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  • Lady Panthers sharing Christmas...
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    The Carroll County Middle School cheerleaders won first place in a competition at Beth Haven Christian School in Louisville in January.

    The Carroll County High School boys basketball team defeated Owen County, 42-39, Jan. 27, to win the 8th Region All ‘A’ Championship for the first time since 2005. Austin Crowell was named Tournament MVP. The team lost in the first round of the state All “A” tournament to Cordia High School Jan. 30, at the Frankfort Civic Center.

  • Moore honored
  • Lady Panthers lose to Ludlow in...

    In the battle of the Lady Panthers, Ludlow outscored host Carroll County 17-9 in the fourth quarter to win, 45-37, Monday, Dec. 29, in the opening round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic.

    It was a neck-and-neck battle the entire way, as the two teams entered the fourth quarter knotted at 28. But it was the Ludlow Lady Panthers who were able to put the game away.

  • On The Road | Jan. 1, 2015

    Girls win at Harrison

    Lady Panthers senior center Lauren Moore scored 16 points and pulled down 14 rebounds in a 42-36 road win Dec. 23, against the Harrison County Fillies.

    Carroll County (4-4) evened up their record with the win.

    Miranda Groseclose led the Lady Panthers in scoring with 17 points. Other Lady Panthers scoring were Chasity Burgin with five points, and Jenah Roberts and Abigail Aulbach each scoring two points.

  • Panthers win Swauger championship

    The Panthers basketball team brought home an early Christmas present for Carroll County High School: a championship trophy.

    Carroll won three games in two days to win the Swauger Holiday Classic, held at Bellevue High School Dec. 22-23. Senior Taylor Schirmer was named MVP of the tournament. Juniors Isaiah Hogan and Jackson “Boo” Donahue were also named to the All-Tournament Team.

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  • Panthers prevail with 51-48 OT...

    Carroll County’s young boys basketball team took a giant stride forward in the 51-48 overtime victory over 31st District opponent Henry County.

    With Carroll County graduating the majority of its game minutes the team only had one player on the floor in the overtime that had been in that type of game.

    “This was the first time that most of these guys had been in that situation,” Carroll County head coach Carroll Yager said. “ This was our fifth game of the season and we had not been in game like this.”

  • Special Olympics | Dec. 25, 2014

    Special Olympics Kentucky State Bowling was held Dec. 6, in Louisville, Ky. The results are as follows: first place, Zach Lynn, Rhonda Burns, Dylan Williamson and Damon Maines; third place, Mary Pyles, Wally Gross and Clint Smith; and fifth place: Amanda Hearn and Thomas Granger.

  • Panthers score just two in 2Q,...

    Carroll County went seven minutes without scoring a basket in the first half, leading to a 60-39 defeat to Gallatin County Saturday, Dec. 20. The Panthers scored a basket to tie the Wildcats, 10-10, with 2:21 to go in the first quarter, but did not see the ball go through the net again until the 3:33 mark in the second quarter. A reverse layup by Isaiah Hogan was the Panthers’ only score of the quarter.