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  • Lady Raiders vow return to the...

    The Trimble Banner A young, enthusiastic team and a new venue may give Coach Walter McHargue all he needs to bring the Lady Raiders fast-pitch softball team back to “powerhouse” levels. McHargue said the varsity softball team this year will be using the softball field at Trimble County Park for practice and for games

  • Raiders field young, ‘...

    Like the Lady Raider’s softball team, the Raiders baseball program also is fielding a fairly young – but fiesty – team this year. Of 23 boys on the team, six are returning from last year, including the lone senior Ethan Turner; juniors Cameron Adamski, Jimmy Duncan and Luke Sands; and sophomores Skiler Alexander and Dylan Staples. Except for Turner, the returnin

  • Lady Panthers fall in regional

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers’ hopes for a lengthy run in the postseason tournament came to a decisive and disappointing end last week. Carroll fell behind early and never recovered en route to a 45-26 loss at the hands of Walton-Verona in the first round of the Eighth Region tournament at Simon Kenton High School. The loss brought t

  • Ballinger named conference...

    The Mid-South Conference announced its annual women’s basketball awards last week at the conference’s annual banquet. Headlining the night were Campbellsville University juniors and 1,000 Point Club members Whitney Ballinger and Courtney Danis, along with CU head coach Ginger Colvin. Carrollton’s Ballinger, one of 10 women

  • Carroll competes in Mason Dixon...

    The Carroll County High School girls’ and boys’ track teams competed in the 50th annual Mason Dixon Games Indoor Track and Field Championships in Louisville Saturday. The prestigious indoor event was held in Broadbent Arena at the Kentucky Exposition Center. “We had some very strong showings again from senior Chris Satterly

  • Lady Panthers advance

    Right from the get go, it was Carroll County’s night. The Lady Panthers turned the Lady Wildcats of Gallatin County over on their first possession, leading to a basket by sophomore Hannah Devine. Carroll County extended their uncharacteristically fast start to 9-3 with 2:53 to go in the first quarter, 13-5 at the end of the first. It

  • CCHS track teams compete in...

    The Carroll County High School boys’ and girls’ track teams traveled to Maysville, Ky., Saturday to run in the Mason County Indoor Meet at Mason County High School. The event was a warmup to next week’s 50th annual Mason-Dixon Games which will be held in Broadbent Arena in Louisville, according to CCHS Track and Field Head C

  • Ladies fall in title game

    Sharp shooting from Owen County and the absence of a balanced scoring attack sealed the loss for Carroll County Friday night in the 31st District Championship at Gallatin County. The Lady Rebels hit nine of 12 three-pointers en route to a 49-37 win. “We just couldn’t overcome that shooting,” Head Coach Randy Mefford said. &

  • Panthers fall in District...

    It was “one and done” for the Carroll County boys’ basketball team in the opening round of the 31st District Tournament, Wednesday. The Panthers fell behind early, dug themselves a deep hole midway through, then made a valiant attempt at a comeback late in the game but fell 73-59 to host Gallatin County at Warsaw. “I

  • Dragons burn Panthers in Senior...

    Puff the magic Dragon roared into the Panthers’ lair at Carroll County High School Wednesday treating the home team’s Senior Night crowd to a display of dreadfully-good fundamental basketball. The Panthers, though wounded and scarred in defense of their home turf, battled fiercely to the end but the great beast from So