High School Sports

  • Carroll falls to Trimble on Volley for the Cure night

    The Carroll County and Trimble County volleyball border war was a little more special this year. The match was Carroll County’s Volley for the Cure games.

    Trimble won the match 2-0 (25-8, 25-19) as they defeated the Lady Panthers for the third time this season.

    Each Carroll County player recognized a cancer survivor with a pink carnation prior to the match and a list of those who had lost their battle with cancer was also read.

  • Kick off basketball season with Panther Madness

    Carroll County High School boys basketball will be hosting Panther Madness to kick off the 2016-17 season. The first official practice will start at midnight Friday, Oct. 14, into early Saturday morning. Parents, family and the community are welcome to attend and get the basketball season off to a great start. Donations will be collected at the event for 2009 Carroll County High School graduate Chris Hendrick, who is battling cancer.

  • Carroll drops district match to Owen

    Owen County Lady Rebel Hailey Chappell scored five goals, while teammate Megan Bruener added two more, as the visiting Lady Rebels defeated the Lady Panthers, 7-0, Oct. 4.

    The Lady Rebels outshot the Lady Panthers 33-6, with keeper Houston Lindsay notching 17 saves for the Lady Panthers.

    “They know what to do, they just didn’t execute,” head coach Josh Noble said after the game.

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  • Panthers shut out Owen, 4-0

    The Panthers soccer team took care of business in its last district regular season match before the district tournament, defeating Owen County 4-0 Oct. 4.

    Senior Kody Martinez got his first career start for the Panthers. Head coach Kevin States said he was glad he was able to get him in before senior night. “I think it meant a lot to him to get to start a game that mattered. We were glad for that.”

  • Panthers worn down by Pioneers

    The Simon Kenton Pioneers played wide and with their defense up, feeding the ball to their scorers up front. After a solid effort in the first half, the Panthers eventually got worn down in the second, falling 8-1 Oct. 6. The Pioneers outshot the Panthers 35-9, with Panthers keeper Blake Reynolds making 11 saves.

  • Carroll shuts out Bullitt Central on senior day

    Bullitt Central’s boys soccer team had its work cut out for it Saturday, as the team played the entire 80 minutes with 10 players–or less after a couple injury plays–due to missing six players to fall break. This made for an enjoyable day for the Carroll County Panthers, who were celebrating its senior day. The Panthers had six different players score in its 6-0 victory.

  • Girls fall in final home game, 5-1

    Senior Savanna Martinez scored her first goal of the season for Carroll County Saturday against Whitefield Academy. But it was too little too late for the Lady Panthers, as the team was hindered by another slow start. Whitefield won the game, 5-1, Oct. 8.

    Carroll County had 16 shots on goal, a relatively high number for the Lady Panthers, but could only connect on one. Whitefield had 22 shots on goals, with 11 saves by Carroll senior Houston Lindsay.

  • Carroll boys headed to district championship against Gallatin

    Carroll County came out with a determined effort and dominated the first half in the first round of the 31st District boys’ soccer tournament as the Panthers defeated Owen County 8-0.

    Carroll scored first when David Marshall dribbled through several defenders and ended up one-on-one with the Owen keeper and netted his first goal of the night with 34:21 on the clock.

    Carroll applied constant pressure on the Owen defense from the beginning as they had already taken five shots before the Marshall score.

  • Lady Panthers’ season ends with district tourney loss

    The Lady Panthers’ soccer season came to a close Tuesday night, as the No. 4 seed Carroll squad lost 9-0 to No. 1 seed Gallatin in the 31st District Tournament at Owen County.

    The game quickly got out of hand for the Lady Panthers, as they trailed 7-0 at halftime.

    Gallatin’s Kaylee Terrell scored the first goal of the game with just over one minute ticked off the clock at 38:50 left in the first half. She finished the game with a team-high five goals.