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High School Sports

  • Boys lose 3-0 to Walton-Verona

    The 2012 season got off to a slow start for the Panthers soccer team, as they dropped their season and home opener to conference opponent Walton-Verona, 3-0, Tuesday, Aug. 14.

    Head coach Ben Crutcher said he did not have much choice in scheduling because Carroll was in a holding-pattern due to district realignment. By the time he was ready to schedule, the only available slot was at the beginning of the year.

  • Hall nets hat trick, Panthers soccer rolls over Henry

    After falling behind 1-0 in the opening five minutes, the Panther soccer team rattled off five straight against the visiting Henry County Wildcats (0-2) for their first district and conference win of the season Monday night.

    Head coach Ben Crutcher said he thought his team (2-2) came out a little slow, but was not worried about that first Henry County goal because he attributed it to his team being tired from their doubleheader Saturday.

  • Lady Panthers stumble out the gate to Lady Rockets

    Intimidation may have been a factor in the Carroll County Lady Panthers’ season and home opener against the visiting Shelby County Lady Rockets. Memories of last year’s 9-0 road loss may have echoed in the backs of their minds as they took the field to begin the 2012 campaign.

    The Lady Panthers were down 4-0 at the midway point of the first half and had dug themselves into an 8-0 crater by the half.

  • Cross country preps for 2012 season

    When new student Austin Crank reported to his first day of school at Carroll County Middle School, he did not expect it to also be his last. By the end of the day, the former Madison, Ind. student had been moved up from eighth to ninth grade because the cutoff dates are different — July 1 compared to October 1 — in Indiana and Kentucky.

  • Volleyball defeats Gallatin 3-0 in home/season opener

    After a slightly jittery start, the volleyball Lady Panthers settled down and swept the visiting Gallatin County Lady Wildcats, 3-0, in their season opener, Aug. 9.

    Carroll squeaked out a tight 25-22 win in game one and commanded the serve in game two, winning 25-11. Sophomore Kelly Layton scored five points off the serve, while sophomore Stevie Ogburn added three more. Senior Ashley Gentry scored two points late for Carroll, including an ace.

    In game three, both teams hunkered down for a battle.

  • Panther football back under the lights Friday vs. Pendleton

    Heading into the scrimmage against Fort Knox High School Friday, Aug. 10, football head coach Mike Weedman did not know what kind of team he would be putting out on to the field. Normally, scrimmages are not treated like real games; they are used to evaluate individuals. However, this season, Weedman said he used it to evaluate his team.

  • Panthers scrimmage at fall camp
  • Panthers soccer goes for ‘gold’

    For the Panthers’ soccer team, second place is no longer good enough.

    The Carroll County High School boys have finished second in NCKC the last two years in a row and are determined to hang a banner this season.

    “We didn’t maximize our full potential with our seniors class and junior class,” head coach Ben Crutcher said, whose team ended last season with an 8-11-1 record. “… This year, we expect a lot of good things, especially from our senior class.”

  • Juniors McMahan, Childs lead youthful golf team

    By SARAH BEACH

    The News-Democrat Intern

    The girls golf team has a new coach for the upcoming 2012-13 season.

    Tamara Cady, an English and drama teacher at Carroll County High School, will begin her second year as a teacher this fall, in addition to being the girls golf team’s new coach.

  • CCHS Soccer Veterans Night

    CCHS soccer will host a Veterans Night Aug. 20 during a varsity doubleheader against Henry County. Active duty and retired military in the area will be recognized for their service. The girls will play at 6 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m. The Carroll County High School Honor Guard will present the colors and perform a gun routine. Girls head coach Greg Damron said he also has gotten approval for the National Guard armory to bring tanks to the field if they wish. Carroll players will switch out their normal home uniforms for camouflage t-shirts.