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18 - November 08, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook SPORTS by Coach Jeremy Booher Some celebration and some sadness all in this week's edition of the ath- letic news and notes... Our Faotball team host- ed next door neighbor Heming County Friday in the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs. The Panthers came out very hot as they took an early 29-0 lead. Finally, with less than a minute to go, the Wildcats found the end zone to cut the lead to 29-8 going into the break. With the momentum, and making some halftime ad- justments, the Wildcats got on a roll the second. half. Curren Shrout ended up with 3 touchdowns and the third one put the Wild- cats up 36-29 with only three minutes remaining. With just 16 seconds on the clock, Fleming County found the end zone to cut the lead to 36-35. Once again, going by the adage of tying the game at home Athletic Notes and going for the win on the road, Heming County took a chance at winning the game with a two-point conversion. Fleming County caught a short pass and put the ball in the end zone to take the lead and the win. The loss ends the Bath County Wildcats football season with a re- cord of 8 wins and 3 losses and improved their rank- ing by 42 spots from last year which is a HUGE improvement. We are all proud of the success our Wildcat football team this year. On the other side of things, the BCHS Boys Cross Country team won their 2nd consecutive re- gional rifle yesterday at Fairview and has qualified for the state cross coun- try meet! The boys  team was led by Evan Staviski, who also won his second straight individual rifle. Staviski blew the field away by completing the course in 16:42, which bested his time from last season by 25 seconds. Staviski will try to best the school record which cur- rently sits at 16:20 as he also tries for a state rifle at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington this Saturday. The girW Cross Country team also did stellar fmish- ing in third in the region. Here are the results for both teams: Boys: 1st Evan Staviski 5th Seth Christopher 7th Dale Curtis 8th Kevin Jones 22nd Logan McNabb 58th Billy Hedges Girls: 10th Alex Emmons 12th Haley Clark 161h Shelby Fawns 27th Chloe Greene 34th Margaret Hughes 43rd Erin Hartley Good luck to both Cross Country teams at state this week. As the cross country teams battle it out for a state rifle, let's all remem- ber that YOU CANq" HIDE THAT WILDCAT PRIDE!!! Good luck to all of our athletes this week, and as always GO WILD- CATS!!! Athletic Schedule (No- vember 5th- 10th) Monday, November 5th NO SCHEDULED CONTESTS Tuesday, November 6th NO SCHEDULED CONTESTS Wednesday, November 7th NO SCHEDULED CONTESTS Thursday, November 8th NO SCHEDULED CONTESTS Friday, November 9th NO SCHEDULED CONTESTS Saturday, November 10th XC @ Kentucky Horse Park (State Meet) 9:00am photo submitted by Kristi Swartz photo submitted The 6th grade Bath County Middle School Wild- cats took first place at the Estill County Tour- nament on Saturday. Standing, left to right: Chandler Otis, JJ Crisp, Justin Purv!s, Austin Reed, Jake Porter, Andy McFarland, Jordan Da- vis; sitting: Lane Rogers, Hunter Kissick, Brandon Mullins, Landan Swartz, Matthew Meadows. Con- gratulations to the teaml Bath County High School runner Evan Staviski completed his regular Cross Country season on Saturday at the Region 7A Championship, finish- ing first with a 16:42.65, claiming the title for a second year in a row. This completes the 'Triple Crown" for Staviski this year having won the Eastern Kentucky Conference and the Area 7 Championship earlier in the current season. He will compete in the State Meet on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. If Directillns: From Mt. Sterling Exit 110 take Hwy I 1 North 9 miles, turn right at "Sharpsburg Wall", go straight approximately 1 mile. *** SALE NO. 1 ***  7558 WEST TUNNEL HILL ROAD 3 bedroom frame home with a large living room, kitchen with built in with washer/dryer hook-up, full bath, partial un- rmished basement, covered front porch, concrete patio. Hardwood floors, fireplace, shingle roof, vi- nyl exterior wall covering. Approximately 1590 s.f. living area. Gas heat, city water, KU electric, pub- lic sewer. ]4' x 46' utility barn. Recently sur- veyed .65 acre near level lot. Home is presently rented by the month at $400.00. *** SALE NO. 2 *** 75/48 WEST TUNNEL HILL ROAD ] bedroom frame home with 960 s.f. offering a liv- ing rm, kitchen w/built in cabinets and a full bath. Washer/dryer hook-up, hardwood flooring, vinyl exterior walls, shingle roof, total electric heat and air (heat pump), covered front entrance porch. KU electric, public water and sewer. Lot size is .70 acre. Home is presently rented by the month at $350.00. These 2 properties adjoin but WILL BE SOLD SEPARATELY AND WILL NOT BE GROUPED. TER2VIS: 10% down the day of the auction with balance due within 30 days. Possession with the deed subject to the tenants present month rental agreement. Property taxes will be paid by the sellers for the 2012 tax year. Any inspections, incluclin. . g lead base paint, .... can be conducted during the 10 day period prior to the auction by potential bidders. Post sale mspect/ons wall be warred. Announcements Day Of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed or Verbal Advertising. II I"  S 1913-.. 