August 23, 2014

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Sharp Volleyball JV Ladycats win District Title Print E-mail

The Sharp Volleyball JV Ladycats won the 4th district JV title by defeating Ludlow in the finals. From left: Olivia Miracle, Hannah Miller, McKenzie McCoy, Summer Secrist, Lauren McCormick, Samantha Verst, Lexie Hoskins, Erin Dunn, Molly Dennison Back row: coaches Maegan Gosney, Kyle Gosney.

After a good regular season that earned them a bye in the tournament, the Sharp Volleyball JV Ladycats took care of business with an always good Tichenor program to earn the right to play for the championship.

Wildcats use off week to heal, prepare for Lloyd Print E-mail

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association football schedule is a ten game season, mapped out over 11 weeks. This past Friday was that open week for Pendleton County.

Boys finish runner-up at Russell Invitational Print E-mail

On Tuesday afternoon, the Pendleton County High School Cross Country teams traveled to eastern Kentucky to participate in the Russell Invitational Meet.

It's time for PCHS Bowling Print E-mail

It has been over a year in the making and Coach Gary Polley is poised to have his teams together by the end of the week.

The Ladycat and Wildcat Bowling teams will hold tryouts on Wednesday, Oct 16th and Thursday, Oct 17th from 4-6 p.m. at Southern Lanes.

Parents are responsible for providing transportation to and from Southern Lanes and cost is $6 for each day.

Each player must have a physical on an approved KHSAA physical form located at the PC Athletic webpage, and click on forms.  Look for 2013-14 KHSAA Physical Form.

If you have any questions, you can contact or


PC Youth Soccer Cats Cup Saturday Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Recreation Youth Soccer League will complete their season on Saturday, October 19 with the Cats Cup, a one-day youth soccer tournament for all four divisions. Kindergarten Division starts the day off at 9 a.m., Pre-School playing at 10 a.m., with both Middle and Upper divisions having 10 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. games. Championship games for Preschool and Kindergarten Divisions are at 11:15 a.m. with Upper and Middle Division Championship games at 12:30 p.m. Pictured above: Jaelynn Redmon and Lilly Ashcraft battle for the ball in their Pendleton Recreation Youth Soccer match.


Cats Cup Soccer match-ups Print E-mail

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 PC Recreation Department.

Registration forms are also available for download at and click on Recreation/Sports. Or at the PC Athletics webpage, under forms.

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


Wildcats cruise to win over Nicholas Print E-mail

On a rare edition of “Thursday Night Lights,” the Wildcats faced Nicholas County at Veteran’s Field. The game was a day earlier this week due to fall break starting on Friday, as well as it being Wool Fest weekend.

Ladycat Golf continues State Tournament appearance streak Print E-mail

Mackenzie Moore chips for par in the first playoff hole in the 8th Region Girls Golf Tournament.

The Ladycats entered the Region 8 Girls Golf Tournament with a six-year streak of state tournament appearances by either the team or an individual.

Coach Keaton Belcher’s Ladycats extended that streak with Mackenzie Moore scheduled to tee off at 7:09 a.m. CST on Friday, October 11 at Bowling Green Country Club in the KHSAA State Tournament.

Lance Jones misses State by single stroke Print E-mail

Lance Jones hits his drive in the 8th Region Boys Golf Tournament.

Golf can be a greatly satisfying sport when the golfer is able to master full control over the body and put the ball on the sweet spot of the club and hit a perfect shot.

Golf can be a greatly maddening sport in which a one inch putt counts the same as a 250 yard drive.


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