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Today's Sports

  • Carroll falls to Trimble, tops...

    The Lady Panthers opened their season against the border-rival Lady Raiders of Trimble County. Unfortunately, the young team was unable to pull out a victory, losing 2-3 overall at home on Tuesday March 23. In no. 1 singles, Carroll County senior Priya Patel lost 3-6, 1-6 to Trimble County’s Kasi Fogle. In no. 2 singles, Carroll County senior Staci McArter lost 4-6, 6-1,

  • Western Hills tops boys&...

    The young Panthers’ tennis team met a formidable opponent Monday in the Wolverines of Western Hills out of Frankfort. While they battled hard, they were overmatched and unable to pull out a win, losing 1-4 overall. “The Carroll County players came out with a very good attitude, and they did show it on the court,” Head Coac

  • Carroll track performing well

    On a chilly Friday night the Panthers squared off against 20 teams at the Wolverine Open at Western Hills High School in Frankfort. Both teams performed outstandingly. The boys’ team finished a very solid fifth overall and the girls finished in 10th place. Nora Fremin was sixth in the 100 meter dash and third in the 100 meter hurdles.

  • Basketball accomplishments feted

    Student athletes participating in winter sports at Carroll County High School were feted during a banquet held in their honor last week. All State Academic Team certificates in recognition of a 3.75 grade point average or higher were presented to First Team recipients Jenna Goff, Sarah Osborne, Kyndal Curry, Hannah Devine, Linda Cruz, Will Y

  • 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