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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper August 29, 2013 - 17 w/3 BATH COUNTY FALL, SPORTS SPECIAL Bath County Football Wildcats 2013 Roster Photos by Cecil Lawson Left: Offensive MVP for Bath County was Brendon Price, presented his trophy by Nicholas County Athletic DI- rector Penny Bretz. Right: Penny Bretz presented the Bath County Defensive MVP award to Bradley Scaggs. Wildcatsfall to Paris in Nicholas County bOoW I Football season for Bowl at Ben H. Pumphrey goal in the opening quarter, ground, " 118 Bath County Wildcats ar- rived over the weekend. Bath County fell to Paris on Saturday in the inaugu- ral Bluejacket Hall of Fame Field. Paris fended off a Bath County comeback, winning 34-23. The Wildcats trailed at the conclusion of each quar- ter but remained within striking distance through- out the contest. But Bath County fell short against a Paris team that continues to show improvement.' Bath County received a stellar .performance from a veteran offensive stand- out. Senior Brandon Price provided Bath County with all three of its touch- downs. Price hauled in two touchdown receptions and rushed for another score. Paris outscored Bath County 6-3 in the open- hag quarter and after the two teams swapped touch- downs in the second period, led 20-17 at halffime. Bath County did own the game's first lead, though. Kicker Caden Messer put Bath County on the score- board first when he con- nected ona 24-yard field Pads, however, responded. The Greyhounds answered when Aaron Williams re- turned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown. Price rushed for a 56- yard touchdown and reeled in an 80-yard scoring recep- tion for another score for the Wildcats in the second quarter. Williams and Malik Washington each found the endzone for Paris in the second period as the Greyhounds took the hard- fought 20-17 lead into half- lime. The Greyhounds, a much-improved team, add- ed one touchdown in each of the last two quarters to pull away for the victory. Prior to falling short, Bath County visited the en- dzone for the final time in the fourth quarter. The Paris offense rushed for 288 yards. Pads picked up another 67 yards through the air. Williams led Paris on the yards via 12 carries. James Clark added 82 yards on six carries for the Greyhounds. Paris quarterback Cam- eron Downey completed five of 11 passes for 67 yards and one touchdown. Downey also rushed for one touchdown in the sea- son-opening win. The Greyhounds' Wil- liams and the Wildcats' Price earned offensive player of the game honors. Kobe Garrard was named Paris's defensive player of the game. Bradley Scaggs was honored as Bath Coun- ty's defensive player of the game. In another game played as part of the bowl, Nicho- las County blanked Brack- en County 44-0. Bath County will host West Carter for its 2013 home opener this Friday night. West Carter had Week 0 open. Kickoff for the Bath County-West Cart- er game is set for 7:30 p.m. 1 2 3 4 5 .6 7 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 30 32 33 34 35 37 4O 42 43 46 5o 51 52 54 55 56 57 6O 61 63 64 66 67 68 7O Blake Maze 12 RB/WR/DB Brody Donaldsonl0 QB/WR/DB Taborn Kissick 11 WR/DB Caden Messer 10 K/P Ty Rogers 9 WR/DB Zach Horton 12 QB/RB/DB Jeremy Terry 10 RB/WR/DB DeKeiton Young 11 QB/DB Conner Jewell 9 FB/LB Trentin Crump 12 RB/LB Hayden Ballard 9 RB/DB Austin Finch 9 WR/TE/DB Austin Akers 12 FB/LB Jesse Mann 11 WR/DB ,Trent Sholar,. 12 ...... RB/:DB Brandon Price 12 RB/DB Mason Compton 9 RB/DB Zach Martin 9 RB/LB Dalton Hatton 10 RB/LB Brian Gulley 1i RB/DB Patrick LaPointe 10 RB/DB Austin Kramer 9 WR/DB Travis Robinson 11 RB/DB Caleb Clemons 10 TE/LB Nathan Swartz 10 FB/LB Elijah Oertli 9 WR/DB Bryan Littleton 10 TE/LB Layne Easton 9 TE/LB Michael Denkins9 FB/LB John Workman 12 TE/FB Curren Shrout 12 FB/DL David Saylor 10 OL/DL Dallas Cooper 10 OL/DL Wyatt Sanders 11 OL/DL Elijah Razor 11 OL/DL Ben Scaggs 9 OL/DL Jordan Adkins 9 OL/DL AJ McLean 10 OL/DL Casey Ragland 12 OL/DL Josh Becker 10 OL/DL Billy Benney 10 OL/DL Aaron Lyons 10 OL/DL Tristan Downs 9 OL/DL Josh Marx 12 OL/DL Kevin King 12 OL/DL Wesley Helphenstine 10 OL/DL 72/44 Taylor McFarlandl0 75 Bradley Scaggs 11 76 Trevor Haddix 9 77 John Erwin 10 78 Dalton Richards 10 81 Hunter Johnson 11 83 Drew Forkner 12 85 Kris Krolikowskil0 88 Justin Harmon 10 Bluejacket Hall of Fame Bowl at Nicholas County Pads 34, Bath County 23 BC-Caden Messer 24 field goal; P-Aaron Wil- liams 85 kickoff return (run failed); BC-Brandon Price 56 run (run failed); P-Wil- liams 28 pass from Camer- on Downey (Downey run); OL/DL/TE OL/DL OL/DL . 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