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18 - November 01, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook S photo by Ron Weaver Senior BCHS Band members recognized on Senior Night included, from left, Matthew Strange, Robert Bowman, Morgan Curtis, Caitlan Joy, Macy Thompson, Matthew Lucas, Haley Lowe, Anastasia Cox, Natasha Graham, Lynzee Wilson, Felicia Hickerson, Derek Adkins, Jennifer King. Not pictured were Jason Little, Jordan Abrams, Bradley Skaggs, and Paige Bartley. These are football players or were not in attendance. Wildcats roll past Nicholas County in regular-season finale Photo by Ron Weaver Jared Castle dashes past the Nicholas County defender. jason Little led Bath Photo by Cecil Lawson Chase Hamm finds a hole in the Nicholas County line and pours on the speed, Bath County finished the regular-season portion of 2012 with a win on Friday night, defeating non-district foe Nicholas County 64-24. With the win, Bath County finished the regular-season 8-2 overall. Bath County went 4-1 in the Class 3A, District 5. The Wildcats will host Fleming County in the opening round of the Class 3A State Playoffs this week. Following the loss, Nicholas County exited the regular-season 6-4 overall. The Jackets compiled a 1-2 record in Class A, District 7. Nicholas County will be on the road in the opening road of the Class A State Playoffs, visiting South Floyd that same night. Bath County gradu- ally pulled away to de- feat visiting Nicholas County. The Wildcats held an advantage on offense, defense and special teams. Bath County erupted for a season-high 64 points Friday night. The Wildcats rushed for 314 yards. Versatile Bath County picked up another 262 yards through the air. Eleven different Bath County players rushed for positive yardage Friday night. Timo- thy Robinson led Bath County on the ground. Robinson rushed 10 times for 86 yards and three touchdowns. Tra- vis Robinson added 80 yards and three touch- downs via three carries for the Wildcats. Gary Dickerson also rushed fro a touch- down in Bath County's win. Bath County quar- terback Clark Kissick completed 12-of-20 passes for 262 yards and four touchdowns. Kissick went intercep- tion-flee against the Nicholas County de- County in receiving, reeling in three catch- es for 71 yards and two touchdowns. Robin- son and Chase Hamm added one' t0uchdcwn reception apiece for the Wildcats. Hamm grabbed a team-high four catches. Taborn Kissick also had three receptions for the Wildcats. Hamm and Collin Ray led the Bath Coun- ty defense with 11 tack- les apiece. Aiding the Bath County defensive effort, Robinson regis- tered an interception for the Wildcats. Bath County held Nicholas County to 95 yards passing. The Jackets picked up 223 yards through the air. Carl Hurd, JD Wag- oner and Austin Alli- son each had a rushing touchdown for the Jack- ets. Hurd led Nicholas County with 78 yards via 11 carries. Double Hung Windows stalled" /$289.00 per window DOORS!!! AS WELL AS SIDING & MET, L OPEN SATURDAYS LAW OFFICE OF ROGER L. BYRON Attorney & Counselor at Law 25 South Court, Owingsville 606-674-2911 Office Hours: M-F 8am-6pm, Sat 9am-4pm www.rogerbyronlaw.com THIS IS AN ADVERTIsMENT and Allison combined to rush for 111 yards on 32 attempts. Nicholas County quarterback Ben Dun- can completed seven- of-10 passes for 95 yards and one touch- down. Zack Howard led Nicholas County in receiving. Howard hauled in six of Dun- can's seven pass com- pletions for 95 yards. Allison, Howard and Dillon Webb led the Nicholas County de- fense with seven tack- les apiece. Bath County is set to play Fleming County in a rematch of a season- opener. On Aug. 17, playing at home, Flem- ing County defeated the Wildcats 33-6. Bath County, however, bounced back to win eight of its nine remain- ing games to conclude the regular-season 8-2. photo by Cecil Lawson Tailgaters enjoyed their last home game at the Bath County football field for the season just be- fore the Bath - Nicholas game last Friday night.. submitted by Kenny Williams The AccuSigns team, sponsored by AccuSigns Inc. of Owingsville, finished this year's season 30 - 1, winning the regular season and tourna- ment titles in both Morehead and Mt. Sterling Rec leagues. Kneeling, from left, Donnie Harper, Robert Sne- degar, Kenny Williams, Brandon Bowling, An- thony Thomas, and Matt Dillon; standing, from left, Jay Jones, Chris Butcher, Gerald Armitage, Bill Hodson, Danny Ginter, Travis Rogers, and Pat Armitage. i 22/ See more Sports on page GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE SALE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2012 AT 10:00 A.M. AT 195 BRANDY