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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 06, 2014 - 17 Community Halloween frick or l"reat Wildcats win regular-season finale over Nicholas County Photo by Ronr!Weaver Senior running back Travis Robinson turhs the corner for a good gain. I Photo by Cecil Lawson Seniors Taborn Kissick and Bradley Scaggs celebrate following one of Kissick's touchdown runs. The Bath County Wild- cats won their regular-sea- son finale on Halloween Night. Host Bath County managed to turn back Nicholas County, defeat- ing the visiting Jackets 26-18 in a non-district high school football game on Friday night. The win allowed Bath County to conclude its sea- son 2-8. The Wildcats, how- ever, fell short of reaching the Class 3.4, State Playoffs. With the loss, Nicholas County exited the regular- season with a 2-8 record. The Jackets, who play in a four-team district, automat- ically advance to the Class 1A State Playoffs. Leading Bath County the win, surpriqer#pl- ment quarterbac'abbfh Kissick c0mpldt'e-d" s6n of nine passes fgr 138 yards and one touchdown. Kissick, who overcame throwing one costly inter- ception, rushed 15 times for 61 yards and one touch- down for the Wildcats. Pacing Bath County on the ground, Nathan Swartz rushed 10 times for 82 yards and two touch- downs. Ty Rogers, Travis Rob- inson and Connor Jewell also rushed for positive yardage for Bath County in the victory. The productive Rogers hauled in all seven of Kis- sickrs pass completions. Rogers reeled in seven pass receptions for 138 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, Taylor Mc- Farland led Bath County with 11 total tackles. Following McFarland in the tackles column, Kis- sick contributed six stops for the Wildcats. Swartz, Robinson and Michael Denkins added five tackles apiece for the Cats. Tristen Downs added I-H e''h e r', p i irr i m !-" [ Somewhere, hidden in one of l advertisements in this paper is a plump, juicy turkey - exactly like the I one right here (except maybe a wee bit smaller). Drop off or mail the form J to our office on 81-A Water St, Owingsville Kentucky by November21st. Drawing [ held on November 25th. an interception fpr Bath County in the hard-fought win. Nicholas County was held to 255 yards of total offense in the non-district loss The Wildcats v win halted a five-game 19sing skid, le 'e jackgts suffered tlelr fourth strmghf 19ss: I Name: ]Phone: Address: Where you found the turkey: L Veteran's Day November 11, 2014 In front of the Bath County Courthouse at 11 a.m. "Let us remember, lest we forget" I. Welcome - Mayor Gary M. Hunt II. National Anthem -B.C.H.S. Band III. Presentation of the "Bath County Commu- nity Service Volunteer Award" Sonny Rawlings IV. Pledge/Presentation of Colors- Boy SCout Troop 222 V. Placement of Memorial Wreaths Troop 222 - Cub Scout VI. Musical Selections - B,C.H.S. Band Ensemble, Director Rob Rawlings VII. A Tribute to Veterans - Eleanor Bailey VIII. Recognition of Veterans IX. Special Singing - Tracy Botts X. Playing of Taps XI. Closing Prayer - Bro. Anthony Anderson / / / / t