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c News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 08, 2012 -19 -+ SPORTS/'SCHOOL Wildcats fall to Fleming County in opening round Bath County had a stel- back Clark Kissick, Cur- lar season endin the open- ' rent Shrout and Travis ing round of the Class 3A Robinson continued to State Football Playoffs lead the Bath County of- late last week. After jump- fense. Shrout paced Bath ing ahead 29-0, visiting ..... ......  County on the ground. Fleming County had to Kissick led the Bath fend off a hard-charging County aerial attack, Bath County football along with Robinson, his team to prevail in the first top target in the Wildcats r round of the Class 3A llth game of the 2012 Football Playoffs Friday season. night. The Panthers were Bath County had de- successful in the end, feared the Panthers 33-6 edging Bath County 37- in a season-opener. 26 in the opening round With the win, Fleming meeting between the two County improved to 7-4. longtime gridiron rivals, photos by Ron Weaver The Panthers advance to Fleming County Left: Jarod Castle turns the ball upfield for yards after the catch meet Mason County in knocked off a much- Right: Chase Harem #18 and Jason Little #11 combine to tackle the Fleming County Runner in the Maysville on Friday, Nov. improved Bath County first half 9 in the second round of football team. Under the three minutes remain- terback also played a key ing County on the ground ' five yards as the Panthers the Class 3A State Play- direction of veteran head ing before the Panthers role in lifting his team to a as he rushed 13 times for won and advanced in the offs. When the two teams coach Reed Fields, Bath scored, made good on a win late in the contest. 143 yards and One touch- Class 3A State Playoffs. met during the regular- County had won eight of two-point conversion at- Maverick Burnett led. down. ,,' Fleming County won season, last month in its last nine games prior tempt and secured the Fleming County in receiv- McAdams,+, showing the postseason game in Flemingsburg, Mason to Friday night's outing, win. ing. Burnett hauled in 11 his versatility, rushed 10 the final quarter after County blanked the Pan- The Wildcats concludo Senior quarterback receptions for 126 yards times for 30 yards and McAdams connected thers 34-0. ed the season 8-3. Bath Desmond McAdams led and three touchdowns, one touchdown, with Burnett on a 7-yard Kickoff for the playoff County wrapped up one the Fleming County of- Chaise Gulley grabbed Austin Hunt, aiding the scoring pass and hooked matchup featuring Flem- of its most successful sea- fense. McAdams complet- two catches for 55 yards Fleming County often- up with him on a success- ing County and Mason sons in school history, ed 13-of-22 passes for 181 in Fleming County's thrill- sive effort, rushed seven ful two-point conversion County is set for 7:30 p.m. Bath County battled yards and three touch- ing win. times for 40 yards, throw, in Maysville. back to lead 36-29 with downs. The veteran quar- Burnett also led Flem- Gulley rushed once for Experienced quarter- Sp00k00 Science submitted by Aman- enjoying an evening eteria to listen to an teachers, Mr. Ben Bow- da Mason filled with storytelling, entertaining story from en, Mrs. Jennifer Wright, On Thursday, Octo- spooky science, and BCMS's very own author and Mrs. Karyl White. ber 25th, Bath County tasty campfire treats at and storyteller, 7th grade Students and their fami- Middle School hosted the first ever S'More Sto- Social Studies teacher, lies created Green Slime, over 150 students, fain- ries and Spooky Science Mr. Andy Crouch. Insta-Worms, Glow Pow- ily members, teachers, event. Those in attendance der, Bleeding Paper, and administration, and corn- The event began with were then invited up- Screaming Balloons. mtmity members. The all of the guests gather- stairs to experience Throughout the eve- group spent two hours ing in the BCMS caf- BCMS 6th grade stu- ning campfire-favorite Bath Cross Country boys s'more-themed treats and hot chocolate were served, and added just the fight sweet touch' to and girls move on to state dents showcase their or Mrs. Ashley Watts, an evening of fun, fam- wonderful writing skills the 6th grade Language ily entertainment. The with original story pre- Arts teachers, evening concluded with " sentations. A total of 5Q+ In addition to sharing Mr. Ben Bowen's highly talented 6th grade stu- and listening to stories, anticipated,; +:e:l)loye tent read the+stofie :'those .... iii attendance Serf-Carving Pumpkin they had written under: participated in spooky demonstration that did the guidance of either science experiments not disappoint the enthu- Mrs. Amanda R. Mason hosted by BCMS science siastic crowd. Courtesy of Robin Tolle Congratulations to the Bath County High School Cross Country Teams! Boys - Region 7 Class A Champions! Girls - State Qualifier! The Boys defended their Regional title and captured 1st place. The team was led by reigning regional champion and senior, Evan Staviski. The Cross Coun- try cats found four of their runners on the podium placing in the top eight. Evan Staviski placed 1st Seth Christopher placed 5th Dale Curtis placed 7th Kevin Jones placed 8th Logan McNabb placed 22nd Billy Hedges placed 58th The Girls team ran a tremendous race. Going into the race as probable underdogs, the Ladycats placed third securing a spot at the Kentucky High School Cross Country State Meet. The Ladycats missed the runner=up posi- tion by a mere 3 points. Alex Emmons - placed 10th Haley Clark - placed 12th Coach Shawn Tolle, Seth Christopher, Karson Tolle, Coach Robin Tolle, Dale Curtis, Coach Tim Bailey, Billy Hedges Middle: Evan Staviski Front Row: Margaret Hughes, Erin Hartley, Alex Emmons, Logan McNabb, Haley Clark, Chloe Greene Shelby Fawns SS 19 colors to choose from * Orders cut to the inch/ $1.69 If DOGHOUSES/LAWN FURNITURE/CHICKEN COOPS Shelby Fawns-placed TRUE BUILT B 16th +c+e +e+ - ++ I Margaret Hughe - placed 34th Erin Hartley - placed 43rd Back Row:. Kevin Jones, Coacl, Rick Staviski, ; 1/2 miles SE of Flemingsburg, Ky. on Rt. 32 (next to VALERO gas station) ..... 4 )uality is our Goal! .Ask For Henry Yoder or Dan Esh Mlr 11, Mountain Telephone Your Rural Cooperative (606) 743-3121