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High School Sports

  • Carroll falls to Ludlow

    Carroll County head girls’ basketball coach Paul Stone drew up a play that almost worked to tie up the game at the buzzer Saturday, as the Lady Panthers dropped a 37-35 decision to the visiting Ludlow Lady Panthers.

    Carroll County had to go the length of the floor with 2.6 seconds left in the game. Haley Dermon threw the ball in to Abigail Aulbach at mid-court, who passed the ball to Miranda Groseclose. Groseclose took a dribble and the horn went off before she could get a shot off.

  • Homecoming Court

    Carroll County High School’s winter homecoming will be held Friday, Jan. 8. The ceremony will be held between the JV and varsity boys basketball game at about 7:30 p.m. The Panthers take on Gallatin County.

  • Panthers defeat Raiders, 51-32, in NAS tournament

    Carroll County rebounded after a tight game with Shawe Memorial the night before to defeat the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, 51-32, in the second round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic Dec. 22.

    After leading by seven at halftime, the Panthers’ defense held the Raiders to just 12 second-half points and forced 18 turnovers on the night.

  • Spartans slay Panthers, 71-55; Stewart named to All-Tourney Team

    The Sayre Spartans jumped out to an early lead on the Carroll County Panthers and never looked back, winning 71-55 in the North American Stainless Basketball Classic Dec. 23. Sayre’s Jake Duby lit up the net, going 15-20 from the field and 14-18 from the foul line for 46 points.

  • Lady Panthers 0-3 at Owensboro tourney

    Carroll County Lady Panthers travelled to Owensboro, Ky., for the Owensboro Invitational tournament.

    Carroll played the Lady Falcons of Monroe County in its first game Dec. 21, coming up on the wrong end of the score, 72-36.

    Miranda Groseclose led the Lady Panthers with 19 points and seven rebounds and Abigail Aulbach added nine points. Haley Dermon, Natalie Bennett, Hannah McCarty and Abby Evans each added two points.

  • Spartans slay Panthers, 71-55; Stewart named to All-Tourney Team

    The Sayre Spartans jumped out to an early lead on the Carroll County Panthers and never looked back, winning 71-55 in the North American Stainless Basketball Classic Dec. 23. Sayre’s Jake Duby lit up the net, going 15-20 from the field and 14-18 from the foul line for 46 points.

  • Panthers at play
  • Carroll County High School basketball | Dec. 24, 2015
  • Panthers’ comeback against Hilltoppers falls short

    Despite a miraculous fourth-quarter comeback after being down by as much as 13 points, the Carroll County Panthers (3-4) could not pull out the victory, losing 63-61, to Shawe Memorial (2-5) Dec. 21, in the opening round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic. The Panthers played Cincinnati School of Performing Arts in the consolation round Dec. 22, and would play again Dec. 23. Results were unavailable by press time.

  • Lady Panthers show fight in comeback win over Owen

    The Lady Panthers persevered in its matchup against Owen County Friday, earning their first win–an important district win–of the season. Carroll County led at halftime, but was outscored in the third quarter, forcing them to dig deep for the victory. They outscored the Lady Rebels 15-7 in the fourth to hold on to win, 51-47.