September 2, 2014

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Ladycats win first game of season
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“Family Tradition” wins Eddie Wright Memorial Softball Tournament
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VolleyCats off to a strong 2014 start
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Wildcats drop season opener in slugfest

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Schneider scores first medalist honors
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Wildcats net first win of soccer season

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Ladycat Golf looks strong to start season

The Ladycat Golf team prepares for the Montgomery County Invitational. From left: Ladycat varsity coach Timmy Cooper, Holley Hart, Shelby Johnson, Mackenzie Moore, Emily Cobb, Morgan Cobb, Lauryn Stout, volunteer coach Kristen Smith.

In taking over a Ladycat Golf program that has seen seven consecutive years of either a team or individual appearance in the KHSAA State Golf Tournament, new varsity coach Timmy Cooper has had his team start strong in their four 18-hole tournament appearances.

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Ladycats ready to start 2014 season
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Wildcats Golf Team teed up for season
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Cross Country hosting Color Run and 5K Walk Print E-mail

Pendleton County Cross Country runners, from left: Kenton Hornbeck, Walker Lea, and Montgomery Franxman train for their upcoming season at Kincaid Lake State Park.

The Pendleton County Cross Country program is hosting a Color Run and 5K Walk on Saturday, August 23 at Sharp Middle School, home of the PC Cross Country Course.

The race starts at 9 a.m.  but registration begins at 8 a.m. the day of the race. Everyone 6 years of age and up is eligible for the run.

A color run is a fun-filled family event that will be filled with laughs and smiles while supporting the Pendleton County Cross Country program. Wear a white shirt or one can be purchased at the event.  The color run will be using washable paint which may stain clothing/skin.

Admission is $10 with all proceeds going to support the Pendleton Cross Country Team.

 
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