August 1, 2014

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Ladycats win on Kim Shepperd Night

Catlyne Nuckels bombs a 3-pointer from the corner as the Ladycats derailed the Trains in the second half and won convincingly.

The Ladycats were able to help Senior Kim Shepperd wrap up her career in style as she scored 8 points and helped the Ladycats win 71-40 over Silver Grove Trains.

Wildcats notch pair of wins including Senior Night victory

Junior Robbie Gaskins splits defenders and attacks the seam of the St. Patrick defenders during Pendleton County’s 63-38 victory over the Saints.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Wildcats basketball team notched a pair of wins last week in a three-game slate that included a match-up with regional powerhouse Montgomery County and a Senior Night win over St. Pat.

Sharp Wildcats 4th District champs!
Jared Kelsay scores 9-point buck
Bronson Ormes takes first deer
Ormes takes two does in minute
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.

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.