Today's Sports

  • Girls tennis nets win over...

    The Carroll County High School tennis teams took on Western Hills Friday night at the county park. The girls won their match 4-1, but the boys lost 4-1.

    The Panthers teams have not played very many matches because of weather-related cancelations and spring break.

    The Lady Panthers “totally dominated” Western Hills, head coach Juan Fernandez said in an email. The girls are 5-0 this season and keep getting better. He said he sees nothing but upside with the team.

  • Elementary track season canceled

    Due to unforeseen circumstances at Henry County they have canceled all of their meets for this season. This means there will not be any Elementary track meets this season, track coach Joe Creager said in an email. “We look forward to having your son/daughter out in the fall for cross country and again next spring for (track),” he wrote. “I’m sorry for the inconvenience.” For any questions, contact Creager at Carroll County High School, (502) 732-7075.

  • Carroll County bests visiting St...

    On a cool Thursday evening at Panther Field, the home team kept things exciting until the very end. After building a three-run lead, the Panthers stumbled in the seventh, allowing the visiting St. Henry Crusaders to tie the game. But the Panthers did not fall, scoring in the bottom of the eighth off a line drive down the third baseline by Zakk Hicks to win the game, 8-7.

  • Burgin ranked 8th in Class A...

    The Carroll County Panthers are pleased to announce that junior Tre Burgin is ranked No. 8 in Class A Track and Field for pole vault in the first official weeks rankings posted by kytrackxc.com, head coach Joe Creager anounced.

     Burgin has only been able to vault once this weather shortened season, but he acheieve a personal best of 8 feet at Henry County. He looks to improve on his previous vault this week when the Panthers are in action at Henry County for the Wildcat Relays on Thursday.

  • Softball ends slump with win...

    Mackenzie Ogden’s two-run homer over the centerfield fence helped lift Carroll County to a 4-0 victory over Grant County at home Monday, April 8.

    Both teams struggled at the plate against two different types of pitchers. Carroll’s Sarah Hawkins excels at keeping the ball on the ground, allowing her infield to take care of business. She struck out four batters, while allowing just two hits and one walk.

  • Panthers Perseverance: Win 11-5...

    The Panthers overcame a 5-0 first-inning deficit and the ejection of their head coach to rally together and win 11-5 over district rival Gallatin County in a rare weekday afternoon game, Friday, April 5.

    Starting pitcher John Michael Adams struggled early on, allowing four hits and three walks in the top of the first, leading to Gallatin’s five runs. But the junior rebounded, fanning six batters and giving up just one hit the rest of the way. Adams finished with eight strikeouts, five hits, five walks and one hit-by-pitch.

  • 3 on 3 basketball game benefits...

    Team Robbins will host a 3 on 3, with a sub basketball tournament on Saturday, April 6 at the Robert Westrick Memorial Park (county park). 

    Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. with games beginning at noon.  Registration fee is $40 with the winning team receiving 25 percent.  If you are interested in participating or have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael McGuire at (502) 514-6993 or Jeremy Hunt at (502) 525-4670.  All proceeds will go to the Carroll County Relay For Life.  Help us fight this dreaded disease of cancer.

  • Baseball briefs | April 3, 2013

    Carroll crushes Eminence, 29-0

    The Panthers scored 15 runs in the first inning, cruising to a 29-0 landslide victory over Eminence Thursday. Chase Osborne earned the win on the mound, pitching three innings. The senior lefty struck out seven, walked one and gave up two hits.

    Fellow senior A.J. Dixon pitched two innings, giving up just one hit, striking out four and hitting one batter.

    The Panthers collected 23 hits, and the Warriors also gave up seven errors.

  • Softball Briefs | April 3, 2012

    Ladies lose lead, fall to Gallatin in nine

    After leading the entire game, the Lady Panthers left the door open for the visiting Lady Wildcats, who swept past and stole a 4-3 win in nine innings Thursday, March 28.

    Carroll struck first as Kayla Williamson reached on an error and Kelsey Ogden brought her home with a homerun over the centerfield fence. Gallatin answered in the top of the second as Hayden Seng hit a leadoff triple to right field and scored off a Carroll error.

  • Track competes at Walton-Verona

    Ashley Srouder threw a season-best 27 feet 6.25 inches in the shot put, good enough for fifth place for Carroll County in a track meet Saturday, March 23 at Walton-Verona Sports Complex.
    The Panthers competed against some of the best teams in the state, including a team from Dearborn, Mich., head coach Joe Creager said. Srouder was the only Panthers, male or female, to break the top 6 and earn points for the team.
    There were nearly 20 teams in competition.
    Brandon Franklin finished in ninth place in the shot put.