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High School Sports

  • District Playoffs

    Volleyball - No. 1 seed, will play winner of No. 4/5 seed on Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. at Carroll County

    Girls soccer - No. 2 seed vs. No. 3 Henry County on Oct. 8 at 6 p.m. at Owen County

    Boys soccer - No. 1 seed vs. No. 4 Henry County on Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. at Owen County

  • NCKC All-Conference teams

    The following student-athletes were named to the NCKC All-Conference team for their respective sports:


    Girls golf: Hannah McMahan


    Boys golf: Zach Beckham and Levi Stephenson


    Boys soccer: Brandon Stewart, Denis Perez and Josh McCarty. Team MVP: Michael Hall
     

  • Boys soccer wins on senior night

    It was a very physical and tense-at-times match, but the Panthers soccer team outscored the visiting Spencer County Bears 6-2 to win on senior night, Sept. 25.

    “I was very happy for all of our seniors,” head coach Ben Crutcher said. “They all contributed to this win tonight.”

    The Panthers will graduate five seniors who have all played huge roles in the squad’s success this year: Jacob Beach, Jay Damron, Josh McCarty, Chase Osborne and Brandon Stewart.

  • Lady Panthers soccer says ‘goodbye’ to four seniors

    Four pillars on the Lady Panthers soccer team played in their final regular-season home game Saturday night. Seniors Jordan Bailey, Lyndie Burns, Raenah Hawkins and Lidia Jimenez ran out onto Panther Field for possibly the last time. However, if they have it their way, it will not be the last time, as the winner of the 31st District Tournament has the honor of hosting a first-round 8th Region Tournament game.

  • Football wins big at Gallatin

    After two straight losses, the Panther football team rebounded Friday night with a big win over district rival Gallatin County, 57-27, on Sept. 28 in Warsaw.

    The Panthers defense forced the Wildcats to turn the ball over seven times – four interceptions and three fumbles – giving the ball back to its offense, which pounded the ball down Gallatin’s throats. As a team, Carroll rushed 34 times for 458 yards and seven touchdowns, and committed just one turnover – a fumble on a punt.

  • Carroll volleyball wins three-straight, falls to Trimble in championship of tourney

    The Carroll County volleyball team finished in second place to rival Trimble County in the Carroll County River Classic, held Saturday at Carroll County High School and Cartmell Elementary.

    “Overall, I am proud of our girl’s tenacity and drive throughout the tournament,” head coach Kristen Hooper said. “It was a long day. The girls played four matches in a row, and they were physically, mentally and emotionally challenged the entire time. Their ability to struggle through the hard times and celebrate the good showed their character as a team.”

  • Carroll serves up a loss for rival Owen

    It is hard to score if you cannot serve the ball over the net.

    Well the Lady Panthers did not have any trouble with that Tuesday, Sept. 18 as they connected on 89 percent of their serves, helping them defeat the visiting Lady Rebels 3-1.

    “Strong serving, aggressive serving, made the difference tonight,” Carroll head coach Kristen Hooper said. There was an optional serving practice after school before the game; not all of the varsity players came, Hooper said, but you could see the difference in the ones that did.

  • Lady Panthers hang tough against Frankfort

    Despite missing a few varsity starters, the Carroll County girls soccer team held tough with the visiting Frankfort Lady Panthers, losing 1-0 Wednesday, Sept. 19.

    Carroll head coach Greg Damron said both teams were suffering in numbers because of injuries, so they decided to play the varsity game first. Key starters goalie Nicki States, Kirsten Arvin and Jordan Bailey all sat out the game, so Carroll’s JV players filled in the holes.

  • Big plays dominate in Bearcats’ win over Panthers, 27-7

    If football games were only played in three quarters, Carroll would have come out ahead, 7-3, in their Friday night match-up with district rival Walton-Verona. Instead, a disastrous second quarter proved too much to recover from as the Bearcats beat the Panthers 27-7 at Panther field.

  • XC competes at Henry County

    All of the junior varsity runners finished in the top 10 Tuesday, Sept. 18 as the Panther running team competed in an NCKC meet at Henry County.

    The JV Panthers ran a one-mile course. Fifth grader Clara Tuttle finished in 4th place in the girls race with a time of 8:45.75, while sophomore Kristen Doan finished in 8th place with a time of 11:16.68.