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High School Sports

  • Moving on to the next level
  • Track third at HC meet

    Ashley Srouder threw over 30 feet in shot put for the first time in her career at the Henry County meet April 30. Stevie Ogburn also had a record night, setting a new school record in triple jump with a jump of 29 feet 1 inch.

    Cody Osborne and Michael Burns took first place in the 300-meter hurdles and 400-meter dash, respectively, both new person bests.

    Both Carroll County squads finished in third place out of four teams. They competed against Henry County, Eminence and Shelby County.

  • Hicks hits grand slam in loss

    The toil of a long baseball season may be catching up with the Panthers. Sore arms and minor injuries impacted their Thursday, May 2 match up with Grant County, which the team ultimately lost 11-8. But head coach Jimmy Ray said he is not worried and was pleased with his team’s heart.

    “We hung in there,” he said. “We were down 9-2 at one time and battled back.”

    After giving up a home run in the top of the fourth, the Panthers answered in a big way.

  • Panthers beat Wildcats to take No. 1 seed in tourney

    Two productive innings on offense and solid defense throughout were the keys to Carroll County baseball’s 7-2 district win over Henry County Tuesday, April 30.

    With the victory, the Panthers and the Wildcats split contests. If Carroll beats Owen in their rain continuation game Friday, the Panthers will clinch the No. 1 seed because the tie breaker is decided by run differential, head coach Jimmy Ray said. Henry beat Carroll by one run, 11-10,  April 9. But Carroll won by five runs.

  • Lady Panther tennis wins NCKC

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers clinched the girls team championship in the NCKC tournament, scoring 10 points. The boys tennis team finished in second place behind Trimble County with four points.

    Behind the Lady Panthers was Walton-Verona with eight points, Trimble County with five points, Gallatin County with one point and Williamstown with zero points.

    For the boys, Walton-Verona finished in third place with three points and Gallatin County finished in fourth place with one point.

  • Softball Beat | May 8, 2013

    Girls rebound with win over Conner

    After a tough loss to Gallatin County in the NCKC the night before, the Lady Panthers bounced back with a 3-1 win at Conner.

    Starting pitcher Sarah Hawkins, who took a line drive to the thigh against the Wildcats, threw a complete game, giving up just one run on six hits. She walked one batter and struck out two.

    The Lady Panthers scored first, as Mackenzie Ogden led off the game with a double to center field. With two outs, Mackenzi Hawkins hit an RBI double to center field to put the girls up, 1-0.

  • Sports Briefs | May 8, 2013

    CCHS sports physicals May 14 at high school

    Carroll County High School will hold sports physicals for all returning athletes from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. May 14 at the high school. The cost is $5.  Students must pick up a packet in the office in advance and fill it out before attending the physical and return it to Richelle Wheeler in the office.

    Basketball camps to be held June 3-6

    Carroll County High school boys and girls basketball camps will be held June 3-6.

  • CCHS baseball team thanks National Guard
  • Baseball Beat | May 8, 2013

    Panthers fall 6-1 to Conner

    Carroll scored first, but gave up four runs in the top of the fourth en route to a 6-1 loss to Conner Friday at home.

    In the bottom of the first, Dillon Craig reached on an error, and Zakk Hicks brought him home on a double to center field. The Panthers had the bases loaded in both the second and third innings, but did not score, a key to the game, head coach Jimmy Ray said.

  • Tennis Beat | May 1, 2013

    Boys tennis tops Titans

    The Panthers dominated Monday, April 22, in a 4-1 win over Martha Layne Collins High School.

    In No. 1 singles, Joe Gemmer won, 6-3, 6-1. In No. 2 singles, Dakota Corbin won, 6-1, 2-6, 10-5. In No. 3 singles, Zeke Kates lost overall, 1-6, 7-6, 5-10. In an e-mail, head coach Juan Fernandez said it was a very close match, which Kates lost in a super tie breaker after coming back in the second set.