April 23, 2014

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Moore named to All-Tournament Team Print E-mail

Ethan Moore was selected to the 38th District All-Tournament Team by WCYN. This is the first time the 38th District has honored an all-tournament. Pendleton County Wildcat varsity coach Ed Cravens said about Ethan’s selection, “His hustle and determination against Harrison County led to his selection for a very deserving honor.  We will miss Ethan and the entire senior class next season.”


Wildcats blowout Bourbon; Districts this week Print E-mail

Senior Aaron Gibson scored 13 points against Paris on Wednesday, February 13. The Wildcats went on to win by a score of 79-58. Photo by Monica Antrobus.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats defeated Bourbon County on Senior Night last Monday, February 11. The Wildcats led by just 12 points at halftime but took over in the second half, winning by the score of 102-66.

“The victory over Bourbon was a nice win as we shot the ball well,” Pendleton County head coach Ed Cravens said.

Lack of size, injuries hurting Wildcats as skid continues Print E-mail

Wildcats senior Andrew Antrobus tries to go up for a shot against Campbell County as seniors Ethan Moore and Mason Monroe look on. Photo by Bruce Reller, Jr.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats are in the midst of a 3-game losing streak. They lost two home games to Grant County and Campbell County last week to drop to 12-13 on the season.

“We are mismatched in size. That makes a huge difference,” Wildcats head coach Ed Cravens said. “We are still struggling with injuries.”

Boys 38th District Tournament Bracket Print E-mail


Wildcats seventh graders play for championship Print E-mail

Front row, cheerleaders, from left, Brianna Brockman, Chloe Baumgardner, Hannah Cornine, Whitney Manor, coach Abby Cunningham, Kristen Lawson, Heather Rick, Hailee Simpson, Lucina Lopez. Not pictured: Hailey Pensinger. Back row, Wildcats, assistant coach Christian Hutchison, Ben Wright, Jordyn Smith, Grant Walsh, Ethan White, Adam Antrobus, head coach Quentin Dennie, Brenden Neltner, Griffin Appleman, Brenden Caudill, David Burton, Tyler Wright. Not pictured: Tyler Meeks.

It has been awhile since a Sharp Wildcats basketball team has found themselves in the position that coach Quentin Dennie found his Wildcats in. Championship game of District 4.

“I'm very happy with the run my team made in the tourney,”  coach Dennie said about his team’s success.  “We have had a goal of making it to district championship. We made it.”

With a record of 21-11, the Cats are planning on their season not being finished and making another run in the regional tournament.  They were scheduled to play Turkeyfoot at Regional Tournament host Camp Ernst at 6:45 p.m. on Monday night but the weather may have played havoc with the ability to get that game played.

Wildcats defeat Robertson County, lose to Cooper Print E-mail

By Bruce Reller, Jr. Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats played just two games last week because of the snowy weather. They defeated Robertson County on the road and lost to Cooper High School at home.

The Wildcats first traveled to Deming to take on Robertson County last Tuesday, January 29. Pendleton County led 32-21 at halftime and went on to pick up their 12th victory by a score of 60-48.

"We didn't play well, but we played well enough to win," Wildcats head coach Ed Cravens said. "Ethan and Garrett are still out. That is hurting us some. We are relying on other people to step up."

Wildcats basketball team defeats Ludlow, lose to Harrison County Print E-mail

The Wildcats had numerous chances in the closing seconds to tie the game against the Thoroughbreds. Pictured is one of the many trips the Wildcats had down at the rim. Photo by Bruce Reller, Jr.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats were involved in two games decided by three points last week. The Wildcats defeated Ludlow on the road 67-64 and lost a home game to district rival Harrison County 55-52.

Pendleton County first took on Ludlow last Wednesday, January 23. Senior guard Aaron Gibson hit a 3-pointer with 24 seconds left in the game, and the Wildcats held on to a 3-point victory.

“We were fortunate to pull out the win,” PC head coach Ed Cravens said. “We struggled defensively guarding the 3-point shot as we gave them ten 3-pointers. We missed several free throws late in the game.”

Wildcats lose to Conner Cougars by score of 78-61 Print E-mail

Wildcats senior Aaron Gibson shoots a free throw against Conner last Tuesday, January 15. He scored 16 points in his team's 78-61 loss to the Cougars. Photo by Bruce Reller Jr.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats fell behind by 16 points in the first quarter and never recovered in a 78-61 home loss to the Conner Cougars last Tuesday, January 15.

"I felt that we were not ready to play mentally and perhaps physically also," Wildcats head coach Ed Cravens said. "We have a lot of kids battling illness, and I think this was a partial factor."

Wildcats win two, knock off Calvery Christian and Ryle Print E-mail

Pendleton County senior Mason Monroe secured second place on the all-time scoring list. He scored 15 against Calvary Christian. Photo by Bruce Reller Jr.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats won two out of three games last week, including victories over Calvary Christian and Ryle High School.

The Wildcats started off the week with a home game against Calvary Christian last Tuesday, January 8. Pendleton jumped out to a 34-13 halftime lead and never looked back in a 75-43 win.

“We were able to play all our kids that were able to play in this game and get them valuable minutes of experience,” Wildcats head coach Ed Cravens said. “We try to use each game to get better.”

Cats beat Bracken; lose to Montgomery on Alumni Night Print E-mail

Wildcats senior Ethan Moore shoots a free throw in the game against Montgomery County last Friday, January 4. Moore scored 22 points and grabbed over 10 rebounds in the defeat. Photo by Bruce Reller Jr.

By Bruce Reller Jr., Reporter

The Pendleton County Wildcats played two games last week and it resulted in a 1-1 split. They defeated Bracken County on the road 77-72 and lost a home game to Montgomery County 92-77.

The Wildcats first took on Bracken County last Wednesday, January 2. The Polar Bears kept it close throughout the game, but Pendleton County was able to pull it out by five points.

"We struggled with playing defense, especially in the half court," Wildcats head coach Ed Cravens said. "We scored in the mid 70's but gave up way too many easy baskets, often uncontested jumpers."


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