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Today's Sports

  • Lady Panthers top Gallatin for...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers dismantled Gallatin County’s offense during the second half en route to a 52-39 basketball victory at home on Saturday, Jan. 9.

  • Panthers snap losing streak

    The Carroll County Panthers snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 64-59 win over Sunland Baptist Academy from the Bahamas during the Sunshine Classic in Daytona Beach, Fla., on Dec. 30. Will Yager scored a season high 29 points to lead the Panthers. D.C. Craig and Andy Sisenstein added 13 apiece to contribute to the win.

  • Ballinger is MSC Player of Week

    CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- Whitney Ballinger’s All-America campaign continues in full stride as the new year begins. The 6-foot-3 junior forward from Carrollton picked up her third Mid-South Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week honor Monday after leading 10th-ranked Campbellsville University (13-1) to a pair of victories in New Orleans, Jan. 2-3.

  • Lady Panthers finish 1-2 in...

    Determined to leave the Sunshine State with a win, the Lady Panthers beat the Lady Seahawks of Sunlake High School 62-14 in the third round of the Daytona Beach Sunshine Classic on Dec. 30.

  • Lady Panthers lose barnburner to...

    Up 15-13 at the half, the Lady Panthers were outscored by the rival Lady Rebels of Owen County 12-4 in the third quarter. Carroll County fought back in the fourth, but fell just short, 32-30 at Owen. Senior Marissa Brindley led the team with nine points on three of five shooting from the floor and three of four free throws. The Lady Panthers are now 6-8 on the season.

  • Parks & Recreation to host...

    Carroll County Parks and Recreation is hosting a basketball league for adult men ages 16 and up. Games will be played on Sunday evenings at the Carroll County Middle School gymnasium. The league will be limited to the first six teams who have their registration forms turned in and fees paid. The cost to participate is $350 per team. Teams ma

  • Lady Panthers finish NAS...

    Following an embarrassing 44-23 second-round loss to Boyd County, the Carroll County Lady Panthers fought back only to fall 51-49 in a hard-fought match against Oldham County on Wednesday, Dec. 23 in the third round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic. Down 5-19 with 5:19 to go in the second quarter, the Lady Panthers cut the

  • Panthers struggle in NAS tourney

    Carroll County’s Panthers dropped three decisions in basketball action during last week’s North American Stainless Basketball Classic held at Carroll County High School. After falling to Trimble County 61-51 in the first round, Carroll battled hard with Logan County in Tuesday’s second round contest. The Panthers led 16-6 a

  • Boys suffer rough start to 2009-...

    TCHS Correspondent   Trimble County’s boys varsity bask

  • Lady Panthers successful in NAS...

    Despite a slow start, the Lady Panthers (5-3) came out firing at halftime to win 47-34 over the Lady Mustangs of Moore Traditional High School in the first round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic. Down 15-17 at the half, the Lady Panthers stormed back in the third quarter, outscoring the Lady Mustangs 20-6. “It was