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Today's Sports

  • Gallatin defeats Carroll, 56-33

    By KRISTIN BECK and

    COREY GROSECLOSE

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers (3-10) fell behind in the second quarter and were unable to catch up, losing 56-33 to Gallatin County Saturday, Jan. 9.

    Both teams got off to a slow start offensively, as Gallatin’s Peyton Morgan hit the first basket of the game at the 3:18 mark. The Lady Wildcats (9-7) led 6-4 after one quarter of play.

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    The Carroll County High School boys basketball team played in the PBI/Danny Annis Classic Dec. 28-30. The Panthers defeated Edmonson County, but lost to Ohio County and Owensboro Catholic.

    Carroll lost 68-56 to Ohio County Dec. 28. The Panthers trailed by five at the end of the first quarter, and still found themselves behind by five at halftime. Ohio County slowly pulled away in the third and fourth quarters.

    Ohio County’s Travis Carter led all scorers with a double-double, 25 points and 11 rebounds.

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  • Groseclose reaches 1,000 points...

    Carroll County Lady Panthers concluded the Tuesday night district boy/girl double header with a 42-39 overtime victory over the visiting Henry County Lady Wildcats. Senior Miranda Groseclose signed her name into the CCHS record books, joining the 1,000 point club.

    The night began full of anticipation for Groseclose, as she entered the game just nine points away from 1,000. But it also led to a slow start for the Lady Panthers.

  • Carroll falls to Ludlow

    Carroll County head girls’ basketball coach Paul Stone drew up a play that almost worked to tie up the game at the buzzer Saturday, as the Lady Panthers dropped a 37-35 decision to the visiting Ludlow Lady Panthers.

    Carroll County had to go the length of the floor with 2.6 seconds left in the game. Haley Dermon threw the ball in to Abigail Aulbach at mid-court, who passed the ball to Miranda Groseclose. Groseclose took a dribble and the horn went off before she could get a shot off.

  • Homecoming Court

    Carroll County High School’s winter homecoming will be held Friday, Jan. 8. The ceremony will be held between the JV and varsity boys basketball game at about 7:30 p.m. The Panthers take on Gallatin County.

  • Panthers defeat Raiders, 51-32,...

    Carroll County rebounded after a tight game with Shawe Memorial the night before to defeat the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, 51-32, in the second round of the North American Stainless Basketball Classic Dec. 22.

    After leading by seven at halftime, the Panthers’ defense held the Raiders to just 12 second-half points and forced 18 turnovers on the night.