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Today's Sports

  • We are the Champions ...

    The Carroll County Yellow Jackets and Mighty Mites recently won the Oldham County Youth Football League Championships. To celebrate, the two teams took a ride through town on the Carrollton Fire Department fire engines and had more fun at Westrick Park.

  • Embs ends high school career...

    As the old saying goes, records were made to be broken. And running back Tyshaun Embs has shattered six of them in his senior campaign for the Carroll County Panthers football team.

    Embs is the new school record holder for the most rushing yards in a game (420), most touchdowns scored in a game (6), most points scored in a game (36), most touchdowns scored in a season (27), most rushing yards in a season (2,507) and most points scored in a season (164).

  • Crank, Tuttle win XC awards

  • Players honored at recent soccer...

    Not pictured: The following CCHS boys team members also received awards: Jacob Beach, most improved; Denis Perez, defensive MVP; Michael Hall, offensive MVP; Cody Damron, team MVP. Head coach Ben Crutcher said this is the first year a freshman has won the overall team MVP award.

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  • Panthers fall in playoffs to...

    Three first-half turnovers were too much to overcome for the Carroll County football Panthers as they lost 34-20 to Lloyd Memorial in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs Friday at Lloyd Memorial High School in Erlanger.

    “We played good, but we could have played a lot better,” head coach Mike Weedman said. “I think the turnovers probably was the difference in the game. … We were not coming here for a moral victory; we came here to win. It was a tough loss, but I’m proud of the team and how hard they fought.”

  • Varsity takes down alum in...
  • Ogden, Hawkins members of an...

    By DAVE TAYLOR
    Landmark News Service

    Carroll County softball standouts Kelsey Ogden and Sarah Hawkins are members of the prestigious Kentucky S.W.A.T.T. 16 and Under College Showcase softball team. The team also includes Trimble County High School’s Kayla Baker.

    Ogden is the daughter of Jackie and Mary Ogden of Sanders. Hawkins is the daughter of Dennis and Jo Ellen Hawkins of Carrollton. Baker is the daughter of Kevin and Rhonda Bradley of Bedford.

  • Carroll drops Dayton, 32-14

    The Panthers ended the regular season on a high note, winning 32-14 on the road against Dayton.

    Senior running back Tyshaun Embs broke Randy Green’s school record for touchdowns scored in a single season (25). Embs scored his 26th and 27th against the Greendevils during the second half.

    Weather was a factor in Friday night’s game, contributing to five total fumbles, three by Carroll and two by Dayton.