April 20, 2014

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The Nate Jones Report 9-3-13

Pendleton County's hometown Major League Baseball star, Nathan Andrew "Nate" Jones, is in his second season as a relief pitcher with the Chicago White Sox. Below are brief details of his in-game activities for the week ending August 29, 2013. (Short week due to The Falmouth Outlook imposed Labor Day holiday deadline.)

Archery hunting for deer begins September 7

Kentucky's 2013-14 deer season opens on Saturday, Sept. 7, the first day of the 136-day archery season. The season continues through Monday, Jan. 20, 2014.

For the past three seasons, record harvests have been posted for the month of September: 5,577 deer in 2012, 4,945 in 2011 and 4,407 in 2010.

"Even though weather conditions aren't always ideal in September, there are some advantages to early season hunting,” said Tina Brunjes, deer program coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

Wildcats Soccer team loses key member to injury during opening week of season

Wildcats Varsity Soccer Team. Front row, from left: varsity team captains - Max Dewald, Logan Wilson, CJ Osborne, Travis Brinkman. Second row: Eli Stahl, Tony Sanchez, Cody Hanser. Third row: Danielle Miller - stats, Nancy Sue Shoemaker - stats, Clay Thompson, Dylan Roseberry, Tyler Scott, Jared Wolfe, Tyler Baker, varsity coach Lisa Feltner. Back row: Mason Cordray, Chandler Aulich, Kody Workman, Mike Dewald, Tanner Pugh, Jacob Johnson. Not pictured: Noah Whitaker, assistant coach Jeff Brinkman.

By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Following her club's season opening victory over Rowan County last Tuesday, fifth year Wildcats soccer coach Lisa Feltner stated emphatically that the number one concern for the team to focus on this season was remaining healthy.

Wildcats open season with loss to Carroll

The 2013 Pendleton County football campaign began last Friday as the Wildcats took on Carroll County. A jam-packed Veteran’s Field crowd saw the Wildcats score first, but after that, it was all Panthers as Carroll County came away with a 44-11 victory.

Athletes attend KHSAA Hype Leadership Conference

Six Pendleton County High School Junior student-athletes attended the KHSAA HYPE Leadership Conference in Lexington on Monday, August 19.

PCEF holds 19th Annual Golf Scramble

Seventy-one golfers took to the greens as the Pendleton County Education Foundation held their 19th Annual Golf Scramble at the Pendleton County Country Club. This is the Foundation’s only fundraiser of the year.  They would like to thank everyone who participated in any way.

The Nate Jones Report 8-27-13

Pendleton County's hometown Major League Baseball star, Nathan Andrew "Nate" Jones, is in his second season as a relief pitcher with the Chicago White Sox. Below are brief details of his in-game activities for the week ending August 25, 2013.

Ladycat Volleyball look to repeat

Winning their first 38th District Championship was one of those high school memories that the players will take with them throughout the rest of their lives.

Pendleton Recreation Ejection Policy Print E-mail

With Recreation Youth Football, Cheerleading and Soccer seasons starting up, parents, fans and players are reminded about the Pendleton County Recreation ejection policy.  It says:

• If deemed necessary by official, youth sport director or recreation director, any parent, player, coach, or spectator can be asked to leave the game or practice. If coach/parent/player is ejected from a game/practice, they are ineligible for any future practices/games until after a meeting with recreation director to determine if they are allowed to resume attendance at recreation events.  Parents can appeal decision of recreation director to the Recreation Commission at their next scheduled meeting.

Too often, we, unfortunately, see instances on the news of situations in youth sports of adults who are out of control.  Pendleton Recreation does not want Pendleton County to be the next story and encourage parents, players, coaches and fans to remember Recreation sports is about the kid playing and not winning or setting themselves up for a college scholarship at the age of six.  It’s about getting the kids out and active, learning valuable lessons in life and simply enjoying sports.

Do you have what it takes to be the PCHS Wendy’s Heisman winner? Print E-mail

Wendy’s honors the top students, athletes, scholars and citizens in the country with the Wendy’s Heisman award program. Two members, one male and one female, at each high school will be honored along with state and national winners.

Seniors, Class of 2014 who have at least a “B” average and participate in at least one school-sponsored sport can apply online in just a few easy steps. Visit www.WendysHeisman.com for details on how to apply.

It’s time your achievements were recognized on a national scale!

Reply by October 2, 2013 to be considered if you excel in academics, participate in sports, and are involved in your community and extracurricular activities.