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Today's Sports

  • Soccer Panthers take second win

    Winning could become addictive as the Carroll County Panther soccer team put its second win in the books Tuesday, September 15 over the Gallatin County Wildcats.

    The Wildcats might have been hoping for a Panther letdown following the Panther win over the Burgin Bulldogs last week.  The Panthers however relished the victory, liked how it felt and wanted more of the same.  

  • Homecoming week culminates in...

    Homecoming Friday night began with smoke and fireworks, but the 5-0 start by the Carroll County Panthers football team is anything but smoke and mirrors.

    The Panthers took the field amidst a spray of smoke and fireworks with junior Sarah Beach singing the national anthem. The stands were rocking with a huge crowd to see the Panthers defeat the Walton Verona Bearcats 32-13.

  • Carroll volleyball captures 8th...

    The Lady Panther volleyball team has been waiting to hang a banner in the Panther gym and this year they accomplished that goal.

    The 8th region all A tournament was played with the home court advantage and the Lady Panthers took every advantage they could get.  

  • Panther runners host six teams...

    Carroll County hosted six other teams at their one and only home meet of the season Tuesday, September 15 on their home course at General Butler State Park.

    Cross Country is an interesting and almost cruel sport and when participants cross the finish line they are often completely spent and sometimes sick or in tears. It is both a team and an individual sport and is one of the most grueling to participate in.

  • Powder puff, parade, bonfire...

    Fans saw tackling, shoving, penalties and players and coaches thrown out of the game – and it was only the powder puff football game that is a perennial favorite of the students and the players.

  • The Winners Circle
  • Carroll soccer takes 6-0 win!

    Finally, the monkey is off the back of the Carroll County varsity soccer team as they take a 6-0 win from Burgin Independent High School in Harrodsburg, Ky.

    The Panthers took the long trip to the Burgin Bulldogs field and came out sluggish in the first half according to head soccer coach Ben Crutcher. They finished the first half 1-0 and Crutcher said he told his team they needed to play better and they could get a win against the second-year program.

  • Panthers topple KCD for fourth...

    Two unbeaten gridiron teams took to the field Friday night and the Carroll County Panthers came up with a big win over Kentucky Country Day, extending their record to 4-0.

  • CCHS runners compete in...

    Running fast and for long distance are the only things that matter in cross country and the Carroll County Panthers showed how good they can be at Williamstown Tuesday, September 1.

    The Panthers met Gallatin and Trimble counties, Walton Verona and Williamstown, and both the girls’ and the boys’ teams had finishers in the top 15.

  • Lady Panthers net win over...

    Carroll County’s Lady Panthers weathered a great start by Trimble County to overcome the visitors 22-25, 25-18 and 25-18 in volleyball action Sept. 9.

    “We always seem to win by the skin of our teeth,” Carroll coach Kristen Arbinger said. “It’s always a work in progress. As we keep working at it we’ll be able to take it to the next level. They can do everything they set their minds to.”