April 17, 2014

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Pendleton Recreation Ejection Policy Print E-mail

With Recreation Youth Football, Cheerleading and Soccer seasons starting up, parents, fans and players are reminded about the Pendleton County Recreation ejection policy.  It says:

• If deemed necessary by official, youth sport director or recreation director, any parent, player, coach, or spectator can be asked to leave the game or practice. If coach/parent/player is ejected from a game/practice, they are ineligible for any future practices/games until after a meeting with recreation director to determine if they are allowed to resume attendance at recreation events.  Parents can appeal decision of recreation director to the Recreation Commission at their next scheduled meeting.

Too often, we, unfortunately, see instances on the news of situations in youth sports of adults who are out of control.  Pendleton Recreation does not want Pendleton County to be the next story and encourage parents, players, coaches and fans to remember Recreation sports is about the kid playing and not winning or setting themselves up for a college scholarship at the age of six.  It’s about getting the kids out and active, learning valuable lessons in life and simply enjoying sports.


Do you have what it takes to be the PCHS Wendy’s Heisman winner? Print E-mail

Wendy’s honors the top students, athletes, scholars and citizens in the country with the Wendy’s Heisman award program. Two members, one male and one female, at each high school will be honored along with state and national winners.

Seniors, Class of 2014 who have at least a “B” average and participate in at least one school-sponsored sport can apply online in just a few easy steps. Visit www.WendysHeisman.com for details on how to apply.

It’s time your achievements were recognized on a national scale!

Reply by October 2, 2013 to be considered if you excel in academics, participate in sports, and are involved in your community and extracurricular activities.


Wildcats down Thoroughbreds Print E-mail
Ladycat Golf 4-0 in match play Print E-mail
Lee named new athletic trainer Print E-mail


By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Pendleton County High School athletic department recently named 32-year-old Candi Lee as its new athletic trainer.

The Lexington native brings years of experience to the role, and is eager to get started in assisting the fall sports programs beginning this week.

Young Wildcats looking to rebuild Print E-mail

Austin Schneider (right) looks to drain his par putt on hole #1 at Pendleton Country Club while teammate Ian Tackett (left) looks on.

With the last members of the Wildcat’s KHSAA Region Champion team graduating last year, Coach Ron Stinson will be looking to rebuild with a young and inexperienced team.

Ladycats take second place in Montgomery Co. Invitational Print E-mail

Freshman Morgan Cobb became another Ladycat member of the sub-100 club firing a 92 at the Montgomery County Tournament to finish individually in 10th place.

July saw the Ladycats in an 18-hole scrimmage and August saw an early season schedule of tournaments and matches for coach Keaton Belcher’s young Ladycats.

All of that early season golf proved to be the formula for the Cats to tie Rowan County with a team 370 for second place in the Montgomery County Invitational, eight strokes behind tournament champions Mason County.

Wildcats ready to take field for 2013 season Print E-mail

School has once again begun in Pendleton County, as well as surrounding schools, which means football season is just around the corner.

Coach Terry Brown, in his fourth season as head coach of the program, is looking forward to getting things underway. With a strong off-season program, he feels the team is more than prepared to take the field for their ten-game schedule.

The most notable omissions from this year’s schedule are state powers - Highlands and Covington Catholic. Pendleton County elected to play the next two seasons as an "independent" instead of competing for a district championship.

Edwardo's Kick-Off Classic a success! Print E-mail

PC Mighty Pro Ethan Verst (#1) takes into the end zone for a Wildcat touchdown. Seen blocking is #3 Chance Pollard. Offensive Coordinator Rocky Hutchison is shown in the background.

Saturday, August 17 saw the Pendleton County Youth Football teams battle the Bracken County Tigers. The absolutely perfect weather helped draw a record-setting crowd to cheer on their respective teams. Though the first game started at 1:30 p.m., preparations began weeks before. Hundreds and hundreds of volunteer hours were invested in getting the facilities, players, and cheerleaders in tip-top shape. Combined with the community investments in the new exterior fencing, landscaping, and paint, the crowd was quite impressed with the upgrades.

The Nate Jones Report 8-20-13 Print E-mail

Pendleton County's hometown Major League Baseball star, Nathan Andrew "Nate" Jones, is in his second season as a relief pitcher with the Chicago White Sox. Below are brief details of his in-game activities for the week ending August 18, 2013.


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