The Carroll County Middle School eighth grade boys’ basketball team fell behind early in the first half and were not able to catch up to the offensive fire power of the Owen County Rebels. The team lost 44-20 Thursday at home.
“Owen County might be the best team on our schedule,” head coach Jay Jones said. “They’re very talented. They’ve got all the right pieces.”
Carroll County Parks and Recreation holds its Winter Softball Fundamentals Clinic beginning Sunday, Nov. 20 at Kathryn Winn Primary School gymnasium.
The clinic will be on Sundays through Jan. 29. There will be no clinic on holiday weekends.
Times are: 5-6 p.m. for 8U (ages 7-8) and 6-7 p.m. For 10U (ages 9-10) and 12U (ages 11-12).
Participants must bring a glove and bat (if they have one) every Sunday.
If you have any questions, please call parks and pecreation at (502) 732-7029.
A 14-0 run out of halftime propelled the Carroll County Middle School seventh grade boys’ basketball team to a 44-37 victory over Owen County Thursday.
Head coach Jesse McClure said his team started out a little slow and began to get sloppy when starting center Malachi Corbin got into foul trouble. The Panthers trailed 17-13 in the waning seconds of the first half when Evan McMahon threw up a half court shot at the buzzer that swished through the net.
Carroll County Special Olympics participated in both singles and unified (doubles) bowling in Area 4 competition on Oct. 22 and 23 in Louisville, Ky. The results for singles were: Robbie Andrews, Fifth; Rhonda Buns, Second; Melissa Cooper, Third; Thomas Granger, Second; David Gregory, First; Amanda Jo Hearn, First; Zach Lynn, Third; Mary Pyles, Third; and Heather Westover, Fifth. The Unified Team of Thomas Granger and Margaret Walker placed Third. The next competition will be the State Games, held on Dec. 3-4 also in Louisville.
The elementary and middle school Panthers competed in their final meet of the 2011 season Saturday morning at the Henry County Renaissance Run. Head coach Joe Creager said the team had great results and brought home two Top 10 trophies and three Top 25 medals.
“It was a very cold morning but that didn’t slow the Panthers down,” he said. “Thanks to everyone who has helped make this a great season. Hope to see everyone back next year.”
The boys’ basketball team at Carroll County High School will host a men’s Panther alumni basketball game at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26.
Any former men’s Panther varsity basketball player that is interested in playing should contact coaches Duke Boles, Stacy May, Brett Miller or Carroll Yager at (502) 732-6195.
There is a participation fee of $15 to cover the cost of each player’s game T-shirt.
The rosters will be on a first-come, first serve basis and finalized by Nov. 17.
The middle school volleyball team split games with Gallatin County Thursday, as the sixth and seventh grade team won 2-0 and the eighth grade team lost 2-1.
Head coach Emily Brown said she was really proud of the sixth and seventh graders (2-3) and how they rebounded after losing to Williamstown the game before.
Pee Wee Cheer Camp will be held Monday, Aug. 29-Thursday, Sept. 1 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Carroll County High School cafeteria.
All participants are invited to cheer with the CCHS cheerleaders at the Panther home football game Sept. 2.
Campers must be from three years told through fifth grade. The cost is $25 per participant. Family discounts are available upon request. Please make checks payable to CCHS Cheerleaders.