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Today's Sports

  • Panthers slam 15 runs in opener...

    The Carroll County Panthers scored 15 runs in the opening game of the high school baseball season Wednesday and went on to shut out Heritage Academy on the road. Carroll picked up two additional wins over the weekend to take a perfect record into the second week of the season. With two outs in the first inning of Wednesday’s opener, Ca

  • Taxidermist turns satellite TV...

    The Trimble Banner As hunting gains popularity nationwide, Kenny Parsons wants to make sure newcomers to the sport are well educated. Parsons, owner of Hide ’N’ Hook on U.S. 42 West, just on this side of the Trimble border with Henry and Oldham counties, is putting his years of experience on film, in the form of a new TV show, &

  • CHEERLEADING SQUADS PERFORM WELL...

     

     

  • Ballinger drills 48 but...

    Last summer, Carrollton’s Whitney Ballinger made a decision to do everything in her power to take Campbellsville University to its first NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Fab Four. Saturday, she played her heart out, set records and wowed fans, but fell just short of her dream as Oklahoma City University outlasted Campbellsville,

  • Panther baseball facility seeing...

    Preparations are underway for Carroll County High School to host the Eighth Region Baseball Tournament at the end of May, according to Head Baseball Coach Jay Jones. “We are under construction in attempt to change the culture of baseball in Carroll County,” Jones said in an email on Monday. When completed, the new fieldhouse fa

  • SENIORS IN MOTION
  • Dodgeball fundraising event...

    The team Wham Bam won Thursday night’s Dodgeball fundraiser at Carroll County High School, defeating the Men in Little Freaking Shorts. Four eight-man teams took part in the March 11 event that raised money for CCHS boys and girls track programs, according to Head Coach Joe Creager. Wham Bam lost two games dur

  • Ballinger is WBCA Natl. Player...

    CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. -- Whitney Ballinger just keeps adding awards to her record setting basketball season. She followed up her Mid-South Conference Player of the Year award with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic’s highest individual honor — the Russel Athletics/WBCA Player of the Year award. Ballinger was

  • 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