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High School Sports

  • CCHS senior football players and trainer
  • Leaving a legacy

    Last season when then-junior Michael Hall set the Carroll County High School scoring record with 21 goals, head coach Ben Crutcher thought soccer could not be beat.

    But Hall proved it could be. By a lot.

    In his senior season, Hall scored 36 goals and dished out 13 assists – tying Brandon Stewart’s school record set last season – and helped his team win back-to-back 31st District championships. He will hang up his black-and-gold Panthers jersey as the all-time scoring leader with 70 career goals.

  • Panthers win third straight heading into playoffs

    A high-powered offense and a smothering defense both came to play Friday night for Carroll County on senior night, as the Panthers defeated the Dayton Greendevils, 42-8. The first-stringers had a shutout going until the Greendevils scored on the back-ups with 5:54 remaining.

  • Player of the Game | Owen County
  • JV football ends season 6-1

    The Carroll County High School JV football team posted a 6-1 record this season, bouncing back from 1-5 last year.

    “It was a great group of kids to be around and a true joy to watch all the kids who took their lumps last season come back this year and refuse to let that happen again,” head coach Brian Dorshefski said. “Guys like Caleb McCarty, Cam Rose, Isaiah Hogan, Ramsay Gordon, the list goes on, they all took pride in what they did, worked to get better and it paid off for them.” 

  • Athletes Honored

    Volleyball players Emily Baker, Jessica Foster and Stevie Ogburn were named to the 31st District All-Tournament Team. Sabrina Young was named to the 8th Region All-Tournament Team. Kelly Layton and Brittany Yocum were named to the NCKC All-Tournament Team. 

    Boys soccer players Guillermo Cruz, Michael Hall, Mark Ogburn and Denis Perez were named to the 31st District All-Tournament Team.

    Girls soccer players Teresa Garrett and Alex Skirvin were named to the 31st District All-Tournament Team.

  • Carroll sluggish in districts, fall in three to Eminence

    The Lady Panthers held tight early on, but the Lady Warriors proved too much to handle, winning 3-0 in the 31st District Championship Thursday, Oct. 24, on their home floor.

    Both teams will compete in the 8th Region Tournament, beginning Monday. Carroll (13-14) takes on Simon Kenton (27-8) Monday, while Eminence (21-2) hosts Walton-Verona (20-17) Tuesday.

    Seniors Jessica Foster and Emily Baker and junior Stevie Ogburn were named to the 31st District All-Tournament team.

  • Volleyball season ends in regionals

    For the second straight season, the Lady Panthers were ousted from the first round of the 8th Region Tournament, losing 3-0 to tournament host Simon Kenton on Monday, Oct. 28. The Lady Pioneers pummeled the Lady Panthers – who were without starters senior Michaela Culver and junior Karly Prosser – by scores of 25-7, 25-10, 25-5.

    Simon Kenton will play North Oldham – who defeated Martha Layne Collins – Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. at Simon Kenton High School. Junior Sabrina Young was named to the 8th Region All-Tournament team.

  • Panthers pounce on Raiders, shut out visitors 42-0 Friday

    The Carroll County Panthers took care of business Friday night, defeating rival Trimble County, 42-0. The Panthers scored all 42 points in the first half, so a running clock shortened the second half, making it even harder for the Raiders to mount a comeback.

    The Panthers’ entire offense was their ground game, rushing 41 times for 384 yards while attempting zero passes. In comparison, the Raiders rushed 22 times for 20 yards and threw the ball once for three yards.

  • Lady Panthers come from behind to win, 3-2, over Shawe Thursday

    The Lady Panthers volleyball team rallied from two games down to defeat Shawe, 3-2, on senior night, Oct. 17.

    “We didn’t give up,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said. “That’s been something I’ve preached to them all year long. I don’t know if emotions got to them, because it’s senior night, in those first two games, but for sure people who came to the game got their money’s worth.”