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Today's Sports

  • Eight-run inning buries Lady...

    Despite jumping out to a 2-1 lead, Carroll County gave up eight runs in the top of the fourth inning en route to a 16-3 home-opening loss in six innings to Gallatin County on March 30. “Gallatin County hit the ball well, and they hit it where we weren’t,” Head Coach Duke Boles said. “We tried to adjust people and move

  • Panthers top Pacers, fall short...

    Carroll County’s baseball Panthers added Switzerland County to their list of conquests in this young season following a heartbreaking loss to state power Franklin County last week. Will Yager got the win on three shutout innings after giving up only three hits as Carroll topped the Pacers 11-1 in Vevay on Wednesday. Jesse Proctor came

  • CCHS boys’ tennis...

    The Panthers conquered the first hurdle of the season: winning their first game. Carroll County defeated Gallatin County 3-2 on March 30 on the road. While Carroll County Head Coach Juan Fernandez was happy with his team’s win, he was disappointed that they did not go undefeated against the Wildcats. He pointed to unforced errors as th

  • Lady netters top Gallatin Co.

    The Lady Panthers shutout Gallatin County at home, winning 5-0 on March 30. “We just played a lot better,” Head Coach Larry Morgan said. “It was a combination of us playing well and them not playing up to their potential. In No. 1 singles, senior Priya Patel won against Brooke Clark 6-1, 6-4. In No. 2 singles, senior Staci McArter won against Anna Beth Edens 7-

  • Western Hills tops boys&...

    The young Panthers’ tennis team met a formidable opponent Monday in the Wolverines of Western Hills out of Frankfort. While they battled hard, they were overmatched and unable to pull out a win, losing 1-4 overall. “The Carroll County players came out with a very good attitude, and they did show it on the court,” Head Coac

  • Basketball accomplishments feted

    Student athletes participating in winter sports at Carroll County High School were feted during a banquet held in their honor last week. All State Academic Team certificates in recognition of a 3.75 grade point average or higher were presented to First Team recipients Jenna Goff, Sarah Osborne, Kyndal Curry, Hannah Devine, Linda Cruz, Will Y

  • Panthers slam 15 runs in opener...

    The Carroll County Panthers scored 15 runs in the opening game of the high school baseball season Wednesday and went on to shut out Heritage Academy on the road. Carroll picked up two additional wins over the weekend to take a perfect record into the second week of the season. With two outs in the first inning of Wednesday’s opener, Ca

  • Taxidermist turns satellite TV...

    The Trimble Banner As hunting gains popularity nationwide, Kenny Parsons wants to make sure newcomers to the sport are well educated. Parsons, owner of Hide ’N’ Hook on U.S. 42 West, just on this side of the Trimble border with Henry and Oldham counties, is putting his years of experience on film, in the form of a new TV show, &

  • CHEERLEADING SQUADS PERFORM WELL...

     

     

  • Ballinger drills 48 but...

    Last summer, Carrollton’s Whitney Ballinger made a decision to do everything in her power to take Campbellsville University to its first NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Fab Four. Saturday, she played her heart out, set records and wowed fans, but fell just short of her dream as Oklahoma City University outlasted Campbellsville,