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  • Panthers dominate Warriors, 77-...

    Carroll County went on a scoring spree in the second and third quarters, 50-21, and played solid defense throughout to defeat the visiting Eminence Warriors, 77-43, Monday.

    The Panthers weren’t into the flow of the game early, Panthers’ head coach Carroll Yager said, and the Warriors matched them basket for basket. The two teams were knotted at 12 at the end of the first quarter.

  • Lady Panthers Basketball | Feb....

    Lady Panthers win big over Eminence

    Carroll County defeated district opponent Eminence, 44-6, Saturday.

    “Eminence is very young. They are a rebuilding team,” head coach Paul Stone said. “(But) the Eminence girls played very hard. They didn’t give up.”

    All of the Lady Panthers who were not injured played and scored, except for junior Lauren Moore who started the game but was immediately taken out due to an injury suffered the night before against Grant County.

  • Snowed out: Basketball games not...

    Due to time constraints and weather, seven Carroll County High School basketball games will not be rescheduled. The boys will not be rescheduling games with Trimble County, South Oldham and Anderson County. The girls will not be playing Trimble County, Southwestern, Lloyd Memorial and Cooper. 

    The following is the remaining schedule this season, weather permitting: 

    Friday, Feb. 14

    Girls at Williamstown; JV at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 p.m.

    Boys at Owen County; varsity at 8 p.m.

  • Special Olympics athletes...

    Several Carroll County Special Olympics athletes recently went to “Winter Games” sponsored by Special Olympics Kentucky. They competed for medals in the snowshoe and skiing events. The results were:

  • Panthers knocked out of state...

    The Carroll County Panthers gave a valiant effort, but the Cordia Lions were just too big and too fast for them to keep up, winning 72-42 in the first round of the state All “A” tournament Jan. 30 at the Frankfort Civic Center. The Lions would go on to defeat St. Mary and Betsy Layne before falling in the championship game to Newport Central Catholic.

  • Lady Panthers down two players,...

    With two of their top six players out, the Lady Panthers (4-12) hung in with the visiting Switzerland County Pacers (10-5), tied about midway through the third quarter, but were unable to hold on, losing 48-32 Wednesday, Jan. 29.

  • Girls beat Rebels on the road,...

    The Carroll County girls (5-12) held Owen County (0-16) to just one point in the fourth quarter to leave Owenton with a 52-36 win Friday night.

    “We waited until the fourth quarter to start to play, but we took care of business in the end,” head coach Paul Stone said. “I think the first three quarters, the girls were too busy trying not to lose the game and at the end they finally tried to win the game. They got fired up finally in the fourth quarter.”

  • Young Panthers hit the court
  • On the road to "A"...

    Carroll beats Gallatin for first time since ‘09

    A fourth-quarter comeback lifted the Carroll County Panthers over the Gallatin County Wildcats, 57-50, in the first round of the 8th Region All “A” Classic Friday. It was the Panthers’ first win over the Wildcats since Jan. 9, 2009. 

    Carroll played a solid all-around game, shooting 43 percent from the field compared to 34 percent for the Wildcats. They dished out more assists (13-6), picked off more passes (11-4) and committed less turnovers (11-17) than Gallatin.

  • Lady Panthers get team win over...

    After nearly two weeks without playing a game, the Lady Panthers stepped up their defensive effort in the second half to come away with a 55-43 home win over Spencer County Tuesday night.

    “The tale of two halves,” head coach Paul Stone said. “The first half, our defense was OK at times, but it wasn’t good on No. 35 [senior MacKenzie Myers]. The second half, we did a much better job of doubling her on the block. She walked several times because we did a better job of that. That was the difference in the game.”