High School Sports

  • Carroll girls come out flat, lose to Gallatin, 9-0

    A Gallatin County goal within the first 30 seconds of the match quickly deflated Carroll County and set the tone for the rest of the match, as the Lady Wildcats won, 9-0, Sept. 29.

    Gallatin’s offense took the ball off the opening tip and dribbled straight down the field, as Aurora Cocchetto scored with just 17 seconds ticked off the clock.

  • Gallatin shuts out Carroll, 51-0; Panthers on bye, take on Owen Oct. 14

    The Carroll County Panthers football team was shutout Friday night at Gallatin County, losing 51-0. Gallatin amassed 369 total yards (315 rushing and 54 passing) compared to 73 total yards for Carroll (20 rushing and 53 passing).

    Head coach Lee Downey did not return phone calls Tuesday for comment.

  • Lady Panthers tie Paris in senior night matchup

    Carroll County girls’ soccer team did not get off to a good start on senior night Monday, Oct. 3, as they allowed visiting Paris to double it’s season’s goal total in the first 10 minutes of the match. But luckily, the Lady Panthers were able to match them, as the game ended in a 2-2 tie.

    Paris High School had only scored two goals all season heading into the match, and they scored just two minutes and 39 seconds into the match. They would add a second goal with 31 minutes left in the half.

  • Volleyball picks up district win over HC

    Carroll County’s Lady Panther volleyball team picked up a much needed district win when they defeated Henry County 3-1 (25-10, 14-25, 26-24 and 27-25) Sept. 27.

    Carroll has split matches with Eminence and Henry County, but has lost both matches to Gallatin and Owen counties. The Lady Panthers will be either the four or five seed in the district tournament when it begins Oct. 17.

  • Panthers soccer claims top spot in districts with win

    Carroll County clinched the top seed in the 31st District Tournament with a 3-1 victory over Gallatin County Sept. 29. The two teams split contests this season, with Gallatin defeating Carroll 2-1 on a shootout Sept. 20, but because Carroll won by two goals, they were awarded the tiebreaker.

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  • Lady Panthers volleyball defeats Williamstown, 3-1

    The Lady Panthers volleyball team succeeded in the challenging task of defeating the same team three times in one season, earning their third victory over Williamstown, 3-1, Sept. 20.

    “It’s hard to beat a team three times in one season, so it’s a good win for our team and a good conference win,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said.

    Eaglin said the girls were enthusiastic about their new warm-up routine, which helped set the tone for the game.

  • Ladies soccer shut out by Cooper

    The Lady Panthers defense was pressured most of the afternoon as Cooper took 43 shots on goals, en route to a 10-0 victory over Carroll County Saturday. Keeper Houston Lindsay was credited with 21 saves.

    Defender Caitlin Poe left the game with an injury with 29:57 remaining in the second half, and midfielder Amelia Service also was injured toward the end of the match.

  • Panthers tie Villa Madonna, 2-2

    Panthers soccer head coach Kevin States said his team played its best game of the season, as Carroll tied visiting Villa Madonna, 2-2, Saturday, Sept. 24.

    The Panthers came out on the offensive, as Guillermo Cruz and Trystan Amick took the first two shots of the game within the first five minutes, but both were wide of the goal. The game was pretty evenly matched early, as both teams had runs and shots on goal.

  • Walton-Verona shuts out Carroll County, 36-0

    Carroll County traded Walton-Verona punts for touchdowns in the first half, quickly falling behind the visiting Bearcats. The Bearcats led 30-0 at halftime and scored the final touchdown of the game with 8:05 left in the third quarter, 36-0, initiating the running clock for the remainder of the game.

    “We couldn’t get anything going on the offensive side of the ball,” head coach Lee Downey said. “We were struggling on defense. We weren’t tackling very well.”