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High School Sports

  • On The Road | Feb. 12, 2015

    Eminence beats Carroll for a second time

    Despite holding a four-point lead at the end of the third quarter, the Panthers couldn’t hold on, as the Warriors outscored the visitors 28-12 in the fourth quarter to win, 68-56, Jan. 31. With the loss, Carroll County drops to the No. 5 seed in the 31st District Tournament, while Eminence holds the No. 2 seed.

  • Carroll can’t hold on to fourth-quarter lead, fall to Trimble, 66-64, in Bedford

    For Trimble County fans, last week’s battle with visiting Carroll County delivered everything spectators of a rivalry game could hope for. For disappointed Carroll fans, the outcome fell a basket short as the Panthers led most of the way until an empty stretch in the final quarter allowed Trimble to take the lead and hold it down the stretch for a 66-64 win Feb. 3.

  • Lady Mustangs ‘D’ troublesome for Lady Panthers

    Missed free throws and turnovers were, once again, the stumbling block for the Carroll County Lady Panthers against North Oldham Tuesday. Despite its miscues, the team was still within three points after a successful three-point play by Lauren Moore with 1:51 left in the game. But two empty possessions and less than a minute to go forced the Lady Panthers to start fouling, and North Oldham hit 4-6 free throws down the stretch to seal the 58-51 win.

  • Panthers post first win since All ‘A,’ 47-35 over Dayton

    The Carroll County Panthers broke a six-game losing streak Friday with a 47-35, victory over the visiting Dayton Greendevils.

  • Lady Panthers sweep Lady Rebels, Dermon scores 17

    The Lady Panthers picked up their fourth straight win over the Lady Rebels Friday, Jan. 30, winning 50-45. Carroll’s Haley Dermon led all scorers with 17 points.

  • Monster second half results in 19-point win for ladies

    Carroll County Lady Panthers put together a complete game in a 59-40 defeat of the Newport Ladycats Tuesday, Feb. 3.

    Newport jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead before Carroll battled back, taking an 11-9 lead on a Lauren Moore basket. Newport closed the first quarter out with a pair of free throws to lead by one point.

    Newport pushed out to its largest lead, 20-13, before Abigail Aulbach hit a 3-point shot to close the gap to four points. Carroll tied the game at 22 before Mariah Ingram hit a 3-point basket to give Newport the lead they carried into the half, 27-24.

  • Trimble defeats Carroll in border battle Saturday

    A concentrated defensive effort on the part of Trimble County’s Lady Raiders held Carroll County’s lone senior in check for most of Saturday’s basketball matchup, enabling Trimble to pull out a 48-34 victory over the visiting Lady Panthers.

  • Carroll County drops home district game to Eminence, crucial rematch

    Another slow start put the Carroll County Panthers behind early, as they fell 71-61 to the Eminence Warriors in a home district seed game Jan. 23.

    One-and-a-half minutes into the game, the Panthers were behind 8-0, forcing Carroll County head coach Carroll Yager to call a time out.

    Yager took another time out with 4:09 left in the first quarter, and the Panthers were down, 16-0.

    Eminence made three of its four 3-point goals during this stretch, as Jake Mckinnley and Kemryn Jenkins each contributed eight points.

  • Ladies win big over Warriors, 55-25

    The Lady Panthers notched their first back-to-back wins of the season Thursday, Jan. 22, with a 55-25 home win over Eminence. They defeated Central Hardin Jan. 17.

  • Dragons’ run in 3Q too much for Panthers

    South Oldham’s third quarter defense stifled a Carroll County run and helped the visiting Dragons pull away, winning 84-60.

    Down 11 at halftime, the Panthers (8-10) pulled within seven points on a 3-pointer by Isaiah Hogan with 3:54 remaining in the third quarter. Unfortunately for Carroll County, that would be their last field goal of the quarter. South Oldham (7-13) ratcheted up their defensive intensity, trapping in their full-court press, and forcing Carroll County into turnovers.