August 22, 2014

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Smith inducted into Hall of Fame Print E-mail


By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Last Saturday, during the girls 10th Region Tournament held at the Mason County Fieldhouse, former Ladycats head coach and current Pendleton County High School Athletic Director Keith Smith was inducted into the 2014 Girls' 10th Region Hall of Fame.

Three honored for Hall of Fame induction Print E-mail
AlleyCats honored on Senior Night Print E-mail
Look out for youth fast pitch/baseball registration forms Print E-mail

With Valentine’s Day passed and temperatures starting to rise to the 60’s this week, thoughts will soon turn from the diamonds of Jared’s to the diamonds of the baseball/softball field.

Pendleton County Recreation is finishing up their final organization of the spring fast pitch and baseball leagues and registration forms will be distributed the last week of February.

Early Bird registration of $50 will end March 14.

Registration of $60 will end March 27.

Any registration turned in after March 28 will be $75.

Registration forms will be available starting February 24 at:

• Pendleton County local government website and click on Recreation/Sports;

• Pendleton Recreation Department at Griffin Fitness Center between hours of 5-9 p.m., Monday-Friday;

• Front offices of Southern Elementary, Northern Elementary or Sharp Middle School;

• Distributed to males in the appropriate grades at Southern, Northern and Sharp;

• Available at Wildcat Baseball Youth Clinic/Meet the Team on March 8 starting at 2:30.

While final division setups will be determined by number of participants, generally 4-year-olds through 1st grade will be in T-ball, 2nd and 3rd graders in Machine Pitch and 4th-6th graders in Kid’s Pitch.

First practices are planned for the week of April 7, weather permitting.


Future Wildcats Schedule Print E-mail
Jared Kelsay scores 9-point buck Print E-mail
Bronson Ormes takes first deer Print E-mail
Ormes takes two does in minute Print E-mail
PCHS hosting Senior Nights for winter athletes Print E-mail

The Ladycats and Wildcats have finalized their plans to honor their senior members on the night of Thursday, February 13.

The Ladycats have one senior, Kim Shepperd, who will be honored before the start of the Ladycats game versus Silver Grove at 6 p.m.

The Wildcats have a quintet of seniors they will honor before their game versus St. Patrick with a scheduled tip-off of 7:30 p.m. The quintet are: Colin Turner, Jordan Wilson, Adam Koeninger, Colton Pugh and Lance Jones.

In addition, the PCHS Bowling team will honor their four seniors, Autumn Payne, Devon Boggs, Brandon Coffey and CJ Osborn at halftime of the Wildcats’ Varsity game.

The PCHS Pep Band seniors will be honored for their contribution to the school spirit environment that they help create.  CheerCats do not have any senior members this season.


PCHS honors Hall of Famers Print E-mail

Pendleton County High School basketball will be honoring four former Wildcat/Ladycat legends who were recently selected to be a member of the 10th Region Basketball Hall of Fames with plaques in the front gym lobby in the Hall of Fame section.

Wildcat Basketball will recognize Wildcat player Dave Turner, Falmouth Basketball legend Jimmie Hammonds and Wildcat contributor David Gosney on Thursday, February 20, for their selection into the 10th Region Boys Basketball Hall of Fame.

Ladycat Basketball will honor Cathy Roseberry-Thomas on Friday, February 21 for her selection into the 10th Region Girls Basketball Hall of Fame.



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