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Today's Sports

  • Carroll runners open in...

    Monday night the Panther Cross Country team participated in its first meet of the year across the river at Switzerland County. The Panthers competed against a very strong Switzerland County Pacers team as well as teams from Rising Sun, Madison Shawe, and Lawrenceburg.

    “We did not have complete teams for either boys or girls due to some unforeseen injuries and absences but overall the meet was a wonderful showcase for many of our runners,” head coach Joseph Creager said.

  • Trimble edges Carroll in golf

    Carroll County Panthers golf team met the Trimble County Raiders on the links at General Butler State Park and lost a close match 181 to 177.

    Panthers scores include: John Michael Williams with the low Panther score at 42, Will Yager shot a 43, Jacob Meadows and Travis Ellis with a 49.

     

  • Raider volleyball teams off to...

    Landmark News Service

    With school barely in session a week, the Trimble County volleyball program has played two varsity matches, two junior varsity matches and one freshman match.

    The Raiders have won all five.

    “We have four returning (varsity) starters from last year,” said Head Coach Ruth Staples, “so I expect great things for this team.”

    In varsity action, Trimble beat Owen County 25-10 and 25-14. Last Thursday, the varsity team traveled to Gallatin County and won 25-10 and 25-23.

  • Raiders get pointers at gridiron...

    TB Correspondent

    The 2009 Trimble County Raiders football team got to strap up their pads and pull on their uniforms for some sparring during training camp at the high school last week.

    It was the first time the uniforms had seen light since last year’s team lost a playoff game against the No. 1 ranked Beechwood High School on Nov. 14. Beechwood eventually won the state championship.

  • Trimble, Carroll, Owen 8-year-...

    TB Correspondent

    The championship for the 8-year-old machine-pitch baseball All-Star Tournament came down to the wire on Aug. 8.

    The tournament, hosted by Trimble County, included three teams playing five games. All three teams played each other and were seeded according to the final scores of each game.

    The team that gave up the fewest runs in their two games was No. 1 seed; second fewest No. 2 and third fewest, No. 3.

    Game One

  • Carroll golfers split outings

    A large but very young boys golf team has taken to the links and split the matches so far this year.

    On Tuesday August 11 Henry Co took the first match of the year for the boys team by a team score of 177-197.

    Henry County Rebel Glenn Raisor defeated Panther Travis Ellis 43-47,

    Rebel Garrett Black defeated Panther Will Yager 44-48,  Rebel Nathan Paris defeated Panther Jacob Meadows 45-49, Rebel Michael Wilson defeated Panthers Dakota Bickers and Nick Abbott 45-53-53.

  • Bevill wins Henry golf outing

    Lyndsey Bevill dominated the field over the weekend at the Henry County Country Club Championships.

    Bevill, a high school regional champion for Carroll County a few years back, held a six-stroke lead after the first day on Saturday, then stretched it to nine on Sunday for a 10-over-par 154. Paula McGlothin finished second at 163 and Samantha Woods was third at 166. Carolyn Adcock, who has won the club championship eight times dating back to 1999, finished tied for fifth at 170.

  • Lions add 5K to Tobacco Festival

    The Carrollton Lions Club has added a new event to the schedule of activities for this year’s Carroll County Tobacco Festival. The organization is sponsoring its first 5K run and walk on Saturday morning, September 26, on Lock Road, starting and ending at the back entrance to General Butler State Resort Park. The course follows Lock Road 3.1 miles from the park to the Kentucky River.

  • Carroll ladies have busy week on...

    In a tri-team match at Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley against Owen and Gallatin Counties, sophomore Quincy Hogan fired low round of the day with a 40 even though she had a few rough holes, head coach Jay Jones said.

  • Carroll County horse show...

    Horses came out of the barns, the trailers and the woodwork to participate in the all night Carroll County Horse Show Saturday, August 8.

    The horse show that had to be rescheduled after heavy rains postponed the July 25 event, finally got underway promptly at 7:00 p.m. and according to ring attendant,  John Smith, the show was expected to go until the early hours of Sunday morning.

    Participants came from many surrounding counties and included over 150 horses in the several events.