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High School Sports

  • In battle of first-year coaches, Crank’s Panthers come out on top

    In a contest between veterans and upstarts, Carroll County’s visiting Panthers gave a basketball clinic to new head coach Stacey May’s Trimble County Raiders to the tune of 68-50 Thursday in Trimble’s home opener of the 2015-16 high school basketball season.

  • Donahue scores career high in Williamstown win

    The Carroll County Panthers jumped out to an early 8-2 lead in a game that featured runs by both teams as the host Panthers defeated Williamstown, 82-69, Dec 5.

    Carroll County senior Jackson “Boo” Donahue started off the game with two 3-point shots sandwiched around a put back by senior Austin Crank, 8-2. Carroll would never trail in the game.

  • Poor free throw shooting hinders Carroll’s comeback attempt at TC

    Trimble County High School celebrated the school’s 42-year girls basketball legacy Friday while hosting border rival Carroll County in the Lady Raiders’ home opener of the 2015-16 basketball season. Poor free throw shooting plagued the Lady Panthers who, competing in their first contest of the young season, were defeated 66-39.

  • Lady Panthers’ offense struggles in loss to Lady Dragons

    The Lady Panthers saw their 16-10 first-quarter lead squandered, as their offense stalled in the second and third quarters. The visiting South Oldham Lady Dragons (2-1) outscored the Lady Panthers 27-7 during that stretch to ultimately win, 45-33.

  • Poor free throw shooting hinders Carroll’s comeback attempt at TC

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    Trimble County High School celebrated the school’s 42-year girls basketball legacy Friday while hosting border rival Carroll County in the Lady Raiders’ home opener of the 2015-16 basketball season. Poor free throw shooting plagued the Lady Panthers who, competing in their first contest of the young season, were defeated 66-39.

  • Juggernauts’ quick start too much for Panthers, 78-45

    Lloyd Memorial opened the night on an 18-2 run, which proved far too large of a hurdle for Carroll County to overcome, as the Panthers drop their season and home opener 78-45.

  • Rose honored as 31st District Player of the Year

    Strong. Powerful. Determined. Relentless.

    Carroll County High School senior running back Cameron Rose is all of these things. Carrying the ball just 120 times during the regular season, he amassed 821 rushing yards. He added 148 receiving yards and scored eight total touchdowns (six rushing, two receiving). He also played on both sides of the ball, leading the Panthers in tackles with 73 (62 solo, 11 assisted).

  • Orozco, Tuttle earn All-Conference honors

    Carroll County High School boys soccer senior Tyler Tuttle and junior Jose Orozco were named to the NCKC All Conference Team.
     

  • Crank brings an uptempo style to Panthers team

    A new head coach brings a new style of play to this year’s Carroll County Panthers basketball team.

    First-year head coach Brian Crank wants the Panthers to play up-tempo and create offense off their defense, a different style than the players are used to. What is going to determine the team’s success is how quickly they pick up the new system, he said.

    The main goal is for the team to be ready once the 31st District Tournament begins, with the goal of getting to the 8th Region Tournament, he said.

  • Lady Panthers will lean on its guards this season

    The Lady Panthers basketball team returns the most varsity experience in head coach Paul Stone’s four-year tenure at Carroll County this season. The team lost just one senior last year, Lauren Moore, who is now playing basketball at Centre College.

    Last season’s squad finished the season 11-17, the most wins under Stone, and advanced to the 31st District Championship game, losing to Gallatin County.