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High School Sports

  • Cheerleaders | Feb. 8, 2012
  • Panthers pound Warriors 71-34 at home Monday

    It was an unforgettable night for Carroll County’s Patrick Booth. The junior forward came off the bench and scored a career-high 19 points for the Panthers against the visiting Eminence Warriors (7-19) (1-11, 0-7). He was 8-10 from the field, including a buzzer beating three-pointer before halftime, and was 2-2 from the foul line.

    As a team, Carroll (11-11) (5-9, 2-8) played a near-perfect 32 minutes of basketball, rolling 71-34.

  • Lady Panthers win big on the road, 64-10

    The Lady Panthers routed the Lady Warriors on their home floor, 64-10, Saturday. Makena Kindoll led Carroll with 19 points, while Kayla Williamson and Kelsey Ogden also hit double-figures with 11 points each.

    The Lady Panthers (6-15) (4-10, 3-5) forced 49 turnovers and committed just 18 of their own. They shot just 32 percent from the field, but took more than five times as many shots as the Lady Warriors (6-15) (0-8, 0-7). Carroll was 25-78, while Eminence was just 2-15 for the game.

     

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  • Panthers defeat Warriors 47-43

    The Panthers committed 30 fouls, but still managed to pull out their first district win of the season on the road against Eminence, 47-43, Saturday.

    Dallas Gibson and Trey Boles led the way for Carroll County (8-10) (2-8, 1-7), scoring 18 and 14 points, respectively. The Warriors’ (6-18) (1-10, 0-6) Brandon Mitchell was the game’s leading scorer with 24 points.

  • Ladies drop close game to Spencer

    Spencer County’s inside post play and ability to get to the free throw line earned them the W in a tight game against the Carroll County Lady Panthers Tuesday, Jan. 24.

    Lady Bears’ sophomore MacKenzie Myers scored 17 points and hit 9-14 free throws. The Lady Panthers guard/forward-hybrids did their best to battle with her on the inside, but Myers was just too strong to handle.

  • Ladies drop close game to Spencer

    Spencer County’s inside post play and ability to get to the free throw line earned them the W in a tight game against the Carroll County Lady Panthers Tuesday, Jan. 24.

    Lady Bears’ sophomore MacKenzie Myers scored 17 points and hit 9-14 free throws. The Lady Panthers guard/forward-hybrids did their best to battle with her on the inside, but Myers was just too strong to handle.

  • Soccer realignment official, will go into effect next season

    Beginning with the 2012 season, regional alignments for boys’ and girls’ soccer will resemble those of the other sanctioned team sports in a measure approved at the meeting of the KHSAA Board of Control Jan. 25.

    For Carroll County, this means a more level playing field for district play.

    Carroll is now a part of the new Region 8 District 31 with Gallatin County, Henry County and Owen County. Previously, the Panthers were in District 16 with Martha Layne Collins, North Oldham, Oldham County, Shelby County, South Oldham and Spencer County.

  • Carroll drops close game to Williamstown

    The Lady Panthers (5-14) fought hard, but came up short at home against Williamstown (3-10) Saturday, 36-30. “Our kids really, really played hard that day, but we weren’t quite as sharp as I’d have thought we’d be,” head coach Randy Mefford said. He said both teams are comparable and have had their share of struggles this season, but he was hoping they would have come out on top.

  • Panthers briefs | Jan. 25, 2012

    Carroll falls to Owen in 8th Region All-A Classic

    The Panthers lost to the Rebels in the  8th Region All-A Classic on Jan. 20. Owen County went on to win the championship with a 65-58 victory over Walton-Verona to improve to a record of 14-7.

    Panthers fall at home, 63-57, to KCD Monday

    Carroll County lost at home Monday to Louisville’s Kentucky Country Day, 63-57.

  • Slow and steady wins the race: Carroll defeats Trimble in OT

    Carroll head coach Randy Mefford summed it up best: “It just goes to show you, anything can happen in a rivalry game.”

    The Lady Panthers (5-13) bounced back from a 10-point first quarter deficit to defeat the visiting Lady Raiders 36-34 in overtime.

    Trimble (6-9) had the opportunity to end the game in regulation when referees called a foul with .2 seconds remaining, sending sophomore Paige Black to the free throw line for a pair. Down one, Black missed the first and sank the second, extending the game another four minutes knotted at 34.