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Today's Sports

  • Tough schedule will test the...

    For softball seniors Michaela Culver, Sarah Hawkins, Kelsey Ogden, Mackenzie Ogden, Kayla Williamson and Brittany Yocum, 2014 is their year. This core group has been playing together since they were children and some have been starters for the Carroll County High School Lady Panthers since seventh grade. This should be the year that this team meets its full potential and makes a name for itself.

    Head coach Dennis Hawkins certainly believes in this team.

  • Lady Panthers defeat Gallatin, 3...

    The Lady Panthers tennis team had the first-game jitters, but were still able to come away with a 3-2 win over border rival Gallatin County Monday.

    “I thought it was very rough,” head coach Juan Fernandez said. “They were very nervous.”

  • Softball struggles early, but...

    It was rough at times, but the Lady Panthers were able to make enough plays when the game was on the line to win, 7-6, over Walton-Verona Tuesday in their home opener at Lady Panther Field.

  • Heavy lifters

    Carroll County student-athletes Caleb Guenthner, Terrance Mumphrey, Ramsey Gordon, Zak Wilson and Darrien Byrd traveled to North Bullitt High School to compete in the State Push/Pull weight lifting competition. 

    Juniors Mumphrey, Guenthner and Gordon competed in the varsity division. In the 220-pound weight class, Ramsey placed fourth. Mumphrey and Guenthner were both in the 275 weight class. Mumphrey came in first place in their weight class, while Guenthner placed second. 

  • Sports Schedule | Week of March...

    Thursday, March 20 - CCHS baseball, 5:30 p.m. vs. Trimble County; CCHS softball, 6 p.m. at Eminence

    Friday, March 21 - CCHS softball, 6 p.m. vs. South Oldham; CCHS baseball, 5:30 p.m. vs. Pendleton County; CCHS track, 5 p.m. at Ryle; CCHS tennis, 4:30 p.m. at Trimble County

    Saturday, March 22 - CCHS baseball, noon vs. Walton-Verona

    Monday, March 24 - CCHS softball, 5:30 p.m. vs. Eminence; CCHS baseball, 5:30 p.m. vs. Collins

  • Tennis teams set the bar high...

    If you take a look at the rosters for this season’s Carroll County High School tennis teams, you may think they are complete opposites. One team boasts a roster with six seniors, while the other includes one junior and six freshmen. However, both squads are experienced and have high expectations for the 2014 season.

    The Panthers lost just one senior to graduation last year and will be led by six seniors this year: Noah Abercrombie, Nick Aulbach, Dakota Corbin, Joe Gemmer, Gabe Kates and Joseph Parker.

  • Team chemistry, fielding will be...

    Despite graduating eight seniors from last year’s squad, the 2014 edition of the Carroll County Panthers baseball team boasts a strong core of experienced players, as well as new additions poised to make an immediate impact.

  • 2014 31st All-District...

    John Michael Adams, Lauren Moore and Miranda Groseclose were named to the 31st All-District Team. 

    The following also were named to the boys All-District team: Koby Carlton and Troy Phelps, Gallatin; Cornelius Sanford and Jalen Dixie, Eminence; Austin Young, Brad West and Nacona Jeffries, Henry; and Carson Williams, Jarrod Ball, Vince Toftness and Hunter Trenary, Owen.

  • The future of Carroll County...

    The Carroll County Junior Panthers teams were recognized Feb. 17 before the Lady Panthers senior night basketball game.

  • Carroll County Basketball Road...

    Rebels roll over Panthers

    Owen County defeated Carroll County 73-46 to claim the No. 1 seed in the 31st District Tournament Wednesday, Feb. 20.

    The Panthers (14-12) were without starting point guard senior Austin Crowell, who injured his knee during senior night the day before.

    Carroll County was still close heading into halftime, down 33-25, but Owen County (16-8) broke the game wide open in the third quarter.