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Senior Recognition: Boys Track and Field

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the spring sports to be canceled this year.  Doing so has caused the class of 2020 to miss some milestone events to cap their high school careers.  However, we still want to honor our deserving student-athletes for their dedication and commitment to making Pendleton Heights Athletics great!  This week is designated

Senior Recognition: Unified Track and Field

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the spring sports to be canceled this year.  Doing so has caused the class of 2020 to miss some milestone events to cap their high school careers.  However, we still want to honor our deserving student-athletes for their dedication and commitment to making Pendleton Heights Athletics great!  This week is designated

Senior Recognition: Girls Tennis

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the spring sports to be canceled this year.  Doing so has caused the class of 2020 to miss some milestone events to cap their high school careers.  However, we still want to honor our deserving student-athletes for their dedication and commitment to making Pendleton Heights Athletics great!  This week is designated

Senior Recognition: Boys Golf

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the spring sports to be canceled this year.  Doing so has caused the class of 2020 to miss some milestone events to cap their high school careers.  However, we still want to honor our deserving student-athletes for their dedication and commitment to making Pendleton Heights Athletics great!  This week is

COVID-19 PHHS Athletics Update 5/18

As always I hope everyone is staying healthy both mentally and physically.  As we enter the last week of the school year we will be doing some things on the athletic end to wrap up the 2019-2020 school year.  Please see the latest informion below that will hopefully answer some unanswered questions. Expiring Physicals: Some

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (5-18-2020) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” This past weekend was the first time a sporting event in America had been broadcast live since sports were suspended over eight weeks ago due to Covid19. It was a PGA event featuring four of the tour’s top players. Things were different.

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (5-11-2020) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” This past week while reading old articles in Sports Illustrated I ran across a story on last year’s U. S. Amateur golf champion, Andy Ogletree.  Andy grew up in a small town, Union, Mississippi, and now attends college at Georgia Tech. By

COVID-19 PHHS Athletics Update 5/8

I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy.  By now I’m sure you have grown restless and impatient with the current situation.  However, we must continue to stay focused on what we can control and be the best Arabians that we can be.  Below is the latest information plus a recorded message from me to

Community Blood Drive – 2.0

Pendleton Community Library, Pendleton Heights High School, and Versiti Blood Center of Indiana to host a Community Blood Drive on Thursday, May 14th.  We NEED YOU! Due the success of the April 17th Pendleton Community Blood Drive, we are scheduling another community blood drive at Pendleton Community Library on Thursday May 14th.  There is still a real need to stabilize the

IHSAA Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (5-4-2020) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” College recruiting is a year round process. Even though there are no spring sports and summer AAU and club sports are in jeopardy, recruiters will still find a way to evaluate talent and search their needs for the seasons ahead. How would