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A lot will be happening tonight at Kenton High School as the Kenton Wildcats entertain Bath in their final home game of the 2016-17 season. 
 
It promises to be a busy evening tonight at Kenton High School. The program's annual Parents' Night festivities are on tap, and it will also be Senior Night for Wildcat seniors Thomas Phillips, Brady Donnelly, Trent Hites and Hunter Phillips. 
 
Also on the docket, Kenton High School will honor the 1967 boys basketball team which went 17 and 3 and won the Western Buckeye League 50 years ago. 
  
This year's Wildcats have already won nine more games than all of last season, and a win tonight would clinch a winning season for Kenton. The Cats are 11 and 8 overall, including 1 and 6 in the Western Buckeye League, with three games left in the regular season. 
 
Bath is stumbling towards the finish of a disappointing season. The Allen County Wildcats are 3 and 15 overall, including 0 and 7 in the Western Buckeye League. Bath has lost seven straight games and 14 of its last 15 after a 2 and 1 start to the campaign. 
 
WKTN will have all the action live tonight from Kenton High School, with the pregame show starting around 7:15 p.m. 





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