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Today's Sports

  • Panthers take 8-5 win over Grant

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Panther baseball team hosted the Grant County Braves Monday night and left victorious, 8-5 after a huge breakout inning in the bottom of the fourth.

    The Panthers have won both contests against the Braves this year, head coach Jay Jones said.

  • Suspensions lead to loss for...

    The News-Democrat

    The Lady Panthers tennis team took one on the chin Thursday, April 30 against the Lady Wildcats of Gallatin County as they hosted matches missing half their team.

    Head Coach Larry Morgan had to suspend eight players, six of whom were varsity players for disciplinary reasons forcing a forfeit of two matches.

    Singles

    Forfeit of number one singles; Jessica Wilkerson CC lost to Jaclyn Clark GC 0-6, 3-6; Haley Hendrick CC lost to Anna Beth Edens GC 4-6, 6-7.

    Doubles

  • Girls tennis team suffers losses

    The Trimble County High School girls tennis team played hard Friday and Monday, but the overall wins went to their opponents.

  • Christian Academy takes wins...

     The Christian Academy of Carrollton Eagles tennis team played one of their two matches this year against Frankfort Christian Academy Friday, April 17 and won five of the seven matches.

    Singles:  Girls - Maria Pascual won 8-0; Boys – Sergio Pascual won 8-2; Michael Stewart lost 2-8; Eli Ackermann lost 2-8.

    Doubles: Mixed – Maria Pascual/Luke Ackermann won 8-0;

    Boys: Eli Ackermann/Luke Ackermann won 8-4; Sergio Pascual/Michael Stewart won 9-7.

  • Panthers win two, lose two in...

    The News-Democrat

    Friday night was a beautiful one for a baseball game and the Carroll County Panthers played two, knocking off the Austin Eagles 10-8 before falling to the Madison Cubs 12-2 in the Madison Courier Invitational Tournament.

    The Panthers played four games during the two-day tournament, splitting a pair each day, finally falling in the consolation round on Saturday to the same team they defeated Friday, the Austin Eagles.

  • Henry takes 10-0 win over Lady...

    The News-Democrat

    The only game the Lady Panthers softball team has lost to the 10-run rule this year, was one of the most important games they have played — the first round of the Northern Kentucky Central Conference.

    The Lady Panthers fell to Henry County, 10-0 Wednesday, April 22 in the opening round against the Lady Cats of Henry County. Carroll County was never on track the entire game.

    The Lady Cats went ahead in the second inning 4-0 on four unearned runs.  

  • Panthers capture first Class A...

    The News-Democrat

    The Carroll County Panther baseball team made history Saturday night when they claimed the school’s first-ever Class A tournament victory.

    The Panthers defeated Trimble County 6-1 and Williamstown 11-4 before mowing down Henry County 12-0 in the finals.

    The tournament began on Thursday at the TCHS Raiders' home field in Bedford, when Panther Jesse Proctor threw a complete game.

  • Lady Panthers shut out Eminence...

    The News-Democrat

    The Lady Panthers softball team enjoyed a big victory, 12-0 Friday, over Eminence before suffering a heartbreak loss to the Walton Verona Lady Bearcats Saturday in the class A tournament over this past weekend.

    The Lady Panthers played Eminence on their field and held them to only one run while the Lady Panthers ran slipshod over the Warriors, tagging them for four runs in the first inning, three in the third, and four in the fourth.

    The Warriors scored their lone run in the bottom of the fifth inning avoiding a shutout.

  • SPORTS SHORTS

    Lady Panthers take win in tennis over Trimble

    Weather and lack of practice time has been a tough obstacle to overcome for the Lady Panther tennis team, but the team is 3-0 after a victory against Trimble County.

    Singles: Miriam Jones C.C. was defeated by Kasi Fogle T.C. 0-6, 1-6; Katarina Woods C.C. defeated Carly Reynolds T.C. 6-4, 6-2; and Priya Patel C.C. defeated Teresa Miller T.C. 6-3, 6-2.

  • Hoop Shooters camp attracts 21...

    Hoop Shooters Basketball Camp was held during spring break last week at Kathryn Winn Elementary School gymnasium.

    The 21 area boys and girls ages six to 12 who participated in the camp focused on fundamental basketball skills, such as ball handling, passing and shooting; team play and sportsmanship, according to camp coordinator Chuck Roberts. Campers were placed into categories by age, physical maturity and skill level. Each camper received a camp t-shirt at the close of the three-day program.