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Today's Sports

  • Winter sports sign-ups

    Carroll County Junior Panthers basketball sign ups for boys and girls are being accepted from now until Sept. 28. The paperwork can be picked up at the Carroll County Middle School and at the Cartmell Elementary offices. Forms must be turned in to the Carroll County High School front office. Tryouts will begin some time after fall break (Oct. 1-5).

    Carroll County Parks and Recreation basketball and cheerleading sign-ups also will continue through Sept. 23. Sign-up online at http://carrollcountyparksandrecreation.website.siplay.com.

  • Owen Co. dominates Carroll in...

    Carroll County Lady Panthers traveled to Williamstown Sept. 8, for the Eighth Region All “A” Classic where they met a very hot Owen County Lady Rebels team.

    Owen County made quick work of Carroll as they rolled to a 2-0 (25-11, 25-7) win. The two teams had just met four days earlier in a district seed game with Owen getting the best of the Lady Panthers, 3-0 (25-4, 25-19, 25-19).

  • Panthers take advantage of...

    Carroll County Panthers football picked up a huge shutout win Friday night, defeating previously undefeated Eminence 45-0 at Panther Field.

    Head coach Hunter Cantwell was all smiles after the win, a complete turnaround from last year’s 35-6 loss at Eminence.

  • Henry girls defeat Carroll, 7-1

    Carroll County Lady Panthers soccer lost 7-1 to Henry County Sept. 11, at Panther Field.

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  • Benecke’s hat trick lifts...

    It was a wild and physical game, but the Carroll County Panthers soccer team prevailed, beating Henry County 3-0 Sept. 11.

    Henry County’s No. 25 was issued a red card with 34:05 left in the first half after he dove into the goal and deflected Jacob Polley’s shot with his hand. Devin Benecke hit the penalty kick for the first of three goals on the night.

  • Lady Panthers play Owen Co....

    Carroll County Lady Panthers played Owen County even for almost 47 minutes before dropping a 3-0 decision. “I do believe we had them scared,” said Carroll County head coach Josh Noble. “This is a huge stride forward for us as they mercy ruled last year.” The mercy rule comes into play when a team leads it opponent by 10 goals.

  • Panthers fall to Beechwood, 2-1

    Playing a little shorthanded, Carroll County boys soccer lost a rain-soaked Saturday match-up to visiting Beechwood, 2-1. But the loss didn’t dampen the spirits of head coach Kevin States.

  • Panthers beat Owen, 8-2

    Carroll County Panther soccer powered their way to a 4-0 halftime lead behind two goals by Devin Benecke as they went on to defeat Owen County 8-2 in a district match up, Sept. 4.

    “I like the eight goals but not so much the two goals put up by Owen County,” Carroll County head coach Kevin States said after the match. “We got a little sloppy and took our foot off the gas.”

  • Carroll boys golf notches back-...

    Carroll County boys golf team has been dancing around some rain puddles but was able to get in matches with Gallatin County on Sept. 6, and Sept. 10.

    The teams first played at Fairway in Wheatly where Carroll won 195-217. Josh Adams was the medalist with a 45 for Sept. 6. Adam Froman carded a 46. Kennedy Daigle shot a 48 and Dane Lacefield added a 56.

    When the teams squared off at Sugar Bay in Gallatin County on Sept. 10, with Carroll winning again. Froman tied with Lacefield for team medalist honors with 45. Adams shot a 52 and Daigle carded a 55.