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High School Sports

  • Top-ranked ladies struggle, lose in districts

    The young Lady Panthers struggled on the big stage, committing six errors and losing 8-2 to Owen County in the second round of the 31st District tournament Tuesday, May 22 at Gallatin County High School.

    “The game speaks for itself,” head coach Dennis Hawkins said. “They outsmarted us, outplayed us, outhit us, out defensed us, out pitched us — whatever else you can come up with, they out did it.”

  • Panthers fall short in 7th, lose to Rebels

    The Carroll County Panthers were just three outs away. Three outs away from defeating Owen County for the first time this season and punching their ticket to both the 31st District Championship and the 8th Region Tournament. But ultimately, it just wasn’t meant to be.

    Down two runs in the bottom of the seventh in the second round of the district tournament, the Rebels took advantage of timely hitting and fielding errors by the Panthers, winning 8-7 on Tuesday, May 22.

  • Jack places 4th at state in high jump
  • Four CCHS students sign to play college athletics
  • Baseball Panthers defeat Eminence in district tourney

    The Panthers played virtually flawless in their opening round district game against Eminence Monday at Gallatin County High School. With the win, Carroll played Owen County in the second round Tuesday night. Results were unavailable by press time. The winner will advance to the district championship Wednesday at 6 p.m., as well as punch their ticket to the regional tournament.

  • Softball briefs | May 23, 2012

    Carroll beats Shelby

    The Lady Panthers scored one run in the third – off an RBI single by Kelsey Ogden – and two in the sixth – from four errors – to leave Shelby County with a 3-1 win May 10.

    Sarah Hawkins pitched an entire game, striking out five batters and walking just one. Mackenzi Hawkins collected two singles, while Mackenzie Ogden and Kayley Perry also singled.

    Perry pitches no-hitter on senior night

  • Baseball briefs | May 23, 2012

    Trimble beats Carroll 9-4 in NCKC

    Carroll could not pull out the hat trick against Trimble this season, falling 9-4 in the NCKC tournament May 10.

    Raider Jordan Tingle pitched a fantastic game, whiffing 11 Carroll batters. Carroll head coach Josh Mefford said Tingle hit his spots and had his curve ball working well. “It was very deceptive for us.”

    Down 1-0, Trimble scored six runs in the bottom of the third, capped by a grand slam by Dylan Staples.

  • 2012 Student-Athlete of the Year award: Quincy Hogan

    Some may call it a “good walk spoiled.” But to Quincy Hogan, golf is a sport that takes both mental and physical ability, one that is challenging but can also be a way to interact with people from across the state. 

    For as long as she can remember, Hogan has played golf and had an interest in animals. Soon she will be able to pursue both of her loves at the collegiate level as she moves on to Cumberland University with a spot on the women’s golf team and an academic track to being a veterinarian.

  • 2012 Student-Athlete of the Year award: Sergio Pascual

    When Carroll County High School senior Sergio Pascual went down with a fractured tibia against Walton-Verona toward the end of soccer season, doctors told him he would not be able to play tennis this spring; there was no way the leg would be strong enough.

    But Pascual proved everyone wrong.

    He dedicated himself to rehabbing his leg and was back on the court at the start of the season. He was undefeated and dropped just one set the entire regular season.

  • CCHS hosts youth basketball camps

    Boys camp June 4-7 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

    Carroll County Panthers basketball camp will be held June 4-7 at Carroll County High School from 9 a.m.-noon. The camp is for boys entering grades 1-8. Registration is $35 for pre-registration and $40 the first day of camp.