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6 Sept. 15, 2010 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook BCHS boys' golf team claims fourth straight All 'A' title The boys' Class A re- gional Golf Tournament was held Monday, Aug. 30 at Hidden Cove Golf Course at Grayson Lake State Park. Elliott County hosted the event but couldn't knock off a longtime powerhouse. Bath County claimed the re- gional championship for the fourth straight year with a team total of 152. Bath County also had the lowest three in- dividual scores in the regional small school boys' golf tournament. Individual scores for the Bath County team were as follows: 1. Logan Hogge-36; 2. Darren Carpenter-37; 3. Chris Stull-38; 4. Ty Stewart-41; 5. Garrett Howard-48. The team totals were as follows: 1. Bath County-152; 2. West Carter-165; 3. Elliott County-173; 4. Menifee County-189; 5. Morgan Co.-201; 6. Raceland-202; 7. Fairview- 204; 8. Rose Hi11-204. Bath county moved on to participate in the Class A State Tourna- ment in Richmond on Saturday, Sept. 11. Bath falls to Prestonsburg in district game trict title contender, fell be- hind early in the game. The Blackcats broke open a scoreless contest with 8:57 remaining in the opening quarter. Prestonsburg went on te pack a 21-0 lead out of the initial quarter and led 34- 0 at the intermissiorL The Blackcats led 48-7 at the conclusion of the third quarter. Quarterback Adam Crisp completed 15)f-21 passes for 221 yards and two touch- downs. Alex Griffith, Nathan Slone, Bryson Williams and Joseph Jamerson hauled in multiple catches for the Blackcats. Griffith caught three passes for a team-high 62 yards. Slone and Williams each had a receiving touch- down. Jamerson led Prestons- burg on the ground, rushing eight times for 84 yards and one touchdown, Kain Col- lins rushed nine times for 43 yards and two touchdowns., Williams rushed for times for 33 yards and one touchdowrL As a team, Prestonsburg rushed 36 times for 210 yards. Defensively, Griffith regis- tered a team-high 11 tackles for the Blackcats. Griffith also recorded me assisted stops. Jamerson was the second-leading tackler for Prestensburg. Alex Garner recorded 1.5 sacks for the Blackcats. Zack Kendrick and Chris Cook each had one OWINGSWIIA - It didn't take the Prestonsburg Black- cats long to put a non-district loss to Breathitt County be- hind them. Prestonsburg, back on the gridiron, faced Bath County Friday night in a key district game. The host Wildcats were looking to get into the win column for the first time this season but couldn't fend off talented Prestonsburg. Playing on the mad also didn't deter the Blackcats. Prestonsburg scored , three touchdowns in the opening quarter and never faltered, defeating the Wildcats 48-13. Prestonsburg improved to 3-1 while Bath County dropped to 0-4. Bath County, a former dis- sack for Prestonsburg in the dSstmtw Williams and Grant Ander- son - making it tough for Bath County to move the football through the air - recorded one interception apiece. Bath County quarterback Clark Kissick completed 16- of-33 passes for 139 yards. The Bath County signal- caller threw interceptions. Jared Castle, Jason Little, Michael Wells, Garrett Vme - gar and Chase Harem hauled in two or more catches apiece for Bath County in the loss. Vinegar led Bath County on the ground as he rushed 11 times for 25 yards. Curren Shrout rushed three times for 23 yards in the district loss. The Wildcats struggled to gain yardage on the ground, rushing 25 times for 49 yards. Bath County will entertain Berea Friday, Sept. 17 in a non-district game. Kickoff for the Bath Coun- ty-Berea game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Joe (606) 763-9328 Norman (606) 763-9370 Lonnie (606) 763-9273 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 09-CI-90276 GMAC MORTGAGE PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE KENNETH BUCKLER, ET At. DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 22 January 2010, Second Order of Sale entered on 19 March 2010, and Third Order of Sale entered on 20 August 2010to raise the sum of $69,101.42, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 25 September 2010, at the hour of I p.m., the following described property: The following described real estate situated in Bath County, Kentucky, to-wit: A certain parcel or lot of land lying in Bath County, Kentucky, on State Highway No. 11, and near to the town of Sharpsburg, and which is bounded and described more particulady as follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stake on the West side of State Highway' No. 11 and 30 feet from th e middle of highway, comer with lands of Elgin Rogers, formedy Walter Shrout, and running with his line and line of Ramey land in a Northerly direction, a distance of 136 feet to a post in Ramey line; thence running in a Westedy direction with the line of Ramey a distance of 194 feet to a stake in Ramey