April 23, 2014

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Breeden takes first deer
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Cavins kills 10-point buck
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2013 Fall Sports Banquet
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Sharp Wildcats win 38th District Pre-Season Championship
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Hitch takes first deer on 11-12-13
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Zach Beckett takes 8-point buck
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Falmouth team wins tenpin tourney
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PCHS CheerCats unveil coed squad

The 2013-14 CheerCats, front row, from left: Cheyenne Hurston, Brianna Cain, Kaylin Wells, Carlee Peters. Second row: Delaney Childers, Molly Burgemeir, Lillie Herringer, Kyla Moreland, Liz Steele, Madison Sydnor, Taylor Jordan, Grace Beebe. Third row: CJ Smith, Kaven Stockton, Dakota Spencer, Eric Unthank.

With an increase of coed cheer squads at the collegiate level relying on males to fill integral roles, more and more scholarship offers are being available at the collegiate level.

Pendleton County High School made changes in their cheer program to match the growing trend in collegiate cheer squads and will be competing at the Coed level for the 2013-14 year.

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"AlleyCats" begin first-ever bowling season

The newly created Wildcats and Ladycats Bowling Team competed in their first match against Scott High School. Sitting: Christian Rick. Kneeling, from left: Devon Boggs, CJ Osborne, Brandon Coffey, Jonah Smith, Dalton Hill, Dakota Lemming. Standing: Chyann Utz, Cassidy O'Hara, Autumn Payne, Sienna Price, coach Gary Polley.  Not pictured: Mickalla Thomas.

The Pendleton County Wildcats began their first-ever season in a new sport this past week: bowling.

The addition of a new sport has many people excited, including Superintendent Anthony Strong.  “It is always an exciting time when you see students get involved in activities. I was pleased to be able to recommend to the board that we start this program for Pendleton County Schools.  This is not only allowing our school to add a sport, but it is involving students that have not typically been involved in fall sports.  This is a new and exciting time for our and athletes.”

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Cross Country completes seasons at State Championships

A quintet of runners capped off the 2013 season at the KHSAA State Championships Saturday morning. Picturesque Kentucky Horse Park hosted over 1,300 athletes in search of either individual or team titles in six different races. While Pendleton County did not qualify for the team championships, they did have five runners competing as individuals.

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