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High School Sports

  • Cross Country Meeting | July 17, 2013

    Carroll County High School cross country meeting is at 6 p.m., July 22, in the high school gym. The meeting is open to both parents and student-athletes. The new head coach will be introduced at the meeting.

    The first practice will be held from 8-9:30 a.m. July 23 at General Butler State Park. Student-athletes must bring a copy of their current physicals. Practice also will be held at the same time and place July 25.

  • Preseason Prep

     

  • High school tennis courts now under construction

    If you have driven down Hwy. 227 past the Carroll County High School in the past week, you may have noticed something is missing.

    Construction began last week on the installation of the new tennis courts at the high school, meaning the old ones had to be removed. Tennis Technology Inc. of Louisville won the bid for the project at a cost of $103,222. The bid included three new courts, net posts and a vinyl coated fence with two gates. The company also will fix the drainage issues by installing a perimeter drainage system.

  • Lady Panthers volleyball camp
  • 2013 Baseball Banquet

    Varsity letter for first year of varsity: Boo Donahue, Justin Ray, Alex Burns, Brandon Stewart and A.J. Dixon    

    Senior Plaques: Dillon Craig, Trey Boles, Derrick Nickell, Brad Robbins, Chase Osborne and Zach Beckham

    Team Captains: Dillon Craig and Trey Boles

    Coaches Award: Alex Burns, Will Wallace, Austin Dunn and Zach Beckham

    Rookie of the year: Justin Ray

    Cy Young for top pitcher:  Zakk Hicks

    Gold Glove: Brandon Stewart

    Highest batting average:  Justin Ray

  • Panther basketball camp
  • Track and Field awards
  • Henry hands Carroll district loss

    The Henry County Lady Cats stole the momentum in the top of the first off two Carroll County errors and never looked back, defeating the Lady Panthers 6-3 in the 31st District Tournament semifinals Tuesday, May 21. Henry met Gallatin in the District Championship, and the Lady Wildcats came out victorious, 8-3.

    The Lady Panthers committed six errors and struggled to string together hits on offense. Two of their three runs came on solo homerun blasts by Mackenzie Ogden and Kayla Williamson.

  • Panthers demolish Demons on senior night

    The Panthers baseball team capped off the regular season with a landslide victory over the visiting Williamstown Demons, 19-7, on Wednesday, May 15. It was the perfect way to say goodbye to the team’s eight seniors: Zach Beckham, Trey Boles, Dillon Craig, A.J. Dixon, Derrick Nickell, Chase Osborne, Brad Robbins and Brandon Stewart.

  • Baseball season ends with district loss to Gallatin

     On any given night, any team can beat any other team. Unfortunately, Monday was Gallatin’s night.

    After defeating the Wildcats twice this season by large margins – 11-5 at home April 5 and 12-1 at Gallatin April 18 – the Panthers may have overlooked their opponent and took for granted that they would be sitting in the championship game.