July 29, 2014

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Wildcats to hold Senior Night on Wednesday Print E-mail

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

It's been a long and frustrating regular season for the Wildcats soccer team. Injuries have taken a toll from day one and there seems to be no end in sight.

"It's like there's been a black cloud hanging over us all season," said head coach Lisa Feltner. "I've never experienced anything like this. Every week it's someone else sustaining a mild to serious injury. Our depth has been challenged all season," she continued.

Sharp Volleyball team recognizes eighth graders Print E-mail
Youth Soccer Cats Cup set Print E-mail

Mason Yelton looks to make a run up the field and find the back of the net in Youth Recreation Soccer Action.  The Cats Cup will be played out on Saturday, October 19th at the Pendleton Athletic Park.

The Pendleton County Recreational Youth Soccer season started on Labor Day weekend and will come to a close on Saturday, October 19 with the Cats Cup.

Drawings for first round match-ups were made during the last regular season game on Saturday.

The Pre-School League will have the following match-ups:  Bruener versus Yelton at 10 a.m. on Fast Pitch Field. Walsh versus Morton at 10 a.m. on Bay Field. The championship game will be played on Bay Field at 11:15 am.

The Kindergarten League has first round match-ups of Beebe versus Redden at 9 a.m. on Fastpitch Field and Wolfe versus Browning at 9 a.m. on Bay Field.  Championship Game at 11:15 a.m. on Fastpitch Field.

The Middle League will play its championship game at 12:30 p.m. determined by first round match-ups of Beebe versus Cooper at 10 a.m. and Lovelace versus Beard at 11 a.m.

The Upper League has first round match-ups of Redden versus Tackett at 10 a.m. and Whitaker versus Barnard at 11 a.m. The championship game plays at 12:30 p.m.

Come out and support the Pendleton County Youth Recreational Soccer League and the youth of the county as they prepare for tournament play in the Cats Cup!


Youth girls and high school intramural basketball sign-ups Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Recreation has started accepting registration forms for Youth Girls Basketball League for first - fifth grade as well as High School Intramural Leagues.

Early Bird Registration through Wednesday, October 16 is $50 for both girls youth basketball and high school intramurals.

League divisions will be determined by number of participants. Teams will be determined by coach’s draw and to ensure fair division of talent coaching requests will not be honored.

Games will be played on Sundays at PCHS main and auxiliary gyms. There will be two practices per week through the beginning of the season.  First games are planned to be started on Sunday, November 10 with the tournament scheduled for Sunday, December 22.

Registration forms for youth girls basketball were distributed at both elementary schools last week.  The registration forms can also be picked up at the P.C. Recreation Department Office from 5 - 9 p.m. in the Griffin Fitness Center at PCHS.

High school intramural forms are available in the front office of PCHS during the school day or in the P.C. Recreation Department.

Registration forms are also available for download at http://pendletoncounty.ky.gov/ and click on Recreation/Sports. Or at the P.C. Athletics Webpage http://pendleton.kyschools.us/athletics.aspx, under Forms.

Boys Youth Basketball League will be conducted after Christmas Break with registration forms passed out in November and due in late December.


Volleyball team beats Nicholas Print E-mail

Coach Laura Buck’s Ladycat Volleyball team beat Nicholas County 2-0 in a district match-up on Tuesday, October 1 that meant more than they realized at the time.  The game scores were a decisive 25-13, 25-17.

P.C. Youth Football beats Grant County 12-6 Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Wildcat Powerhouse team has completed another successful road trip against a hard fighting Grant County team. The Wildcats were put to the test of what will most likely be a preview of the upcoming Superbowl Sunday, November 3. It was a hard fought defensive battle all day, sending the game into overtime after being knotted up 6-6 at the end of regulation.

Wildcats fall to Boone Co., sustain more injuries Print E-mail

Wildcat senior Logan Wilson battles a Rebel defender for the ball while senior Cody Hanser looks on in a 2-1 loss against Boone County.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Wildcats soccer team took on its toughest opponent to date last Thursday, dropping a closely contested game to the Boone County Rebels, who came in as the 10th ranked club in the state.

P.C. Youth Football travels to Gallatin County Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Wildcat Midget team had an absolutely awesome offensive game, scoring a season high 19 points. The Wildcat offense and defense was led by Player of the Week, Nathan Utz.  This is Nathan’s first year of football and this week he was our outstanding defensive player of the game. Nathan had six unassisted tackles, two sacks on the quarterback, and two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery. Nathan helped on offense with outstanding blocking. Two out of three touchdowns were scored on Nathan’s side of the ball.

Senior Ladycat Soccer players recognized Print E-mail

Senior Ladycat soccer players were recognized at the start of their home game on Senior Night, Monday, September 23, 2013.

Wildcat Golf holds Senior Night Print E-mail

Pendleton County Wildcats Golf coach Ron Stinson with the Class of 2014 Wildcat Golfers, Sean Michael Flynn and Lance Jones.  They were honored at Senior Night on Tuesday, September 24 before the Wildcats match with Augusta.



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