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Today's Sports

  • Runnin’ Raiders...

    Only in their fifth year of existence of having a track team, the Trimble County Runnin’ Raiders made some noise in the North Central Kentucky Track Championship meet Thursday at the Walton Verona Sports Complex. Twelve teams including Western Hills, Owen, Frankfort, Grant County, Pendleton County, KCD, Carroll County, Henry County, Wal

  • Olivia Cooley State Runner up in...

    Over 65 teams and 1,000 athletes from across the state traveled to Paul Dunbar High School in Lexington, the site of the KTCCCA Middle School State Championship meet. Along with those teams were the Runnin’ Raiders from Trimble County. The lengthy meet, over eight hours long, turned in four state records and many personal bests. For th

  • Panthers 31st District Champs

    Timely hitting and late-game pitching spelled victory for the Carroll County Panthers as they beat Henry County 5-3 to win the 31st district championship Wednesday night at Owen County. Down 3-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning with two outs, Jesse Proctor hit a two RBI double to tie the score 3-3. Next up to bat was D.C. Craig, who prompt

  • Season ends for eight Panther...

    It ended the same as it began. Junior Zach Wise was called out on two close plays at the bag in both the first and final Panther at bats, as Carroll County fell 6-3 to North Oldham in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament Monday at Carroll County High School. Senior Jesse Proctor slammed his first home run of the season, the second of

  • Panthers beat Rebels 2-1 in...

    Carroll County opened district tournament play with a “classic nail-biter” against the home team, Owen County Rebels. Junior Zach Wise hit the game winner in the bottom of the seventh inning, bringing home freshman Dillon Craig for the 2-1 victory. “I’m throwing it up to all those tough games we lost earlier in the y

  • Girls tennis finishes season 7-4

    The Carroll County High School girls’ tennis team wrapped up the 2010 season last week with an appearance in the girls’ 8th Region Tournament. The Lady Panthers won two of four events in the first round of the tournament held at Western Hills High School in Frankfort. No. 1 singles player Priya Patel defeated Trimble County&rsquo

  • Lady Panthers close regular...

    Carroll County’s Lady Panthers closed out their regular season schedule with a convincing 14-4 win over Notre Dame Academy of Covington on Saturday at Lady Panther Field. Notre Dame jumped out to a three run lead in the top half of the first inning. Carroll’s Beth Tuttle drove in a run in the bottom half of the inning to make the

  • Softball season ends with 5-0...

    Despite hitting well against Notre Dame Academy of Covington in their final home game, the Lady Panthers season-long struggle at the plate came back to bite them at districts Monday night. The team was unable to notch a hit against Henry County, losing 5-0 at Owen County. “They are a good team, their defense is good. We just can’

  • CCHS competes in NCKC meet

    Senior Chris Satterly takes MVP honors for the third time this season with his performance at the NCKC meet Thursday night. Satterly won first place in the 300 meter hurdles, long jump and set a personal record of 6 feet 2 inches in the high jump. He was also a member of the first place 4-by-200 meter relay team with teammates Andy Sisenstein, DAnthony Collins and Tyler Grant. Gr

  • Final home meet for track and...

    In anticipation of the NCKC meet later in the week, Carroll County rested many of their key varsity runners at last Tuesday night’s meet. However, with it being senior night and the final home meet of the season, Head Coach Joe Creager decided to run some “different” relays for his team to have fun with. Instead of a 4-by-