July 29, 2014

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Winter weather changes basketball schedules Print E-mail

Since the kickoff of the basketball season that had the Ladycats missing their second game of the season, the PCHS basketball schedules have seen changes, alterations, more changes and more rescheduling of games.

Over the last two weeks, some games have been added.  junior varsity games will start at 6 p.m. and varsity games at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

The Wildcats start a tough three games in three days stretch by hosting Montgomery County on Wednesday, February 12, St. Patrick on Thursday, February 13 and traveling to Campbell County on Friday, February 14.

The Ladycats host Silver Grove at 6 p.m in a varsity only game on Thursday, February 13 and head to Estill County on Saturday, February 15.

The Wildcats and Ladycats are busy the last week of the season heading into hosting the 38th District Tournament starting Monday, February 24.

The Ladycats play three games that last week starting with St. Patrick in a varsity only game at 6 p.m. in Maysville, at Cooper on Tuesday, February 18 and finish at home on Friday, February 22 versus Lloyd.

The Wildcats travel to Bourbon County on Monday, February 17 and then finish the season with a home match versus Paris on Thursday, February 20.

“Of course, all of this is subject to changes based on weather as we have found out for most of this season,”  Athletic Director Keith Smith pointed out.

He continued, “But we need the Pendleton County faithful to come out and support the Ladycats and Wildcats over the last few weeks of the season and help these young athletes make their to the postseason.”

AlleyCats season comes to an end at Regionals Print E-mail
Kentucky hunters post record deer harvest Print E-mail

A year after establishing an overall deer harvest record, Kentucky hunters did it again.

The 2013-14 deer season in Kentucky ended Jan. 20 with a total harvest of 144,404 animals. That represents a gain of more than 9 percent over the previous record set during the 2012-13 season.

Mason Monroe continues to improve during freshman season at Transylvania Print E-mail

Physicals required for spring sports eligibility Print E-mail

Tryouts for baseball, fast pitch, tennis and track/field will begin February 15. To be eligible for tryouts, a student athlete must have a physical on a KHSAA-approved physical form. Pendleton County High School offers all four spring sports while Phillip Sharp Middle School offers track/field. Middle School students of selected grade levels will also be eligible to try out for PCHS Wildcats Baseball and PCHS Ladycats Fast Pitch.

That form can be accessed in one of the four locations:  1) front office of either Sharp Middle School or PCHS; 2) on the counter of the Athletic Department located in the Griffin Fitness Center; 3) downloaded from the PC Athletics webpage at http://pendleton.kyschools.us/athleticForms.aspx?form=ath; or 4) downloaded from the KHSAA website www.khsaa.org.

If you have questions on tryouts for Sharp athletics, you can contact Faye.Thornton@Pendleton.kyschools.us.

If you have questions on tryouts for Wildcats Baseball, you can contact Aaron.Biddle@pendleton.kyschools.us.

If you have questions on tryouts for Ladycats Fast Pitch, you can contact Steven.Peed@pendleton.kyschools.us .

If you have questions on tryouts for track and field, you can contact Marcia.Hatfield@pendleton.kyschools.us

If you have questions on tryouts for either Wildcats or Ladycats Tennis, you can contact Jennifer.Harmeyer@pendleton.kyschools.us

If you have any questions on athletics or the tryouts, you can contact Keith.Smith@pendleton.kyschools.us.


Football Boosters to host Super Bowl Party Print E-mail

Hey high school football fans! A Super Bowl Party will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 2 in the gymnasium at Pendleton County High School. Admission is $5 and the event is open to all high school students.

There will be cornhole, basketball, volleyball and lots of other activities. You can take part or just come and hang out! Have fun cheering on your favorite team and watching the game on a big screen TV.

The game is scheduled to start at 6:25 p.m. and will be over by approximately 10 p.m.

Come and join the fun! Bring a friend or 10! There will be lots to do.

Student or parent questions? Contact Tim Sander at timothysander@fuse.net (859-322-5413) or Mark Beck at markdenisbeck@hotmail.com (513-503-9775)

This event is being sponsored by Pendleton County High School Football Boosters Club.


PCHS Pep Band performs at home games Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School Pep Band performs music to get the Wildcats/Ladycats teams and crowds “revved up” at home football and basketball games. The band also performs during post-season play. Pictured from left: Megan Boettcher and Sierra Workman play their clarinets during the “Wildcat Fight Song.”


AlleyCats return from Winter Break Print E-mail

The Pendleton County Bowling team came back from winter break to compete in the Lloyd Invitational Tournament on January 4.  Fifteen boys teams and eleven girls teams competed in the event. The teams bowled a preliminary round to determine seeding into a double elimination bracket. The boys struggled in the prelims and qualified in 14th position. Their first round opponent, Covington Catholic Blue, qualified in the #2 spot.

Pendleton travels to Bellewood to face Bluebirds Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School bowling squads traveled to Newport’s Bellewood Lanes to face the Highlands Bluebirds on Thursday afternoon, December 19, in the final match before winter break.

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.



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