High School Sports

  • Carroll blanks Gallatin in All ‘A’ opening round, 15-0

    Three days after making a statement that the Lady Panthers are a team to be reckoned with in the 31st District they added an exclamation point with a 15-0 defeat of district opponent Gallatin County in the first round of the 8th Region All A Classic Monday, April 9.

  • Softball advances to All ‘A’ regional title against Trimble

    Carroll County Lady Panthers scored first and overcame some errors late to hold on to a 3-2 victory over Walton-Verona in the All ‘A’ semifinals Tuesday, April 10. They will take on Trimble County in the championship Wednesday. It will be Carroll’s first appearance in the championship game since 2013. Carroll County has never won the regional championship game. Trimble County appeared in the first All ‘A’ state tournament in 2004, but lost both games.

  • Softball hosts annual tourney

    Carroll County Lady Panthers’ softball hosts the fourth annual Carroll County Classic, sponsored by The News-Democrat this weekend. The two-day tournament will be held Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7, at Carroll County High School.

    “We’re excited about the tournament,” head coach Chelsie Zink said. “We’ve got a few new teams involved. Even though we’re only going to have one game under our belt (Wednesday) we’re prepared and staying positive.”

  • Track team competes in three meets

    Oldham County Kick Off Classic

    Carroll County’s boys and girls track and field teams finished 10th out of 10 teams in their first meet of the season March 16, in the Oldham County Kick Off Classic.

    Lady Panthers junior Tori Crawford finished 29th in the 100-meter dash with a time of 14.84 seconds. Freshman Claire Harris finished 33rd (14.92 seconds), followed by junior Lauren Cox in 36th (14.94 seconds), freshman Lily Young in 47th (15.64 seconds) and junior Amelia Service in 63rd (16.84 seconds).

  • Cancellations due to weather result in slow start to spring sports

    Three, two, one, one and zero. That’s the number of games Carroll County High School’s spring sports teams have been able to play since the season opened March 15. Flooding and torrential rains, snow showers and freezing temperatures–it’s been an unusual spring so far to say the least.

    The Lady Panthers softball team has yet to see live action this season because of the weather.

  • Baseball drops season opener at Lexington Christian

    Lexington Christian notched seven hits and took advantage of nine Carroll errors and six walks to defeat the visiting Panthers 15-1 March 23.

    Starting pitcher Craig Beach was tagged with the loss, throwing two innings and giving up three hits and seven runs. Kam Rivers pitched the third inning, giving up one hit and a walk for four runs. He also logged the Panthers’ only strike out. David Duncan pitched 0.2 innings (three hits, four walks and four runs), and Caleb Stephenson pitched 0.1 innings (walk).

  • Winter sports banquet
  • Carroll spring sports kicks off with home tennis match

    The spring sports season is underway, as the Carroll County tennis teams opened their season with a home match against Grant County March 15, and an away match at Shelby County March 16. While Carroll County lost both matches, head coach Juan Fernandez said he was happy with the progress he is seeing out of his young players.

  • 2018 Parks and Recreation Volleyball Camp

    Carroll County Parks and Recreation hosted a volleyball camp from mid-January through mid-March. The CCHS volleyball team taught the campers a variety of skills, including passing, serving and setting.

  • 2018 Basketball 31st District All-Tournament Team

    Congratulations to Abigail Aulbach, David Duncan, Amelia Napier and Wyatt Supplee for being named to the 31st District All-Tournament Team.