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ZZ - November 01, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook by Coach ]eremy Booher The last two fall sports begin their postseasons this upcoming week. This and more in this week's edition of the Athletic Notes... Our Football team hosted next door neigh- bor Nicholas County this week. The Wildcats jumped out to the early lead, and never let up. Several Cats got in on the scoring action as the Wildcats got to play a lot of different players, and rest up a lot of people for their game next week. The Wildcats (8-2)and ranked 19th (accord- Athletic ing to maxpreps.com) in 3A will now prepare for their first round playoff matchup against Fleming County. The Panthers come into the Contest with a 64 record and are the lath ranked team in 3& Both teams are 4-0 against common opponents this season with the Wildcats being 5-0 at home and Fleming County being 3-2 on the road. This game should be a great one, as the Cats are starting to peak at the right time and are poised for the victory. The BCHS Cross Coun- try teams had the week off this week as they prepare for the Regional Championships this week at Fairview this Saturday. Good luck to both Cross Country teams, As the football team and cross country teams be- gin postseason, let's all re- member that YOU CANrr HIDE THAT WILDCAT PRIDE!!! Let's get ready for Friday to support foot- ball team as they host the first round of the 3A state playoffs against Fleming County. Good luck to all of our athletes this week, and as always GO WILD- CATS!!! Athletic Schedule (Oc- tober 28th - Nov. 4th) photo courtesy of Bath County School District Coach Reed Fields Bath County High School football head coach Reed Fields has been named the 2012 Eastern Kentucky Con- ference (EKC) Coach of the Year. Fields, a vet- eran coach, continues to the Wildcats in cord and a 4-1 record in Class 3A, District 5. Fields has Bath Coun- ty back in the postsea- son after the Wildcats missed out on a trip last season. Bath County completed the 2011 sea- son 3-7. on Ib theq*dl t Pd gss: :