Carroll County baseball dropped a 10-4 decision Wednesday at North Oldham to fall to 1-1 on the season.

The Panthers, 6-1 winners over Oldham County on Friday, came within one bad inning of remaining unbeaten on the season while the Mustangs rolled to their third win in as many outings.

After a base-running error cost the Panthers a potential big inning, Carroll turned around and gave up nine runs in the bottom of the frame as the Mustangs seized control of the contest.

"We had one bad inning. Had a base running mistake to end our inning then turned around and gave up nine runs," Panther head coach Jimmy Ray said. "Most of the runs we gave up were off bunts and errors both mental and physical. Our pitchers threw well. I think the cold weather during the game had an affect on our focus which led to the errors. Hopefully we will learn from it."

No other information was available on the game.

Carroll (1-1) hosts Gallatin County (0-2) today.