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Image 7 of The Falmouth Outlook June 7, 2011

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The Falmouth Outlook, June 7, 2011, Page 07 Sports High school co-ed soccer teams spring league The high school soccer players formed two co-ed teams for the spring league in Campbell North. The teams played extremely well in the league but both teams were unable to make up all the games this spring due to the heavy amount of rain that we had in April and May. A huge thanks to the volunteer coaches, Bryan and Heather Cordray who coached the gray team and John Fitzpatrick and LeAnn Blackaby who coached the red team. Front; Amber Blackaby: Second row from left: ball boy-Jacob Cordray, Jared Wolfe, Haley Carr, Michaela Wright, Hannah Fields, Alex Blackaby, Tori Fitzpatrick, Katie Boggs, Noah Wright, Heather Cordray. Back row: Bryan Cordray, Logan Ryan, John Reynolds, Nathan Ryan, Mason Cordray, Jacob Johnson, Eddie Booth, CJ Osborne, Jacob Ammerman, Ryan Feltner and LeAnn Blackaby. Not pictured; Blake Scott, Eli Stahl, Clay Thompson, Cody Hanser, Logan Wilson and Tyler Baker. Boys soccer camp John Basaylgia, NKU mens soccer coach, will be hosting a camp on June 13-16 at Southern from 6:15-8 in the evening. The cost for the camp is $65.00 and is available to all players coming out for the high school soccer team this Fall. (Middle school and high school.) For more information, you can contact Lisa Feltner at 859-6201933. Free physicals for athletes Family Care Associates will offer free physicals for Pendleton County athletes on the following dates: Friday, June 24, 8:30-11:45 a.m.; Tuesday, June 28, 1:15-3:45 p.m.; Wednesday, July 6, 1:15-3:45 p.m.; Friday, July 8, 8:30-11:45 p.m.; Wednesday July 13, 8:30-11:45 p.m. The following must happen before obtaining the physical: Pick up a KHSAA physical form at the high school or middle school and get it stamped with the official stamp (to prove that you are indeed a PC student athlete). Physicals are by appointment only. Phone number is 859-6546966 and be sure to tell them that you want a free athletic physical with Karen. No walkins. KHSAA form must be completely filled out and signed off on by parent/guardian before physical will be performed. Only these designated times will be honored. Falmouth Lions Club holds golf outing The Falmouth Lions Club held their annual golf outing on May 18, 2011 at the Pendleton County Club. Twelve teams participated even though the weather was cold and the course extremely wet. The Farm Bureau team of Steve Ammerman, Jerry Galloway, Kyle Stout and Chris Tracey won the event shooting a sixteen under par 56. The Lions Club would like to thank the forty- eight participating golfers for playing in less than ideal conditions. The club would like to thank the hole sponsors and contributors for making the event possible. Hole sponsors: Rodney Miles Body Shop, Woodhead Funeral Homes Inc., Owen Electric, Robert Bathalter-Attorneys at Law, Griffin Industries, Cash-4-U, Total Care Pharmacy, United Midwest Savings Bank, Farmers National Bank, ReMax-Linda Thornton, Paul Tuemler L.P. Gas, Farm Bureau Insurance-Steve Ammerman-agent, Snappy Tomato Pizza, URB, Tim Norton Auto Repair, Woodmen of the World Insurance, Jason Woodard-basketball and personal trainer, Edwardo’s Pizza and Super Value-northern region. Contributors: Mike ReddenPendleton County circuit clerk, John and Margie Steele, Paul Tuemler L.P. Gas, Larry Spears, Dr. Bill Verax, Peoples Funeral Home, Ron Sanson-retired club manager, Carlen Caldwell, Trauth Dairy, United Dairy Farmers, Home City Ice, Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Cincin- nati, Wyatt’s Super Value, Becky’s Flower Basket and Sara Lee-Kevin Wolfe. The Falmouth Lions Club would like to give special thanks to Bruce Oldendick, Pendleton Country Club Pro and his staff for their hospitality and guidance in conducting the event. Proceeds from this event help the Lions Club assist disadvantaged members of our community with their vision needs as well as other community projects. Ladycats fall to Nicholas County By: Sam McClanahan, Reporter The Pendleton County Ladycats 2011 softball season came to an end on May 23 when they were defeated by Nicholas County 17-0 in three innings in the first round of 38th District play. The loss capped off a disappointing 1-17 campaign turned in by the 'Cats, but head coach Kirt Prather summed up the season by saying the win-loss record doesn't tell the whole story, "To judge a winning season, I try not to focus on the teams record. As the season progressed I was able to see weekly improvement, in all aspects of the game; hitting, fielding, and team chemistry to name a few," said Prather. Nicholas County would go on to lose in the District final to host school, Harrison County, by a final of 8-1 on May 24th. Coach Prather went on to say that he is hopeful a summer camp can be organized to help develop the growth of the PC softball program. "I, along with assistant coach Renee Stegman, are looking to put something together that can help generate a broader interest in the sport around the area. We would like to organize a camp that would teach the fundamentals of the game while developing the players at a younger age. Our goal is to build a young base that can play for a few years together before reaching the high school level." Many of the players on this season's roster had little to no softball experience, and that lack of skill and experience showed up in nearly every game over the course of the season. Prather is hopeful that he can organize enough players to build a foundation in making PC softball more competitive over the next few years. 