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Track competes at Grant County Meet Print E-mail
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The Nate Jones Report 4-22-14 Print E-mail
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Youth baseball gets underway Print E-mail

Johnathon Duncan swings over the ball in Opening Night action for Pendleton Recreation Youth Baseball.  Over 150 Pendleton County young men are playing in spring baseball action with games each Thursday night through June.  If you have any questions on Pendleton County Recreation for youth, you can call 859-654-5800.

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Ladycats clinch first win over St. Pat Print E-mail

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The Nate Jones Report 4-15-14 Print E-mail
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Wildcat Tennis beats Walton Print E-mail

Ladycat Tennis #1 Singles Seed Nancy Shoemaker serves the ball in a singles matchup

In dominating fashion, Wildcat Tennis picked up a victory over Walton winning all five singles matches and four of five doubles matches.

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The Nate Jones Report 4-8-14 Print E-mail
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Ladycats drop four on Tennessee road trip Print E-mail

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PC tennis falls to Montgomery County Print E-mail
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Skills and Drills Softball Clinic Print E-mail

Are you a “girl of summer” between the ages of 6 and 14 playing recreational softball this year? Would you like to work on your skills and improve your game?

The Kentucky Dirt Divas are hosting a “Skills and Drills” Clinic at the Pendleton County Athletic Park on Saturday, April 12. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.  The cost is $25 payable to Kentucky Dirt Divas.

Each player must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

There will be two fields in use for maximum group instruction on hitting, throwing, catching, fielding and position play.

The clinic will run from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. ending with a scrimmage.

Each player should bring a glove however, bats and cleats are optional.

Hope to see you there!

Text questions to 859-912-4326.

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