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14 -August 29, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook SPORTS Photo submitted This past weekend the Mike Swartz Racing Team took on Ponderosa Speedway for their FridayNight Rumble race paying $7500 and 191 Speedway on Saturday night for their local weekend race. Friday saw some great cars in the field and a pecked house. Derek was able to make the 23 car field but started deep in the pack at 17th but didn't stay there long. By mid-race Derek was up to 4th place and holding strong til a fellow competitor spun him on a restart in turns 1 and 2, ultimately ending the chance at the win and their night. Saturday the team was able to set Quick Time in qualifying but an accident caused the team to pull in in the heat race, but that still didn't keep them from winning the Feature race at 191 Speedway for the 10th win of the season. This weekend Is a $3000 to win race at 191 on Friday and a $4000 to win race on Sunday. We would like to see every- one come out and cheer us on. Photo by Cecil Lawson Senior defensive back Trent Sholar made a strong tackle against a Greyhound running back, The Bath County Wildcats opened their 2013 season with a hard-fought loss to the Paris Greyhounds Satur- day night in Carlisle at the Bluejacket Hail of Fame Bowl. The Greyhounds got off to an early lead, and the Wildcats gained momentum at half-time, but it wasn't enough to stave off the 34-23 loss. By Arlen R. McNabb, Bath County Athletic Director A beautiful weekend pro- vided a perfect backdrop to opening night of the 2013 high school football sea- son. Although Bath Coun- tyPs trip to Carlisle did not end as successful as many would have liked, football season is here and our fail sports season is well under way. Our volleyball program got its 2013 campaign off to a good start with wins against Bourbon County and Nicholas County. On Monday, the LadyCats de- feated Bourbon County 3 sets to 0, w!u.gi 25-13 and 2221::;Chi'a' County offered little resis- tance on Tuesday, failing 25-18, 25-13, and 25-13. Af- ter losing the first set 12- 25, Maysville St. Patrick rallied to defeat the Cats 2-3 on Thursday, winning the fifth and final set 15-12. Coach Jeremey Booher fs team will try to get its third win on the young season when they travel to Berea on Thursday for a contest with the Lady Pirates. Our soccer programs could not match the fast start of the volleyball team as they ended the first week of the regular sea- son winless. The LadyCats ended the week at 0-3, with losses to Estill (0-4), Berea (0-6) and Bryan Station (04). The team will have three chances this week Send your news and photos to cecil@ kynews- group.cam to pick up a win when they play Paris, Menifee and Boyd County. Although they began the season 0-2, the soc- cer Wildcats fared a little better, scoring in each of their two losses. On Mon- day, the varsity 'Cats lost at West Carter by a 4-1 mar- gin. Aaron Conn scored the tCats lone goal. On Tuesday, the team came from two goals down at Estill to tie the score at 3 with fifteen minutes to play. Unfortunately, the de- fense allowed two scores in the final ten minutes to set the final score at 5-3. Aaron Conn, Elon Barfley and Eli Hubbard scored for the i':iieam. The 'Cats will 10ok :to post a V 1 in the win column on Monday when they host Maysville St. Pat- rick. The JV team posted a Athleti(" Notes 1-0 win at West Carter and a 3-0 win at Estill on Tues- day. The boys golf team hosted Mehifee and Paris in a match at Old Silo on Wednesday. The Cats post- ed a team score for the first time this year, finishing second in the match. The team also competed in the Tares Creek Invitational on Saturday, but, no results were provided. The girls golf "team had two matches cancelled this week. They will play at Old Silo' on Monday and good weather is in the forecast, so there should be some scores to post next week. Our football team trav- elled.to Carlisle on Satur- day to battle Pads in' the Hail of Fame Bowl in a renewal of an old Class A rivalr 7. The 'Cats ot on ALTI U S F BROADBAND Surf the Internet at Ultra HIGH SPEEDS Special Back to school offer until.September 30th Installation is now only $50.00. You save $100! , No bandwidth limits s Unlimited access 2mb download and 500k up-load speeds available- 52.95 per month-no hidden fees. Call Now To Save & Start surfing! 606-375-4730 www.altiusbroadband.com To Service Our Bath County Patients... We will open our Owingsville Location 17 Miller Drive (Next to Ba Home Town Pharmacy) and will be accepting New Patients and WALK-INS beginning September 9th We will be open Monday, Thursday and Friday Mt. Sterling Office Frenchburg Office 125 Foxglove Dr., Mt. Sterling 784 Hwy. 36, Frenchburg 859-498-3333 606-768-9190 www.cfomilyclinic.com the board first when Caden Messer connected on his first field goal attempt, of the season. The lead was short-lived, however; the Paris deep-man ran back the ensuing kick-off for a TD and a 6-3 Greyhound lead. Brandon Price would answer with a long touch- down of his own, and later caught a DeKeiton Young pass for another score, but the wCats found themselves trailing at the half. The teams traded possessions in the second half but Paris would score on a sustained drive late in the third quar- ter to take a 2%17 lead. The Wildcats would cut the lead to four when Taborn tQssick made amarobati catch of a Young pass in the end zone to make the score 2%23. However, the Grey- hounds would score again to make the final 34.23. Brandon Price was named the Offensive Player of the Game for the eCats, while Bradley Skaggs would be the Defeasive Player of the Game. The Wildcats will host the Comets of West Carter on Friday. In MS action, the sev- enth grade football team, behind the strong run- ning of Landon Swartz, defeated Fleming County 28-0 on Thursday night to pick up their second win of the season. Landon would rush for three scores in the game and gained over 200 yards in the process. Noah Forkner would also score in the game. The eighth- grade team fell 30-6, and saw their record fall to 1-1 The MS Girls basketball teams had some success this past week, with the seventh and eighth grade teams each picking up a win. The seventh grade team won at Mason Coun- i ty on Tuesday night by a score of 33-27. The eighth- grade team would defeat West Carter 35-32 at home on Thursday. In the win, Jasmine, Flowers scored twenty points and pulled down eight rebounds. Other highlights for the week included Makenna Moore's fifteen points in the :31-28 seventh-grade loss at Nicholas ' on Sat- urday. Kylen Messer and Jasmine Flowers hit dou- ble-figures in the rebound department, gathering fifteen and eleven respec- tively. Current records for the season are as follows: 6th grade: 0-2 7th grade: 2-2  ;::St, h grade: 2-2 ..... It'%"late and another busy week looms. Here's hoping that each of you find a way to support our athletes this week. Have a great week!I! PURCELLS AUCTION SERVICE 174 Maple Groce Rd. Carlisle, Ky 40311 www.auctionzip.com PUBLIC RUCTION SATURDAY AUGUST 31ST @ iO:0oAM EDDIE PURCELL- Auctioneer License # P554 859-473-0630 LOCATED IN THE BOURBON SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 4243 LEXINGTON ROAD PARIS KY 4036! THIS IS THE SECOND AUCTION FROM THE CLOUGH, HER- RINGTON, AND SNAPP COLLECTION. 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