nmch to us. We would like to say a special thank you to Ralph White and the congregation of the Polksville Church of God. The special meal you provided following the funeral and your love, care and concern shown to us will never be forgotten. We appreciate your continued prayers for our family. Sincerely Dennie and Melodie Hawkins Phillip and Barb HawMns ...... and family {,, . . ° The Orangeburg Lions Club will be hosting an Ice Cream Social on Sat- urday, July 11, beginning at 4 pm, at the Orangeburg Community Center. All proceeds will benefit Jack Shepherd, son of Steven and Mary Jo Shep- herd. Donations will be accepted at the door. Two-year-old Jack hepherd has been diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL). He had a string of random fevers throughout the winter that were attributed to a virus. It wasn't until this past April when his doctor ordered blood work that Jack was diagnosed with leukemia. Jack's treatment began in April with a 35 day stay in Cincinnati Children's Hos- pital where he received chemotherapy treatments as well as transfusions and occupational and physical therapies. ' Since that time, Jack and his mother have been making regular visits to the hospital for tests and treatments: Because Jack was also diagnosed with the Philadelphia chromosome, an abnormal small chromosome that is sometimes found in the cells of leukemia patients, he takes oral che- motherapy nightly. The Philadelphia chromosome diagnosis means Jack also faces at least three more extended stays in the hospital for intensive . chemotherapy treatments. To assist with this ordeal, an apartment in Northern Kentucky was donat- ed to the Shepherd family. When he isn't required to be in the hospital, this allows Jack to have time with his five-year-old sister, Mary Kate, and his parents. The community has also rallied to provide assistance with such daily necessities as food and travel, but those burdens, and more, remain for the duration of Jack's treatment. This event is aimed at filling this void, and assisting in any other way that is needed. For those who are unable to attend but would like to contribute, dona- tions may be mailed to jesse Hester 9591 Mason-Lewis Road in Maysville;. Kentucky. For more information you may contact Shelby or Garnet Trimble at 606-742-2554 or Michelle Crawford at 606-584-0185. l