After three-straight COVID-19-related forfeits to start the season, Carroll County football finally got a chance to take the field Friday and came away with a 32-20 win at Grant County.

The Panthers were unable to play games against North Oldham, Henry County and Madison due to quarantines among the team and school the first two weeks and officially look losses in each of those games.

Carroll, now 1-3, hosts Ludlow on Friday.

Switz falls to Owen

Switzerland County fell to 0-3 on the season Friday after a 26-12 loss to Owen County Kentucky in Vevay.

The only points the Pacers managed in the first half were a safety by Colton Skaggs but Switzerland trailed only 14-2 at the break. A 38-yard touchdown pass from Matthew Davis to Tyler Hoskins and a Daniel Whitham 2-point conversion pass from Davis early in the third quarter pulled the Pacers to within 14-10.

However, Owen County scored a touchdown late in the third quarter and another early in the fourth to push ahead 26-10. Another safety, this one by Gabe Rose late in the contest, gave the Pacers two more points to close out the scoring.

Davis was 13-for-26 passing for 198 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions and he also had 104 yards rushing on 18 attempts. Hoskins caught four passes for 108 yards and a score while Skaggs had six receptions for 63 yards.

Defensively, Rose had eight tackles, one for loss, while Gavin Reese had six tackles and a sack.

Switzerland travels to Oldenburg Academy on Friday.

Trimble shut out by Bracken

Trimble County was kept out of the end zone for the first time this season in a 42-0 loss at Bracken County on Friday night.

The Raiders, who had scored 36 and 44 points, respectively, in their first two games of the season, collected 215 total yards against Bracken but failed to score.

Junior quarterback James Thomas Wilcoxson led Trimble through the air and on the ground. Wilcoxson was 9-of-19 passing for 129 yards and one interception and rushed for 78 yards on 15 carries. He also had five tackles and an interception on defense.

Jessup Smith caught five passes for 80 yards and recovered a fumble while Tate Ogburn had three catches for 26 yards. Kaden May had nine tackles — one for loss — and Masen O’Neal had seven tackles.

Trimble, now 1-2 on the season, hosts Shawnee on Friday.