September 2, 2014

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P.C. Golf foursome playing at collegiate level Print E-mail

Kristen Smith and Phoenix Ramsey got to visit the infamous #17 island hole at TPC Sawgrass while playing in a tournament in Florida for NKU. They have made trips to Arizona, Florida, Jekkyl Island, and Alabama in their collegiate golf tournament schedules.

Golf is known for their foursomes.  Whether it is a friendly foursome playing a weekly skins game, a scramble for a charitable organization, or a competitive tournament grouping, foursomes are a key part of the game of golf.

Pendleton County has their own foursome that are traveling around the country playing golf, representing not only Northern Kentucky University, Union College or Georgetown College but also their home of Pendleton County.

P.C. Cross Country competes at Scott Invitational Print E-mail

2013-14 Pendleton County Cross Country Ladycats and Wildcats. Front row, from left:  Sienna Price, Kaitlyn Dusing, Susie Wright, Kylie Figgins, Hailey Wiggins. Middle row: Alexis Tolbert, Kenton Wells, Spencer Bay, Joshua Brown, Kenton Hornbeck, Savanah Torline. Back row: Caleb Vanorio, Montgomery Franxman, Ame Vanorio (assistant coach), Marcia Hatfield (head coach), Jennifer Murphy (assistant coach), Morgan Bay, Walker Lea. Not pictured:  Xanthia Jensen, Dakota Crouch, Holden Wolfe.

The Pendleton County high School and Sharp Cross Country teams, as well as a pair of elementary division runners, made the trip to Kenton County to compete in the Scott Invitational meet. After an overnight storm dropped nearly three inches of rain on the area, the course was a very sloppy one. The athletes spent the bulk of the voyage slipping and sliding through the mud, but powered through the event.

Ladycats ready for another KHSAA state appearance Print E-mail

Seventh grader Shelby Johnson has spent the Ladycat Golf season making leaps in improvement with her golf game.

Over the past six seasons, eight different Ladycat golfers have made an appearance in the KHSAA State Tournament held annually at Bowling Green Country Club.

Cats losing streak extends to eight Print E-mail

Senior Max Dewald battles for control of the ball against Harrison  County. Photo by Monica Antrobus.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

After scoring 28 goals in its first six games, the Wildcats soccer team has now gone scoreless in eight consecutive defeats following five shutout losses last week.

VolleyCats spike the Lady Rebels Print E-mail

Sophomores Hailey York and Bailey Boden rise to block the spike from an Owen County player.  The Ladycats won the varsity match 2-1 versus Owen County.

In their home opener, the Ladycats picked up their second victory of the season with a three-game match versus Owen County.

After the freshmen and JV teams dropped their matches and the varsity team lost their opening game in decisive fashion 25-13.

But coach Laura Buck righted her team and took the second game 25-22 to even the match up at 1-1. The third game was a tight match that saw the lead change multiple times and neither team hold more than a 3-point lead till the final score.

Ariel Ramsey honored for nine-year Ladycat golf career Print E-mail

Senior Ariel Ramsey is watching her shot as it seeks the putting service.  She was honored at the Ladycat’s Senior Night for her nine-year career.

In 2005, George Bush was president and Barack Obama was in Congress. Tiger Woods was the best golfer in the world, Mr. Tony Dietrich was an English teacher at PCHS, Keith Smith was in his first season as Ladycat golf coach and a little blonde-headed fourth grader started her career as a Ladycat golfer.

Gridiron Cats lose to Paris 36-6, fall to 1-3 Print E-mail

On a night of perfect football weather, The Wildcats went south to face the Paris Greyhounds and ended up on the wrong side of a 36-6 final score.

“Paris came out and looked exactly like the team we had watched tape on all week,” said coach Terry Brown. “They were impressive speed wise, and used that against us all night.”

Cross Country competes in pair of Mason events Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Cross Country teams made two separate trips to Maysville this week, on Tuesday for the Mason County All-Comers meet, and on Saturday for the Mason County Invitational.

On Tuesday afternoon, both high school teams competed in the all-comers meet, and both teams posted third place finishes in their respective divisions.

Ladycats continue season with a winning record Print E-mail

By Rachel Turner

The Ladycats travelled to Bowling Green for the Purples Classic Tournament on Friday, August 30. In the first match played that night, they would take on Caldwell County. The Ladycats battled with all their might and took down Caldwell with a score of 3-1.

Wildcat Golf in Bourbon Tournament Print E-mail

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