Carroll County lost 58-49 to Highlands Latin at home in boys basketball on Saturday.

The host Panthers started off strong, riding Andrew Shaw’s two 3-pointers to a 15-10 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Carroll’s lead widened to 19-13 early in the second before the Highlanders began chipping away. Shaw scored six more points in the quarter but Trevor Kimbell’s three-point play late in the quarter allowed Latin to tie the game 25-25 at the half.

The Highlanders went ahead on a 3-pointer by Jake Hamilton early in the third and never trailed again, holding a 41-30 lead at the end of the frame.

Landon Supplee and Aden Stephenson each hit 3-pointers for Carroll to pull the Panthers to within four (51-47) with less than a minute to go, but Latin went 7-of-8 from the free-throw line down the stretch to ice the win.

Fouls ended up plaguing the Panthers the entire game. Carroll committed 13 fouls — including a technical — in the first half and added 14 more in the second. Latin took advantage, going 10-of-17 from the stripe in the fourth quarter alone to pull away.

Shaw led Carroll with 15 points on four 3-pointers, while Braden Stephenson had 11 points and Landon Isaacs added eight. Aden Stephenson, Supplee, Austin Hicks and Mitchell Lacefield each scored three points, and Jakob Ulrey and Cam Butcher had two each.

Carroll, now 0-2 on the season, heads to Ryle on Tuesday then hosts Trimble County on Thursday.