April 24, 2014

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PCHS Basketball Broadcast on IHigh from Hilton Head Print E-mail

While the snow is piling up outside and the temps in Pendleton County is frigid, the Ladycats and Wildcats will be playing basketball at Hilton Head High School.

But you don’t have to miss any of the action. The games will be broadcast on www.Ihigh.com. Do a search for Pendleton County, KY and the broadcasts should appear on the school’s page.

The Wildcats first game is at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 versus Dutch Fork, South Carolina. The Ladycats first will immediately follow the Wildcats.

“As long as we can get a good service inside the gym and the technology holds up, we are excited about giving this opportunity to the parents and fans of both teams to watch the games and keep up with both teams from Hilton Head.”  Athletic Director Keith Smith said.

Juniors Kenton Hornbeck will be joining the broadcast while Jonah Smith will be manning the camera.

“If for some reason, we cannot get a good signal in the gym, we will upload and have the games available on a delayed basis.”  Smith pointed out.

There will be a test broadcast during the Ladycats game versus Robertson County at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec 18.

There are archived football games and other sporting events on the page.


Registration forms due for Future Wildcat/MS Intramural League Print E-mail

Colton Turner pushes the ball on a fast break during the Future Wildcats Basketball league last year.  Registration Forms for the 2014 Future Wildcats Basketball League is DUE NOW!

The Future Wildcat Basketball and Middle School Intramural League will start practice the week of January 6 but forms for the creation of teams are due now. Boys in kindergarten - 5th grade are eligible. Boys 6th - 8th grade not playing on a Sharp Middle School team are eligible for a MS Intramural League.

They were originally distributed to all of the schools before Thanksgiving and at the Pendleton County High School "Meet the Team" activities.  If you did not get one or can’t find your copy, it can be downloaded at the Pendleton County  Athletics website at www.pendleton.kyschools.us/athletics and click on Forms on the right hand side or at www.pendletoncounty.ky.gov and click on Recreation/Sports than Basketball.

Forms need to be turned into the recreation department before Christmas to assure your child will be placed on a team. They can be mailed to the address on the form or dropped off to the Pendleton County Recreation Department on Monday-Friday between the hours of 5 - 9 p.m.


Mason Monroe continues to impress at Transylvania Print E-mail

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Former Wildcat and Transylvania freshman Mason Monroe continues to put together solid performances while leading the Pioneers to a pair of impressive wins over tough competition.

"AlleyCats" face Boone in shootout at Southern Lanes Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Bowling squads traveled to Alexandria’s Southern Lanes to face a tough Boone County squad on Thursday, December 12.

Gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast on your X-mas list Print E-mail

The Kentucky Afield Outdoor Calendar is a unique gift for the angler, hunter, nature lover or any other outdoor enthusiast in your circle of friends and family. Subscribers to Kentucky Afield, the official magazine of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, deeply appreciate the hunting season dates, practical hunting and fishing tips and interesting notes about nature contained in the nationally award winning calendar that comes with their subscription.

Wildcats fall to Covington Catholic/Notre Dame Academy Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Bowling team traveled to Erlanger’s Super Bowl to face Covington Catholic (boys) and Notre Dame Academy (girls) on Thursday, December 5.

"AlleyCats" fall short against Brossart Print E-mail

The Pendleton County bowling squads traveled to Alexandria’s Southern Lanes to face Bishop Brossart last week. This was a makeup match from the prior week, as Pendleton County had "Meet the Team" duties.

Did you know assaulting an official/coach is a felony? Print E-mail

In Utah, a teen soccer player punches the official after a yellow card and the official slips into a coma and a week later dies. In New Jersey, a youth baseball coach pleaded guilty to third-degree assault after an attack on an umpire that left him with a fractured skull, extensive dental injuries and hearing loss.

The Gallagher kids have productive hunting season Print E-mail
New harvest record set for modern gun season; potential for new record overall deer harvest Print E-mail

Kentucky deer hunters set a harvest record of 101,076 deer during the 16-day modern gun deer season that concluded Nov. 24. Kentucky is on pace to set another overall deer harvest record.


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