September 1, 2014

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PC Wildcats Baseball Night at Edwardo's Print E-mail

You’re formally invited to come out and support the Pendleton County High School Wildcats Baseball Team from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 26 at Edwardo’s Pizza & Subs.

The Wildcats team receives 10% of all sales as well as tips and donations from this event.

Enjoy a delicious buffet and support your Wildcats!


Wildcats grab Opening Day victory Print E-mail

#4 Hunter Lea at the plate looks to drive in his teammate Josh Brown at third base during the Wildcats 9-1 victory over St. Patrick.

If you are a fan of the crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd and the feel of a baseball game, Opening Day at any level is a special moment of spring. The Wildcat baseball team kicked off their 2014 season with an opening day victory 9-1 victory over St. Patrick Saints.

Wildcats baseball gearing up for a shot at 38th District Tournament title Print E-mail

Wildcat baseball seniors are looking to lead the Cats back to the 10th Region Tournament. From left: Noah Pfefferman, Dakota Crouch, Trevor Turner, Keith Steele.

It’s been awhile since things have happened with Wildcat baseball.

2014 Wildcats Baseball Schedule Print E-mail


Wildcats Baseball Meet the Team and Recreational sign-ups Print E-mail

Say goodbye to winter and hello to spring as the Pendleton County High School Wildcat baseball team kicks off their 2014 season on Saturday, March 8.

All boys kindergarten through 7th grade are invited to come to PCHS from 2:30-3:30 p.m for recreational baseball registration and a free baseball clinic hosted by the Wildcats. The Wildcat coaching staff along with players will work with recreation baseball players on baseball fundamentals.

Kids and their parents are welcome to stick around for a 4 p.m. Red/Black scrimmage, weather permitting and introductions of the 2014 Wildcat baseball team.

Come hungry and visit the concession stand, considered Northern Kentucky’s BEST high school baseball concession stand by visiting teams.  A raffle for a White Sox’ Nate Jones jersey and discounted Reds baseball tickets through the Kid Glove program will also be available.

Recreational baseball forms will be distributed at each elementary school, are available at website and click on Recreation/Sports, can be picked up at the Pendleton Recreation Office at Griffin Fitness Center at PCHS from 5-9 p.m. or available on Saturday, March 8 at the Wildcat Baseball Clinic.


Errors doom Cats Region Tournament hopes Print E-mail

Senior Tyler Daugherty took the mound in the 38th District Baseball Tournament.  He pitched all 7 innings allowing only a single earned run.

Pick any of the last three seasons and the script of the first round 38th District Baseball Tournament game is the same.

Pendleton County versus Nicholas County with Blue Jacket left hander JD Waggoner on the mound, rain delaying the game, Cats committing errors leading to crucial Jackets’ runs that give the 10th Region Tournament berth to Nicholas County.

“It was disappointing for the team because we set high goals for ourselves and came up short.”  coach Aaron Biddle said about the first round loss.

Wildcats versus Nicholas County in District Tournament Print E-mail

The match-up is as it has been for the past several years  Pendleton County versus Nicholas County in the first round of the 38th District tournament at 5:30 p.m. in Carlisle. On the line:  berth in the 10th Region tournament and shot at Harrison County for the 38th District Tournament Championship.

PC and Nicholas met twice this season and both times, the Wildcats came out ahead on the scoreboard. On April 18 at PCHS, Mack Ramsey’s walk-off home run capped the Wildcats victory.

Pendleton Wildcats prepare for 38th District Print E-mail

As the Cats enter the last week of the regular season, they know they face Nicholas County  at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21 in Carlisle in the first round of 38th District play.

But there are still questions for coach Aaron Biddle will be looking to finalize over the next eight days as they look to rebound after tough losses this rain-filled week that limited the games and practices that could be played. Last Thursday night saw the Cats drop an 8-1 loss to Mason County and a tough DH sweep to Lewis County. A 5-4 walk off victory for Lewis County and a 10-7 battle that Lewis pulled out.

Wildcats on six-game winning streak Print E-mail

On April 25th, the Cats stood at 5-17 after a heartbreaking loss at Bracken County.

Coach Aaron Biddle though saw improvement and knew that if his team kept keeping the faith, working hard and focusing on improvement, that things would turn around.

Wildcats shutout Robertson County Print E-mail

Senior Tyler Daugherty pitched seven strong innings, scattering three hits and striking out 15 to pick up the shutout victory over district foe Robertson County.  A minimum of 21 batters can come to the plate in a 7-inning contest and Robertson County only sent 23 to the plate in the dominating performance.


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