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News Outlook YOUr Hometown Newspaper September 05, 2013 -13 i iiiili i ii SiSi~ :~ !!!!:~/iil Ill I Submitted by Lisa McFarland On Thursday, August 29, Morgan County came to town for middle school football action. After falling behind in the first quarter, the 7th grade team rallied to a 32-8 victory. Landan Swartz put the Cats on the board in the 2nd qtr. A pass from quarter- back Lane Rogers to Jake Porter was good for the 2 point conversion to tie the score at 8. Starting 3rd quarter, Landan Swartz was back deep to receive the ball. He was able to shake off several tackle attempts and then get loose to score. A pass to Hunter Kissick completed a second 2 point conversion. This put Bath on top 16-8. During 4th quarter, David Lewis scored. Landan Swartz ran in for a third 2 point conversion. Then, once again, Landan Swartz scored his final touchdown of the night. Lane Rogers ran in for a fourth 2 point conversion. Defense would hold Morgan County to only 8 pts. The win runs the 7th grade win streak to three in a row. Photos submitted by Rick Staviski Left: Dale Curtis finished 1st in Boys' Varsity Right: Carrie Staviski placed 1st in Middle School girls by Coach Rick Staviski a 3K Middle School and the The Bath County Cross Country teams hosted the first of three scheduled home meets Thursday at the Bath Owingsville Sports Complex with an el- ementary 1600 meter run, Varsity meet_ In the girls elementary school race Caroline Whir finished 3rd with an 8:10.86 followed by Kaylee Stavis- ki in 9th with a 9:06.92. Running their first Cross County event were Isabell [ughes 11:42.79. Jaycie Bussell 11:52.55, Abigail Robertson 12:04.10, Rebec- ca Hill 12:04.50 and Karson ToUe 15:33.89. On the boys side Hunter Middleton, competing in his first Cross Country meet, finished 1st crossing the line at 6:53.74 and Taylor Purvis was 5th at 7:38.20. The girls Middle School team finished 1st with Car- rie Staviski taking the top spot lowed by Makenzie Snede- gar in 2nd place at 13:56.21. Kyla Copher set a new 3K Personal Record with an 18:14.40. Jenna Copher 18:46.71, Margaret Hughes 18:55.29, Shelby Hedges, in her first Cross County run, 19:00.61 and Kristin Ander- son 20:21.39 finished out the scoring for the girls. James Overholser placed 8th with a 15:09.53 and Ca- I I I After outlasting non-dis- trict opponent West Carter 5345 in overtime for its first win on Friday night, Bath County has turned its focus to Lewis County. The two Kentucky high school football programs are familiar foes. When the two teams met in 2012, Bath County edged Lewis County dingtoffs go-to receiver, reel- ing in four catches for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Dalton Stamm led Lewis County on the ground, rush- ing seven times for 27 yards. ordan McCann, Tyler Mustard and Mason Thur- man also took carries out of the backfield during Lewis County's 2013 season debut. Bath County, under the direction of veteran head coach Reed Fields, returned to practice earlier in the week. Kickoff for the Bath Coun- ty-Lewis County football game is set for 7:30 p.m. i leb Bowen 12th at 17:35.54 for the Middle School boys. The Varsity girls had only two runners, with Alex Emmons finishing 10th with a 26:38.77 and Gwenn Conley placing 24th with a 31:50.55, The boys Varsity was lead by Dale Curtis finishing 1st with a 19:08.70. Logan McNabb took the 2nd spot crossing ,,the-line at 19.'52.37.' Kevin Jones placed 8th with a 20:45,69 and Travis Wood- ard 13th at 22:48.36. Robert Davenport set a new Per- sonal Record finishing his race in 25:07.76 with Billy Hedges placing 23rd with a 28:32.59. The teams are young and are showing improvement with each meet and prac- tice. Their next meet will be at the Mason County All- Comers on September 10th and then again at the Ma- son County Invitational on , Saturday September t4th. ,Their next home meet be September 17 at the Sports Complex. 6275 Howards Mill Road Revival September 13th and 14th @ 7:00 p.m. Special Music Nightly Bill Fulton, Speaker September 15th @ 11:00 a.m. Special Music: Bluegrass Gospel Group (Musician appeared on Grand Ole Opry) Meal following service. 20-18. Bath County will visit Lewis County for the Lions' home opener. The Wildcats improved to 1-1 following the hard-fought victory over West Carter. Paris pulled away to beat Bath County 34-23 in a sea- son-opener on Aug. 24. Bath County met Paris in a game played as part of the Blue- jacket Hall of Fame Bowl. Lewis County opened its season with a win over Gree- nup County in Week 0. The Lions edged Greenup Coun- ty 26-20. With an open date last week, Lewis County had more time to prepare to Bath County. In the season-opener ver- sus Greenup County, Lewis County quarterback Isaac Weddington completed 10 of 15 passes for 190 yards and one touchdown. The Lewis County s' nal-caller also threw one interception. Jordan Davis was Wed- OwingsvUle Church of Christ 5410 Highway 60 East Owingsville, KY. 40360 for our Annual Home Coming September 8, 2013 DAN MURPHY FROM MT STERLING Sunday Bible class 10:00 AM: Sunday AM worship 11:00 AM: (A Covered Dish Dinner will follow our morning worship service) Sunday PM 1:30 PM: Do you stay overly tired? Evaluation may be essential to your health and vitality. DR.COMBS & ASSOCIATES CARI)IOVAS(,ULAR 8: SLEE[ .. ...... ,~ , < -~ ") CONSU ETING SER I(,ES 24 Clinic Drive Paris, Ky 40361 Office: 859.987.0302 drcombsandassociates.com Sophisticated Medical Care in a hometown setting. qffi,::e based testing Ilml ii