Carroll County got key baskets from Makena Kindoll and Lauren Moore down the stretch to hold off Bellevue 46-43 in girls basketball Monday at home.

The Panthers, who have now won back-to-back games for just the second time this season, trailed 12-4 after the first quarter but clawed their way back with a big second quarter to lead 20-19 at halftime.

The game remained tight from there but Carroll still found itself down 43-39 in the waning moments before Kindoll drilled a 3-pointer and moments later hit a lay-up to put the Panthers ahead by one.

Moore then hit a basket late to ice the win.

Miranda Groseclose led Carroll County with 14 points while Moore had 13 points and 10 rebounds and Kindoll had 11 points and four rebounds.

Kirsten Arvin added five points and Kayla Williamson scored three for Carroll County.

On Saturday Carroll rolled to a 64-20 win over Eminence. Kindoll scored 18 points to lead the Panthers and Groseclose had 12 and Moore added eight.

Carroll, now 5-15 on the season, hosts Covington Latin today.