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High School Sports

  • Carroll teams advance handily in NAS/Tourism Classic

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers advanced to the winners’ bracket after a first-round defeat of Villa Madonna in the North American Stainless/Carroll County Tourism Basketball Classic Monday.

    Carroll ran out to a 11-0 advantage early in the contest and never looked back. The Blue Lightning managed to pull within five points twice in the contest but the Lady Panthers managed to thwart all comeback attempts. Carroll County fronted by as many as 20 late in the second half before settling for a 57-42 win.

  • Devine scores 33 in 43-35 Henry win

    It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win over a district opponent.

    The Lady Panthers (3-2) defeated the Lady Wildcats (2-1) 43-35 at home Tuesday night. Junior Hannah Devine, who led all scorers, was responsible for almost all of Carroll’s points, scoring 33.

  • Panthers lose to Henry

    Poor rebounding and turnovers hindered Carroll County’s ability to execute their game plan against visiting district foe Henry County, leading to a 67-44 blowout Tuesday night.

     “I didn’t think we executed things very well, both offensively and defensively,” head coach Carroll Yager said. “I thought they played harder than us. One of our strengths has been rebounding, and they out-rebounded us.”

  • Panthers 2-1, Lady Panthers 2-2 after away game stretch

    Devine scores career high in loss to Southwestern

    The Lady Panthers lost a nail-biter to Indiana rival Southwestern High School, 66-64 on Tuesday Dec. 7. Hannah Devine scored a career-high 37 points in the contest.

    Panthers suffer first loss of season

    Owen County’s defense shut down the Carroll County Panthers, defeating the visitors 77-44 Thursday night. The Panthers’ home game against Henry County Monday night was rescheduled for Tuesday before the girls’ own match-up against the Wildcats. Results were unavailable at press time.

  • Panthers border match with Raiders ends in 56-51 victory

    It was a nail-biting, hard-fought contest that has come to typify border disputes between high school basketball teams in north central Kentucky.

    The Carroll County Panthers and Trimble County Raiders met in Carrollton Thursday to test each other’s mettle in the new, 2010-11 hardwood season. It was Carroll’s home opener after defeating Williamstown on the road earlier in the week. It was the season opener for the Raiders who will play six more road games before their Dec. 17 home opener with Oldham County.

  • Lady Panthers roll, 58-51 over Lady Raiders in opener

    In the battle of the trenches between border rivals Carroll and Trimble counties, the Lady Panthers came out on top, winning 58-51 Friday night in their season-opener.

    “We’re tickled to death to get our first win,” Carroll County head coach Randy Mefford said. “I saw them play last Monday when they just destroyed Gallatin County, and they’re a much improved basketball team.”

  • Soccer awards
  • 2010-11 Lady Panthers hit the hardwood

    Strong leadership and tough-nosed defense will be the keys to success for the Lady Panthers’ basketball team this season. The girls will battle border rival Trimble County in their season and home opener Friday night.

  • Panthers tuning up for basketball season

    The Carroll County Panthers have two scrimmage outings on their calendar during this Thanksgiving holiday week in preparation for the opening of the 2010-11 basketball season next Tuesday.

    Head coach Carroll Yager hopes the scrimmages will help fine-tune his young team for the opening game on the road at Williamstown and the team’s home opener with Trimble County on Thursday, Dec. 2.

  • CCHS cross country finishes season

    In the final meet of the cross country season, the Lady Panthers ran a great race, finishing just outside of the automatic qualifying times for State. Freshman Kelsey Ogden led the team finishing 24th with a time of 24 minutes and 46 seconds. Junior Brittany Arvin came in 26th place, followed by junior Andrea Hardesty in 27th and eighth grader Kirsten Arvin in 28th place.