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High School Sports

  • Panthers go 1-3, but improve as tourney goes on

    Despite going 0-2 on night three of the North American Stainless Tournament, Carroll County head coach Brian Crank was excited with his team’s effort and performance.

  • Lady Panther basketball played in Shelby Co. holiday tournament

    Carroll County Lady Panthers traveled to Shelbyville, Ky. to play in the Lady Rockets Legends Holiday Tournament Dec. 20-22. Carroll won one game and lost three, placing seventh in the tournament.

    The Lady Panthers lost a close game to Grayson County, 63-56. Abby Evans led the team in scoring with 22 points. Abigail Aulbach and Andrea Searcy each added 10 points. Hannah McCarty scored nine points. Aulbach and Amelia Napier each had eight rebounds.

  • Lady Panthers start season 6-2

    Carroll beats Henry

    Carroll County Lady Panthers picked up a big district win on the road Dec. 12, defeating Henry County 57-39.

    Abigail Aulbach posted a double-double, scoring 14 points and grabbing 15 rebounds. Amelia Napier also hit double figures with 13 points and seven rebounds. Jenna Wilson scored nine points and pulled in six rebounds, while Andrea Searcy scored eight points, Hannah McCarty scored five points, and Abby Evans and Katie Osborne each scored four points.

    Gallatin beats Carroll

  • Panthers off to slow start, 2-5

    Henry outscores Carroll in fourth to win

    Henry County Wildcats outscored the Carroll County Panthers 27-12 in the fourth quarter to win the game 65-58, Dec. 12, at home.

    The Panthers trailed by just three at halftime, 29-26, and outscored the Wildcats 20-9 in the third quarter to take a 46-38 lead heading into the final frame.

    The two teams shot similar percentages from the field, as Henry hit 45 percent and Carroll hit 43 percent. However, Henry outrebounded Carroll 29-18.

  • CCHS accepting nominations for athletics Wall of Fame

    Carroll County High School is accepting nominations for its Wall of Fame, a recognition given to the school’s outstanding student-athletes. Nominations must be given in person at the CCHS Site Based Decision Making Council meeting at 3 p.m. Jan. 9, or emailed to Athletic Director Paul Stone by Jan. 2. Stone’s email is paul.stone@carroll.kyschools.us.

  • Lady Panthers hold off Lady Rebels, 49-42

    Carroll County Lady Panthers have made Carrollton a tough place for the Owen County Lady Rebels to play the last couple of years as Carroll County posted a 49-42 win Dec. 8.

    Both teams played deliberate styles as Carroll settled into a two-three zone in the first half. Owen County had a possession that took almost three minutes off the clock in the first half.

  • Carroll falls to Oldham

    Carroll County Lady Panthers lost their first game of the season, 69-35, when they ran into a tough Oldham County team Dec. 9. The teams squared off in the Ronald McDonald Classic at Oldham County. Carroll County head coach Ron Henderson was an assistant coach at Oldham County before coaching at Carroll.

  • Carroll picks up district win over Owen

    It wasn’t always pretty, but, in the end, it was a win over a 31st District rival, as the Carroll County Panthers defeated the visiting Owen County Rebels 53-40 Dec. 8.

    Head coach Brian Crank expressed his disappointment during his post-game interview on his team’s lack of execution, particularly to start the game. “Overall execution wasn’t there; it wasn’t very crisp,” he said. “It wasn’t there for whatever reason, but it was a win. Last year if we had played that bad, we would have got beat.”

  • Lady Panthers win season opener in overtime, 61-55

    Carroll County girls’ basketball head coach Ron Henderson picked up his first victory as a head coach as Carroll County opened the season with a 61-55 overtime victory over Western Hills, Nov. 29.

    “It was pretty stressful,” Henderson said of this first victory as varsity head coach. “It seemed like Western Hills would be ready to put us away and we would answer back. We seemed to get the big rebounds especially in the second half.”

  • Panthers unable to close out the win over Lloyd in opener

    Second chance points off of offensive rebounds was the story of the game, as the Carroll County Panthers dropped their season opener to Lloyd Memorial, 58-49, Nov. 28. Carroll County led by eight points with almost five minutes left in the third quarter, but were outscored 34-15 the rest of the way.