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High School Sports

  • Corbin advances to State

    Malachi Corbin qualified in the discus event for the Kentucky State Track Meet after a third-place performance May 16, at the 5th Region Class A meet at Danville. The state meet will be held May 22-23, at the University of Kentucky Track and Field Complex inLexington.

    The Carroll County High School track and field boys and girls teams both finished 10th in team scores. Lexington Christian won first place for boys and girls.

  • Carroll wins first round over EHS

    It was an all-around solid performance for the No. 4 seed Carroll County Lady Panthers softball team Monday, as they took care of business in the first round of the 31st District Tournament, defeating No. 5 seed Eminence 7-1, at Owen County. Carroll will take on No. 1 seed Henry County Tuesday.

    Senior Mackenzi Hawkins led the way at the plate, going 3-4, including a triple, and two RBIs.

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  • Road win |May 14, 2015

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers defeated Walton-Verona on the road May 4, winning 9-7 in nine innings.

  • Panthers pick up district victory over Henry County

    Carroll’s Zakk Hicks and Logan McIntyre blasted home runs over the left field fence in the Panthers’ 9-6 win over Henry County May 5. It was Hicks’ fifth of the season and the first career varsity homer for McIntyre.

    The Wildcats (15-9) jumped out to a first-inning lead, as an error on a fly ball to left and an RBI single to left by Bodie Clark scored two runs. However, the Panthers regained the lead in the bottom of the second and did not look back the rest of the way.

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  • Season ends at regionals for CCHS tennis teams

    The season is now over for the Carroll County High School tennis teams. The teams competed in the 8th Region Tournament May 4.

  • 2015 Student-Athlete of the Year nominees

    The two award winners will be selected by the staff of The News-Democrat. Each varsity head coach was asked to nominate at least one member of their team for the award, based on the student’s athletic and academic performance for the school year. Eligible nominees were students in high school playing on a varsity team of any sport. Underclassmen who win the award are not eligible to win again.

  • CCHS football hosts golf scramble

    Carroll County High School football boosters will host a golf scramble May 30, at Cardinal Hills Golf Course. Tee time is 9 a.m. The event will include prizes, a live DJ, silent auction and 50/50 raffle, as well as contests including wear a skirt at the red tee, longest drive and closest to the pin. The cost is $240 for a team of four or $220 if registered by May 16. It also includes a meal. The maximum number of teams to play is 20.

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