High School Sports

  • On the Road

    Girls roll at KCD

    Carroll County Lady Panthers defeated Kentucky Country Day 52-18 on the road Jan. 30. Amelia Napier posted a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Andrea Searcy led the team with 15 points, followed by Abigail Aulbach and Napier with 12. Peyton Devine scored five points, Abby Evans scored four points, and Katie Osborne and Clara Tuttle each scored two points.

    Boys fall to North

  • Spencer County pulls away in the fourth quarter, wins 60-40

    It was a tight game through the beginning of the third quarter between Carroll County and visiting Spencer County. But eventually the Bears broke down the Panthers’ defense and toughened up on the offensive glass, and the Panthers couldn’t keep up offensively. Spencer County won the game, 60-40 Jan. 30.

  • Lady Panthers honor seniors, drop tight game to Lloyd

    County Lady Panthers held the lead for most of the game on senior night but a victory was not to be had as Carroll was defeated by the Lloyd Memorial Lady Juggernauts, 50-47.

    “We do not have anyone who wants the ball when we get late into the fourth quarter of a tight game,” Carroll County head coach Ron Henderson said after the game. “This is something we have been working on all season. I will say that Mel [Amelia Napier] wanted the ball in the fourth quarter.”

  • Cheer, Cheer for Carroll County High!
  • Yager, Travis named to Wall of Fame; ceremony Feb. 6

    Two Carroll County High School alumni have been the latest selected to join the Wall of Fame, a recognition given to the school’s outstanding student-athletes. Carroll Yager, class of 1971, and John Travis, class of 1974, will be honored at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6, between the Panthers’ JV and varsity basketball games against Anderson County. A reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria.

  • Panthers avenge loss to Warriors with blowout win

    Carroll County boys’ basketball kicked off homecoming night with a 78-50 district win over the visiting Eminence Warriors.

    Carroll‘s Wyatt Supplee’s old fashioned three-pointer off a made layup and free throw put the Panthers up 8-6, a lead they did not relinquish the rest of the game.

    Supplee added a 3-pointer and another layup as he extended the lead to 13-8. Bryce Butcher added a 3-pointer, and Devin McAlister and Eli Yocum each added two-point baskets as Carroll opened up a 10-point lead at the end of the first quarter, 20-10.

  • On the road | Feb. 1, 2018

    Carroll drops tight game to Frankfort

    In the battle of the Lady Panthers, Frankfort squeezed out a victory on their home floor Jan. 20, winning 43-40, putting both teams with an 11-10 record. Carroll County outshot Frankfort 38.2 percent to 28.8 percent, but Frankfort outrebounded them 39-32.

    Frankfort’s Tamara Bennett led all scorers with 13 points.

  • Lady Panthers post huge second quarter, but must hold on to win

    It was a rocky game for the Carroll County Lady Panthers, but in the end, they held on for a 50-46 win over district opponent Eminence on homecoming night Jan. 27.

    The Lady Warriors jumped out to a 15-11 first-quarter lead, but the Lady Panthers answered, outscoring their opponent 21-4 to head to the locker room with a 32-19 lead.

  • Cheer, Cheer for Carroll County High!
  • Carroll Panthers battle, but fall to South Oldham

    The Carroll County Panthers came out confident Tuesday night against South Oldham, frustrating the Dragons and forcing the starters to the bench for most of the first quarter. But South’s talent eventually overwhelmed the Panthers, as the Dragons left Carroll County with a 91-69 victory.