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  • Pro Prospect

    Like many recent graduates, Cass Weitl is preparing for job interviews trying to get his foot in the door to start his career.

  • Merchants Booster Club memberships, season tickets available
    As the Carroll Merchants prepare to open their second full season here with a home game on Friday, June 2, in the newly renovated Merchants Park stadium, Merchants Booster Club memberships and season tickets are now available.
  • Raising the bar
    There hasn’t been much time to celebrate her accomplishments, which continue to build up.
  • ‘Our facility has become, hands down, the worst we compete on’
    Carroll’s athletic stadium, I’ve been told, once stood as a marvel of western Iowa. When the State baseball tournament was being held next door at Merchants Park, eyes would gaze over at the football and track complex with amazement.
  • Ready for the next Battle

    The agony of defeat has only motivated Johnny Case.

  • Basketball players Slam at the Graham
    Mother Nature was an all-star for the Carroll High School Foundation on Saturday.
  • Carroll has its hometown Merchants back
    Thank you to the Carroll community and the Carroll Merchants.
  • Coaching Change
    Like most freshmen, it seemed just a matter of time before Randy Bissen was able to get his shot at playing varsity. Unlike most freshmen, Bissen surprised many with his talents, despite the fact that in three years he hadn’t scored a single point for the Carroll High Tigers.
  • Schafer is our new sports editor
    The Daily Times Herald welcomes Mark Schafer, 26, a native of Cheyenne, Wyoming, to its award-winning staff as sports editor.
  • Baseball fans in Carroll won’t have to travel to Chicago’s friendly confines or Busch Stadium in St. Louis to enjoy a beer at the park.
  • Sweeney’s Spring
    April 19, 2016, 4:45 p.m.: With just enough time to spare, Carroll High junior Sara Sweeney signed her scorecard at the Breda Golf Course and headed straight to the clubhouse bathroom. For the rest of the No. 1 golfers at the meet that afternoon, their day was done. For Sweeney, her night was just beginning.
  • Having a ball in the winter
    Seeing local interest dwindle in the game he loves and is now his profession, Taylor Ostrich decided now was the right time to try and do his part. Ostrich, a Carroll High alum and 34th round MLB draft pick of the Kansas City Royals back in June, hosted a two-day youth baseball camp at The Cage in Breda last Tuesday and Wednesday.
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