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Today's Sports

  • Upcoming Sports | Aug. 14, 2014

    Thursday, Aug. 14

    CCHS boys golf vs. Walton-Verona, 4:30 p.m.; CCHS girls golf vs. Williamstown, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, Aug. 15

    CCHS football scrimmage vs. Ludlow, 7 p.m.

    Monday, Aug. 18

    CCHS boys golf at Gallatin, 5 p.m.; CCHS girls soccer at Calvary Christian Tournament, TBD;

    Tuesday, Aug. 19

    CCHS boys golf vs. Henry, 4:30 p.m.; CCHS volleyball at Lloyd Memorial, 7 p.m.

    Wednesday, Aug. 20

    CCHS volleyball vs. Grant County, 7 p.m.

    Thursday, Aug. 21

  • Soccer alumni prevail in double-...

    Alumni of Carroll County High School’s soccer program were victorious over this year’s team in an exhibition double-header Saturday, Aug. 2. The girls game ended 6-0 in favor of the former players and the boys game ended 3-3, but the alumni team won 4-3 in penalty kicks.

  • Soccer alumni prevail in double-...

    Alumni of Carroll County High School’s soccer program were victorious over this year’s team in an exhibition double-header Saturday, Aug. 2. The girls game ended 6-0 in favor of the former players and the boys game ended 3-3, but the alumni team won 4-3 in penalty kicks.

  • Trimble defeats Carroll in golf...

    Carroll County Girls Golf team came up short on the links in its first match of the season with Trimble County Monday, Aug. 4 at Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley.

    Trimble defeated the Lady Panther team by a 35-stroke margin, 212-247.

    Jadyn Bailey had the low score, finishing with a 55 for Carroll County. Ciara Hamilton followed with a 61, while Natalie Bennett shot a 64 and Taylor Napier had a 67.

    The Lady Raiders all held their scores in the fifties: Meg Turner, 50; Sidney Gossom, 51; Hayley Baker, 53; and Courtney Clifford, 58.

  • Trimble defeats Carroll in golf...

    Carroll County Girls Golf team came up short on the links in its first match of the season with Trimble County Monday, Aug. 4 at Fairway Golf Course in Wheatley.

    Trimble defeated the Lady Panther team by a 35-stroke margin, 212-247.

    Jadyn Bailey had the low score, finishing with a 55 for Carroll County. Ciara Hamilton followed with a 61, while Natalie Bennett shot a 64 and Taylor Napier had a 67.

    The Lady Raiders all held their scores in the fifties: Meg Turner, 50; Sidney Gossom, 51; Hayley Baker, 53; and Courtney Clifford, 58.

  • Panther golf returns four...

    Four seniors will lead this year’s edition of the Carroll County High School boys golf team, and their coach has high expectations.

    “Our big goal is to win the Class A and go to the Class A state tournament,” third-year head coach Josh Mefford said. “I think we have a good chance of doing that this year.”

    The team will lean on seniors Levi Stephenson and Clint Burgess, who are the team captains, to post good scores on matches, Mefford said.

  • Panther golf returns four...

    Four seniors will lead this year’s edition of the Carroll County High School boys golf team, and their coach has high expectations.

    “Our big goal is to win the Class A and go to the Class A state tournament,” third-year head coach Josh Mefford said. “I think we have a good chance of doing that this year.”

    The team will lean on seniors Levi Stephenson and Clint Burgess, who are the team captains, to post good scores on matches, Mefford said.

  • Meeting individual goals is main...

    The Lady Panthers golfers look to continue their growth as individual players and as a team this season.

    With the graduation of Hannah McMahan, head coach Tamara Cady said she will look to senior Jadyn Bailey to step into the leadership role. Bailey, who is on track to graduate high school one year early, is always on the golf course practicing and is “super dedicated,” Cady said. “She’s constantly challenging herself. She has fun, but she takes [school and golf] very seriously.”

  • Meeting individual goals is main...

    The Lady Panthers golfers look to continue their growth as individual players and as a team this season.

    With the graduation of Hannah McMahan, head coach Tamara Cady said she will look to senior Jadyn Bailey to step into the leadership role. Bailey, who is on track to graduate high school one year early, is always on the golf course practicing and is “super dedicated,” Cady said. “She’s constantly challenging herself. She has fun, but she takes [school and golf] very seriously.”

  • Preparing for the season

    The Carroll County High School soccer teams participate in British Soccer Camp July 28-Aug. 1, at the high school.