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Today's Sports

  • Third set performance not enough...

    Carroll County’s Lady Panthers volleyball team took on the rival Henry County Lady Cats Tuesday night in varsity competition.

    The Lady Panthers struck early in the first set, taking a 7-3 lead over Henry County before the Lady Cats took a time out. However, the momentum quickly shifted to Henry’s advantage, closing the gap to two points before Carroll County called for a timeout to chat about the strategy. Things didn’t improve by the time the Lady Panthers called for another break as Henry County opened up to a 16-9 lead and went on to win the set 25-12.

  • Third set performance not enough...

    Carroll County’s Lady Panthers volleyball team took on the rival Henry County Lady Cats Tuesday night in varsity competition.

    The Lady Panthers struck early in the first set, taking a 7-3 lead over Henry County before the Lady Cats took a time out. However, the momentum quickly shifted to Henry’s advantage, closing the gap to two points before Carroll County called for a timeout to chat about the strategy. Things didn’t improve by the time the Lady Panthers called for another break as Henry County opened up to a 16-9 lead and went on to win the set 25-12.

  • BACK TO BACK WINS FOR HOMETOWN...

    BY OWEN BLAUMAN

    H1 Unlimited

    MADISON, Ind. – U-6 “Miss HomeStreet/Miss Madison” and the hydroplane’s driver Jimmy Shane from Maple Valley, Wash. had a perfect weekend winning the 112th American Power Boat Association’s Gold Cup trophy during the Madison Regatta on the Ohio River. Shane drove the home town owned hydroplane to a victory in front of an estimated 40,000 fans that were on their feet screaming from the river banks.

  • Exhibition driver sustains fatal...

    What was intended to be a fun event recreating the former days of boat racing from the 1950s-‘60s era resulted in tragedy when a freak accident took the life of a Beavercreek, Ohio man Saturday at the Madison Regatta.

    Seven vintage hydroplanes of the 5-litre and 7-litre inboard classes were competing in an exhibition heat late Saturday morning when 68-year-old Rick Beatty was ejected from his open cockpit hydro, the “Heavy Duty,” when the boat hit a large wake on the Kentucky side of the river after exiting the first turn.

  • Lady Panthers finish in final...

    Carroll County Lady Panthers’ softball first trip to the All “A” state tournament ended with a loss to the new state All “A” champion Louisville Holy Cross in the semi-finals.

    Carroll County won all three of its pool play games on Saturday, April 27, defeating Louisville’s Brown 29-0, Middlesboro 8-3 and a dramatic comeback win over Raceland in eight innings, 5-4.

  • CCHS boys, girls soccer teams...
  • Lady Panthers golf team takes on...
  • Panthers come back from first...

    After a lethargic start Friday night, Carroll County bounced back to take a 28-26 win over visiting Henry County.

    Henry County took the opening kickoff and drove the ball down the field covering 65 yards with six plays in four minutes as senior running back Andrew Mayse scored the first of his three rushing touchdowns. Michael Soto added the extra point as Henry took a 7-0 lead.

  • Carroll runners compete in...

    GIRLS 5K RESULTS

    29. Andrea Searcy, senior, 25:12.46

    49. Hope Staley, sophomore, 27:48.86

    50. Diana Espinoza, senior, 27:53.31

    64. Alyssa Horner, seventh grade, 34:17.76

    BOYS 5K RESULTS

    34. Ravi Patel, senior, 24:19.51

    44. Harley Reynolds, eighth grade, 30:59.52

    45. Aiden Lilley, seventh grade, 32:32.39

  • Panthers come back in fourth to...

    As the fourth quarter started Friday night in the Carroll County Panthers home opener, it looked like visiting Ludlow, leading by six points at the time, could leave town with a victory. However, that changed a little over a minute into the fourth quarter as the Panthers recovered a Ludlow fumble.