7Up Northern Kentucy Jr. Golf Tour Several Pendleton County Jr Golfers will spend parts of their summer on the golf course, soaking up rays and improving their game. The 7Up Northern KY Jr Golf Tour is the home of many of the one-day tournaments they will play. The summer tour started at the newly renovated World of Golf (used to be World of Sports) in Florence. Eight Jr PC golfers played. Kristen Smith had the highest finish with 2nd, one stroke out of 1st in the Annka division. Mackenzie Moore finished 7th in the Wie division with Morgan Cobb in the top 10. Trey Roseberry lead 4 PC Second place was awarded to the team of Rodney Cooper, Tim Cooper, Nick Jones and Roger Lonaker who shot an eleven under 61. golfers in the 12-13 division with a 3rd place finish. Cameron Auchter had a top 10 finish and Austin Schneider and Trenton Shields also competed in that age division. Lane Weaver came in 4th in the always tough 16-18 year old division. The skill event winners from left: Chuck Tackett, longest putt on hole number 8. Tony Messmer, longest putt on hole number 11. Tim Cooper, closest to the pin on hole number 17 and Brian Crouch, closest to the pin on hole number 3. PCHS baseball team pick up trash Parade The PCHS baseball team and parents spent a few hours Sunday, October 17, 2010 picking up garbage along U.S. 22 West from U.S. 27 to the Grant County line. The Boosters would like to thank everyone who participated in this fund raising endeavor. We would also like to Baptist Backpack and Biscuit Benefit participants pose for a group portrait at the Pendleton Athletic Park on the morning of May 21, 2011. Photo by Roger McKinney. Baptist conduct Backpack and Biscuit Benefit By Roger McKinney, Reporter The Baptist Union Association which, includes Baptist churches in Pendleton, Harrison and Bracken counties, held the first part of a Backpack and Biscuit Benefit Bike Run on May 21, 2011. The event involved 14 motorized bikes and 3 souped up autos. This program is structured in two parts. The first part took place on May 21 and the second will occur in September of this year. Money made in the May run will be used to buy back- packs for underprivileged children. The September funds will be applied to the organization's food pantry, which feeds financially distressed families all year long, but especially, at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The May part of the benefit included open house visitation to seven of the 15 churches which comprise the association. Before leaving each church a prayer was voiced by a different participant. The last church visited was Blanket Creek Baptist, where a cookout was held and a final prayer of appreciation was given. The concluding September portion of the benefit will involve the remaining eight Baptist churches. The association thanks the following businesses for their contributions of door prizes to the benefit program: Edwardo’s, Dry Ridge La Rosa’s, KOI Auto Parts, NAPA Auto Parts, Becky’s Flower Basket, BB’s, Snappy Pizza, Barnes Hardware and Lumber, Back Hills Grill, Ace Hardware, Bluegrass Tobacco, Wyatt’s, and Randy’s Clothing. express our appreciation for the opportunity to participate in this fund raising activity/program. It is always worth while to clean up our county roadways while earning proceeds to help fund an athletic program within Pendleton County. Thank you. Woman injured in accident on KY 330 A woman was injured in a single vehicular accident on KY 330 around 12:30 p.m. on June 6. She was airlifted to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in Cincinnati. Lila Annis, 50, of Berry was traveling eastbound operating a 1991 Mercury Tracer. Her vehicle left the roadway traveling down an embankment and striking a tree. The Falmouth Fire Department was called to help get Ms. Annis up the embankment. The Don’t Miss the Boat! Advertise in the Outlook’s Classifieds. Call 859-654-3332 Pendleton County EMS transferred her to the helicopter. Pendleton County Chief Deputy Todd Dennie investigated the accident. continued from Page 1 left on US 27 and head north to Shelby Street. The parade will turn right on Shelby Street and continue to Main Street. Parade participants should turn right on Main Street to end the parade. This is a great way for churches, organizations and individuals to show their American pride and also your Pendleton County spirit! If you would like to participate in the parade, or have any questions or suggestions concerning the Pendleton County Homecoming, please call Amanda Moore at (859) 654-6937 ext. 105 or Mayor Mark Hart at (859) 654-6937 ext. 101. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Pendleton County University of Kentucky Extension District Board is taking bids for a 2006 or newer one ton, 10 passenger van. The van must have the total power package. It must also be equipped with a tow package and have no more than 60,000 miles on the unit. Bids will be accepted at the UK Cooperative Extension Office, 45 David Pribble Drive, Falmouth, 41040, until 2:00 PM June 14th at which time bids will be opened and read aloud. No faxed bids accepted and all bids shall be marked “Bid”. The District Board reserves the right to wavier any and all formalities in bidding. The board further reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to accept any bid, whether or not the lowest price, that the board, in its sole discretion, deems to be in the best interest of sound fiscal management for the district.

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