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Today's Sports

  • Carroll falls to Bellevue, 50-14

    Plagued by injuries, Carroll County could not match Bellevue offensively, losing, 50-14, at home Friday, Sept. 19.

    Junior quarterback Isaiah Hogan endured a back injury in the second quarter. He continued to play in pain, but on the last play before halftime, he took a huge sack that forced him out of the game. Head coach Mike Weedman said it was a muscular injury and believes his quarterback will recover.

  • Cross country competes at Horse...

    Carroll County High School cross country traveled to the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington Saturday, Sept. 20, to run in the Franklin County Invitational. ) Guillermo Cruz (19 minutes and 25 seconds) and Haley Dermon (23 minutes and 20 seconds) both ran personal best times.

    Also competing for the Lady Panthers was Mallory Wilkerson (29 minutes and 32 seconds).

  • Carroll County golf graduates...

    Bailey honored at senior night Sept. 15

    Carroll County girls' golf honored their lone senior, Jadyn Bailey, with cake and refreshments after a match against Gallatin County, Sept. 15. Gallatin failed to field a team so Carroll was awarded the match win.

    Scoring for Carroll was Ciara Hamilton 49, Jadyn Bailey 55, Natalie Bennett 58, Taylor Napier 65, Amelia Napier 69.

    Boys golf sends off four seniors Sept. 18

  • Carroll County golf graduates...

    Bailey honored at senior night Sept. 15

    Carroll County girls' golf honored their lone senior, Jadyn Bailey, with cake and refreshments after a match against Gallatin County, Sept. 15. Gallatin failed to field a team so Carroll was awarded the match win.

    Scoring for Carroll was Ciara Hamilton 49, Jadyn Bailey 55, Natalie Bennett 58, Taylor Napier 65, Amelia Napier 69.

    Boys golf sends off four seniors Sept. 18

  • Gallatin defeats Carroll, 4-0

    The Carroll County girls soccer team held Gallatin County scoreless in the first half before being outscored 4-0 in the second half of the district match up Thursday, Sept. 18.

    “The girls stepped up and played an awesome game,” head coach Greg Damron said. “... To hold them to four (goals) was a major plus for us. I really do think they were expecting to come in and 10-0 us.”

    Gallatin kept the ball on Carroll’s side most of the first half and shots on goal were clearly in Gallatin’s favor.

  • Serving up success
  • Gaughan, Poole win at Speedway
  • Volleyball loses to Owen
  • Cross Country | Sept. 18, 2014

    Dermon, Cruz lead cross country at Grant

    Carroll County High School boys and girls cross country teams competed in the Grant County Invitational Sept. 6. Haley Dermon led the way with a 48th-place finish. Last year as a freshman she finished 78th, so that is a great improvement, head coach Brian Crank said. 

    Guillermo Cruz led the boys with a 75th-place finish. The boys’ overall score was 180 points, which was better than last year’s score, Crank said. 

  • Volleyball wins at Henry, 3-1

    Carroll County volleyball traveled to Henry County Sept. 11, and defeated the Lady Wildcats 3-1 in a 31st district matchup. The Lady Panthers lost the first game, 22-25, then won the next three games 25-22, 25-21, and 25-9.