April 23, 2014

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TBC Elite wins East Coast National Championship Print E-mail

Pictured from left: Brent Sowder - coach, Siah Holifield, Cameron Seater, Austin Fries, Wade Browning, Hunter Wood, Ben Weyer, Eric Dearborn, Trent McGovney, Tanner Kidwell, Chris Stapleton - coach.

TBC Elite traveled to Hampton, Virginia on July 29 to play in the DIII AAU East Coast Nationals. They started out very well in pool play going 3-0, beating teams from Virginia, Maryland, and New York to earn the number one seed in the champions bracket of tournament play.

Pendleton Athletic Park receives summer makeover Print E-mail

City of Falmouth employee Rusty Fields helps Miles Body Shop employee Ronnie Horn set the uprights on the youth football goal posts. This was a part of a summer facelift project for the Athletic Park.

After several years  of use, the Pendleton Athletic Park received a summer makeover that saw much-needed repairs made, landscaping to beautify the park and safety concerns addressed.

“As we looked at the Athletic  Park, there were several areas that we were able to fix and upgrade working with the Fiscal Court, city of Falmouth, Pendleton County School System, Recreation Commission and other agencies working together,”  Pendleton County Recreation Director Keith Smith pointed out about the facelift.

Pendleton High School starts bowling program Print E-mail

As the 2013-14 athletic season starts, one new and big thing for Pendleton County High School is the creation of a bowling team.  The new sport activity will be played during the winter season and give the students another winter sports activity beyond basketball and cheerleading. First practice starts on October 15 and PCHS is presently looking for two bowling coaches to start the program. PCHS will have both a female and a male team and hopefully be placed in the NKY region by KHSAA and practice at Southern Lanes in Alexandria.

2013 Wildcats Youth Football Schedule Print E-mail

Date    Opponent                Place        Times

8-17    Bracken County        Home        1:30-3-4:30
8-25    Grant County           Home        1:30-3-4:30
8-27    Campbell County      Away         6:00-7:30 (no midgets)
8-31    Campbell County      Home        1:30-3-4:30
9-08    Owen County           Home        1:30-3-4:30
9-15    Gallatin County        Away         1:30-3-4:30
9-22    Bracken County       Away         1:30-3-4:30
9-29    Grant County           Away         1:30-3-4:30
10-06    No Games This Week!
10-13    Owen County        Away         1:30-3-4:30
10-20    Gallatin County     Home         1:30-3-4:30
10-26    Playoffs - TBD       Away          TBD
11-03    Super Bowl - TBD  Away          TBD

Midgets (Grades K-2) - Always play first game
Mighty Pros (Grades 3rd & 4th) - Always play second game
Power House (Grades 5th & 6th) - Always play third game


The Nate Jones Report 8-13-13 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 11, 2013.

Recreational Youth Soccer sign-ups Print E-mail

Rylan Rhoton takes the corner kick in the Recreation Soccer League.

With plans on creating separate soccer leagues for girls and for boys, registrations are now being accepted.  Registrations can be dropped off at Griffin Fitness Center each evening from 5 - 9 p.m.  or by mailing them in to the Pendleton Recreation office.

The form can be downloaded at www.pendletoncounty.ky.gov by clicking on Recreation/Youth.  They can be picked up at the Griffin Fitness Center.

Don’t let your child, grandchild or friend’s child miss out, pass the word and get them signed up today!


The Nate Jones Report 8-6-13 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 4, 2013.

Green Team has good season in Machine Pitch League Print E-mail

From left: coach Brad Crouch, Jordan Hutchinson, James Brown, Cooper Pennington, Colten Crouch, Dakota Winkle, John Brown, Paden Pollard, Jarred Whitney, Isaac Rice, coach Rocky Hutchinson, coach Brandon Winkle.


Gray Team competes in Machine Pitch League Print E-mail

Gray Team in Machine’s Pitch, from left: coach Jared Brewer, Koby Brewer, John Grant, Bradford Peoples, Malachi Seksay, Andrew Jordan, Zander Harmeling, Evan Schack, Grady Lafollette, Darren Skirvin, Chase Gabbard, Jasiah Stockton, Caleb Schlueter, coach Craig Peoples.


Orange Team takes second in T-Ball Championship Print E-mail

Front row, from left: Aden Bradbury, Elliott Reis, Jayden Bishop, Jeremy Whitehead, Dylan Turner, Lincoln Meyer, Aaron Rice. Back row: coach Beebe, Micah Gregg, Devon Turner, Sam Bryant, Jared Adams, Lucas Dennison, Adam Beebe, coach Turner.



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