Ladycats finish up 2016 soccer season

Ladycats final game of
the season was on October
10, 2016. They travelled to
Mason County to play the
Harrison Co. Fillies.
The first half remained
scoreless as Maddison Wyatt
tended the goal making
numerous saves. The
defense was strong and the
offense had a couple of
close attempts but just
couldn’t get a clear shot on
the ball. The Fillies won
2-0.
Thanks to coaches Stacey
and Rachel Ladycats had
a memorable season.

Harlam Wizards return to Pendleton Co.

Don’t miss this fun-filled,
high flying and interactive
community event featuring
the world famous Harlem
Wizards basketball team as
they take on the P.C. All
Stars, a team of teachers,
coaches and community
individuals.
The game tips off is 7
p.m., on Wednesday,
November 9, 2016 at PCHS.
General admission tickets
will be $6 in advance and
$10 at the door. Courtside
Plus tickets are available for
$30 and will reserve courtside
seating, exclusive 10
minute meet and greet with
2-3 Wizards, free team poster
and $15 discount on Wizards
replica jerseys. Courtside
Plus tickets are limited
and first come, first serve.
You can learn more about
the Harlem Wizards at www.
harlemwizards.com.
Forms are being sent home
through the schools for ticket
reservations or visit Wizards
website to buy them in
advance.
For more info call 859-
654-5800.
Proceeds will go to support
PC Athletics.
Concessions and Wizards
souvenirs will be sold.
There will also be a free
autograph session after the
game.

Wildcat Soccer – back-to-back district champs

The old saying goes
that it’s easier to win the
first one than it is to repeat.
Wildcat Soccer can
give you firsthand accounts
on whether that old saying
is true or not and they took
the same route to win both
38th District titles.
In the first round, they
dispatched St. Patrick, 6-0,
then defeated Mason
County in the 38th District
Boys Soccer Tournament
Championship game, 4-1.
“Each title win has its
own challenges,” replied
Wildcat Varsity Coach
Aaron Harper. “We’ve beat
Mason in both of the wins
and coming into this years
championship game, I
knew they would be coming
out to try and take our
title. The boys were determined
not to let that happen.”
In both district tournament
games, the Cats
struck early and it was by
designed.
“We’ve focused all season
on starting strong.
Take the kickoff and press
high offensively at the start
to get the opposing team
on their heels and catch
them off guard.” Coach
Harper pointed out.
Against St. Patrick, it
was Senior Mike DeWald
who struck first after juggling
a pass from Conner
Harper then shooting it
past the Saints’ goalie.
Just minutes later, Conner
smacked one past the
goalie on the near post and
the lead was 2-0 just 15
minutes into the game.
Pendleton wasn’t done
as Grant Walsh played a
free kick that Jacob Cordray
converted into a shot
and a goal and the Cats had
full control of the game.
Three more goals in the
second half on a free kick
from Cordray for his second
goal of the game,
DeWald dribbling through
a host of defenders for his
second goal and Mitchell
Brinkdoepke tallied the
final goal in the 6-0 victory.
Two nights later in the
championship game,
Mason County was the victim
of the same quick
strike attack as Pendleton
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Pendleton County Grand Jury returns eight indictments

The Pendleton County
Grand Jury met on October
5, 2016 and returned eight
indictments on seven individuals.
The Grand Jury charges:
Bryan Ledford, dob:
12/10/1997, committed the
offense of Possession of
Matter Portraying a Sexual
Performance by a Minor, 18
counts. Bail was set at
$30,000.
Lanny Jenkins, dob:
6/15/1967, committed the
offense of Theft by Unlawful
Taking ($10,000 or more
but less than $1,00,000) and
Criminal Possession of a
Forged Instrument in the
Second Degree (11 counts).
Bail was set at $14,000.
Travis Stepp, dob:
2/13/1990, committed the
offense of Trafficking in a
Controlled Substance
(Methamphetamine) in the
First Degree – second or
subsequent offense (two
grams or more), Possession
of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession
of Marijuana, and
Persistent Felony Offender
in the Second Degree. Bail
was set at $10,000.
Mick Yost, dob:
6/13/1985, committed the
offense of Theft by Deception
($500 or more but less
than $10,000). Bail was set
at $2,500.
Scott Witham, dob:
4/1/1982, two cases, committed
the offense of Theft
by Unlawful Taking ($500
or more but less than
$10,000), two counts, and
Burglary in the Third
Degree. Bail was set at
$10,000.
Kayley Brill, dob:
1/20/1992, committed the
offense of Criminal Possession
of a Forged Instrument
in the Second Degree (three
counts) and Persistent Felony
Offender in the Second
Degree. Bail was set at
$10,000.
Felcia Dollens, dob:
7/30/1992, committed the
offense of Criminal Possession
of a Forged Instrument
in the Second Degree (5
counts). Bail was set at
$5,000.
An indictment of a person
by a grand jury is an
accusation only and that
person is presumed innocent
unless proven guilty.

Police continue search for Falmouth woman

By Jackie Vaughn, News Editor
Authorities continue to
search for a missing Pendleton
County woman.
Sarah Stunk, a 29-year-old
female of Falmouth, disappeared
just before 2 p.m.
on Friday, October 7. She
left the Northern Kentucky
Living Center’s facility on
Memory Drive in Falmouth
and was seen walking
east on Shelby Street.
She has not been located
since. Family and local
authorities are trying desperately
to find her.
Falmouth Polwice,
Pendleton County Search
& Rescue, and other volunteers
have searched a
three-mile stretch up and
down the Main Licking
River. They have also
carefully combed the railroad
tracks for signs of her.
Helicopters and dogs have
been used to try and locate
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