September 1, 2014

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Falmouth team wins tenpin tourney
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.

"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.”

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.

Wildcats win Super Bowl in Power House Division

The Pendleton County Wildcats defeated the Grant County Braves 12-6 to become the Super Bowl winners in the Power House Division.

The Pendleton County Wildcats took on the Grant County Braves in the Super Bowl of the Power House Division at Grant County High School. It was a perfect weather day for football and you could feel the tension and nervousness in the air before the biggest game of the season. The last time these two teams met, overtime was needed to determine the winner, with PC coming out on top 12-6.

Hey PCHS alumni basketball players! Print E-mail

Have you wanted to see the stars of the Pendleton County High School Ladycats and Wildcats from the 1980s face off versus the stars of the 1990s? Or how about a parent who played in the 1970s guarding their child who played in the 2000s? Or how about a star from the 1960s dusting off the Chuck Taylors and taking to the court?

This is your chance.

PCHS Ladycats and Wildcats host a joint PCHS Alumni game at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, November 23. Former Ladycats will be playing former Ladycats and former Wildcats playing former Wildcats.

If you are a former player for either the Wildcats or Ladycats, please contact either or for the Wildcats or for the Ladycats.

To plan accordingly, they need to information on shirt sizes and a listing of players to determine teams.

Whether you are a former player or a fan, don’t miss out on this opportunity to remember the ‘good ole days’ while supporting the present Ladycats and Wildcats.

Dawson Blades takes first deer Print E-mail

Seven-year-old Dawson Blades shot his first deer on Saturday, October 12, 2013. It was an 8-point buck taken on the family farm. The family is still not sure who was more excited - Papaw, Daddy or Dawson! Pictured from left: Danny Blades (Daddy), Dawson Blades, and Greg King (Papaw).

PCHS uniforms and trophies for sale Print E-mail

Would you like a part of PCHS Athletic history with a trophy from the team you were a part of in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s or in the 2000 millennium?

Would you like the uniform that you wore during your playing days of representing PCHS against rivals?

During the Alumni Basketball game on Saturday, November 23 at PCHS, the PC Athletic Department will be offering for sale for $1 trophies from the past 50 years of Pendleton County Athletic history.

Uniform prices will vary dependent on the uniform.  All sales are first come, first serve bases and are final.

“We have over 200 trophies sitting in storage underneath the gym floor at PCHS. We simply don’t have room in the trophy cases to showcase all of the trophies,” athletic director Keith Smith commented. “State law prevents us from giving them away but we can sell them for a dollar and let the players who were a part of winning them, own them.”

Any district championship trophy won at the varsity level, regional trophies and some specialized regular season trophies are being kept and showcased in the trophy case.

Smith continued, “We spent a portion of the summer organizing the trophy cases and putting the major trophies in the front lobby trophy cases. Each sport has it’s owned labeled section as well as the central trophy case being used for state tournament appearances, regional championships both by teams and individuals.”

Don’t miss out on bringing home a part of your PCHS Athletic history!

Wildcats fall to Ludlow on road 28-6

Senior members of the Wildcats football team, front row: Gary Holland. Middle row, from left: Daniel Robey, Jordan Morgan, Sarah Turner, David Huck, Kyle Silbersack. Back row: Jason Wilder, Adam Koeninger, Keith Steele.

The gridiron Wildcats traveled up to Ludlow’s James Rigney Memorial stadium for their final road test of the 2013 campaign.

Five qualify for AA State Championships

Five PCHS Cross Country runners (From left, Morgan Bay, Alexis Tolbert, Xanthia Jenson, Kylie Figgins, Walker Lea) qualified for the KHSAA Class 2A State Cross Country Meet to be held at the Ky. Horse Park on Saturday, November 11.  They continue the long tradition of cross country success at the regional tournament.

A dozen athletes from PCHS competed on Saturday morning in the AA Region 4 Championships, held at Sherman Elementary School in Dry Ridge.

The squads ran in hopes of securing a spot in next week’s KHSAA State Championships, held at Lexington’s Kentucky Horse Park. Both teams finished just short of qualifying as a group, finishing one spot short in 5th place.  However, a pair of gentleman, and a trio of young ladies qualified for the individual championships.