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Today's News

  • 2014 Governor’s Scholars
  • Student of the week: Rayven Howard, 12th grade

    What is your favorite thing about school and why?

    “Spending time with friends and preparing for my future.”

    What is your favorite subject and why?

    “Psychology because I enjoy learning about human nature.”

    What was the last book you read? 

    “I Have Lived A Thousand Years,” by Livia Bitton-Jackson

    What was the last movie you saw?  

    “Divergent”

  • Grant shuts out Carroll, 7-0

    The Panthers baseball team struggled at the plate Friday, logging just four hits in a 7-0 loss at Grant County, breaking their six-game winning streak. Grant scored three runs in the first two innings and another in the fourth. Seth Hicks hit two singles, while Zakk Hicks and Jackson “Boo” Donahue also singled.

    John Michael Adams pitched two innings, giving up six hits, a walk and striking out a batter. Seth Hicks pitched two innings, giving up one hit, three walks and striking out two. Justin Ray closed the game, walking one and striking out two.

  • Easter on the Square
  • Lady Panthers shutout Lady Raiders in Bedford, 12-0

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    The visiting Carroll County Lady Panthers scored a 12-0 shutout win over Trimble County Friday.

  • Lady Panthers ground Rockets, 9-3

    Kelsey Ogden’s three-run homer to left center helps lift the Lady Panthers to a 9-3 victory over Shelby County Monday.

    Carroll County jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first, but committed two errors in the top of the fifth to allow Shelby County to draw within one run. But the Lady Panthers dug in and scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull away.

  • Stitching a Masterpiece

    A class of 48 quilters worked on Bonnie K. Hunter’s “Hidden Spool” quilt pattern on April 15, during this year’s “It’s Sew Fine” sewing expo at General Butler State Resort Park. Quilters used scraps of material they each brought from home, which combines being thrifty with being environmentally “green” – a theme of two of Hunter’s books: “Scraps & Shirttails” and “Scraps & Shirttails II.”

  • Panthers baseball shuts out Henry, 10-0

    The Carroll County Panthers baseball team shut out district-foe Henry County, 10-0, Thursday at Panther Field.

    “We threw strikes and played error-free defense. That’s going to win you a lot of games,” head coach Jimmy Ray said.

    Junior Zakk Hicks earned the win on the hill, striking out six batters, walking three and giving up just three hits in five innings. He also was 3-3 from the plate with two singles, a double and an RBI.

  • CCHS track and field seniors honored at NCKC meet
  • Softball beats Henry, 10-3

    The Lady Panthers got off to a rough start Thursday, committing two errors and falling behind 2-0 to the Henry County Lady Cats in the first inning. But the girls shrugged it off and took care of business, winning 10-3.

    Head coach Dennis Hawkins said the girls played much better and did a good job of regrouping quickly.