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12- September 16, 2021 Hometown News Outlook CMM'UNITY Football Wildcats WGSIBI‘II Hills WDIVEI'iIIBS, 35-7 .' By Cecil Lawson : KyNewsGroup : cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Bath County Wild- : cats dropped their second oroad game of the season figs they fell to the Western inlls Wolverines last Fri- I day in Frankfort, 35—7. : The game was added to :the Wildcats scheduled af- :ter Powell County forfeited due to COVID-19 on Sep- itember 3, and the Cats had ;a bye week for September '10. Yrs:- US 460 in Menifee County to be closed Monday, Sept. 27 By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com j Drivers who use US 460 near Means in Menifee County will need to find an alternate route on Monday, Sept. 27. The highway will be closed at milepoint 0.17 for replacement of a drain- age pipe. This location is just east of the KY 713 in- tersection and the Mont- gOmery County line. 'Work will begin around 8‘a.m., and should be com— pleted by 7 pm. During this time, the road will be Bath County last played Western Hills in 2018, with a 20—0 loss. The Wildcats struggled throughout last Friday night’s game, unable to gain yards on the field or to stop the Western Hills solid rushing game. Western Hills scored their first TD in their first scoring drive at the 8:13 mark. The Wildcats held on to the ball for the following seven minutes and made it within the 1 yard line, but a series of fumbles led to a turnover on downs with closed to all through traf- fic. This will impact travel between Frenchburg and Mt. Sterling. No marked detour will be posted. Passenger ve— hicles can use KY 713 (Hawkins Branch/Indian Creek Road) as an alter- nate route. Drivers of larg- er vehicles such as tractor- trailer trucks and campers may prefer to use I—64 and KY 36 through Bath Coun- ty to bypass the closure. In case of inclement weather, the closure will be postponed until another suitable date. 1:37 left in the 1st quarter. Western Hills ' scored again at 6:52 in the 2nd quarter and against a little over a minute later. The Wildcats scored their only TD with 3:01 left in the quarter with a 60 yard run by Quentin Lew- is, making the score 21-7. The Wildcats started off the 2nd half within a se— ries of losses of yardage, followedby a big Western Hills interception and 40 yard return, which result- ed in another TD, 27—7 with 8:40 left in the 3rd quarter. The rest of the 3rd quar- ter remained scoreless as both teams traded pos- sessions with no dramatic gains. Western Hills sealed up the game with another TD in the 4th quarter with 2:01 left on the clock, with a fi- nal score of 35-7. Quentin Lewis led the Wildcats with 113 yards in 15 carries and the only TD of the game. Samuel Ra- mey carried the ball twice for 22 yards, and Carter Hart had 5 carries for 12 yards. Quarterback Jacob Easton completed 7 of 28 passes on the night, for 59 passing yards. Jack Wilson completed recep— tions for yards, Hunter McCoy was for 18 yards, and Derek Butcher had one reception for yards. The Wildcat defense al- lowed 237 rushing yards against Western Hills, and 56 passing yards, but there were some bright spots during the game. Carter Hart had 8 total tackles on the night and 2 fumble recoveries, Brady Pitts had 7 tackles, and Hayden Meeks and Owen St. John each had 5 tackles Pnrnwnvs nialounl Pntvuulou on the night. Derek Butch- er had 3 defensive fumble recoveries, and Jordan Ev- erman had 1. Coach Chris Lane and his Wildcats will be on the road again this Friday night as they travel north to Vanceburg to take on the Lewis County Lions. The Lions, coached by Bryan Hoover, are 04 this season, with one COVID forfeiture. The Wildcats last faced the Lions in their season opener in 2019, with a 27—7 win. Kick-off is 7:30 pm. G Cats! ' GENTEII BElEBIlll'I'ES EAMIlY IIAY ll . ‘ DAY 1'0 Ell'l' lllNllEll WITH Yflllll j BllllllllEll 0“ SEPTEMBER 27. 2021 Pathways Regional Pre- vention Center (RPC) is joining thousands of com; munities celebrate Family Day? A Day To Eat Dinner With Your Day is a national effort to promote family dinners as an effective way to reduce substance abuse among children and teens. Fam- nationwide to Children. Family ily Day was created in 2001 by the National Center for Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University and celebrated on the fourth Monday each September. Research by CASA con-' sistently findsI more, often’ "children eat dififiéfihfifi’ifléfi‘fii’ifi‘mfi; ,;g 335:» ease ewe: ewes: ééer‘ $4 , the less likely they are to smoke, drink, and use oth- er drugs. In addition, the conversations that go hand- in—hand with family dinners help parents learn more about their children’s lives and better understand the challenges that children and teens face today. F am- ily Day promotes regular family activities to facilitate communica- tions, reminds everyone of the value of parental en— gagement, and encourages parentsto make family din- ners a regular feature in their lives. Regardless of a teen’s gender, family structure, parent—child ’ or family; socioeconomic .leif‘e‘l’, Gal‘smfegsearenffinds that teens that eat dinner with their families often are more likely ‘to do well in school, be emotionally content, have positive peer relationships, have health- ier eating habits, have lower levels of stress, be bored less often, and be at lower risk for thoughts of suicide. The research also finds that teens that have dinner with their families two or fewer times a week are more likely to use ciga- rettes, alcohol, and mari— juana and engage in other risky behaviors. Pathways RPC reminds everyone that “Parent Power” is the most potent and underutilized tool” to prevent" children : fi‘o‘fh‘tisi“ ing substances and engag- ing in risky behaviors. Use- your “Parent Power” and make a date with your chil—) dren for dinner on Septem—;; ber 27th and make familyil' dinners a priority. A Fam-u ily Day Parent Toolkit cand be downloaded at httpsz/ / l1 www.casafamilyday.org/ 5 themes/FamilyD ay/pdfs/ parent_toolkit.pdf. 1; Pathways RPC providesfi alcohol, tobacco, and other n drug prevention and sui-a cide prevention services in q Bath, Boyd, Carter, Elliott) Greenup, Lawrence, Me—n nifee, Montgomery, Mor— q gan, and Rowan counties/i For more information, call 606-329-8588, Ext..4099.g no 7:53 ' I) 15'4le 311'; 0}} I i . ' rl FOR knewsrou.com . lI Finances l‘mnt and center a! 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