High School Sports

  • Ladies soccer falls to Gallatin, 7-0

    Carroll County’s girls soccer team gave a better effort against Gallatin County Sept. 22, and had some scoring opportunities late, but ultimately lost 7-0.

    The Lady Panthers played without senior leader Kelsey Wallace, who sat out with a medical issue, and lost senior Shay Saulsberry in the second half to a leg injury after she and a Gallatin County player collided.

  • Carroll picks up a pair of district wins

    Carroll County ran its district record to 3-2 with road wins at Owen County and Eminence Sept. 10 and 17.

    Carroll defeated Owen County 3-2 (22-25, 25-22, 22-25, 25-12, 15-5) in a match that mirrored how well Carroll attacked. In the sets they lost, the team had 18 attack errors to go with just six kills. In the sets the team won, they had 18 kills and only five attack errors.

  • Carroll football wins at Eminence

    The Panthers football team dominated the second quarter, outscoring the home team Eminence Warriors 30-6, en route to a 60-26 road win. In addition to being the team’s second win of the season, it was also significant because their former assistant coach, Brian Dorshefski, and former head coach, Mike Weedman, were standing on the opposite sideline.

  • Lady Panthers fall, 10-0, to Henry

    The Henry County Lady Cats kept the pressure on the Carroll County Lady Panthers’ defense all evening, ultimately winning by mercy rule 10-0 with less than 30 seconds to go in the game Sept. 17. Carroll keeper Houston Lindsay took 40 shots on goal from the team head coach Greg Damron said is the one to beat in the 31st District.

  • Marshall ties own scoring record in Panthers’ victory

    Junior David Marshall tied his own school record for most goals in a single game with six in Carroll County’s 10-0 win over Henry County Sept. 17.

    “The goal wasn’t to get him six goals or anything, it just kind of worked itself out that way,” head coach Ben Crutcher said. “I was pleased with everybody’s effort. Everybody stepped up, especially with missing a starter tonight.”

    The Panthers played without starter Tyler Stewart, who missed two games after drawing a red card against KCD Sept. 15.

  • Panthers cross country hosts first home meet in preparation for NCKC

    The Carroll County cross country team hosted its first home meet of the season Sept. 15, at the General Butler State Resort Park golf course. Running in the 5K race were Carroll County, Trimble County, Henry County, Eminence, Owen County and Gallatin County. Trimble and Owen were the only schools to field complete boys’ teams, with Trimble winning the race. For the girls, Henry finished in first place, followed by Owen and Trimble.

  • Defense plays well, but KCD ‘O’ too much to handle

    The Carroll County Panthers gave a valiant effort, but it was not enough to get a win over Kentucky Country Day in the All ‘A’ regional Tuesday, Sept. 15 at Panther Field. KCD, ranked in the top 25 statewide, won 3-0 and will advance to the state tournament.

  • Volleyball falls in five sets to Henry

    Carroll County volleyball’s failure to finish points ended with a 3-2 loss to district rival Henry County, Sept. 8.

    “Positioning killed us tonight,” head coach Lynn Eaglin said. “We had 35 attack errors, which tells me we never got in the right position to hit the ball. The team had more errors than kills on the night.”

    The match was a back and forth affair all night as Henry prevailed in the odd number games (25-21, 24-26, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12).

  • Cross Country | Sept 17, 2015
  • Girls' Soccer | Sept. 17, 2015

    Lady Panthers lose close contest