April 24, 2014

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Skills and Drills Softball Clinic Print E-mail

Are you a “girl of summer” between the ages of 6 and 14 playing recreational softball this year? Would you like to work on your skills and improve your game?

The Kentucky Dirt Divas are hosting a “Skills and Drills” Clinic at the Pendleton County Athletic Park on Saturday, April 12. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.  The cost is $25 payable to Kentucky Dirt Divas.

Each player must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

There will be two fields in use for maximum group instruction on hitting, throwing, catching, fielding and position play.

The clinic will run from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. ending with a scrimmage.

Each player should bring a glove however, bats and cleats are optional.

Hope to see you there!

Text questions to 859-912-4326.


Monroe named Elks Hoop Shoot Champion Print E-mail


Five years ago, Southern Elementary Physical Education teacher Josh Hamm allowed the students who shot the most free throws for their grade level to compete at the local Elks Club.

Dearborn inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame Print E-mail

Wildcat Senior Lance Jones was announced Honorable Mention All 10th Region by the boys basketball coaches and former PCHS athletic director Gary Dearborn was inducted into the 10th Region Boys Basketball Hall of Fame at the 10th Region Boys Basketball Banquet at Paris High School.

After the season is completed, the 10th Region Boys Basketball Coaches Association hosts their annual banquet to recognize their All-Region teams and to induct the Hall of Fame class.  This year, was no different and two Pendleton Wildcats were included.

The Nate Jones Report 4-1-14 Print E-mail
2014 Pendleton County High School Track Print E-mail
2014 Pendleton County High School Fastpitch Print E-mail
2014 Pendleton County High School Tennis Print E-mail
Outlook/Edwardo’s March Madness Contest standings Print E-mail
2014 Winter Sports Reception Print E-mail
Ladycats drop four to open season Print E-mail

Ladycat Moriah Wells takes a swing at a Lawrence County pitch.  The Ladycats dropped the doubleheader on Saturday against Bourbon County and Lawrence County.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Pendleton County Ladycats softball team had a rough start to its season last week, dropping four games and being outscored by its opposition by a combined 78-4.


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