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High School Sports

  • Lady Panthers blank Bellevue on Senior Night

    The Lady Panthers soccer team celebrated Senior Night with a big win over Bellevue, 8-0, Oct. 1.

    Carroll County got on the board quickly, as Cheyanne Scherder scored just over two minutes in. About two minutes later, Sarah Marshall added a second goal on Carroll’s second shot.

    Bellevue made a run off a Carroll County offsides penalty, but keeper Ashlyn Davis came out to pick it up. Isabella Vilela attempted a header, but it was deflected by the defense.

  • Lady Panthers honor five seniors, fall to Henry Co.

    It was an emotional night for the Lady Panthers volleyball team, as they celebrated their five seniors before the game–Hailey Austin, Allie Beach, Kay Gaddis, Amelia Napier and Jordan Ray. They were high-energy entering the game, but unfortunately the visiting Henry County Lady Cats ruined the party, winning 3-0, Sept. 27.

    “Overall, we just made simple mistakes that obviously cost us,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said.

    The Lady Panthers connected on 78 percent of their serves, seven points off their goal of 85 percent, and committed 28 dig errors.

  • Foreman, McCarty named to All-Tournament Team
  • Panthers defeat Whitefield 4-1 on Senior Day

    The Carroll County Panthers’ soccer team scored three quick goals against visiting Whitefield Academy, allowing them to cruise to a 4-1 victory Sept. 22, on Senior Day.

  • XC runs at Frankfort

    The Carroll County High School cross country team competed in the Capitol View Classic Saturday, Sept. 22, in Frankfort. The other schools competing were Butler, South Oldham, John Hardin, Frankfort and Frankfort Christian Academy (boys only).

    Junior Justin Williams led the Panthers, finishing 42nd with a time of 22 minutes 56 seconds. Junior Derrius Watson finished 51st (26 minutes, 15 seconds), followed by eighth-grader Aiden Crutcher (27 minutes), seventh-grader Harley Reynolds (42 minutes, 43 seconds) and junior Will Wallace (46 minutes, 18 seconds).

  • Boys fall to Gallatin in penalty kicks, 1-0

    The Carroll County Panthers controlled the ball the majority of the game Sept. 20, and outshot the visiting Gallatin County Wildcats. But ultimately, the game ended in a 0-0 tie after regulation and two overtimes, sending the game into penalty kicks. The Wildcats went 4-5, besting the Panthers by one shot to win the match, 1-0.

  • Volleyball fights, but falls to Grant County, 2-0

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers volleyball team had its chances against Grant County Sept. 18. But ultimately, they could not overcome their defensive errors, losing 2-0 (25-18, 25-22).

    Overall, the team had 34 digs, but 14 dig errors. They also had 13 serve-receive errors and 12 attack errors. However, they hit their serving percentage goal at 85 percent.

  • Girls post district win over Gallatin

    It took more than 77 minutes, but the Carroll County Lady Panthers finally broke the 0-0 tie with Gallatin County Sept. 20. Sarah Marshall made a run down the sideline and took a shot on goal. It was deflected by the keeper, but Hannah McCarty was right there to kick it back into the corner of the net, 1-0, with 2:40 left in the game. With 23 seconds left, Carroll County added a second goal as Marshall shot from the outside of the box and it hit the top cross bar and fell into the goal.

  • Carroll cruises past Gallatin, pitching a shutout, 54-0

    The Carroll County Panthers’ defense held Gallatin County to just 12 total yards, as the Panthers shutout the Wildcats, 54-0, Sept. 21.

    “I think the guys came out ready and were focused,” head coach Hunter Cantwell said Tuesday. “Gallatin was missing some guys with injuries at crucial spots, but we still wanted to see if the guys could execute and for the most part they did.”

  • Carroll place 4th in girls and 5th in boys NCKC golf tournament

    Carroll County boys golf team place fifth and the girls golf team placed fourth in the NCKC golf tournament Sept. 18, at Fairview golf course in Wheatley, Ky.

    Josh Adams was the team medalist for Carroll County boys’ team with a 91. Adam Froman shot a 98, Connor Hartman shot a 101, Kennedy Daigle shot a 106 and Jaxon Hewitt shot a 114. Dane Lacefield was unable to play in the tournament.