and Calvert line; thence with Calvert line and running in a Southeastern direction, a distance of 266 feet 8 inches to a stake on West side of Highway No. 11; thence with West side of high- way and 30 feet from middle thereof and running in an Eastedy direction a distance of 144 feet 8 inches to the point of beginning. There is EXCEPTED from the above descdbed parcel of land, the tract conveyed to the Commonwealth of Ken- tucky for the use and benefit of the Translrtation Cabinet, Department of Highways, by Irene Rogers, single, et al. by Deed of record in Deed Book 194, Page 236 of the Bath County Clerk's Office, and more particularly described as follows: Being a tract of land lying in Sharpsburg, Bath County, along Proposed KY Hwy. '11 approximately 0.18 kilome- ters (0.11 miles) Southeasterly of the intersection of proposed KY Hwy. 11 and KY Hwy. 36, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point in the Northwest property comer, being also a point in the West existing right of way line of KY Hwy. 11, and being 23.462 meters (76.97 feet) left of KY 36 Connector station 1713}679.252; thence with the exist- ing right of way line 10.736 meters (35.22 feet) along an are to the dght, having a radius of 209.331 meters (686.78 feet), the chord of which is South 50 degrees 30 minutes 20 seconds West, 10.734 meters (35.22 feet) to a point in the existing right of way comer 12.96 1 meters (42.52 feet) left of KY 36 Connector station 17+677.026; thence with the existing right of way line South 51 degrees 58 minutes 29 seconds West 42.114 meters (138.17 feet) to a point in the proposed dght of way comer 28.000 meters (91.86 feet) left of KY 36 Connector station 17+667.240; thence with the proposed dght of way line North 41 degrees 35 minutes 27 seconds West 17.499 meters (57.41 feet) to a point in the proposed right of way 25.000 meters (82.02 feet) dght of KY 36 Connector station 17+650.000; thence with the proposed right of way line North 63 degrees 05 minutes 24 sedonds West 6 1.257 meters (200.97 feet) to a point in the North property line of 37.346 meters (122.53 feet) dght of KY 36 Connector station 17+590.000; thence with the North property line South 85 degrees 43 minutes 46 seconds East, 107.998 meters (354.33 feet) to the point of beginning. Address: 23 Main Street, Sharpsburg, Kentucky 40374 Parcel Number: 004-20-01-001.00 Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and easements. Being the same property conveyed to Kenneth Buckler, unmarried who acquired title by virtue of a deed from Irene Rogers, unmarried, by Wanda R. Lyons, her attorney-in-tact, dated July 10, 2006, filed October 19, 2006, recorded in Deed Book 214, Page 141, County Clerk's Office, Bath County, Kentucky. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) percent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The suc- cessful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety beadng interest at the rate of twelve (12%) 3er annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should ex- ecution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase pdce. Hen. Ead Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in The Bath County News-Outlook on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010 I 11th Annual Semi-Annual Amish School Benefit Supper Auction & Quilt Raffle SuoDer 4:30 - 7:45 D.m. Auction Starts At 6:30 n.m. Biscuit and Gravy, Eggs, Sausage, Pancakes, Fresh Fruit with Homemade Ice cream DONATIONS ACCEPTED FOR MEAL QUILT RAFFLE Hand Quilted Queen Size Quilt $5)0 per ticket or 5 Tickets For $20 Tickets sold at May'=; Uck Hamess Tack & Shoe, Pleasant View Furniture, Creekside Country Store & Country Variety Store LOCATION: Scenic View Amish School on Helena Road, 4 miles east of May's Lick or 2 1/2 miles west of Wedonia on 324F DONATIONS GLADLY WELCOME FOR AUCTION ITEMS Contact the following with donations or for more information: American Legion Post #17 Charity Horse Show West End Park, Carlisle, Ky 6:00 p.m. September 18, 2010 Gate Admission $3.00 person children 6 and under free  No Entry fee for stick horse and lead line $5.00 entry fee for classes 3 thru 20 Premium 1st $40.00 2nd $30.00 3rd $20.00 4th $10.00 5th Ribbon All horse must have negative Coggins and Health Certificate paper 1. Stick Horse 2. Leadline 3. Egg and Spoon 4. Pleasure Mares 5. Baby 6. Spotted Horse (17 and under) 7. Country Pleasure 8. Pleasure Geldings 9. Spotted Horses (18 and over) 10. Suitcase Race 11. Speed Racking Break 12. Costtmle Class 13. Catalog Race 14. N'r_holas County Pleasure (17 and under) Nicholas County residents only 15. Spotted Pleasure horses 16. Buggy Class 17. Nicholas County Pleasure (18 and under) Nicholas County Residents only 18. Passenger Pickup 19. Trial Pleasure 20. Pleasure Stallions (riders must be 18 and older) Not Responsible for accidents For more information contact Penny Hogg 859-473-2788 cell or 859-289-5224 .'i'.