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Today's Sports

  • Panthers withstand second-...

    The Carroll County Panthers took care of business Tuesday night, fending off a second quarter run and pulling away in the second half over Owen County, 61-39.

  • Carroll battles back but falls...

    Down five points with 40 seconds left to play, Carroll County head coach Brian Crank said that anything could happen. Unfortunately for the Panthers they were unable to generate any more turnovers and Gallatin County made their free throws to end Carroll’s regional Class “A” tournament run, 68-59.

    Carroll County jumped out to a 10-0 lead with 4:51 left to play in the first quarter. Gallatin County called timeout and made a couple of defensive adjustments and tied the game at 14 by the end of the first quarter.

  • Carroll wins over Eminence,...

    The Carroll County Panthers advance in the 8th Region All ‘A’ Tournament with a 70-42 victory Tuesday against Eminence at Trimble County High School. The win sets up another re-match with rival Gallatin County. Tip-off is 6 p.m. Thursday at Trimble.

  • W-V’s threes, defensive pressure...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers were eliminated in the Eighth Region All “A” Classic, 73-27, Monday by an efficient Walton-Verona team.

    Walton came out and trapped Carroll above the three-point line and the Lady Panthers could not handle the pressure, turning over the ball on their first five possessions.

  • Lady Panthers 1-2 at Lake...

    The Carroll County Lady Panthers traveled to Lake Cumberland for the Holiday Hoops Classic Dec. 27-29. They went 1-2 in the tournament.

    Carroll lost its first two games, but ended on a high note by winning the third. They lost to Somerset, 78-36, and Newport Central Catholic, 57-31. Individual statistics were not available.

    The Lady Panthers defeated Aiken High School from Cincinnati, 45-27. Carroll scored 34 points in the first half, but only scored 11 in the second.

  • 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.