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High School Sports

  • CCHS Cheerleaders at Nationals
  • Raiders competitive, but Panther offense too hot to handle

    Trimble County struck first and ran the ball successfully against the Carroll County defense. But ultimately, it was seniors Carson Butcher and Trent Downs who carried the Panthers to victory Friday night at home.

    Butcher scored four touchdowns on the ground, while Downs threw for two more to give Carroll a 41-26 win over their district and border rival. With the win, the Panthers clinched a district playoff berth.

  • Arvins qualify for All-Conference

    Lady Panther runners senior Brittany Arvin and freshman Kirsten Arvin qualified for All-Conference honors at the meet Tuesday Oct. 11.

    The cross country team will not compete again until the Regional Meet on Nov. 5 in Lexington.

    Kirsten Arvin
    finished the 5K run with a time of 23:59:67, followed by her sister, Brittany, with a time of 24:44:16. Also competing for the Lady Panthers were seventh grader Haley Dermon, 25:29:32, and senior Nikki Hill, 27:43:69.

  • Football Reunion

    The Carroll County High School football team is hosting a reunion Oct. 28 starting at 6 p.m. at Panther Field.

    Come out for food, fun and fellowship with former teammates and coaches. Free food and t-shirts for those in attendance.

    Special prizes for the alumni that has traveled the furthest and for the oldest alumni present.

    Come and share your memories and your Panther Pride as YOUR Carroll County Panthers take on the Dayton Green Devils on Senior Night.

  • Rebels roll against Panthers

    It was arguably the biggest game of the season for the Carroll County Panthers. A district road test against undefeated Owen County for a shot at the 2A District 5 title.

    Down just 13-0 at halftime, the Panthers were unable to make the most of their opportunities, losing 33-7.

    “We missed several opportunities early to take the lead early in the game, and we couldn’t capitalize on those opportunities,” head coach Mike Weedman said.

  • Hogan shoots 91 at state

    Senior Quincy Hogan competed in the KHSAA Girls State Golf Tournament Friday, Oct. 7 in Bowling  Green. She shot a 91, 19 over par, and did not make the cut to advance.

    Carroll County head coach Jay Jones said Hogan “scrambled like crazy on a very tough course with the fastest greens we have ever played.”

    While she is normally very solid off of the tee, Hogan struggled at times keeping her shot straight, Jones said.

  • Seven soccer seniors play final game for black and gold

    Friday was an emotional night at Panther Field for the Carroll County boys’ soccer team. The Panthers bid farewell to their seven seniors—Devin Gray, Erick Lewis, Junior Martinez, Kaleb Nab, Sergio Pascual, Kevin States, Ian White—who would be representing the black and gold for the last time.

    Carroll struck first, but not often enough to pull out a victory, falling 5-3 to the Covington Latin Trojans (7-10).

  • Tie gives Carroll 3rd place in conference

    The Panthers’ soccer team had carried their fate in their hands coming into Tuesday’s match-up against Walton-Verona. Win and they would take the conference title. Lose and they would have to wait until next year to raise the banner.

    Unfortunately for Carroll County (7-10-1), it just wasn’t meant to be as they tied the Bearcats (8-5-3) 1-1 at Panther Field. With the tie, the Panthers finished in third place and Gallatin came out on top for the second straight year.

  • Carroll falls 2-0 to Trimble in districts

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers battled valiantly in the second game of their 31st District Tournament matchup with Trimble County in South Oldham Monday but succumbed in two games (25-13, 25-22) to conclude the 2011 volleyball season.

    Trimble won the first game handily but struggled to put fifth seed Carroll County away.

    “That’s been our downfall all season,” Trimble coach Ruth Staples said. “We win the first game big and then we relax, and we relaxed too much tonight. I’m glad we didn’t have to go to three games.”

  • Panthers’ defense dominates

    The week was filled with activities, from a powder puff game to a parade through town, celebrating homecoming week. But when it came time  for the big game, the Panthers football team was all business, shutting out district rival Gallatin County, 44-0.