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Today's News

  • Frye recognized for ACT score

    Carroll County Middle School seventh-grader Andrew Frye earned state recognition for hitting benchmark scores on an ACT exam that students took as part of the Duke’s Talent Search program. In recognition of his college-ready benchmark scores on the ACT, Frye attended a ceremony May 23, at Western Kentucky University. Additionally, WKU, Duke and other institutions have invited him to participate in summer camps as a result of his scores.

  • New Triple Threat Award recognizes three-season, multi-sport athletes

    In an effort to continue the national emphasis and the KHSAA’s own efforts to de-emphasize sports specialization in the athletic culture, the Association recently launched the “Triple Threat Award” program to recognize those students who participate in high school athletics year round.

    The award, which is given to student-athletes who participate in a KHSAA sport or sport-activity on the varsity level during each season of the academic year (fall/winters/spring), will be presented to a total of 1,814 student-athletes for 2017-18.

  • Let’s win two: Carroll wins back-to-back district titles

    For the fourth time in five years, the Carroll County High School baseball team is 31st District Tournament champions. After a semi-final win over Gallatin County, the Panthers upset Henry County, 3-2, May 23, on the Wildcats’ home field.

  • Lady Panthers win school’s first fast-pitch district title

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers fast-pitch softball team won its first ever 31st District Tournament Championship May 23. They defeated Owen County 1-0 at Henry County High School, scoring their lone run in the first inning.

    The game was a quick, defensive one, as the two teams registered a combined six hits and two walks. Neither team gave the other an inch, so an inch was all the Lady Panthers needed to take home the fast-pitch district trophy for the first time.

  • Lady Panthers fall to Walton-Verona in Regional, 2-0

    Sometimes it’s the little things that can ultimately make the difference in a ball game, especially in softball and baseball. Carroll County and Walton-Verona both struggled at the plate, but the Lady Bearcats’ two runs in the top of the third were all it took to secure the win, 2-0, in the 8th Region Tournament on Memorial Day at Henry County High School.

  • Panthers fall in Regional, 21-7

    Carroll County limited its district opponents to a combined total of 21 base runners in route to winning the 31st District championship May 23. But Carroll County allowed South Oldham 28 baserunners in the 21-7 loss in the first round of the 8th Region tournament Monday.

  • New Triple Threat Award recognizes three-season, multi-sport athletes

    In an effort to continue the national emphasis and the KHSAA’s own efforts to de-emphasize sports specialization in the athletic culture, the Association recently launched the “Triple Threat Award” program to recognize those students who participate in high school athletics year round.

    The award, which is given to student-athletes who participate in a KHSAA sport or sport-activity on the varsity level during each season of the academic year (fall/winters/spring), will be presented to a total of 1,814 student-athletes for 2017-18.

  • Frye recognized for ACT score
  • Golf outing June 9 for Stephenson

    A four-person golf scramble will be held Saturday, June 9, at Sugar Bay Golf Course, with proceeds benefiting the family of Ashton Stephenson. The scramble will begin at 2 p.m. Cost is $200 per team. Golf, car, food and drinks are included in the price.

    Earl Floyd Ford will sponsor a hole-in-one contest. The first person to hit a hole in one on the 13th hole will win a 2018 Ford Escape. Other hole-in-one prizes on the other par 3 holes at the course will be an Apple TV, 50-inch flat screen and home sound system.

  • Osborne hired as new superintendent

    Carroll County Board of Education unanimously voted May 24, to approve a four-year contract with former Owen County High School principal Danny Osborne as the new superintendent of Carroll County Schools. Osborne will replace Interim Superintendent Ron Livingood, Ed.D., who was signed to a one-year contract while the Board of Education searched for a long-term replacement for former superintendent Bill Hogan.