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High School Sports

  • Volleyball loses to Owen
  • Cross Country | Sept. 18, 2014

    Dermon, Cruz lead cross country at Grant

    Carroll County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Grant County Invitational Sept. 6. Haley Dermon led the way with a 48th-place finish. Last year as a freshman she finished 78th, so that is a great improvement, head coach Brian Crank said. 

    Guillermo Cruz led the boys with a 75th-place finish. The boys’ overall score was 180 points, which was better than last year’s score, Crank said. 

  • Volleyball wins at Henry, 3-1

    Carroll County volleyball traveled to Henry County Sept. 11, and defeated the Lady Wildcats 3-1 in a 31st district matchup. The Lady Panthers lost the first game, 22-25, then won the next three games 25-22, 25-21, and 25-9.

  • Owen beats Carroll, 5-0

    The Lady Rebels soccer team used their physical style of play to their advantage against the Lady Panthers Thursday, Sept. 11, winning 5-0.

    Despite the loss, head coach Greg Damron was positive about Carroll County’s determination to not let it happen again.  

  • Lady Panthers runners-up in All ‘A’

    Carroll County finished as the runner-up at the 8th Region All “A” volleyball tournament Sept. 13.

    The Lady Panthers fell to Walton-Verona in the championship game 2-0 (20-25,9-25). Carroll defeated Gallatin County 2-1 (25-17, 23-25, 25-17) and host Trimble County 2-1 (25-16, 20-25, 27-25) to advance to the championship game.

  • Reserves get valuable playing time in Carroll’s win

    The Panthers soccer team dominated the visiting Owen County Rebels Thursday, Sept. 11, possessing the ball in Rebels’ territory the majority of the game and winning, 5-1. Because of the first-string’s efforts, the reserve players played valuable minutes for the Panthers in the second half. 

    “Overall everybody from top to bottom played well tonight,” head coach Ben Crutcher said. “

    Crutcher said this year’s team is more laid back than in previous years and they like to have fun.

  • Red zone offense hurts Panthers, lose 42-7 to KCD

    The Carroll County Panthers had 111 more total yards of offense than the visiting Kentucky Country Day Bearcats – 431 to 320 – but were 0-4 in red zone offense, leading to a 42-7 loss on Homecoming Night, Friday, Sept. 12.

  • Cross Country News | Sept. 18, 2014

    Dermon, Cruz lead cross country at Grant

    Carroll County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Grant County Invitational Sept. 6. Haley Dermon led the way with a 48th-place finish. Last year as a freshman she finished 78th, so that is a great improvement, head coach Brian Crank said. 

  • Carroll County Golf News | Sept. 18, 2014

    Girls fall at Trimble

    Carroll County traveled to Trimble County Sept. 8, but were unable to return with a win, losing 178-214.

    Jadyn Bailey led the Lady Panthers with a 49. Natalie Bennett shot a 52, followed closely by Ciara Hamilton with a 54. Taylor Napier shot a 59, while Amelia Napier shot a 60.

    Boys golf undefeated

  • Carroll County Volleyball falls to Owen

    Carroll County High School volleyball fell 3-1 to Owen County Sept. 11, at home. After winning game one 25-19, the Lady Panthers dropped the next three straight –25-19, 25-18, 25-14. Freshman Abby Hotfil (pictured above) stepped in for the injured senior Kelly Layton. Hotfil finished the night with four kills and an ace.