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8 December 17, 2008 Your Hometown Newspaper Bath County News-Outlook. LadyCat Christmas Classic at Bath County High School, December 18-22 Pool A: Bath County, Powell County, Rose Hill, Augusta. Pool B: Fairview, Nicholas County, Deming, Lee County. Thursday, Dec. 18 5:30 p.m. - Fairview-Nicholas County 7 p.m. - Rose Hill-Augusta 8:30 p.m. - Bath County-Powell County Friday, Dec. 19 5 p.m. - Deming-Nicholas County 6:45 p.m. - Lee County-Fairview 8:30 p.m. - Bath County-Rose Hill Saturday, Dec. 20 11 a.m. - Powell County-Rose Hill 12:45 p.m. - Fairview-Deming 2:30 p.m. - Nicholas County-Lee County 4:15 p.m.- Augusta-Powell County 6 p.m. - Deming-Lee County 7:45 p.m. - Bath County-Augusta Bath County outscored Russell 23-5 in the second quarter Saturday en route to a 73-58 win over the Red Devils in the EKC (Eastern Kentucky Conference) Showcase at Lewis County. Senior Zak Metz paced Bath County with 19 points. Junior Taylor Maze added 17 points for the Wildcats. Scott Trusty also reached double figures for Bath County, finishing with 12 points in the EKC Showcase matchup. Metz was the top long- range shooter for the Wildcats, hitting a pair of three-point field goals. Russell. %Ve stress our defense each and everyday in practice," Hicks commented. "I tell our players that defense will win you championships and you have to approach games with a defensive mind set. You can never go into a game and try to out score someone. We say defense is a constant and every time we step on the floor you must play defense with great intensity. We played pretty good defense for about two and a half quarters. We still have some defensive fundamentals that we need to improve on but "We also did a good job of attacking their different defenses," Hicks commented. '"We saw a lot of different defenses and the players did a good job of reading the defense and attacking the basket. We also had a lot of assist and that is always good from a coaching perspective. We did a good job on the boards. We out rebounded them by a large margin. We also shot our free throws well. We know that we still have a lot of things to work on but on the flip side we are real excited to be 3-0 right now. "Joe Mabry did an we get everyone defensively then I have a chance to be a reall good team." Junior TannerAlexande and eighth-grader Kyle Skaggs led the Red with 17 points apiece. Bath County hit attempts from the free 1 line in the winning The Wildcats improved to 0 after posting the win. Russell dropped to 1- after absorbing the loss. /) BATH CO. RUSSELL 58 Bath Co. (73) -- Maze 17, Lyons 3, Smith 8, Metz "We got off to a slow the good thingisthatIhave excellent job defensively.19, Trusty 12, Roberts 6,- start, but after the firsta great group of young menHe got the tough defensiveMabry 8. .. quarter we started to settle to come to practice everyday assignment of guarding Russell (58) -- Davidson 74 in and played really good ready to work hard and getRussell s best player, 4, Alexander 17, Skaggs 17,,. "[ Sunday, Dec. 21 - No Games man to man defense, Bath better. The players work Stapleton. Stapleton came Stapleton 1, Ross 7, Taylol' . County Coach Jim Hicks extremely hard in practiceinto the game averaging 249, Goble 1, Boyd 2. confided, and they are very coachable points per game. Joe held BATH CO. 14 23 24 12 " Bath |akes 2 o| 3 games |ro l Morgan Bath County started theand this makes my job a lot him to one point. We take -- 73 second quarter on a 20-1run. easier." a lot of pride in our defense RUSSELL 19 5 17 17% The Bath CountyMiddle The Wildcats dominated at Bath County showcased and we love to praise players -- 58 School sixth grade fell to times in the game versus its versatility in the winwhen they do a good job ., Morgan County in a recent 16th Region counterpart over Russell. on the defensiv, e end. Once - game. Morgan County BM rl~~i': ~.b, ,1 I defeated Bath County 36- BBlh U|dd|@ baske|ba|| |Dams swee en||ee C0. [ Subsc . e to me 20. The Wildcats- following The Bath County Middle Toy led the Cats with 10 m the third quarter) CableI ]De [O u]e I :: the loss - dropped to 2-1. School basketball teams points. Keegan Sammons Wright netted 13 and Clark| NewsOutlook I Taborn Kissick led the Cats swept Menifee County scored eight points and Kissick added 11. In all, 10 ,, .- ...... with 12 points in the loss. earlier in the month in Blake Maze added six for different Cats scored. I all OUO-O/t4-Z 1 5 1 I;: The Bath County Frenchburg, winning all the winning unit. seventh grade team battled remained undefeated with three games. The Bath The Bath County back from eight points a 50-33 win over Morgan County sixth grade team eighth grade jumped to a mr '' down in the second half to County. Bath County defeated Menifee co. 15- 29-10 halftime lead before| ., ,, .. "a': earn a hard-fought 38-34 placed three players in. . \ From the familu of ! :, 5 Taborn Kissick led the outscoring Menifee Co 25- win over its Morgan Countydouble figures in the scoring way for the Wildcats w th3 m the third quarter and ..... " . opposition. With the win, column. Cable Wright led six points. The 6th gradecoasting to a 63-16 win. Omer "Mousie" Crouch I the Bath County seventh the way for Bath County improvedto2-0withthewin. The Bath County eighth A ,5 grade team improved to 2- with 14 points (13 in the The Sixth Grade Wildcats grade remains undefeated /' ........ ] ..... .......... _" .... ' 1. Spencer Waul led the second half). Tyler Wright also defeated Augusta at 3-0. Four different Bath ]made'ob0th my home and the fu- ;: scored 12 points and Clark earlier inthe month. County eighth graders lneral home, to those that prepared food : Bath County seventhgrade Kissick added 11. Clark The Bath County reached double figures in znd all nalll~oar~r ~ ~ '~ team with 14 points. KeeganKissick was clutch from the seventh grade team evened the scoring column. Joe ..... , Sammons, Patrick Toy and free throw line, hitting all its season record at1-1 with Snedegar led Bath County your prayers ano sup- j Blake Maze contributed seven of his attempts from a 33-17 win over theMenifee with 15 points. Tyler port during th'm difficult time of sorrow in - six points apiece for the the charity stripe. Bath County Wildcats. Patrick Wright scored 14 points (13 the death of Omer "Mousie" Crouch. Bath County seventh grade County broke open a close ..................... squad. / Beu,ahCrouch TheBathCountyMiddlegame, outscoring Morgan Turning 65 or Disabled? Beulah Crouch .., | and family ',( County 32-18 in the second Getting,Medicare? School eighth grade team half. 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