High School Sports

  • Noble confident in Lady Panthers soccer team

     After being the assistant coach for two Carroll County High School sports, Josh Noble is ready to take the reins as head coach of the Lady Panthers soccer team.

    “I’m excited for the opportunity to help teach these young girls about soccer and how to play,” he said.

    Noble coached the JV squad last season and has been a CCHS assistant baseball coach for the past two seasons. He also has on-the-field experience, playing on the varsity squad for four years at Scottsburg High School in Indiana.

  • Lady Panthers give good effort but fall in home opener

    The Lady Panthers’ 2016 debut may not have gone as well as first-year head coach Josh Noble would have hoped, but he could not fault his team’s effort. The Lady Panthers lost 9-0 to visiting Villa Madonna Aug. 15.

  • Lady Panthers bring more experience to court this year

    Carroll County volleyball welcomes back a young but more experienced squad for the 2016 season.

    Carroll graduated six seniors from last year’s team, but it was a squad that began the season with only two players with varsity experience. Head coach Lynn Eaglin brings a young team to the court this year, but one that gained varsity experience last year.

  • Burgess takes the reins of the Lady Panthers golf team

    The Carroll County High School girls golf team has grown in numbers this season and has a new coach to lead them in Allison Burgess.

    Veteran junior Ciara Hamilton and second-year player sophomore Kaileigh Burgess will lead this year’s Lady Panthers. Rounding out the team is a trio of eighth-graders who are new to the sport, but eager to learn: Taylor Franklin, Gabriella Hembree and Grace Long. With a group of five, the girls will be able to score as a team this season.

  • Panthers soccer team looks to defend its district title

    The 2016 version of the Carroll County High School boys’ soccer team will have plenty of new faces as CCHS alum and new head coach Kevin States takes over a team that has won four consecutive district titles.

    “We have four returning starters all on the offensive end,” States said. “We have a solid core of four seniors, but with only two juniors with varsity playing time we are really a young team.”

  • Bristow hired to lead the Panthers baseball

    “Coaching high school baseball has been my dream,” new Carroll County High School baseball coach Levi Bristow said at the meet and greet held in his honor Aug. 8.

    “Carroll County baseball has been our most successful program the past four years,” Carroll County athletic director Paul Stone said. “We wanted a good candidate to continue building on the success of Coach Jimmy Ray. Bristow stood out because of his passion and organizational skills.”

  • Sharpening their skills | CCHS soccer camp 2016

    Carroll County High School soccer hosted the first day of its five-week camp July 24. Camp will be held the next four Sundays (through Aug. 21) at the high school. Cost is $5 per session. Camp begins at 2 p.m. and will last until 3 p.m. for U-6 children and until 5 p.m. for up to U-12.

  • Baseball awards

    Carroll County High School recently held its annual awards

    banquet at the high school cafeteria.

    Not pictured: Evan McMahan, Coaches Award, and Tyler Stewart, Most Improved 

  • Ray named to All-State team
  • Lady Panthers volleyball camp