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  • Panthers’ comeback against...

    Despite a miraculous fourth-quarter comeback after being down by as much as 13 points, the Carroll County Panthers (3-4) could not pull out the victory, losing 63-61, to Shawe Memorial (2-5) Dec. 21, in the opening round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic. The Panthers played Cincinnati School of Performing Arts in the consolation round Dec. 22, and would play again Dec. 23. Results were unavailable by press time.

  • Lady Panthers show fight in...

    The Lady Panthers persevered in its matchup against Owen County Friday, earning their first win–an important district win–of the season. Carroll County led at halftime, but was outscored in the third quarter, forcing them to dig deep for the victory. They outscored the Lady Rebels 15-7 in the fourth to hold on to win, 51-47.

  • Panthers pounded by Owen, 82-37

    Missed shots in the second quarter took what had been a close game and quickly turned it into a blowout, as the Rebels outscored the Panthers 20-4 to take a 41-18 lead into halftime. Owen County would eventually win the game, 82-37.

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  • In battle of first-year coaches...

    In a contest between veterans and upstarts, Carroll County’s visiting Panthers gave a basketball clinic to new head coach Stacey May’s Trimble County Raiders to the tune of 68-50 Thursday in Trimble’s home opener of the 2015-16 high school basketball season.

  • Donahue scores career high in...

    The Carroll County Panthers jumped out to an early 8-2 lead in a game that featured runs by both teams as the host Panthers defeated Williamstown, 82-69, Dec 5.

    Carroll County senior Jackson “Boo” Donahue started off the game with two 3-point shots sandwiched around a put back by senior Austin Crank, 8-2. Carroll would never trail in the game.

  • Poor free throw shooting hinders...

    Trimble County High School celebrated the school’s 42-year girls basketball legacy Friday while hosting border rival Carroll County in the Lady Raiders’ home opener of the 2015-16 basketball season. Poor free throw shooting plagued the Lady Panthers who, competing in their first contest of the young season, were defeated 66-39.

  • Lady Panthers’ offense struggles...

    The Lady Panthers saw their 16-10 first-quarter lead squandered, as their offense stalled in the second and third quarters. The visiting South Oldham Lady Dragons (2-1) outscored the Lady Panthers 27-7 during that stretch to ultimately win, 45-33.

  • Poor free throw shooting hinders...

    By DAVE TAYLOR

    Landmark News Service

    Trimble County High School celebrated the school’s 42-year girls basketball legacy Friday while hosting border rival Carroll County in the Lady Raiders’ home opener of the 2015-16 basketball season. Poor free throw shooting plagued the Lady Panthers who, competing in their first contest of the young season, were defeated 66-39.