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High School Sports

  • XC practice begins Mon

    Cross Country practice starts Monday, July 30 at 9 a.m. at General Butler State Resort Park. Meet at the war memorial.
    Students must have a current physical on file to start practice. Cross Country is open to students in 3rd-12th grade.
    Contact head coach Joe Creager at joseph.creager@carroll.kyschools.us.

  • Future Lady Panthers build skills at volleyball camp
  • CCHS Basketball Camp 2012
  • Track athletes awarded

    The Carroll County High School track and field team recently held their annual end-of-the-season banquet. The following student-athletes received awards:

     

    •Male MVP - Dylan Jack

    •Female MVP - Andie Hardesty

    •Male Panther Pride - Devin Gray

    •Female Panther Pride - Jenna Richmond

    •Male Most Improved - Malachi Corbin

    •Female Most Improved - Sierra Martinez

    •School Record Breaker - Jenna Richmond, 800 Meter Run

     

  • Frisbee fun
  • Youth volleyball camp June 13-15

     The Carroll County High School volleyball team will be sponsoring a youth volleyball camp June 13-15 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the high school gym. Incoming fourth graders and up are welcome to attend.

    The cost is $50 for all three days if campers pre-register by June 10. Otherwise, the cost is $60 for all three days at the door or $20 per day. Please specify which day on the form. Registration forms may be picked up at Cartmell Elementary, Carroll County Middle School or Carroll County High School.

  • McCarty, Corbin make Team USA to play basketball in Costa Rica

     Two Carroll County High School basketball teammates will soon be testing their skills on the international level. Sophomore Caleb McCarty and junior Dakota Corbin have been selected as members of the Sportek Events 2012 Team USA basketball team and will be traveling to Costa Rica in July.

    “I’m pretty excited, blessed to do this,” McCarty said.

    The boys said they received letters in the mail from Sportek, inviting them to the summer basketball experience.

  • 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