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Today's Sports

  • Carroll County Special Olympics...

    Summer Special Olympics Games 2014, Track and Field competitions, were held June 6-8, at Eastern Kentucky University. The following are the results:

  • CCHS Cheerleading Camp July 28-...

    CCHS Panthers Cheerleading Camp will be  from 5-7 p.m., July 28-Aug. 1 at Carroll County High School. Camp is for children ages four through fifth grade. Children will learn the fundamentals of cheer, including motions, jumps, tumbling, cheers and chants. Campers will perform Friday, Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m. for their family and friends. Admission to the performance is $1.

    The cost is $25 per child and $10 for each additional child. In order to be guaranteed a t-shirt, registration must be turned in by July 25.

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  • Ray named to regional All-Star...

    Carroll County High School baseball player Justin Ray was selected to play in the Sophomore East/West All-Star game. The game was held at 10 a.m. June 18 at Bryan Station High School in Lexington. A total of 32 sophomores from the state were chosen, two from each region. Those players will be put on opposing teams for the game. The team was picked from coaches in each region. The other player joining Ray to represent Region 8 is Garrett Lehkamp of Walton-Verona.

  • Lady Panthers basketball camp
  • Craig graduates from Hanover

    D.C. Craig, a 2010 graduate of Carroll County High School, graduated from Hanover College May 24.

    Craig earned a scholarship to play baseball for Hanover and played all four years of his college career. Over four years, Craig played in 88 games and started 60 of them. He hit .246 in his career with 57 hits –17 doubles –and 34 RBIs.

    Craig is the son of David and Shelley Craig of Carrollton. His younger brother, Dillon, is a rising sophomore at Hanover College and also plays baseball for the Hanover Panthers.

  • We’ve Got Next

    Carroll County High School tennis held its first youth camp June 4-6. Overall, there were about 30 campers between the older and younger groups.

  • Burns, Corbin compete at state...

    Two Carroll County High School track and field athletes competed at the KHSAA State Track Championship Meet May 24 at the University of Kentucky Outdoor Track Facility.

    Senior Michael Burns finished 20th in the Class 1A boys long jump event. His longest jump was 17 feet 3.25 inches.

    Freshman Malachi Corbin finished 24th in the Class 1A boys discus throw. His longest throw was 96 feet.

  • Ogden, Williamson, Hawkins named...