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Today's Sports

  • Carroll County Volleyball falls...

    Carroll County High School volleyball fell 3-1 to Owen County Sept. 11, at home. After winning game one 25-19, the Lady Panthers dropped the next three straight –25-19, 25-18, 25-14. Freshman Abby Hotfil (pictured above) stepped in for the injured senior Kelly Layton. Hotfil finished the night with four kills and an ace.

  • Carroll competes at All ‘A’...

    Carroll County boys golf placed 15th out of 16 teams at the All ‘A’ state golf tournament at Eagle’s Nest Golf Course in Somerset, Ky., on Sept. 6. The Panthers had a team score of 384, with Chase Hartman leading the way with a 90, followed by Justin Ray with 91. Clint Burgess scored 100, and Blake Belcher scored 103. Levi Stephenson had to withdraw from the tournament due to illness, head coach Josh Mefford said in a text message. He could not be reached for comment on the tournament.

  • Volleyball falls to W-V, 3-0

    To say it was difficult for the Lady Panthers volleyball team to concentrate Wednesday, Sept. 3, on the game at hand is an understatement.

    The girls took the court against Walton-Verona one day after the death of Lisa Prosser, mother of senior Lady Panther Karly Prosser. Brothers senior Colin and junior Kyle are on the football team.

  • Downs starts for Hanover

    Former Carroll County Panthers quarterback Trent Downs made his first collegiate start for the Hanover College Panthers as they opened the season with a 42-17 loss to the Centre College Colonels Saturday.

    Downs completed 22-of-38 passes for 162 yards with an interception. Prior to the start, Downs had appeared in two games for Hanover and had not attempted a pass.

    Downs is a junior physiology major.

  • Yellow Jackets take the field

    The Carroll County Youth Football program known as the Yellow Jackets started play Aug. 23, in the Oldham County Youth League. The Yellow Jackets are fielding three teams this year. The Mighty Mites are 5- and 6-year-olds and coached by Mike Guenthner. The Peewee’s are 7- and 8-year olds and coached by Jeff Welch. The juniors are 9-, 10- and 11-year-olds and coached by Scott Rose and Terry Cauley.

  • Volleyball wins over Gallatin,...

    Carroll County volleyball (2-5) came away with an emotional and hard fought 3-0 victory over Gallatin County(1-4).

    “Wow what a night,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said. “This night was very special to a lot of us, as we dedicated this game to the Prosser family. I know that Lisa (Prosser) would be very proud. I thought the girls played very tough and were aggressive at the net tonight.”

  • Volleyball wins over Gallatin,...

    Carroll County volleyball (2-5) came away with an emotional and hard fought 3-0 victory over Gallatin County(1-4).

    “Wow what a night,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said. “This night was very special to a lot of us, as we dedicated this game to the Prosser family. I know that Lisa (Prosser) would be very proud. I thought the girls played very tough and were aggressive at the net tonight.”

  • Moore shuts out Carroll in...

    Tears were shed after Carroll County’s football game Friday night, but it had nothing to do with the game just played on the field.

    The Panthers football family mourned the death of Lisa Prosser, mother of senior lineman Colin Prosser, junior running back Kyle Prosser and senior volleyball player Karly Prosser, who died Tuesday, Sept. 2.

  • Walton-Verona defeats Panthers,...

    The Walton-Verona Bearcats spoiled the Panthers’ All ‘A’ championship plans Thursday night, defeating Carroll 2-0 at Panther Field. Walton-Verona took on Owen County Saturday in the regional championship and won, 3-0.

    The loss extends the streak to seven – seven years since the Panthers soccer team has defeated the Bearcats.

  • Lady Panthers win first game,...

    The Lady Panthers soccer team notched their first win of the season, but were unable to repeat that success in the All ‘A’ regional tournament.

    Carroll County traveled to Louisville Wednesday, Sept. 3, to take on Southern High School and returned home with a 3-0 victory. Ashton Marksberry, Kelsey Wallace and Marcela Martinez each scored for the Lady Panthers.