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Today's Sports

  • Baseball Panthers look to repeat...

    Losing 10 seniors in one year should be devastating to a program the following year in any sport. That would especially be true for a group that played a large part in the team finishing 20-11 and winning the “triple crown” — All-A tournament, the conference tournament and the district tournament.

    However, talk to Carroll County High School baseball head coach Jay Jones, and you will find that he’s not concerned.

  • Baseball Panthers look to repeat...

    Losing 10 seniors in one year should be devastating to a program the following year in any sport. That would especially be true for a group that played a large part in the team finishing 20-11 and winning the “triple crown” — All-A tournament, the conference tournament and the district tournament.

    However, talk to Carroll County High School baseball head coach Jay Jones, and you will find that he’s not concerned.

  • Track and field sees return of...

    The News-Democrat
    The return of the pole vault event and the creation of an elementary school squad are two new changes this year for the Carroll County High School track and field team.

  • Boys tennis home opener set for...

    The News-Democrat

    Youthful experience is the key to success for the Panthers’ tennis team this upcoming season. The team lost just one senior last year and returns their number one and two singles players — freshman Raven Powers and sophomore Josh McCarty — and one-half of the number one doubles pair — sophomore Brandon Stewart.

  • CAC girls win final game of...
  • BASKETBALL CHAMPS
  • Lady Panthers’ regionals streak...

    The News-Democrat
    The Lady Panthers “didn’t play well enough to win” against the Lady Wildcats of Gallatin County, losing 51-40 in the first round of the 31st District tournament Tuesday, held at Henry County High School. This ends their streak of seven straight years the team has won their first-round game and thereby played in the 8th Region tournament.

  • Panthers tossed in tourney opener

    The News-Democrat

    The 2010-11 basketball season came to an end for the Carroll County Panthers Wednesday. The local lads were ousted from Kentucky High School Athletic Association postseason play by Henry County, 71-50, in the first round of the 31st District Tournament at New Castle.

  • Sheriff warns of scam calls

    The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office received several calls last week from citizens who were contacted via telephone regarding credit cards. It appears this activity is a scam, Sheriff Jamie Kinman said in a news release.
    The typical scenario involves a person receiving a telephone call from a number that appears to be local. The number often appears on caller ID boxes with a 732 exchange and sometimes has a name associated with the number. Upon answering the phone, a solicitation is begun regarding a person’s ability to obtain lower credit card interest rates.

  • Ballinger named Player of Week...

    Whitney Ballinger of Campbellsville University was named the NAIA National Division I Women’s Basketball Player of the Week on Feb. 22. The honor is the fourth of her career, setting her apart from all other NAIA Division I women’s basketball players as the only one to receive the honor more than three times.
    Ballinger was selected based on her performances from Feb. 14-20 and was chosen out of a pool of conference/independent/unaffiliated groupings.