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Today's Sports

  • Williams shines on the national...

    By MOLLY HAINES

    Landmark News Service

    Once a Rebel, always a Rebel.

    The phrase expresses pride in being an alumnus of Owen County High School. That phrase resonated Friday night when Northern Kentucky University freshman and 2016 OCHS graduate Carson Williams led the NKU Norse against the University of Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

  • Football camp March 18, 25

    Carroll County High School football is hosting a youth football camp from 9 a.m.-noon. Saturday March 18 and 25, at the high school conditioning center.

    Camp is open to Carroll County students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Cost is $30 per camper, and each child will receive a t-shirt.

    Campers will learn skills and fundamentals from CCHS coaches and players and have fun at the same time.

    Register at Tees and Sew On, 2494 Hwy. 227, or at the conditioning center March 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m.

  • Lady Panthers lose opener;...

    On a cool and breezy Friday night, Carroll County opened its 2017 softball season with a 19-7 loss to visiting Oldham County.

    Oldham’s Payton Hamm opened the top of the first with a single. A stolen base and a double by Taylor Sheller gave Oldham a 1-0 lead. With two outs Haley Springer doubled to up the lead to 2-0. An error by Allie Beach allowed a third run to score before a ground out ended the inning.

  • Panthers drop opener to Shelby
  • CCHS track alums come back home...

    The Carroll County track team has new but familiar faces on the coaching staff, as former Panther track athletes D’Anthony Collins and Lauren Holloway have taken over the coaching duties.

    Each team currently has six members. Holloway said she has been visiting students during lunch waves trying to recruit more athletes for the teams.

    The girls’ team is primarily made up of sprinters. Collins said at this time no one would be running a distance longer than 400 meters.

  • Claiming second
  • Carroll County baseball entering...

    Carroll County High School baseball is heading into uncharted waters for the 2017 season. The Panthers lost their leadoff hitter, top pitcher, and defensive leaders to graduation and their former head coach resigned to spend more time watching his son play college baseball.

  • Carroll County softball looking...

    Carroll County Lady Panther softball is looking to build on the successes of last year’s regional tournament appearance when Carroll appeared in the Eighth Regional Tournament for the first time since 2004.

    Carroll County ended last season 9-15, 8-11 record in the Eighth Region and 6-3 in the 31st District.

    “They had a taste of success last season,” Carroll County head coach Chelsie Roy said. “I want them to build on the momentum from the end of last season.”

  • Hooper inducted into CU sports...

    A Carrollton, Ky. native, Whitney Ballinger Hooper was inducted into the Campbellsville University Sports Hall of Fame, Feb, 25, along with Ronnie Spry the Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee.

    “I was so surprised when I received the call that I was being inducted,” Hooper said. “This is really special. This is a big honor to be a recipient as they induct one maybe two people a year into the Sports Hall of Fame.”

  • 31st District All-Tournament Team

    Abigail Aulbach, Haley Dermon and Jenna Richmond were named to the 31st District All-Tournament Team. Evan McMahan was also named to the 31st District All-Tournament team.