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The BCHS TRACKCATS competed in the 2019 KTCCCA State Track & Field Class ‘A’ Championship Saturday at the Mason County Indoor Athletic Complex in Maysville. The Girls finished 4th and the Boys 15th in the Class ‘A’ Track & Field Competition KTCCCA Medal Recipients: Isabella Copher is the 2019 KTCCCA Class ‘A’ State Track &

TRACKCATS Prepare for Indoor State Championship

The BCHS TRACKCATS are preparing for the 2019 KTCCCA State Track & Field Class ‘A’ Championship to be held this Saturday on the short 133.3 Meter Indoor Track at the Mason County Indoor Complex. Last year the Bath County Girls finished 3rd and the Boys 12th in the Class ‘A’ Meet 2018 KTCCCA Class ‘A’ State

Wildcats Not Hot Enough to Outshoot Favorite Elliott County in 16th Region Tournament

The Bath County Wildcats faced off with 16th region favorite Elliott County Monday night and they just didn’t have enough offense to overcome their elite firepower as the Lions advanced to Friday’s semifinals with a 74-64 win. In games this season, when the Bath County Wildcats shot 58% from the field while hitting 10 threes

Wildcats Play Elliott County Monday Night in 16th Region Tournament

The Bath County Wildcats will play the Elliott County Lions tonight in the 16th Region Tournament at Ellis Johnson Arena on the campus of Morehead State University at 6:30pm. This is only the 3rd time since 1977 that the Wildcats have played in back to back regional tournaments. Elliott County was the preseason favorite to

Bath County Goes Down Fighting as Rowan County Wins 61st District Championship

The Bath County Wildcats fought all night long but couldn’t overcome the Rowan County Vikings points from the free throw line as they fell 54-45 Thursday night. The Vikings made 11 free throws, which were 6 more than the Wildcats shot, and was ultimately the difference in the final score. The Wildcats finished 2 for

Video Recap of Bath County’s District Win over Fleming County

Check out Jared McDonald’s story and video about Bath County’s win over Fleming County in the 61st District Tournament. Bath County and Fleming County struggled to score when they met in the 61st District semifinals, but a late 3-pointer from Brooks Williams gave the Wildcats the lead and back-to-back region tournament trips for only the

Bath County Boys Basketball is Going Back to the Region Again

The Bath County Wildcats defensively dominated the Fleming County Panthers Monday night as they pulled out a 35-28 win to advance to the 61st district championship game for the 2nd straight year. It is the 3rd time (07-08,08-09) since 1977 that Bath County Boys Basketball will play in back to back regional tournaments. The Wildcats