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Today's Sports

  • Carroll County Girls' Tennis
  • Panther baseball plans May 22...

    The Carroll County High School Panthers baseball program will pay tribute to Bob Coots on Saturday, May 22. Panther Field will play host to the first annual Carroll County Baseball Alumni Game in memory of Coots. “He was a great member for the program, the community and friend to us all,” Panther Head Coach Jay Jones said in an e

  • Track teams closing in on season...

    The Carroll County boys track and field team finished in fourth place, while the girls team finished in seventh, without senior Teila Winburn, at the Walton-Verona Class “A” meet on Saturday. Chris Satterly and Nora Fremin won the boys team MVP and girls team MVP awards, respectively, by scoring the most individual points. Sat

  • Carroll County Softball
  • Baseball Panthers win NCKC...

    The Carroll County Panthers have won the North Central Kentucky Conference baseball tournament for the second year in a row. The Panthers topped Trimble County in Thursday’s opening round contest at Bedford, overcame Henry County in the tournament’s final four on Saturday at Walton-Verona and went on to defeat hosts Walton-Verona

  • Panthers host 12 schools in...

    Carroll County High School hosted the second annual Carroll County Invitational Track Meet Friday. Twelve schools from Kentucky and Indiana competed in the event. “Overall the night went very well especially with the large number of teams that we had attending the meet,” Carroll County Head Coach Joe Creager said. “It was a

  • Bevill to compete in NCAA this...

    A Carroll County woman will compete in this weekend’s NCAA Division II Championships in Mesa, Ariz. Northern Kentucky University women’s golfer Lyndsey Bevill—a Sanders resident and Carroll County High School graduate—qualified as an individual for the upcoming national tournament by tying for seventh place at the NCAA

  • Panthers top Raiders in 5

    Carroll County scored early and often Monday to defeat visiting Trimble County 13-2 in five innings at Panther Field. It was the second win over Trimble in four days for the Panthers who ousted the Raiders 17-7 in the opening round of the NCKC tournament on Thursday. The Panthers put four runs across the plate in the bottom of the first inni

  • Tennis ladies slam home a rare...

    Carroll County’s girls tennis team (6-4) pulled out a huge victory on the road against Frankfort High School, winning 3-2 on Thursday April 29. “Beating them at their place is big for us,” Head Coach Larry Morgan said. “I’m really proud of the girls.” Morgan added that he thought this was Carroll&rsquo

  • Track has ‘great...

    Despite the wind and the rain, Carroll County competed in Danville against Region 5A schools.  The Lady Panthers were led by Nora Fremin, who finished second in the overall individual points competition by placing first in the high jump and as a member of the winning 4x100 meter relay team of herself, MaryEsther Fremin, Teila Winburn