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Bath County’s Sarah Price gets 1st Career Start as WKU Upsets #23 Indiana

Former Bath County Girls Basketball standout Sarah got her first career start last Saturday as Western Kentucky upset #23 Indiana 85-74. Price was the lone freshman in the starting lineup as she scored 4 points, grabbed 3 rebounds, blocked 1 shot and had 1 steal in 28 minutes. Here is a look at her season

Jacob Mitchell Ranked in Courier Journal 16th Region Top 10 Players

Bath County High School Basketball senior Jake Mitchell is ranked as the #9 player in the 16th region by the Louisville Courier-Journal pre-season rankings. The rankings are voted on by coaches. Here are the entire 16th region team and player rankings. 16TH REGION * Teams: 1. Elliott County, 2. Boyd County, 3. West Carter, 4.

Boys Basketball Finishes Up Exhibitions with Hazard

The Bath County Boys Basketball team will finish up their exhibition part of the schedule with the Hazard Bulldogs. The 14th region squad, led by Coach Al Holland, always brings a lot of toughness and discipline to the basketball court and will be a tough test for the inexperienced Wildcats. The Bulldogs are ranked 8th

Opening Weekend a Great Start for Bath County Basketball

The Bath County High School Basketball team had a great opening weekend after a successful Cat Bash and 1st exhibition game. There was a great crowd for the annual Cat Bash which celebrated the opening of the boys and girls high school basketball seasons. Wildcat fans were treated to an evening of introductions of the

Hannah Bussell featured on KYTrackXC

Hannah Bussell. Photo by Ron Weaver Senior Hannah Bussell is featured on KYTrackXC Milesplit. Check out her Senior Sendoff. http://ky.milesplit.com/articles/196869-senior-sendoff-hannah-bussell-bath-county

Cat Bash is this Friday Night!!!

Bath County High School would like to invite everyone to our annual Cat Bash this Friday, November 18th beginning at 7:00pm. This event is to celebrate the opening of our Boys and Girls Basketball seasons. The cost of admission will be canned food items which will be donated to the BCHS Youth Service Center for

Basketball Season Almost Here

The fall sports season concluded with our cross-country teams competing in the KHSAA 2A State Championships on Saturday, November 5th. The attention now shifts to our winter sports. BCHS’ two basketball programs will begin the 2016-17 campaign under new leadership. On Saturday, the LadyCats, under new coach, Roger Newton, got their feet wet in their

XC at KHSAA State Championship Meet

Girls XC Team finished 18th at the KHSAA State Meet: Photo by BJ Bussell The Boys & Girls XC teams competed in the KHSAA State Championship Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. The girls finished 18th & the boys 28th in the Class AA meet. The boys had the misfortune of two injuries during the