High School Sports

  • Ky. becomes first state to require protective headgear in high school softball


    Lexington Herald-Leader

    Protective face masks will be mandatory for high school softball pitchers, first basemen and third basemen in Kentucky beginning with the 2018 season.

    The KHSAA adopted the new requirement as part of its first organized meeting of the 2017-18 school year in Covington. The change makes Kentucky the first state to require protective headgear in high school softball.

  • Carroll competes at state trap meet

    Carroll County High School competed in the 2017 Kentucky High School Clay Target State Meet June 10, at the Central Kentucky Gun Club in Berea, Ky. Kinley Huesman won first place in the varsity female category. Kameron Nab finished in the top 10 in the varsity male category. Nab and John Glauber both ran 25 straight at the state meet.

  • CCHS Trap Shooting Team

    Carroll County High School trap shooting team invited Superintendent Bill Hogan, Assistant Superintendent Doug Oak and Athletic Director Paul Stone to attend practice June 1, and challenged them to a contest. The student-athletes outscored the administrators, with Kinley Huesman leading all shooters with 23 out of 25. Oak led the administrators with 15 out of 25.


    Trap scores
    (out of 25 shots)

  • McIntyre named to 8th Region All-Tournament Team
  • CCHS trap shooting results

    Carroll County High School recently wrapped up its spring season. There are 226 high school students in the league statewide. Carroll County finished second in its conference.

    25 straight club members:

    John Glauber

    Adam Froman

    Kameron Nab

    Top 10 Male / Female


    Kinley Huesman, No. 1 female in the state

    Abagail Hotfil, No. 7 female in state

    Top 10 Male / Female

    in conference

    Kameron Nab, No. 6 male

    Nick Barry, No. 9 male

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  • Oldham JV coach named Lady Panthers head coach


    The News-Democrat

    With 11 years of experience coaching girls basketball in Oldham County, Ron Henderson is excited for his first opportunity to be a high school head coach. Carroll County High School athletic director and former girls basketball head coach Paul Stone announced Henderson as his successor at a meet and greet with players and parents May 22.

  • Collins shuts out Carroll in regional

    Carroll County Panther baseball’s season came to an abrupt end May 29, with a 10-0 loss to the Collins High School Titans.

    All season, Carroll County head coach Kevin Goins has said that when Seth Hicks is on the mound he thought that Carroll could compete with anyone in the state. However, Hicks was off just enough that Collins was able to scratch out two early runs and Carroll hit into double plays to end the first two innings, as the Panthers never could get on track.

  • Carroll wins 31st District baseball championship

    The Carroll County Panthers are back on top in the 31st District, capturing the championship trophy May 26, and finishing the season undefeated in district play.

    The Owen County Rebels made things interesting in the top of the seventh. The bases were loaded with two outs, but a fly out to David Duncan in centerfield sealed the victory for Carroll County, 4-1.

    Senior Evan McMahan earned the win on the mound, pitching a complete game. He struck out five batters and gave up five hits, two walks and just one run.

  • Williamson wins state title

    Dylan Williamson won first place in long jump at the Class 1A state track and field championship May 20, at the University of Kentucky Outdoor Track and Field Complex. He jumped a distance of 19 feet, 9.5 inches, which was almost four feet further than the second place finisher, in the unified event. His partner was Ravi Patel.

    Williamson also finished fifth in shot put with a throw of 39 feet, 3.5 inches and fifth in the 2x50 meter run with Patel with a time of 16.83 seconds.