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  • Champions | Oct. 24, 2012
  • Alumni soccer game

    The Carroll County High School alumni soccer game against this year’s boys varsity squad will be on Saturday Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the CCHS soccer field.

    Contact Brian Hedges for more information by calling (502)732-9639 or emailing mbh917@hotmail.com.

  • Panthers run over Raiders, 59-13


    Landmark News Service

    In an eagerly anticipated game between two close rivals, the Carroll County football team defeated the Trimble County Raiders 59-13 on Friday, Oct.19.

    The Raiders faced an onslaught of tough offensive plays from the Panthers, as Carroll scored two touchdowns by John Michael Adams and Tyshaun Embs minutes after kickoff, 13-0.

  • Season ends for volleyball team in regionals, 3-0

    Carroll County rolled into the 8th Region volleyball tournament for the first time in school history Tuesday, Oct. 16 at Shelby County High School. Their time in the tournament was brief as Anderson County rolled to a 3-0 (18-25, 14-25, 22-25) victory.

    “The girls admitted that they were nervous, and it showed up in our play,” head coach Kristen Hooper said. “… We were not mechanically on our game. … We were mediocre at best with our passing; when you don’t pass well then you are mediocre at setting.”

  • Celebrating Fall
  • Political candidates respond to questionnaires

    City Council

    Name: Robb W. Adams

    Age: 44

    How long have you been
    a Carroll County resident?

    16 years

    Where did you attend
    high school, college?

    Owen County High School

    Have you held public office before? If so, in what capacity?

    Yes. I am a member of Carrollton City Council.

    Why did you choose
    to seek this office?

  • Hawkins benefits from full-ride county consortium scholarship

    A scholarship from the Carroll County Training Consortium provided Mary Hawkins with opportunities that led to a full-time job in quality assurance at Dow Corning’s Carrollton plant.

    The scholarship paid Hawkins’ full tuition at Jefferson Community and Technical College and for all of her books for her two-year degree in Applied Process Technology.

  • Carroll County Middle School next in line for renovations

    Now that the renovation of Cartmell Elementary School is complete and the Early Childhood Learning Center is in its second year, Carroll County Schools Superintendent Lisa James and the Board of Education are turning their attention to upgrading and updating Carroll County Middle School.

    The project will include a new or renovated gymnasium, as well as renovations to two basements below the existing building, James said in a phone interview Monday, to create space for an arts and humanities program and project-based learning.

  • Carroll County wins its first-ever district volleyball championship

    Carroll County wrapped up its first ever 31st District Volleyball Championship with a 3-0 victory over Henry County.

    Carroll County came out aggressive scoring first in all three sets. Coach Kristen Hooper said the Lady Panthers wanted to be aggressive at the net and with their serving, accomplished that goal.

    “I wanted us to counteract the nerves and emotions that effected us at the start of our last two matches,” Hooper said. “We knew that Henry County was an excellent team.”

  • Soccer team brings home 31st District championship

    The Carroll County High School Panthers finished the regular season with a road loss at Owen County. On Thursday night, they returned to Owenton and came home with the 31st District championship.

    The Panthers scored in the first five minutes and again late in the contest to come away with a 2-0 win. Josh McCarty netted both goals for Carroll County and Cody Damron  stopped every shot Owen County sent his way to earn the shutout.

    “This is 10 years worth of work,” Carroll County Head Boys Soccer Coach Ben Crutcher said.