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Today's Sports

  • Panthers capture first Class A...

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Panther baseball team made history Saturday night when they claimed the school’s first-ever Class A tournament victory.

    The Panthers defeated Trimble County 6-1 and Williamstown 11-4 before mowing down Henry County 12-0 in the finals.

    The tournament began on Thursday at the TCHS Raiders' home field in Bedford, when Panther Jesse Proctor threw a complete game.

  • Lady Panthers shut out Eminence...

    The News-Democrat

    The Lady Panthers softball team enjoyed a big victory, 12-0 Friday, over Eminence before suffering a heartbreak loss to the Walton Verona Lady Bearcats Saturday in the class A tournament over this past weekend.

    The Lady Panthers played Eminence on their field and held them to only one run while the Lady Panthers ran slipshod over the Warriors, tagging them for four runs in the first inning, three in the third, and four in the fourth.

    The Warriors scored their lone run in the bottom of the fifth inning avoiding a shutout.

  • SPORTS SHORTS

    Lady Panthers take win in tennis over Trimble

    Weather and lack of practice time has been a tough obstacle to overcome for the Lady Panther tennis team, but the team is 3-0 after a victory against Trimble County.

    Singles: Miriam Jones C.C. was defeated by Kasi Fogle T.C. 0-6, 1-6; Katarina Woods C.C. defeated Carly Reynolds T.C. 6-4, 6-2; and Priya Patel C.C. defeated Teresa Miller T.C. 6-3, 6-2.

  • Hoop Shooters camp attracts 21...

    Hoop Shooters Basketball Camp was held during spring break last week at Kathryn Winn Elementary School gymnasium.

    The 21 area boys and girls ages six to 12 who participated in the camp focused on fundamental basketball skills, such as ball handling, passing and shooting; team play and sportsmanship, according to camp coordinator Chuck Roberts. Campers were placed into categories by age, physical maturity and skill level. Each camper received a camp t-shirt at the close of the three-day program.

  • Carroll County shows well at...

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Panther track team had a good showing at its only home meet of the season Friday, April 3.

    Head Coach Joe Creager this year’s rather large team did well. The boys finished third out of six teams, while the girls finished fourth out of five teams, he noted.

  • TCHS honors student athletes

    TCHS Correspondent

    Trimble County Raiders teams gathered last month for the winter sports banquet.

    The dessert banquet was filled with reminiscing, laughter, conversation and everyone seemed to have a good time. For some,  it would be the last time everyone who participated in the boys and girls basketball teams and on the cheerleading squad this year would be to together in one room.

    Coaches gave speeches about their student-athletes and presented awards to many individuals for their efforts and accomplishments through the season.

  • Girls tennis team takes season...

    The Lady Panther tennis team took a win from border rival Gallatin County in their season opener last week.

    “I saw a lot of bright spots and a lot of deficiencies in our first meet,” head coach Larry Morgan said of his team.  The varsity won all five matches and the junior varsity won all three matches.

    Singles: No. 1 singles,  Katerina Woods C.C. defeated Brooke Clark G.C. 6-2, 7-5; No. 2 singles,  Priya Patel, C.C. defeated Anna Beth Edens, G.C. 6-2, 6-0; and No. 3 singles, Miriam Jones, C.C. defeated Christine Barlow, G.C. 6-0, 6-0.

  • Softball team defeats Gallatin,...

    The News-Democrat

    Carroll County’s Lady Panthers picked up two consecutive wins last Tuesday and Wednesday over Gallatin and Trimble girls softball teams.

    Strong pitching from Mary Hawkins led the Lady Panthers to a 2-0 win against border rival Gallatin County Tuesday, March 30.

    Hawkins pitched a complete game and racked up six strikeouts.

    On a night when the weather brought drizzle, sunshine, hard rain and clouds the Lady Panthers worked hard to hold the Lady Wildcats off the base paths and to come away with the win.

  • TEAGUE SUITS UP

    TCHS Correspondent

    Catelyn Teague was born in Owensboro, Ky., but was raised in Bedford since she was 1 year old. This is where she learned to play T-ball – and discovered her love for softball.

    During the process of Teague’s skills improving, she showed that she was capable of playing with the best there was. The only way to prove that was to play with the guys.

  • Ballinger named to NAIA&...

    The News-Democrat

    Whitney Ballinger, former Carroll County Lady Panther was named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics All-America second team.

    Ballinger, a 2006 Carroll County graduate is a sophomore forward for the Campbellsville University Lady Tigers.