July 23, 2014

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PC Track starts season off at GWOP Meet

From left: Josh McClurg, Chris Hess, Logan Decker and Daniel Fleharty placed 1st in the 4 x 100 relay team.

Grant County, Walton Verona, Owen County and Pendleton County track teams compete annually in the GWOP to have a meet that they can get into the swing of the track season.

Ladycats poised to contend in district

Wildcats grab Opening Day victory

#4 Hunter Lea at the plate looks to drive in his teammate Josh Brown at third base during the Wildcats 9-1 victory over St. Patrick.

If you are a fan of the crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd and the feel of a baseball game, Opening Day at any level is a special moment of spring. The Wildcat baseball team kicked off their 2014 season with an opening day victory 9-1 victory over St. Patrick Saints.

March begins new license year in state

March 1 ushered in the new license year in Kentucky.

A fishing license unlocks a myriad angling opportunities across the state and buying one now maximizes its value.

“When you think about what that gives you - all these bodies of water, all these different species that we provide for people - it’s a tremendous value,” said Ron Brooks, director of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources’ fisheries division.

Cheerleaders win at competition
It's that time - March Madness! Print E-mail

It's that time of the year! March Madness is upon us again! The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will soon be underway. Selection Sunday is March 16, play-in games will be held March 18-19 and the big dance starts on Thursday, March 20.

This is just a reminder to let you know that The Falmouth Outlook will be holding their annual NCAA March Madness Contest and the bracket pullout page will be printed in the March 18 edition.

Be sure to get a copy and fill out your picks for a chance to win prizes and those all-important bragging rights!

You must use the bracket pullout page from inside The Falmouth Outlook to win!

Future Wildcats Basketball League Tournament to be held Print E-mail

Gage Kuper, third grader at Northern Elementary looks to inbound the ball in the Future Wildcats Youth Basketball League on Sunday, March 9. The league has battled the weather this winter but picked back up and looking to finish out the season with the tournament the week of March 17-20. Official Darrin Gregg, also pictured, has been a longtime supporter of the recreation program.

Ladycats Fast Pitch Clinic and Rec League sign-ups Print E-mail

Raegan Carlisle readies herself for the pitch in the first season of Rec Fast Pitch League.

The Pendleton County High School Ladycat Fast Pitch team will be holding a Fast Pitch Youth Clinic at PCHS Aux Gym from 2 - 4 p.m., Saturday, March 15.  The Pendleton County Rec Fast Pitch League will collecting registration forms for the girls’ t-ball, coach pitch and possible kids’ pitch league starting after spring break.

Come out and meet the Ladycat Fast Pitch Varsity team, have your daughter learn a little about the game of fast pitch from the coach Steven Peed’s team and sign your daughter up to play this spring.

Smith inducted into Hall of Fame


By Sam McClanahan, Reporter

Last Saturday, during the girls 10th Region Tournament held at the Mason County Fieldhouse, former Ladycats head coach and current Pendleton County High School Athletic Director Keith Smith was inducted into the 2014 Girls' 10th Region Hall of Fame.

Wildcats baseball gearing up for a shot at 38th District Tournament title

Wildcat baseball seniors are looking to lead the Cats back to the 10th Region Tournament. From left: Noah Pfefferman, Dakota Crouch, Trevor Turner, Keith Steele.

It’s been awhile since things have happened with Wildcat baseball.