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  • Lady Panthers fall 3-1 to Lady...

    The Lady Panthers soccer team battled hard in the second half but were unable to overcome a three-goal deficit, falling 3-1 to the visiting Lady Rebels Wednesday night at Panther Field. Head Coach Greg Damron said he was pleased with the way his team played and with their improvement since their first home game against Henry County two weeks

  • Boys, girls golf compete in All...

    Junior Quincy Hogan qualified for state tournament after her 82-stroke performance at the All “A” Classic Regional golf tournament. The girls’ team finished third overall, while the boys finished in fourth place in their respective fields. The girls’ team finished behind Williamstown and Owen County, shooting a 436 as

  • Fundraiser for CCHS golf teams

    The Carroll County golf teams will be hosting the first “Tin Cup Classic,” a nine hole, “One” club golf outing, on Sept. 10 at General Butler State Resort Park golf course. Tickets are $20 per player. You can bring a four-player team, however individual scores are kept. For a four-player team, tickets are $80 per team.

  • Boys’ soccer team...

    The Panthers battled back from a 0-1 deficit in the second half to tie the visiting Covington Latin Trojans 1-1 at home Thursday night. The match started a little shaky for the Panthers. The team was not communicating or settling the ball, which led to passes going to no one in particular and a frustrated head coach on the sideline. &ldquo

  • Panthers run away with win at...

    Led by junior running back Carson Butcher, the Carroll County offense pounded the ball against Gallatin County, scoring 40 points in the first half and winning 47-2 at Panther Field. Butcher rushed for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the win. “Our mentality is that we don’t care what defense people put at us, we’re going

  • Carroll County golf sweeps...

    The Carroll County High School golf teams are starting off the season on a good note, as both teams defeated Gallatin County in their first home matches of the season. The boys’ team won 185-207 with junior Jacob Meadows taking medalist honors with a low score of 43. Sophomore Kyle Supplee and junior John Michael Williams both shot 46,

  • Lady Panthers fall at home for...

    A lackluster physical performance was blamed after the Lady Panthers’ volleyball team fell to North Oldham 25-11 and 25-9 on Thursday. It was Carroll’s fourth loss in five outings this season. “This game, we fell apart physically,” Head Coach Kristen Arbinger said. “We didn’t do the little things right. We

  • Girls soccer offer stiff...

    It was an historic day at Panther Field Wednesday night. The Lady Panthers hit the pitch for the first time in the soccer program’s history, taking on the visiting Henry County Lady Cats. Despite their inexperience, the Lady Panthers fought hard and kept the game close, but ultimately fell 2-1. In his post game comments, Head Coach

  • Soccer boys battle but fall 3-2...

    Despite battling back from a 2-0 deficit, the Panthers fell just short, 3-2, in their home opener against Mason County Saturday. Head Coach Ben Crutcher said it was the small mistakes that cost the team the three goals, including a personal foul called on goalie Josh Pence. The ensuing penalty kick gave the visiting Royals a 2-0 lead with 10

  • Panthers open season with win

    The Panthers jumped out to a good start for the season, shutting out the Bracken County Polar Bears, 37-0 at Panther Field. Senior Brody Newby led the team with one rushing touchdown; one receiving touchdown and an interception returned for a touchdown—all in the first half. He finished with three rushes for 83 yards. “Brody ha