August 21, 2014

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Ladycat Golf looks strong to start season

The Ladycat Golf team prepares for the Montgomery County Invitational. From left: Ladycat varsity coach Timmy Cooper, Holley Hart, Shelby Johnson, Mackenzie Moore, Emily Cobb, Morgan Cobb, Lauryn Stout, volunteer coach Kristen Smith.

In taking over a Ladycat Golf program that has seen seven consecutive years of either a team or individual appearance in the KHSAA State Golf Tournament, new varsity coach Timmy Cooper has had his team start strong in their four 18-hole tournament appearances.

Ladycats ready to start 2014 season
Wildcats Golf Team teed up for season
Cross Country hosting Color Run and 5K Walk Print E-mail

Pendleton County Cross Country runners, from left: Kenton Hornbeck, Walker Lea, and Montgomery Franxman train for their upcoming season at Kincaid Lake State Park.

The Pendleton County Cross Country program is hosting a Color Run and 5K Walk on Saturday, August 23 at Sharp Middle School, home of the PC Cross Country Course.

The race starts at 9 a.m.  but registration begins at 8 a.m. the day of the race. Everyone 6 years of age and up is eligible for the run.

A color run is a fun-filled family event that will be filled with laughs and smiles while supporting the Pendleton County Cross Country program. Wear a white shirt or one can be purchased at the event.  The color run will be using washable paint which may stain clothing/skin.

Admission is $10 with all proceeds going to support the Pendleton Cross Country Team.

Eye safety for youth sports
PCEF Golf Scramble huge success

First place, Tate’s Team: Richard Tate, Kenny Miles, Joey Russo, Pete Wyatt.

The 20th Annual Pendleton County Education Foundation Golf Scramble was a huge success. The weather was beautiful when 82 golfers teed off at Pendleton Country Club.  The play went smoothly and culminated in lunch and announcement of the prize winners.

Practice safety at the shooting range

The cooler temperatures and lower humidity that spread across Kentucky this week made it feel more like early fall than the dog days of summer.

Fall hunting season seems closer with a crispness in the air in mid-July. And in reality, it isn’t far off. Early fall squirrel season in Kentucky opens in less than a month.

Ladycats keep busy during off-season

Pictured above: The Ladycats celebrate a victory at the Rowan County Tournament in Morehead, Ky.

By Cindy Fitzpatrick

The Ladycat soccer team has been busy in the off-season beginning with the Instructional Youth Camp early in June. The following week, June 16-20, the girls attended an on-site team camp given by Victor Petroni, a former professional player and college coach. The girls worked hard that week and took their knowledge on the road June 21 to Morehead, Ky. to play in the Rowan County 7v7 Varsity Tournament.

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