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Today's News

  • Accepting the challenge
  • Student News - May 18, 2011

    Franklin inducted

    Hayley Franklin was inducted in April into the Lambda Pi Eta National Honor Society at Northern Kentucky University. To be eligible, a student must be a junior or senior with a 3.5 or higher grade average, and be nominated by an NKU  professor or staff member.

    She is the daughter of Ben and Crystal Franklin of Carrollton, Ky. She will be a senior at NKU in the fall, majoring in communications and minoring in public relations.

    Meder wins contest

  • Carroll County High School girls and boys tennis teams win first-ever NCKC Tourney

    The Carroll County High School tennis teams will go down in history as the first winners of their respective NCKC tournaments.

    With the tournament counting as one match, the Lady Panthers extended their winning streak to 10 in a row going into the 8th Region Tournament. The girls finished the regular season 10-1 and also won the North American Stainless tournament held in Carroll County.

    The Lady Panthers won the championship in a tie-breaker with Trimble County. The other teams competing in the tournament were Gallatin, Williamstown and Walton-Verona.

  • Certification goal of computer class for CCHS students

    By ANDY ANDERSON

    JCTC Coordinator, Academic Programs

    As part of a partnership between Jefferson Community and Technical College and Carroll County schools, a group of Carroll County High School students has spent part of the school year studying computer hardware and software maintenance here at the Carrollton JCTC campus.

  • Baseball Panthers defeat Eminence, 14-4

    The Panthers pulled out a much-needed victory over the Eminence Warriors Friday, winning at home 14-4. The win put an end to a miserable week of three straight losses, including a loss the day before to Henry County in the first round of the NCKC tournament.

    The Warriors’ starting pitcher struggled in the first inning, giving up six runs on two doubles, three walks, one error and three batters hit to the Panther lineup before he was replaced. Relief pitcher Trevor Payton walked two more and gave up two more runs before ending the inning with Carroll up, 8-0.

  • Bob Coots Legends game May 21

    The second annual Bob Coots Legends game will be held at Panther Field on Saturday, May 21 at 7 p.m. The field will be open for batting practice and infield reps beforehand.

    The game is in loving memory of “Big Bob,” who coached for a number of years. All proceeds go to the Carroll County High School baseball program, which the Coots Foundation is a huge supporter of, head coach Jay Jones said.

  • Lady Panthers go down to the wire with Williamstown, fall 7-6 at home

    Williamstown senior Tori Wilhoit blasted a three-run homerun in the top of the sixth inning to give the Lady Demons (12-14) a 7-3 advantage in their game at Carroll Monday night. That ended up being the difference maker in the game, as the visitors defeated the Lady Panthers, 7-6.

    “The three-run homer, that was the difference in this game, and that’s on my shoulders,” Carroll head coach Ken Blair said. “That’s my inexperience calling a softball game.”

  • Track results - Week of May 18, 2011

    The Panther and Lady Panther track and field teams both finished in sixth place out of 10 teams in the Carroll County Invitational, their final home meet of the season May 6. Madison won the girls’ meet, while Shelby County won the boys’ meet.

  • Flippin’ for flapjacks
  • Ballinger jersey on display at basketball hall of fame

    After a stellar career in which she was twice named NAIA Player of the Year, Whitney Ballinger’s Lady Tiger Basketball uniform jersey will be put on display in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame’s Ring of Honor in Knoxville, Tenn.

    “This is as much of an honor for our school as it is her,” said Coach Ginger Colvin. “People passing through there (Hall of Fame) will catch a glimpse of our school and what Whitney has accomplished in her three short years here.”