High School Sports

  • Carroll tennis drops home matches to Gallatin

    Carroll County tennis fell to visiting Gallatin County, 3-2 in girls’ matches and 5-0 in boys’ matches (including two forfeits) March 28.

    In girls’ action, No. 1 doubles team seniors Jessi Dermon and Taylor Courtney won, 6-3, 6-0. Head coach Juan Fernandez said they were the superior team and played very well. No. 3 singles senior Ashley Davidson won her match, 6-1, 6-1. Fernandez said she played pretty good. “She was putting a heavy spin on the ball tonight,” he said.

  • Panther Tennis

    Carroll County at Spencer County, March 9

    Girls (Carroll wins, 3-2)

    No. 1 singles: Jessi Dermon vs. Erika Salandanar, 8-4

    No. 2 singles: Taylor Courtney vs. Caitlyn Stevens, 8-0

    No. 3 singles: Forfeit

    No. 1 doubles: Ashley Davidson and Kendall Conley vs. Ali Henderson and Lauren Lambdin, 3-8

    No. 2 doubles: Emilee Walker and Ashley Spenneberg vs. Ahi Wernert and Karli Ackers, 8-2

    Carroll County at Western Hills, March 16

    Girls (Western Hills wins, 4-1)

  • Lady Panthers pick up win over Newport Central Catholic, 6-0

    Carroll County Lady Panther softball picked up a much needed win against Newport Central Catholic High School in their final game of The News-Democrat Carroll County Classic, April 1.

    The 6-0 win ended a six game losing streak as Carroll prepares to leave on a spring break trip where they will play four games in the Bob Jones Invitational in Huntsville, Ala.

  • Carroll misses opportunities against Trimble, lose 4-3

    The first Carroll County verses Trimble County softball border war game went to the Lady Raiders as they won round one 4-3 at the Carroll County Classic tournament sponsored by The News-Democrat, April 1.

  • Carroll opens tournament with 9-0 loss to Ryle High

    Carroll County experienced a rough start in their home tournament Friday night, losing 9-0 in six innings to Ryle in The News-Democrat Carroll County Classic.

    “I don’t necessarily think we had the energy we should have had,” head coach Chelsie Roy said. “Andrea [Searcy] had five walks, our at bats, we had a base running mistake, just all that put together. We just did not come to play that game at all.”

  • Oak hits walk-off to complete comeback against Gallatin

    Down three runs in the bottom of the seventh, the Carroll County Panthers rallied with their backs against the wall as eighth-grader Deaton Oak hit an RBI single up the middle to win the game over district rival Gallatin County, 6-5, March 23.

  • On the road | March 30, 2017

    Baseball falls to Pioneers

  • Lady Panthers give up one-run lead in seventh, fall 9-5

    Carroll County was able to overcome two first inning errors and carried a 3-2 lead into the top of the seventh inning. Unfortunately the seventh inning was not kind as an error on the first batter led to four more errors as Boone County scored seven runs to take a 9-3 lead. The Lady Panthers made a little noise in the bottom of the seventh, but Boone held on for a 9-5 victory March 23.

    The first two Boone County batters reached on errors, but Carroll’s defense stiffened behind pitcher Andrea Searcy and only allowed one run.

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  • Carroll pulls out one-run win over Owen in nine innings

    It was the ultimate pitching and defensive battle Monday night between district foes Carroll and Owen. Scoreless through regulation, it took the international tiebreaker rule to get the offenses going. Both teams scored in the eighth, and it was senior Hannah Polley’s single to right field that was the game-winner, 2-1 Carroll County.