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Today's Sports

  • Panthers top Raiders in 5

    Carroll County scored early and often Monday to defeat visiting Trimble County 13-2 in five innings at Panther Field. It was the second win over Trimble in four days for the Panthers who ousted the Raiders 17-7 in the opening round of the NCKC tournament on Thursday. The Panthers put four runs across the plate in the bottom of the first inni

  • Tennis ladies slam home a rare...

    Carroll County’s girls tennis team (6-4) pulled out a huge victory on the road against Frankfort High School, winning 3-2 on Thursday April 29. “Beating them at their place is big for us,” Head Coach Larry Morgan said. “I’m really proud of the girls.” Morgan added that he thought this was Carroll&rsquo

  • Track has ‘great...

    Despite the wind and the rain, Carroll County competed in Danville against Region 5A schools.  The Lady Panthers were led by Nora Fremin, who finished second in the overall individual points competition by placing first in the high jump and as a member of the winning 4x100 meter relay team of herself, MaryEsther Fremin, Teila Winburn

  • Lady Panthers win 4th of season

    Junior first baseman Beth Tuttle hit her second home run of the season in Carroll County’s 12-2 win in five innings over Williamstown at home Friday night. “It was a team win,” Head Coach Duke Boles said. “… Everybody contributed, and everybody did something positive.” The Lady Panthers (4-12) battled

  • Carroll track stars continue to...

    On April 20, the Carroll County Panthers hosted Bracken, Eminence, Gallatin County, Holmes, Owen County, Trimble County and Williamstown in an All-Comers track meet. “It was a really good preview of what is to come in our invitational on May 7,” Head Coach Joe Creager said. “The Panthers had another outstanding night with n

  • CCMS track competes at NCKC meet

    The Carroll County Middle School boys and girls track teams had strong showings in the April 22 North Central Kentucky Conference meet at Henry County. The girls’ team was led by sixth grader Denee Lawrence who was conference champion in the 300 meter hurdles, runner-up in the 100 meter and 400 meter dashes and earned third place in the 200 meter dash. Lawrence’s effor

  • Panthers give up two runs in the...

    With two outs and a 3-2 lead in the top of the seventh inning, it looked like the Panthers had the game wrapped up against the visiting Simon Kenton squad. A ground ball was hit to junior third baseman Zach Wise for the seemingly third out of the game. However, the ball sailed on him, past the first baseman, allowing the tying run on base. A

  • Girls place 12th, boys 14th of...

    Special to The Trimble Banner   In a meet consisting of 22 of the state’s premier track programs, the Runnin’ Raiders proved they hold their own. Only three Class A schools dared to compete in the high-caliber event at Louisville’s Christian Academy on Saturday, April 17.  The Lady Raiders’ placed 12th out of 22 tea

  • Carroll boys win at Grant Co.,...

    The Carroll County High School boys’ track team took first place out of nine competing teams in the Grant County All-Comers meet last week. Carroll’s girls placed fourth among 11 teams in the same event. Carroll’s boys bested conference foes Walton-Verona, Owen County and Williamstown on the strength of strong showings from

  • Carroll falls short in Sweet 16

    A Carroll County rally fell short in the bottom of the seventh inning and the Panthers fell 6-5 to Whitfield Academy in Class A Sweet 16 action at Panther Field in Carrollton Saturday. The Panthers drew blood early and fronted 5-0 after five innings of play behind strong pitching from Will Yager. Whitfield scored three runs in the top o