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  • Carroll County holds on for win...

    It was a nail biter at the end, but the Carroll County Panthers held on to defeat the visiting Williamstown Demons 67-64 Feb. 6.

    “A win’s, a win’s, a win, I guess,” head coach Brian Crank said. He agreed that the team lacks a “killer instinct” to put teams away that they had earlier in the season. “We got out of our routine and now we’re still out of it,” he said, noting how being out of school due to weather has disrupted their normal schedule.

  • Carroll defeats Collegiate in...

    Carroll County defeated Louisville Collegiate 74-69 in double overtime Feb. 12. After struggling to hit free throws during regulation, the Panthers hit most of their free throws in overtime and did a good job of running their offense and milking the clock.

    Before the game, the Panthers recognized Honor Guard senior Mary Barrera, cheerleading seniors Kinley Huesman and Michaela Stethen and basketball seniors Bryce Butcher, Cameron Carter, David Duncan, Dane Lacefield, Kamron Rivers and Logan Rodgers.

  • Carroll pulls out OT win

    Carroll County Lady Panthers had to go to overtime Friday night to pull out a 49-44 victory over Williamstown.

    The tightly contested game saw Williamstown lead by six points in the third quarter and Carroll’s largest lead was the five points at the end of the game.

    Neither team could find the basket as the Lady Panthers shot 29.5 percent from the field while the Lady Demons shot 31.9 percent from the field.

  • Supplee scores 1,000

    Carroll County High School junior Wyatt Supplee scored his 1,000th career point at Henry County Feb. 6. “It feels great,” Supplee said. “All the hard work I’ve put into it and all the dedication I’ve put into the gme. It feels good, but that’s just a little step, and now we just have to keep rolling and focus on the game.”

    Supplee scored on a drive to the basket with 42.6 seconds left in the game. “When all the crowd was screaming, it felt good.”

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  • Basketball star Devine inducted...

    Lady Panther basketball great Hannah Devine was inducted to the Carroll County High School Wall of Fame Feb. 8. She finished her career as the school’s second-leading scorer and becomes the fourth woman on the Wall, joining Whitney Ballinger, Pam Browning and Kelly Mazza.

  • Cooperative dove field...

    Farmers can earn extra money and support Kentucky’s hunting heritage by participating in the Cooperative Dove Field Program offered by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

    The program leases privately owned and managed fields for public dove hunting in the fall. Enrollment is open through March 1.

    “Landowners may earn up to $10,000 in the Cooperative Dove Field Program,” said Kentucky Fish and Wildlife migratory bird biologist Wes Little. “They earn $300 per acre planted.”

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  • Ladies battle back to defeat...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers came from behind to defeat the Dayton Lady Green Devils 63-55 on Senior Night Monday, Feb. 4.

    Seniors Amelia Napier and Hannah McCarty were recognized before the game but both played instrumental roles in the come from behind win.

    Carroll jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead and led 12-6 before the Lady Panthers hit one of their scoring droughts as Dayton fought back to take a 15-13 lead at the end of the first quarter.

    Dayton pushed the lead out to seven, 21-14, before Carroll began to find the range again.

  • KHSAA: Playing video games is...

    The newest sanctioned sport at Carroll County High School is Esports. Head coach Greg Bremmer, a Carroll County Schools district computer technician, said they just had their first meeting during the last high school club day and approximately 40 students showed up.

    Zach Morris-Dean, CCS network administrator, is assisting Bremmer and said they are looking at two ways of serving the students: a competitive team and a club at the high school that is more relaxed and would offer a wider variety of games.