August 23, 2014

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Ladycats Soccer advances to Regionals Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Ladycats Soccer team lost 5-4 in a shootout to Harrison County in the 38th District Girls Soccer Tournament. They advanced to the 10th Region Tournament played Monday night, but results were not available at press time. Front, from left: Hannah fields, Chelsea Brossart, Katie Gaskins, Kaitlyn Meadows, Michaela Wright. Second row: Sydney Utz, Amber Blackaby, Madison Wirth, Erin Fitzpatrick, Morgan Sydnor, Sidney Dietrich, Kendall Carr, Molly Burgemeir. Third row: Hailey Bishop,  Mckayla Manor, Jamie Hughes, Katie Boggs, Allison Lenox, Alex Blackaby.


Ladycats Volleyball faces Nicholas in Districts Print E-mail

Senior Ladycat Volleyball player Kyndal Hundley bumps the ball to the front line as teammate Haley York looks on. The Ladycats will play Nicholas County in the first round of 38th District Tournament play on Tuesday night as they open up defense of their district title.

Volleyball is a sport of choreographed team movement, communication and each player trusting the other to do their roles.  All important things that Coach Laura Buck sees as keys for the Ladycats in their first round 38th District Tournament match-up versus Nicholas County at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 22 at Robertson County High School.

Cats season ends with district loss to Harrison Print E-mail

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The dreams of a lengthy postseason run came to an abrupt end for the Wildcats soccer team last Monday, following a 1-0 loss to Harrison County in the opening round of the 38th District Tournament held at Mason County.

PC Cross Country runs in Lex-Cath Invitational Print E-mail

The Cross Country teams from Pendleton County High School traveled to Lexington to compete in the LexCath Invitational on a soggy, cool Saturday morning.

Cats Cup Finals rescheduled Print E-mail

The Cats Cup Championship games were postponed to Tuesday, October 22 because of weather conditions. The rescheduled times and match-ups are: Pre-School Championship - Walsh vs. Yelton 6:30 p.m. on Bay Field; Kindergarten Championship - Redden vs. Browning 6:30 p.m. on Fast Pitch Field; Middle Division Championship - Lovelace vs. Cooper 6 p.m., Upper Division Championship - Barnard vs. Redden 6 p.m. Pictured above: Kayda Rhoton scores a goal in her team’s first round game of the Cats Cup. Her teammates Taylor Bruener and Justin Yelton look on.


PC Youth Football qualifies for playoffs Print E-mail

The playoff schedule is now set! With a super strong finish to the season, the PC Mighty Pros were not only able to secure a playoff spot, but a third seed!  PC Power House was able to finish the regular season undefeated and secured a number one seed.

Playoffs will be hosted at Bracken County on Saturday, October 26. The Mighty Pros will play Bracken County at 12:30 p.m. The Powerhouse will play Gallatin County at 4:15 p.m.

The winners of the Saturday, October 26 playoff games will advance to the Super Bowl to be held at Grant County on Sunday, November 3. Game times for the Super Bowl will be:  Mighty Pros - 3 p.m. and Power House - 4:30 p.m.


Wyatt gets an 8-point buck Print E-mail

McKennan Wyatt, 9, of Falmouth, is pictured above with the first buck he has ever killed. He took the eight-point buck on Saturday, October 12 while hunting with his dad Randy Wyatt.


Mackenzie Moore plays in KHSAA State Print E-mail

Mackenzie Moore’s putt slides just past the hole in the first round of the KHSAA State Girls Golf Tournament at Bowling Green Country Club. The sophomore became just the third Ladycat golfer to break 100 on the tree-lined, deep Bermuda rough course.

Sophomore Mackenzie Moore became the ninth Ladycat golfer to play in the KHSAA State Golf tournament over the past seven seasons when she teed it up over fall break at Bowling Green Country Club.

“Playing in my first state tournament was very fun and also a learning experience,”  she commented.  “Every hole challenged your game a different way and that’s what golf is really about.”

Wildcats win on Senior Night; end regular season Print E-mail

From left: Travis Brinkman, Tony Sanchez, Logan Wilson, Cody Hanser, Max Dewald, CJ Osborne, stat keeper Danielle Miller, and Eli Stahl were honored on Senior Night, Wednesday, August 9.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Wildcats soccer team concluded its regular season last week, taking one out of three contests. The lone victory came last Wednesday with a 3-1 defeat of Paris on Senior Night.

PC will continue with postgame handshake tradition Print E-mail

By Keith Smith, PC Athletic Director

KHSAA Commissioner Julian Tackett sent an email to the administrators of Pendleton County on Tuesday, October 8, concerning growing concerns of altercations during the postgame traditional handshakes.

The entire “directive” can be read at

The “directive” points out that while the traditional postgame handshake is an obvious sign of sportsmanship and civility, there have been over two dozen incidents in the last three years in Ky. alone where fights and physical conflicts have occurred.  Just in the 2013 fall season, incidents have occurred in soccer, football and volleyball.


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