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KHSAA State Track & Field Meet

The TRACKCATS qualified 18 Athletes for the 2018 KHSAA Class ‘A’ Track & Field Championship Meet. The Girls competed in 7 events including the 4x800m Relay, 4x400m Relay, 1600m Run, 400m Dash, Pole Vault, Shot Put and Discus Throw. The Boys competed in 4 events including the 4x800m Relay, 4x200m Relay, 3200m Run and the

Bass Fishing @ KHSAA State Tournament

The BCHS Bass Fishing Team of Gabe Crabtree and Dylan Ferrell were on the water at Kentucky Lake for the KHSAA Bass Fishing State Tournament on Friday & Saturday May 11th & 12th. The fishing was tough on a very hot day The Team enjoyed the day on the lake and the experience of competing

KHSAA Region 7A Championship

The TRACKCATS competed in the KHSAA Region 7A Track & Field Championship at Russell on Friday May 12 on a near 90˚ windy afternoon. The Girls finished 3rd and the Boys 5th in the Championship Meet. The Girls will sent athletes to the KHSAA State Track & Field Championship Meet in seven different event and

KTCCCA Area 7 Track & Field

The TRACKCATS competed in the prestigious KTCCCA Area 7 Track & Field Championship at Russell on Friday May 4. The Girls finished 8th and the Boys 11th. The meet included teams from Bath County, Ashland Paul Blazer, Boyd, Russell, Raceland, Morgan, Mason, Bracken, Rowan, Montgomery, Elliott, Fairview, Fleming, West Carter, Lewis, Greenup, Rose Hill and

Vote for Nathan Davis as Kentucky.com Baseball Player of the Week

Bath County’s Nathan Davis has been nominated as the Kentucky.com Baseball Player of the Week. Kentucky.com’s Josh Moore posts a poll each week for fans to vote for the most outstanding performance by KHSAA baseball players. Nathan Davis earned his nomination by going 11-for-17, with 5 RBI, 1 triple, 3 doubles, and 12 runs scored

It is time for the 3rd Annual “Camp with the Cats”

Coach Bart Williams and his staff have announced the dates and times of the 3rd annual Camp with the Cats which will be held at the Bath County High School Gymnasium in Owingsville. The “Camp with the Cats” will be held Monday thru Thursday, June 11th -14th. The cost is $60. (However, an early bird

Wildcats Stay Hot Beating the Three Ms

The Bath County Wildcats earned three more victories using hot bats and strong arms on the mound as they improved to 18-3 on the season. The Cats beat the three Ms: Mason County, Menifee County, and Morgan County as they continue the program’s best start in school history. Last Thursday, sophomore Nathan Davis threw a

Wildcats Sweep Fleming County to Improve to 15-3

The Bath County Baseball team is off to their best start since the KHSAA has kept online records with a 15-3 start to the season. The Wildcats started 12-6 in 2006, 2013, 2016, and 2017. The Cats earned their last two wins over district rival Fleming County 13-11 and 8-5. The wins kept the team’s