LANE, OWINGSVILLE, KY 40360/BATH COUNTY HOUSE AND LOT It consists of a living room, kitchen, three bedrooms and one bath. This property is considered unsuitable for the Rural Development, Housing Program. This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rentar property or for resale after repairs. An Open House will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 10:00.11:00 a.m. The minimum acceptable bid for this property is $28,560.00 Payment of the current year's property taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser. Clear title to this property is not warranted. The U.S. Marshal's Deed is not a general warranty deed. Buyers are advised to have the property's title examined. Written notification regarding encumbrances on the property must be made to the Rowan County Rural Development Office within 30 days. ******************************************************************* LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at 195 Brandy Lane, Owingsviile, Kentucky, in order to raise the sum of $46,502.70 principal, together with interest credit subsidy gra.nted in the amount of $12,429.55, plus interest in the amount of $4,693.57, plus amounts in escrow and other pending fees and charges to the account as provided by the loan instruments and applicable law in the amount of $15,558.69, and interest thereafter orl the principal at $10.1261 from January 20, 2012, until the date of Judgment, plus interest on the Judgment amount (principal plus interest to the date of Judgment) at the rate of 0.18% computed daily and compounded annually, until paid in full and for the costs of this action, pursuant to Judgment and Order of Sale, being Civil Action No. 5:11 -cv-OO383-JBC on the Lexington Docket of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, entered on April 23, 2012, in the case of United States of America vs. Ronnie Gene Carpenter, et al., the following described property will be sold to the highest and best bidder: A parcel of land located on Brandy Lane approximately 175 feet east of the junction of State Route 1944 in Bath County, Kentucky and described as follows:Beginning at a set 1/2 "rebar with aluminum cap stamped "CURD SERVEYING & ENG. INC., LS 2926" (set rebar with cap) on the north side of Brandy Lane, a corner to the parcel conveyed to Jeff Porter and Tammy Porter in Deed Book 186, Page 444, of the Bath County Court Clerk's records and a comer to th~ parcel conveyed to Farrell Winkler and Teresa Winkler in Deed Book 194, Page 636;Thence with the Winkler parcel and crossing Br,'andy Lane for one (1) call: (1) South 81-02-19 East 170.49 feet to an unmonumented property comer located South 74-36-52 East (0.74 feet from the approximately center of a 24" tree, a corner to the parcel conveyed to Darwin Rogers in Deed Book 193, Page 633, (Lot 3 of Harpers Rolling Hills Subdivison - Plat Cabinet "B" Slide 128);Thence with the Rogerslineforthree(3)calls:(1)South76-O0-539 East 5.0O feet to a set rebar with cap, (2) South 76-00-59 East 135.88 feet to a set rebar with cap,(3) South 76-00-59 East 10.00 feet to an unmonumented property corner in the gravel surface of Brandy Lane, a comer to the Southwest comer of a thirty (30) foot riight of-way; Thence with the west side of the thirty (30) foot right- ofway for one (1) call; (1) North 33-26-07 East 486.19 feet to a set rtebar with cap in a woven wire fence, in the line of the parcel conveyed to Farrell Winkler and Teresa Winkler in Deed Book 194, Ptage 636; Thence with the Winkler line for one (1) call: (1) North 72- 19-08 West 489.52 feet to a set rebar with cap, in the line of the palrcel conveyed to Integra Bank, NA in Deed Book 195, Page 412; Thence with the Integra Bank line for one (1) call: (1) South 23-28-1C3 West 55.19 feet to a set rebar with cap, an approximate comer to the parcel conveyed to Peggy Martin in Deed Book 187, Page 749; Tlhence with the Martin line for one (1) call; (1) South 13-37-23 West 245.52 feet to a set rebar with cap, an approximate corner to the patrcel conveyed to Jeff Porter in Deed Book 164, Page 593;Thence with the Porter line and the line of the parcel conveyed to Jeff Porter and Tammy Porter in Deed Book 186, Page 444, four one (1) call; (1) South 10-14-09 West 205.42 feet to the beginning containing 4.55~4 acres. Bearings are assumed from the record bearings listed in Deed Book 176, Page 552. This property description is based on a field survey conducted under the direction of Timothy E. Kelly, LS 2926, with CURD SURVEYING, ENGINEERING & LAND CONSULTING, INC., dated November 14, 2001, and is shown on plat of survey dated November 27, 2001, and made part of this property des