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Today's Sports

  • Carroll stays close through...

    A balanced offensive effort and a lesson in patience resulted in a successful outcome for the Trimble County Lady Raiders Friday in their annual border rivalry tussle with Carroll County. While the Lady Panthers made a close contest of it for three quarters, it was Trimble taking the eventual win by a 53-35 score.

    “Our girls played a great game,” Carroll coach Paul Stone, Jr., said. “The effort was spectacular. I can’t say enough good things about the way that they played. If we keep playing that hard we’re going to win some games.”

  • Panthers defeat Raiders in...

    Trimble County’s Raiders scored the first seven points of the game and Carroll County’s Panthers scored the final six in last week’s border rival clash at Bedford. The story that unfolded between the two scoring barrages was written in typical dramatic rivalry fashion by two young and desperate teams that culminated in a 64-57 Carroll win.

  • Proud Panthers

    Members of the the Carroll County Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team are a force to be reckoned with on the court. The girls are pictured here taking on their neighboring county rivals, the eighth grade Trimble County Lady Raiders.

  • Lady Panthers cheerleaders win...

    The Carroll County High School cheerleaders won second place in the All-Girls Small Division at the 8th Region Competitive Cheer event Dec. 3, at Anderson County High School.

    The Lady Panthers earned a score of 80.2, which was also fifth best overall for the day. The All-Girls Small Division winner was Collins with a score of 85.2. Simon Kenton had the overall highest score with 88 in the All-Girls Medium Division.

    “Our execution was flawless,” coach Shelly Hunt said. “We had a top-notch, flawless routine. Not one drop.”

  • Holding court
  • Hunters risk prosecution for...

    Hunters who illegally transport deer or elk carcasses into Kentucky from states infected with chronic wasting disease risk prosecution.

    Hunters must not bring whole deer or elk carcasses from infected states to taxidermists or processing operations in Kentucky.

    CWD is a contagious and fatal neurological disease that affects deer, elk and other cervids native to North America. Currently, there is no evidence that CWD can be transmitted to humans.

  • Speed will be key for Panther...

    Mismatches and how they are handled will determine the level of success of the Carroll County boys’ basketball season.

    “We do not have a lot of size,” Carroll County head coach Brian Crank said. “We will try to play fast and use our speed as an advantage by making their ‘bigs’ come out and guard us.”

  • Online survey improves Kentucky’...

    By Kevin Kelly

    Kentucky Afield

    Kentucky is drawing national attention after dramatically improving the accuracy of harvest and participation information collected from its waterfowl and migratory bird hunters.

    The Harvest Information Program (HIP) provides state and federal biologists with data to generate reliable estimates of migratory bird hunter activity and harvest. The estimates are used to help shape season dates, bag limits and population management.

  • CCHS seeks track coach...

    Carroll County High School is in need of a head track Coach. Applicants must be 21 or older and a high school graduate to apply. Email resume to Paul Stone. paul.stone@carroll.kyschools.us.

  • 3rd-4th graders take the court