859-498-4317 AUCTIONIIII: Edwin O. Burden. Allen "Buck" Prewitt. Mlckey Staton NOTE: **OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 11.2-4 P]VI. Other times MUST BE BY AP- POINTMENT. Homes are in good repair and will make a great investment as tey are already rented or ideal for owner occupied residences. Call selling agency for more info and visit our website at WWW.mclaa.com for all our real estate listings. 2012 Class 3A Regular Season Football Records Bourbon County (11-0) Breathitt County (11-0) Monroe County (10-1) Wayne County (10-1) Bell County (9-2) Fort Campbell (9-2) Belfry (9-2) Central (9-2) Bath County (8-3) Pike County Central (8-3) Paducah Tilghman (8-3) South Warren (8-3) Morgan County (8-3) Mason County (7-4) Fleming County (7-4) Garrard County (7-4) LaRue County (6-5) Russell (6-5) Adair County (6-5) Lawrence County (5-6) Corbin (5-6) Trigg County (5-6) Lewis County (4-7) Magoffin County (4-7) Sheldon Clark (4-7) Hart County (4-7) Edmonson County (3-7) Henry County (3-8) Heath (3-8) Casey County (3-8) East Carter (2-8) Jackson County (2-8) Powell County (2-9) Knott County Central (2-9) Western Hills (1-9) McCreary Central (1-9) East Ridge (1-9) Webster County (1-9) Elizabethtown (1-10) West Carter (0-10) Estill County (0-10) 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, i Housing Program. This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental 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, Owingsville, Kentucky, in order to raise the sum of $46,502.70 principal, together with interest credit subsidy granted 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 on 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-00383.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 descdbed property will he 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 the parcel conveyed to Farrell Winkler and Teresa Winlder in Deed Book 194, Page 636;Thence with the Winkler parcel and crossing Brandy 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 comer 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-O0-59 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 right 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 rebar with cap in a woven wire fence, in the line of the parcel conveyed to Farrell Winkler and Teresa Winkler in Deed Book 194, Page 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 parcel conveyed to Integra Bank, NA in Deed Book 195, Page 412; Thence with the Intagra Bank line for one (1) call: (1) South 23-28-10 West 55.19 feet to a set rabar with cap, an approximate comer to the parcel conveyed to Peggy Martin in Deed Book 187, Page 749; Thence 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 comer to the parcel 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 4.554 acres. Boadngs 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 1.4, 2001, and is shown on plat of survey dated November 27, 2001, and made part of this property description.BEING THE SAME REAL PROPERTY acquired by Ronnie Gene Carpenter, single, by Deed from Frontier Housing Inc. dated Apd116, 2003, of record in Deed Book 202, Page 709, Bath Count Clerk's Office TERMS OF SALE: Ten percent (10%) of the bid price (in the form of a Cashier's Check made payable to the U.S. Marshal) on the day of sale with good and sufficient bond for the balance, beadng interest at the rate of 0.18% per annum until paid, due and payable in sixty (60) days and said bond having the effect of a Judgment. Upon a default by the Purchaser, the deposIt shall be forfeited and retained by the U.S. Marshal as part of the proceeds of the sale, and the property shall again be offered for sale subject to confirmation by the Court. This sale shall be in bar and foreclosure of all right, title, interest, estate claim, demand or equity of redemption of the defendant(s) and of all persons claiming by, through, under or against them, provided the purchase price is equal to two-thirds of the appraised value. If the purchase price is not equal to two-thirds of the appraised value, the Deed shall contain a lien in favor of the defendant(s) reflecting the right of the defendant(s) to redeem during the period provided by law (KRS 426.530). Under law, the purchaser is deemed to be on notice of all matters affecting the property of record in the local County Clerk's Office. Inquires should be directed to: Dorothy Fannin Smith, Area Director Rural Development Area Office Morehead, Kentucky Telephone: 606-784-6447