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Today's Sports

  • Panthers soccer falls at home to...

    After playing three games in four days, fatigue may have played a factor in the Carroll County boys’ soccer team’s performance on Tuesday Sept. 14. The home team (8-3-2) lost to Walton-Verona 2-0, snapping a seven-game winning streak and the opportunity to win the conference championship outright. The Panthers still have the opportunity to be named co-champions with Walton-Verona and

  • Panthers hold on to win on the...

    Leading up to their contest Friday night, Walton-Verona held an edge over visiting Carroll County even before they stepped on to the football field: the emotional edge. Friday was the first game under the new lights at the Bearcats’ home field, and they had had two weeks to prepare for the Panthers, who were still recovering from their loss the previous week to Kentucky Country Day. Despi

  • Girls, boys teams show well at...

    St. Xavier’s Tiger Run is annually one of the top opening-day races in the state of Kentucky. The meet was held this year at the River Road Country Club in Louisville, Ky.  Twelve boys teams and 14 girls teams listed in the KyTrackXC.com preseason rankings were among the field to compete. The race also included top-ranked teams fr

  • Raiders play strong, but can...

     After last week’s 20-12 loss to Magoffin County, the Raiders came home on Aug. 26 to face off against Bishop Brossart. Despite some well-executed and aggressive offensive and defensive plays, the Raiders suffered another loss, this time 42-6.

    The Alexandria, Ky., Mustangs, one of nine schools with a 2-0 record so far in Class 1A, won it’s first game against Betsy Layne High School the previous week. Next up for the Raiders is an away game against the Henry County Wildcats starting at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 3.

  • Youngest runners compete at...

    The Trimble County Middle/Elementary School Cross Country team traveled to the state capital Wednesday, Aug. 25, to compete in the Frankfort Archives All-Comers Meet. Other teams competing included Bondurant Middle, Elkhorn Middle, Frankfort Christian, Christ the King Middle, Good Shepard Middle, Frankfort Middle and East Jessa

  • Boys’ soccer

    Carroll County High School defeated visiting Whitefield Academy of Louisville 5-3 in boys’ soccer Monday to improve the Panthers’ season record to eight wins against two defeats and two ties. Sophomore J.D. Damron scored three goals and had an assist. Seniors Juan Badillo and Hugo Resendis each scored a goal. Senior Marvin Davila was credited with two assists. Senior goalie Josh Pe

  • Panthers suffer first loss of...

    The Carroll County Panthers’ offense was shutdown for the first time all season Saturday night against the Kentucky Country Day Bearcats (4-0). The home team (3-1) scored their lone points on a forced turnover by the defense that was returned for a touchdown. Final score: KCD 27 Carroll County 7. Head Coach Mike Weedman attributed the loss to KCD’s ability to keep the Panther offens

  • Cross Country

    The Panther cross country team participated as one of 38 teams in the Grant County Invite on Saturday Sept. 11. The team only had two representatives from Carroll County High School, senior Ethan Stewart who ran in the boys’ varsity race and junior Brittany Arvin who ran in the girls’ junior varsity race. The middle school team had four runners, girls Kirsten Arvin and Haley Derm

  • Inconsistency an issue for Lady...

    The Lady Panthers volleyball team (3-7) stayed close most of the match against the visiting Lady Bearcats of Walton-Verona, but were ultimately unable to put a winning run together. They lost 25-18, 25-20 Tuesday night. Head Coach Kristen Arbinger said her team played well, despite the final score, and noted Walton-Verona’s consistency as a quality she wants her team to develop. &ldquo

  • Girls’ Golf

    Quincy Hogan tied for 19th place out of 97 golfers at the 8th Region Class “A” State tournament Saturday at the Arlington Country Club in Richmond, Ky. She finished with a score of 85, 13 over par. “I was extremely pleased with the majority of Quincy’s shot making for the round. She really played well,” Head Coach Jay Jones said.  The girls teed off at 11:30