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Today's Sports

  • Panthers 1-2 in Chick-fil-A...
  • Biologist forecasts better...

    A bitter cold front is expected to wash over duck-holding areas north of the Ohio River early next week, which should mean good news for waterfowl hunting in Kentucky, according to experts at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

  • Parks to visit for fishing over...

    Kentuckians are blessed with many good things: the best bourbon, the swiftest racehorses and two of the best smallmouth bass reservoirs in the world in Lake Cumberland and Dale Hollow Lake.

    The beauty of fishing for smallmouth bass is they bite best when cold winds blow the heat off these lakes beginning in fall. By the time Christmas rolls around, the best smallmouth fishing of the year is here on these two lakes.

  • Panthers 2-1 in JCIT; defeat...

    Carroll County Panthers basketball went 2-1 in the Jefferson County Invitational Tournament Dec. 21-22, at Southwestern High School in Hanover, Ind.

    “The team showed some resiliency this weekend,” head coach Brian Crank said Dec. 23. “They never gave up when they fell behind and they were able to get a couple of good wins on Saturday. We were able to settle down and find ways to score against the zone that was played against the majority of the time.”

  • Dance to the music!

    Youth participating in the Carroll County High School dance clinic performed with the CCHS dance team at halftime of the CCHS girls basketball game Dec. 4.

  • Panthers play best game of...

    The Carroll County Panthers earned a statement win Tuesday night, as they defeated the Grant County Braves, 88-79. Coming into the game, Grant County (7-3) had won against big-name schools like Oldham County and Anderson County, as well as won big against Trimble County and Williamstown and narrowly lost to South Oldham. On the other hand, the Panthers (3-2) were coming off a tough district loss to Gallatin County and could have very easily phoned it in before Christmas break against a tough opponent. Instead, they played their best basketball of the season so far.

  • Lady Panthers fall to Gallatin...

    Carroll County Lady Panthers were coming off two embarrassing losses of 50 points to Owen County and 25 points to Henry County as they headed into another district showdown with Gallatin County. While Carroll played better, they still came up on the short end of the score with a 59-45 loss Saturday, Dec. 15. Carroll’s record for the season is 2-5.

  • Carroll leads late, but can’t...

    Despite playing solid basketball for three-and-a-half quarters, Carroll County could not get over the hump against district rival Gallatin County. The visiting Wildcats outscored the Panthers 38-24 in the second half to win, 63-52.

  • CCMS Panthers split games with...

    It was a tale of two different stories Dec. 3, as the Carroll County Middle School Panthers split games with the visiting Trimble County Middle School Raiders. The CCMS seventh-graders jumped out to a large second-quarter lead and won 50-37. The CCMS eighth-graders struggled offensively and gave up an eight-point lead heading into the fourth quarter, falling 35-29.

  • Lady Panthers struggle against...

    Coming off an embarrassing 50-point loss to Owen County Dec. 5, Carroll County hoped to turn it around against another district foe Henry County, Dec. 11. Unfortunately, the results were similar as Carroll dropped the contest to Henry, 48-23, as the Lady Panther’s record dropped to 2-4.