Standing next to a millionaire, movie star, heart throb on the  set of a movie based on a world renowned serial killer, Ted Bundy,  wasn’t the first way I thought I’d begin my new year. It was the first of January when I had discovered a post from a casting agency.

With nine seniors on the roster and only five starting spots, it can be difficult to figure out who will get those starting spots for Senior Night. For Wildcat Basketball Head Coach Keaton Belcher, one spot was easy to choose.

Former Ladycat Basketball coach, Scott Collins, was selected by the 10th Region Girls coaches as a member of the 2018 Hall of Fame class. He will be inducted at a banquet at the end of March.

The loss of a child or sibling can be a heartbreaking experience for any family. Add in the unknown of why they were taken and the level of despair ramps to a new level.

When David Tackett stops and reflects upon his decorated 40-year coaching career in Pendleton County athletics, he finds it difficult to find a team that has brought him as much satisfaction as his current Ladycats squad. He could see something special in the team early on, not long after they began practicing last Nov.

The Ladycats won their third game of the season against Augusta, 58-52 on Wed., Jan. 31 at Pendleton County High School.

Shelby Turner led the team in scoring with a strong 18. Senior forward Anna Askren  scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds.