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18 - August 29, 2013 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook SPORTS Bath County blanks St. Patrick The Bath County boys' soccer team prevailed in its home debut on Men- ,day, shutting out visiting St. Patrick 9-0. Bath Coun- ty, a team under the direc- tion of head coach Chris Roussos, received scoring from six different players en route to the win. Justin Rawlings led the Wildcats with four goals. Rawlings was the only Bath County player to net more than one goal. Elon Bartley, Jarred Hen- derson, Zach Horton, Eli Hubbard and Caden Messer each had one goal for the Wildcats. Messer dished out a team-high three assists for Bath County in the convincing victory. Rawl- ings and Zach Miles add- ed one goal each for the Bath County boys' soccer team. liott County. In a season- Goalkeeper Jakob opener on Monday, Aug. White led Bath County 19, West Carter beat Bath defense with his shutout County 4-1. Bath County performance, fell to Estill County in a The Wildcats opened game played one day lat- the season 0-2, follow-er. Estill County defeated ing back-to-back losses the Wildcats5-3. to West Carter and El- More on the Bath Coun- 2013 BCHS BOys Soccer RoSter Head Coach: Chris 10th 8th Roussos Zach Miles Laken Sparks Asst. Coach: Allen 12th 8th Messer Demetrius Mynheir Katlyn Terry 11th 8th Elon Barfley Justin Rawlings Deana Willoughby 10th 12th 8th Aaron Corm Timmy TerreU Paige Conley 9th 11th 7th Hunter Crouch Dawson Walden Margaret Hughes 9th 9th 7th Dawson Elam Jakob White Cailyn Oldfield 9th 11th 7th Gabe Henderson Tanner Whitton Justyce Vancleve 11th 9th 7th Jarred Henderson Trevor Winburn Sadara Copher 10th llth 6th Zach Horton Nalie Bartholomew Madelynne English 12th 8th 6th James Howard Jordan Blevins Gabfiela Holbrook 9th 8th 6th Eli Hubbard Jade Davis Kiki Howard 12th 8th 6th Hunter McCarty Madison Howard Makayla Parsons llth 8th 6th Logan McNabb Lyvia McNabb Amber Wilson 10th 8th * 6th Caden Messer Holly Price ty-Estill County boys' soc- cer game follows. Bath County 5, Estill County 3: Bath County was limited on the road on Tuesday, Aug. 20, eventually falling to Estill County. The host Engi- neers pulled away to beat Bath County 5-3. Elon Barfley, Aaron Conn and Eli Hubbard each had one goal for the Wildcats. Another player, Caden Messer, aided the Bath County offensive at- tack with an assist. Bath County girls' team tough early schedule The Bath County girls' soccer team has faced a tough early schedule. Bath County has suffered four losses via shutout, falling to EstiU County, Berea, Bryan Station and Pads. Through four games, oppo- nents have outscored Bath County 20-0. The Lady Cats were back in action on Wednesday, hosting 61st District foe Menifee County. The Bath County- Menifee County girls' soc- cer game ended too late to make this edition. Wildcat Cheerleaders [ 2013-14 Cheer Roster Brittany Balmer 12th Rachael Fightmaster 12th Kaitlyn Sammons llth Madison Boyd Shae Wright 9th llth Hannah Bussell Ally Angel 9th 10th Michael Corum Kendra Wills 9th 10th Danielle Darden Chy Begley 9th 9th FAMILY DISCOUNT DRUGS "Your Healthcara Team Working For You(" DME Medical Supplies. 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Bath County, which hosted an opponent for a third straight home match, managed to win two games. St. Patrick edged the Lady Cats 3-2 in Bath County's closest contest in three early-season outings. Circuit Court Claudette Clerk: iaudet Snedegar Committed, Dedicated & Reliable Faudere Deputy Clerks: Tracy Crockett, Glenda Otis, "lbnya 'Ih.ompson, LuAnn Oney, Malinda Munday, Suzanne Hawkins In close fashion, St. Pat- rick defeated Bath County 12-25, 25-20, 15-25, 25-21, 15-12. Bath County, under the guidance of head coach Jeremey Booher, opened the season with back-to- back shutout wins over Bourbon County (3.0; 25- 12, 25-13, 25-22) and Nich- olas County (3-0; 25-18, 25- 13, 25-13). Bath County will hit the road for its first away game on Thursday, venturing to Berea for another non- district contest. 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