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Today's Sports

  • CCHS track program grows, hosts...

    There is a lot of excitement buzzing around the Carroll County High School track and field team. The team has a brand-new track, new coaches and a much larger team, meaning the Panthers will be able to compete in more events this season.

  • Softball team looking for...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers will field another young team this season, as the roster has no seniors.

    Head coach Chelsie Roy returns seven juniors: Haley Dermon, Cheyenne Lawrence, Houston Lindsay, Hannah Polley, Emilee Pennington, Ana Garcia and Camiron Taylor. Two of the juniors are starting in new positions, as Dermon has moved from third to shortstop and Polley has taken over catching duties from last year’s only senior, Mackenzi Hawkins.

  • Lady Panthers lose to Walton-...

    The Carroll County home softball season did not start off in the way head coach Chelsie Roy envisioned as the Lady Panthers dropped a NCKC conference game to the Walton-Verona Lady Bearcats, 22-7.

    “Our players know we do not have an overpowering pitcher in the circle so the ball is going to be put into play and we have to make plays on the balls hit to us,” Roy said. “We did not do that tonight.”

  • Winter sports banquet

    Carroll County High School basketball and cheerleading held the winter sports banquet Sunday, March 20, at the high school. Student-athletes were recognized for both their academic and athletic achievements. 

  • Successful Season
  • Carroll County returns...

    Expectations continue to be high for the Carroll County High School girls tennis team, which returns its core group of players–now juniors that have grown up in the program.

    Head coach Juan Fernandez, who is in his ninth year of coaching, believes the girls would place among the top three or four teams in the state and expects the team to win the NCKC title. The Lady Panthers’ biggest challenger this season is Gallatin County, he said.

  • Panthers baseball drops season...

    Carroll County High School baseball kicked off the 2016 season Tuesday night on the short end of a 17-2 score.

    North Oldham Mustangs brought their bats to the game as they pounded out 17 hits off of the Panthers’ pitching staff, including home runs by junior Cameron Masterman and sophomore Seth Bacon.

    Carroll County only managed four hits off the North Oldham pitchers.

  • Future hoop stars
  • Team previews for CC softball...
  • NCKC Champs