August 31, 2014

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CheerCat teams win at competition
Ladycats battle Fillies but fall short

Isabella Hall drives through Fillie traffic in the Ladycats loss on Rivalry Relay for Life Night.

With an overpowering inside presence that has scored 2,000 points in her career, coach Scott Collins knew that stopping Fillies’ senior center, Jordan Doram, was going to be a major task but one that the Ladycats would have to accomplish to have a chance for the victory in the Relay for Life Rivalry Game.

Wildcats knock off Walton-Verona, fall to Harrison County on the road

Freshmen Michael Antrobus looks for a cutting teammate in the Wildcats loss to Harrison County on Relay for Life Rivalry Night, Friday, January 31. Michael threw in a shot from just across mid-court to end the first half.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The Wildcats basketball team scored its sixth victory of the season last week with a home win over Walton-Verona. The team then traveled to face border rival Harrison County last Friday, January 31 and were defeated by a 17-point margin.

JV Wildcats place second in postseason tourney

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The JV Wildcats season concluded last week as the club finished runner-up in the 38th District Tournament.

Wildcats routed by Royals in weather-shortened week

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

The heavy snow and arctic temperatures of the last few weeks have taken quite the toll on the Wildcats regular season schedule.

Last Friday, January 24, the team took the court for the first time in 10 days against regional powerhouse Mason County.

Kentucky hunters post record deer harvest

A year after establishing an overall deer harvest record, Kentucky hunters did it again.

The 2013-14 deer season in Kentucky ended Jan. 20 with a total harvest of 144,404 animals. That represents a gain of more than 9 percent over the previous record set during the 2012-13 season.

Mason Monroe continues to improve during freshman season at Transylvania

Physicals required for spring sports eligibility Print E-mail

Tryouts for baseball, fast pitch, tennis and track/field will begin February 15. To be eligible for tryouts, a student athlete must have a physical on a KHSAA-approved physical form. Pendleton County High School offers all four spring sports while Phillip Sharp Middle School offers track/field. Middle School students of selected grade levels will also be eligible to try out for PCHS Wildcats Baseball and PCHS Ladycats Fast Pitch.

That form can be accessed in one of the four locations:  1) front office of either Sharp Middle School or PCHS; 2) on the counter of the Athletic Department located in the Griffin Fitness Center; 3) downloaded from the PC Athletics webpage at; or 4) downloaded from the KHSAA website

If you have questions on tryouts for Sharp athletics, you can contact

If you have questions on tryouts for Wildcats Baseball, you can contact

If you have questions on tryouts for Ladycats Fast Pitch, you can contact .

If you have questions on tryouts for track and field, you can contact

If you have questions on tryouts for either Wildcats or Ladycats Tennis, you can contact

If you have any questions on athletics or the tryouts, you can contact

Football Boosters to host Super Bowl Party Print E-mail

Hey high school football fans! A Super Bowl Party will be held at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 2 in the gymnasium at Pendleton County High School. Admission is $5 and the event is open to all high school students.

There will be cornhole, basketball, volleyball and lots of other activities. You can take part or just come and hang out! Have fun cheering on your favorite team and watching the game on a big screen TV.

The game is scheduled to start at 6:25 p.m. and will be over by approximately 10 p.m.

Come and join the fun! Bring a friend or 10! There will be lots to do.

Student or parent questions? Contact Tim Sander at (859-322-5413) or Mark Beck at (513-503-9775)

This event is being sponsored by Pendleton County High School Football Boosters Club.

PCHS Pep Band performs at home games Print E-mail

The Pendleton County High School Pep Band performs music to get the Wildcats/Ladycats teams and crowds “revved up” at home football and basketball games. The band also performs during post-season play. Pictured from left: Megan Boettcher and Sierra Workman play their clarinets during the “Wildcat Fight Song.”