.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

High School Sports

  • Eminence defeats Carroll in 31st District Tournament

    Carroll County girls basketball’s 2018-19 season came to an end Monday night. They lost to Eminence in the 31st District game, 63-55, at CCHS.

    The game had 57 fouls called and seven players foul out, and the teams shot a combined 81 free throws. Pretty was not an adjective used to describe this game.

    Both teams struggled to score from the floor as Carroll managed only 13 made field goals and Eminence made 20 field goals.

  • Panthers lose rematch to Henry County in Districts

    The 31st District Tournament curse continued for Carroll County Tuesday night, as the Panthers were shutout of the district championship game for the 13th straight year. Henry County won the game 85-73 to advance to the title against Gallatin County Thursday night at CCHS.

  • Panthers fall just short against Anderson County, 57-52

    The Carroll County Panthers battled against the visiting Anderson County Bearcats, but in the end they fell short, losing 57-52 Feb. 5.

    “I think our effort is good, but the same thing we said in here yesterday, you have to have some intelligence when you play hard, too,” head coach Brian Crank said. “Sometimes we kill ourselves; we shoot ourselves in the foot. The effort has been there. We just shoot ourselves in the foot. You shoot 40 percent from two-foot you win. Something as simple as that.”

  • Readers On Vacation | CCHS Cheerleaders
  • Carroll falls to North

    Carroll County fought back from a 20-point halftime deficit to North Oldham to cut the lead to 11 with less than four minutes to go in midway through the third quarter Feb. 6. But after a string of turnovers and empty possessions at the end of the third and beginning of the fourth, the game was out of reach. North Oldham won the game, 82-51.

  • Carroll County holds on for win over Williamstown

    It was a nail biter at the end, but the Carroll County Panthers held on to defeat the visiting Williamstown Demons 67-64 Feb. 6.

    “A win’s, a win’s, a win, I guess,” head coach Brian Crank said. He agreed that the team lacks a “killer instinct” to put teams away that they had earlier in the season. “We got out of our routine and now we’re still out of it,” he said, noting how being out of school due to weather has disrupted their normal schedule.

  • Carroll defeats Collegiate in double OT on senior night

    Carroll County defeated Louisville Collegiate 74-69 in double overtime Feb. 12. After struggling to hit free throws during regulation, the Panthers hit most of their free throws in overtime and did a good job of running their offense and milking the clock.

    Before the game, the Panthers recognized Honor Guard senior Mary Barrera, cheerleading seniors Kinley Huesman and Michaela Stethen and basketball seniors Bryce Butcher, Cameron Carter, David Duncan, Dane Lacefield, Kamron Rivers and Logan Rodgers.

  • Carroll pulls out OT win

    Carroll County Lady Panthers had to go to overtime Friday night to pull out a 49-44 victory over Williamstown.

    The tightly contested game saw Williamstown lead by six points in the third quarter and Carroll’s largest lead was the five points at the end of the game.

    Neither team could find the basket as the Lady Panthers shot 29.5 percent from the field while the Lady Demons shot 31.9 percent from the field.

  • Supplee scores 1,000

    Carroll County High School junior Wyatt Supplee scored his 1,000th career point at Henry County Feb. 6. “It feels great,” Supplee said. “All the hard work I’ve put into it and all the dedication I’ve put into the gme. It feels good, but that’s just a little step, and now we just have to keep rolling and focus on the game.”

    Supplee scored on a drive to the basket with 42.6 seconds left in the game. “When all the crowd was screaming, it felt good.”

  • 2019 Basketball HomecomingCourt