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Today's Sports

  • Dermon to run in state meet
  • Scholarship winner
  • Carroll County Special Olympics...

    Carroll County Special Olympics competed in the Area 4 Tournament Bowling held Oct. 24-25 in Louisville.

    The following competed in the singles competition: Michelle Barnes, fifth place; Rhonda Burns, second place; Thomas Granger, fourth place; Wally Gross, fifth place; Amanda Hearn, third place; Evie Kyle, second place; Sebastian Kyle, second place; Zach Lynn, first place; Damon Maines, third place; Mary Pyles, fifth place; Chris Roberts, first place; Ricky Wainscott, fourth place; and Dylan Williamson, first place.

  • Cheerleaders, Band of Gold honor...
  • Panthers beat Raiders to lock in...

    The Carroll County Panthers secured a spot in the district playoffs Friday night, defeating Trimble County 52-22 at Panther Field. With a week 11 bye, the Raiders end the season winless, 0-10.

    Trimble head coach Justin Franklin said it was more disappointing not being in the playoffs than it was being shutout this season.

  • Carroll athletes named to All-...
  • Gallatin denies Carroll a repeat...

    Carroll County was unable to score points late in each of the sets as they dropped a 3-0 (25-21, 25-18, 25-23) decision to the Gallatin County Lady Wildcats in the 31st District championship game Oct. 21.

    Gallatin took control midway through the first set opening up a 20-10 lead before Carroll played themselves back into the set behind the serving of Abby Evans as Carroll scored six straight points to pull with in four at 20-16.

  • Simon Kenton too much to handle...

    The Lady Panthers gave it their all, but it was not enough to pull off the upset, as the Simon Kenton Lady Pioneers swept (25-6, 25-7, 25-14) in the first round of the 8th Region Tournament Tuesday, Oct. 27.

    “They came back in that third game and that was nice to see that there at the end, going out with a lot of fight,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said.

  • OT goal propels Panthers to...

    The Carroll County Panthers soccer team continued its historic run Monday night, as the team earned its first 8th Region Tournament victory in school history. The Panthers defeated Grant County 1-0 in overtime Oct. 19, at Owen County High School.

  • Football Panthers fall on the...

    Coming out of the bye week, the Carroll County Panthers suffered a disappointing loss Friday night to district rival Owen County (4-4). The Panthers (3-5) lost on the road, 30-18.

    Head coach Lee Downey said he felt very strongly that they let a win slip away. “In the second half, we let them get to us emotionally, and they outplayed us physically,” he said. “Our players knew some of their players, and, as it always goes, a lot of discussion prior to the game going on. I think it actually helped them out.”