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Today's Sports

  • Varsity Lady Panthers take 2nd...

    The Panther cross country team was in action Tuesday, Sept. 13 at General Butler State Resort Park for an NCKC meet against rivals Trimble, Owen, Henry, Gallatin, Walton-Verona and Eminence. The younger Panthers did not compete because they had a meet on Thursday at Switzerland County.
    In the junior varsity race, freshman Krystin Doan vastly improved in her second meet as a Panther, finishing the 3K course in 23:00.61.

  • Sixth/seventh grade wins, eighth...

    The middle school volleyball team split games with Gallatin County Thursday, as the sixth and seventh grade team won 2-0 and the eighth grade team lost 2-1.

    Head coach Emily Brown said she was really proud of the sixth and seventh graders (2-3) and how they rebounded after losing to Williamstown the game before.

  • Girls varsity place 2nd, boys 4th

    Haley Dermon won the junior varsity/middle school girls’ race with a time of 17 mins 39 secs in the Carroll cross country team’s first NCKC meet of the season on Sept. 6. The Lady Panthers finished the meet in second place behind Trimble, and the Panthers finished in fourth place. Also competing in the meet were Henry, Owen, Gallatin and Eminence.

  • Golf briefs - Sept. 14, 2011

    Lady Panthers defeat Gallatin County

    The Lady Panthers golf team defeated the Lady Wildcats 205-227 on Sept. 1. Quincy Hogan medaled, shooting a 41. Taylor Hayden shot a 53, followed by Hannah McMahan, 55; Ashli Childs, 56; Elisha Rabago, 59; Ciara Hamilton, 59; and Jadyn Bailey, 60.

    Panthers shoot season low in split decision

  • Girls’ soccer ties Frankfort, 0-0

    Light rain fell from the sky Wednesday night as the Carroll County Lady Panthers battled the Frankfort Lady Panthers in their first home soccer game of the season. Not only did they share mascots, but the two teams were evenly matched on the field as well. So it was not surprising that the final score would also be identical, 0-0.

  • Carroll defeats KCD 16-14 away

    The Carroll County football team traveled down to Louisville Friday night and returned with a satisfying 16-14 win over Kentucky Country Day, retribution for the 27-7 home loss suffered last season.

    On the opening possession, the Panther (4-0) defense held the Bearcats (3-1) to a three-and-out, forcing a punt. On Carroll’s first play from scrimmage, senior Carson Butcher broke away for a 60-yard touchdown run. The point after kick by senior Ben Newby gave the visitors a 7-0 lead and the momentum.

  • Cross Country meet at Grant...

    The Panther cross country team competed in the 38th annual Grant County Invite Saturday held at Sherman Elementary. Head coach Joe Creager said the course was very fast and several records were broken, including the varsity boys and girls 5K course and the elementary girls 1 mile course.

  • Panthers win Two Rivers...

    The Carroll County Panthers faced the Louisville Evangel Christian School on the soccer field Saturday afternoon and rolled right over the Screaming Eagles, 8-0.

    The Panthers hosted the third annual Two Rivers Invitational tournament, made up of four teams, including Holmes of Northern Kentucky and Henry County in the second game, and a championship game topped off the evening beginning around 8:30 p.m.

  • Girls’ soccer beats Owen to...

    Sept. 12, 2011 was a historic day for Carroll County sports. On that date, the girls’ soccer program won the first game in their program’s history. The win came at the expense of the Owen County Lady Rebels, as the Lady Panthers rolled 5-1 at home.

    “It was like we won the FIFA World Cup,” head coach Greg Damron said of his team’s reaction when the final whistle blew.

  • Trimble roasts Carroll in sweat...

    The Trimble County High School gymnasium was much like a sauna on a sultry Thursday evening last week as the Lady Raiders hosted Carroll County in volleyball. Trimble jumped to an early lead and never trailed in either contest en route to wins of 25-17 and 25-14.

    Trimble head coach Ruth Staples noted her team at times had a tendency to coast after building a large lead. In the opening contest Trimble fronted 22-10 before allowing the Lady Panthers a run that brought them within 24-17 before Trimble closed the door.