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Today's Sports

  • 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

  • Softball wins first of season

    The Lady Panthers captured their first win of the season with a 2-1 victory over Eminence at home Monday night. Junior Christen Newby scored the team’s first run of the game in the bottom of the fourth inning. She hit a single, stole second base, then advanced to third on a passed ball behind the catcher. The cat

  • Carroll girls 2nd in NAS...

    The girls’ tennis team from Erlanger Lloyd High School defeated Carroll County 3-2 to take the NAS Invitational championship at Robert Westrick Memorial Park Saturday. Erlanger Lloyd blew through Trimble County and Gallatin County to reach the championship. “They were a pretty good team,” Carroll County Head Coach Larry Mor

  • Baseball strikes early, holds on...

    Carroll County rides its pitching and defense to win 3-1 against Henry County at home on April 13.  “It was a hard fought game,” Head Coach Jay Jones said. “Henry County is very disciplined. They’re young, but they’re a very disciplined team.” The Panthers led off with a single to right center field by junior Zach Wise and a bunt by senior

  • Boys tennis 3rd in NAS tourney

    The Panthers tennis team finished in third place at the North American Stainless Invitational Tournament Saturday held at Carroll County High School. The team dropped their first match to Gallatin County, but won against Erlanger Lloyd. Eighth grader Raven Powers continued to impress, capturing Carroll’s only win against Gallatin Count

  • Girls tennis wins over Gallatin

    Carroll County slams home another win, defeating Gallatin County on their court 4-1 on April 14. In No. 1 singles, senior Priya Patel won 6-2, 6-2 against Brooke Clark. In No. 2 singles, senior Staci McArter won 6-1, 6-3 against Anna Beth Edens. In No. 3 singles, senior Miriam Jones lost 2-6, 6-4, 3-6 to Christine Barlow. In No. 1 doubles

  • Baseball Panthers win 8th Region...

    The Carroll County Panthers are the 8th Region All-A Classic champions for the second year in a row. The Panthers topped Owen County, Walton-Verona and Gallatin County in weekend play to claim the title. “We would like to thank our community and school system that has supported our program in such a huge way,” Head Coach Jay

  • Trackers perform well at Henry

    Carroll County, Trimble County, Bardstown, Henry County, and KCD faced off in a small meet on April 1 in Henry County. The weather was perfect for a track meet and several athletes set personal bests in their events, according to an email from Carroll County Head Coach Joe Craeger. “The high school and middle schools were both in actio