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Today's Sports

  • Girls tennis falls to Grant,...

    In recent girls tennis action Carroll County hosted Grant County falling to Lady Brave 2-3, March 25.

    In the No. 1 singles match Carroll’s Jessi Dermon defeated Grant’s Haley Smith 4-6, 6-3, 10-8.

    The No. 2 singles match paired Carroll’s Emilee Walker against Grant’s Emma Hughes with Walker coming up short losing 3-6, 0-6. 

    Carroll had to forfeit the No. 3 singles match to Grant County.

  • Softball defeats Eminence

    A young Carroll County softball team is beginning to find itself as it picked up its first district win with a 9-2 victory over visiting Eminence Tuesday, March 31.

    Carroll jumped out to an early 2-0 lead when sophomores Kyra Kane and Haley Dermon earned walks and scored on senior Mackenzi Hawkins’ double. Hawkins was later thrown out at the plate as the Panthers failed to capitalize with a runner in scoring position and no outs.

  • Senior Hicks throws first career...

    Carroll County High School senior pitcher Zakk Hicks struck out 15 batters en route to his first career no-hitter, as Carroll County defeated Owen County, 11-0, March 24. Hicks threw 102 pitches in the victory.

    When that last out was called, Hicks said he felt “happy, excited because it didn’t get jinxed.”

    Head coach Jimmy Ray said Hicks had a no-hitter into the seventh inning last season against Trimble County.

  • Lady Panthers drop home opener

    The Lady Panthers softball team is experiencing growing pains early this season, suffering back-to-back double-digit losses. Carroll County opened the season with a 15-1 loss at Henry County Monday, and took on Williamstown at Lady Panthers Field Tuesday, falling 13-3.

  • Carroll grad now a national...

    Former Carroll County girls’ basketball standout Hannah Devine is now an NCAA champion.

    Devine’s Thomas More Lady Saints captured the NCAA Division III national championship March 21.

  • Downey named new CCHS football...

    After spending his entire coaching career in Madison, Ind., Lee Downey has finally made it to the Kentucky side of the Ohio River, taking the reins as the new head football coach for Carroll County High School. Downey was formally introduced to players and community members Tuesday, after being officially hired March 18.

    Downey replaces Mike Weedman, who coached the Panthers for eight seasons, posting an overall 44-45 record, 3-8 last year.

  • Girls tennis team is plagued...

    Carroll County girls’ tennis team found out this week that No. 1 singles player Sarah McArter will be out the rest of the year with a back injury.

  • Baseball drops opener to Boone

    Walking the leadoff batter rarely has a positive result. The Carroll County Panthers’ baseball team found out the hard way on opening day March 18, walking the leadoff in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings and losing 5-2 to Boone County.

  • Carroll falls to Spencer after...

    Carroll County and Spencer County played a game of “Can you do one better?” for 10 innings before Spencer County prevailed, 7-4, Monday, March 23.

    Spencer County scored a run in each of the first two innings against Carroll County starter Alex Burns.

    In his first ever varsity start Burns struggled to find the plate in the first inning. Spencer led the game off with a single. Burns struggled to throw strikes and walked in Spencer’s lone run in the inning.

  • Little rookies hoop season...