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High School Sports

  • Curry named NCKC co-player of the week

    Carroll County’s Kyndal Curry and Trimble County’s Raegan Black and Chloe Griffith were named the NCKC players of the week.

     Kyndal scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in two games last week and has guarded the other teams’ best player all season long.

    Raegan averaged 20 points, seven rebounds, and two-and-a-half blocks in three wins.

    Chloe averaged 12 points and six rebounds in three wins.  She shot 73 percent from the field.

  • 31st District pairings set

    Pairings for the 2011 31st District Basketball Tournament have been announced by Carroll County High School Athletic Director Randy Mefford. The District games for both boys and girls will be played at the spacious Henry County High School gymnasium in New Castle.

  • Lady Panthers stumble in rivalry outing

    A layup by Paige Black early in the fourth quarter sparked a shift in momentum that drove the Trimble County Lady Raiders to a 47-42 triumph over visiting Carroll County last Wednesday.

    Carroll took control of the game early, fronting 13-8 at the first quarter stop and leading by nine, 26-17 at halftime. Trimble cut the margin to five by outpointing the Lady Panthers 14-10 in the third stanza and trailed 36-31 going into the final eight minutes of play. That’s when Black’s layup rattled the Lady Panthers and invigorated her teammates.

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  • Panthers lose heartbreaker in 2 OTs

    Fans were on the edge of their seats Friday night until the final buzzer sounded. Unfortunately for the home crowd, turnovers and lack of execution down the stretch by the Panthers sealed the win for the visiting Demons of Williamstown, 51-48 in double overtime.

  • Butcher’s free throws chop W-town

    It was a nail biter. In the end the tension-packed Carroll County fan base erupted in frenzied joy as the Lady Panthers battled from behind to defeat Williamstown with a blink of an eyelash left on the clock.

  • Sports briefs - Feb. 16, 2011

    Hannah Devine named All-8th Region

    Junior Hannah Devine came in second place with 153 points in the voting for Player of the Year honors for the 8th Region. Owen County’s Rianna Gayheart won the award with 160 points. Members of the All-Region team were selected by votes from the coaches in the region. Owen County head coach Bob Osborne was named Coach of the Year. The 8th Region banquet will be held at Henry County High School on March 14.

    Devine, Curry named to All-NCKC team

  • Comeback falls just short for Lady Panthers, 50-45

    The Lady Panthers (14-9) battled back from a 14-point deficit at halftime to tie the game at the end of the third quarter. However, it was not enough to win, as the girls lost 50-45 to Bishop Brossart Saturday. Hannah Devine led the Lady Panthers with 33 points on 12 of 21 shooting from the field for 57.1 percent. Kyndal Curry registered a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Tasha Hunter logged two points and five rebounds. The girls return to the hardwood Wednesday to make-up a snow game at Trimble County.

  • Lady Panthers grab win over Grant County on the road

    The Carroll County High School girls’ basketball team traveled to Grant County Friday and came back with a 57-49 victory, their 14th of the season. Head coach Randy Mefford said the team played well in the first half and made 13-18 free throws to close out the fourth quarter. Hannah Devine and Tasha Hunter led the team with double-doubles. Devine had 25 points and 10 rebounds, while Hunter had 11 points and 10 rebounds. Also scoring for the Lady Panthers were Jill Butcher, 9; Kyndal Curry, 7; and Andrea Hardesty, 5.

  • Panthers taste defeat at final horn in Trimble road game

    It was a typical, hard-fought border matchup between perennial rivals Carroll and Trimble counties when the Panthers invaded the halls of Trimble last week.

    In a game where each team played well in spurts the Carroll County Panthers and Trimble County Raiders battled down to the final horn before senior guard Zach Adair sank his only basket of the night to bring the Trimble fans to their feet as time expired. Trimble had won, 49-47.