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Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 11, 2009 7 Advertise in our upcoming Call 859-289-6425 or email at advertising@thecarlislemercury.com '07 Dodge Diesel S1.T 4x4 K1500 CAUDILL Continued from Page 1 isher, crossing the line in 20th ~lace in 21:02. Wildcat Joona Hulkkonen finished 24th in 21:19, followed by Femando Ortiz in 42ncl in 22:52, Nicholas Cox in 44th in 23:01, Bo Kaline in 47th in 23:10 and Dale Curtis in 58th in 25:16. As a team Bath County scored 116 points to earn the fourth and final automatic berth to the state championships, which will be held next Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. The top four teams and the five highest- finishing individuals not on one of those teams each earned a bid to the state meet. Elliott County captured the boys' team title with 30 points, followed by Shelby Valley with 59 points and Owsley County with 115 points. Wolfe County placed fifth with 139 points, with Cordia in sixth with 142 points, Pikeville in seventh with 157 points, Lee County in eighth with 159 points and Menifee County in ninth with 182 points. Trey Swartz led the Menifee County contingent in 25th place with a time of 21:20. Teammate Mark Clemons was 29th in 21:43, followed by Thomas Bowman in 33rd in 21:59, William Roach-Bar- rette in 55th in 25:00 and Cody Carpenter in 68th in 27:46. In the Class A Region 7 girls' race, Fairview runners claimed the top five spots to post a perfect score of 15 to win the team title. Haley Layne won the 5K event in 21:23, followed by Brooklyn Bow- en in second in 21:43. Elliott County was the team runner-up with 86 points, fol- lowed by Raceland (100 points), Owsley County (120), Pikeville (123), Paintsville (127), Bath County (164) and Lee County (183). Menifee County's Chelsea Walker led the local finishers by placing 12th in 24:41 to earn a bid to the state meet. Bath County's entries included: Shelby Fawns placing 29th in 27:29, Alexandra Emmons fin- ishing 30th in 28:03, Christina Thompson claiming 34th in 29:26, Morgan Crouch taking 43rd in 33:16 and' Chloe Green capturing 56th in 42:04. - In the Class 2A Region 6 Meet at Boyd County, Ashland Paul Blaz- er's Jon Renneker won the 5K race in 17:12.10, followed by defend- ing champion Tanner Alexander of Russell in second in 17:30.50, Ashland's Brennan Kizziar in third '08 Chevy K1500 '07 1(2500 Diesel 4x4 Several other pre-owned low mileage cars & tracks !o choose from. All prices are plus tax & title fees. Auto Outlet, Inc. in 17:47.60 and Ashland's Timmy Russell and East Carter all earned Callihan in fourth in 17:58.60. automatic bids to next weekend's Fleming County's Dalton Leet state championships. passed Mason County's Jim My- Mason County's Julia Woods ers with 150 meters to go to take cruised to her third consecu- fifth in 18:01.40. Myers finished tive regional title with a time sixth in 18:08.90, followed by his of 20:35.90. Russell's Jennifer teammate Nick Robinson in sev- Slone finished as the runner up enthin 18:16.80. in 21:27.40, followed by East Fleming County freshman Tay- Carter's Macy Dyer (21:32.90), Ior Hunt also had a battle down Mason County's Raylee Kirkland the home stretch. However, Rus- (22:24.50) and Russell's Jennifer sell's Brandon Yates edged Hunt Miller (22:33.40). by .40 seconds. Hunt, who placed in addition to the top three 12th in 19:07.60, still earned a teams, the top five individual fin- bid to the state competition, by ishers not on one of those teams finishing among the top five in- also earned berths to Saturday's dividuals who were not on the state meet. top four teams. Rounding out the The coaches voted on the All- Panther lineup was Collen Catron, Region 6 team prior to the region- who was 33rd in 21:52.50, and al meet. The following athletes Kyle Boswell, who was 46th in were chosen: boys'firstteam: Na- 23:45.90. than Woods (Mason County), Dal- "We just had four runners to- ton Leet (Fleming County), Timmy day and I was a little disappointed Callihan (Ashland Blazer), Brennan that we did not have a full team, Kizziar(Ashland Blazer),Jim Myers but the four guys who showed up (Mason County), Tanner Alexan- gave ittheir best" Fleming County der (Russell), Jon Renneker (Ash- coach Tim Hamm said. "We were land Blazer); boys' second team: at least able to get two to state, Carter Couchot (Russell), Dylan but I would have hoped to get the Banks (Mason County), Brandon whole team. Yates (Russell), Austin Craft (Ash- "They're peaking (right now)" land Blazer), Rakesh lyer (Ashland Harem added. "I believe we Blazer), Nick Robinson (Mason should have two 'pr's' on Satur- County), Taylor Bradley (Ashland day. Now that Dalton is done with Blazer); girls' first team: Jenni- football, he should be better and fer Miller (Russell), Macy Dyer knock off some time. It will be (East Carter), Kayleigh O'Connor the first time this year that he will (Rowan County), Raylee Kirkland have practiced with us for a full (Mason County), Katie Coldiron week." (Greenup County), Jennifer Slone Ashland Blazer won the meet (Russell), Julia Woods (Mason with 25 points, followed by Ma- County); girls' second-team: son County (60), Russell (73), Kirsten Jordan (East Carter), Cara Rowan County (89), Boyd County Woods (Mason County), Charline (140), Morgan County (170), West Tarring (Lawrence County), Sierra Carter (171) and Lewis County Anderson (Mason County) Sarah (185). Bellingham (Mason County), Ju- In the girls' race, Mason County lia Duncan (West Carter), Valerie finished with 26 points to repeat Rice (Mason County). as champions, half as many points The state meet will be held Sat- as Russell with 52. East Carter fin- urday at the Kentucky Horse Park. ished third with 60 points, while The Class A girls' meet will begin West Carter was fourth with 105, the day at 9:30 a.m. That race will followed by Morgan County in be followed by the Class A boys at fifth with 129 and Lewis County in 10:15 a.m the Class 2A girls at sixth with 159. By virtue of their 11:30 a.m. and the Class 2A boys team finishes, Mason County, at12:lS p.m. To REACH OUT TO THE CUSTOMERS IN TODAYS ECONOMY FOR ONE LOW PRICE 5 PAPERS COVERAGE WITH 10,000 CIRCULATION WE OFFER Aggressive Advertising T,TB~th C0uotYt~ j| I rliSlLe qll rcu ' ews-uuuoog Me feeCo News News I sMc Hamilton I AdverUsing ExeouUve 11 I1 Located: 60 Slate Ave Will be hosting a certified For part "D" Drug plan Advantage plan for Friday & Saturday November 27 & 28 THINGS ARE YOU DO NEED A CHECKUP Owingsville, Ky insurance agent: and Medicare checkup. 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