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Today's Sports

  • Coach upbeat after 4th Panther...

    Class 2-A powerhouse DeSales galloped out of Carrollton with an impressive win Friday. The Colts, ranked sixth in the state in 2-A, scored early and often en route to a 54-6 triumph over the Carroll County Panthers.

    “That’s the best opponent we’ve ever seen since I’ve been associated with this team, hands down. They’re very athletic,” Carroll County Head Coach Mike Weedman said.

    In spite of the lopsided decision, Weedman was upbeat in post-game comments to his team.

  • TCHS honors senior athletes of...

    Seniors participating in all fall sports this year were honored during the last home football game Friday at Raiders Stadium. Football Josh Edington, son of Sonya Smith and Robert Edington, also is a member of the basketball and track teams. He plans to study civil engineering. Dustin Christman, son of Jinny and Doug Bruce, was 2009 football homecoming king and plans to attend J

  • Eminence denies Raiders a win in...

    With the home-field advantage and at least a No. 2 spot in the district standings on the line, the Trimble County High School Raiders (3-5) came into the Bedford Bank Bowl Friday night, Oct. 16, hoping to stretch their winning streak to three games. On Oct. 2, the Raiders handed undefeated Carroll County their first loss, 31-19, and followed up with a 40-0 blowout against winless

  • Runnin Raiders bring home NCKC...

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER   Traditionally very competitive, the North Central Kentucky Conference Championship race has boasted many state-ranked individuals and teams over the years. This year was no different. The championship last Tuesday, held at General Butler State Resort Park in Carroll County and hosted by the CCHS Panthers, dre

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  • Carroll harriers scramble in two...

    Carroll County High School hosted the Carroll County Invitational cross country meet last week. Lady Panthers runners finished fourth overall in the event. Carroll finished sixth in the boys’ meet.

    Times for Carroll’s girls were: Brittany Arvin finished 16th with a time of 24:02.6; Kirsten Arvin, 24:05.1, 17th; Mary Hill, 25:46.3, 20th; Sydney Brewer, 25:52.6, 21st; Mikaila Woods, 26:03.0, 22nd; and Kimberly Ketterer, 29:23.7, 25th.  Andrea Hardesty had a time of 31:21.6, while sophomore Ana Jimenez Luttrell ran the course in 31:23.0.

  • Carroll volleyball season ends...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers were eliminated from 29th District volleyball action by host school North Oldham by scores of 25-10 and 25-7 during the semifinal round last week. Carroll County’s season ends at 15-12. Senior Katerina Woods and junior Kyndal Curry were named to the All 29th District Tournament Team.

  • Panthers drop third straight

    For the second straight week, rain played havoc with Carroll County’s football aspirations, as the Panthers fell at Owen County by a score of 27-6. The win over Carroll  was the first in the series for the Rebels since 2002.

    Owen County took the opening kickoff and marched down the field. The  drive culminated with a one-yard touchdown plunge by Joey Wood. The extra point was missed and the Rebels had a 6-0 lead with 6:34 left in the first quarter.

  • Smith to portray Rupp at Gen....

    Edward B. Smith will be playing Adolph Rupp, (1901-1977)  “The Coach”, on Monday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lodge Lounge at General Butler State Resort Park.

     During the 42 years Rupp coached at the University of Kentucky, he raised basketball to near-religious status. Basketball took its place next to horses, coal and bourbon as one of the cultural icons that characterizes the state. Rupp’s teams won 880 games, four national championships and one Olympic gold medal.

  • Cross-country team dominates...

    SPECIAL TO THE BANNER   The Trimble County cross-country team pulled out the broom and swept the competition last Tuesday night in their first home race of the season.  All four teams won their races by big margins on a rainy and muddy night. Participating teams were from were Gallatin County, Eminence, Walton-Verona, and He