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Community Sports

  • CCMS Baseball
    The Carroll County Middle School baseball teams concluded their seasons May 22. The teams are coached by D.C. Craig and assistants Jay Montgomery, Ricky Isaacs and Brandon Hicks.
  • Tournament champions
  • Running toward their goals
    Eight Carroll County women recently competed in the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and miniMarathon April 29, in Louisville. Jenna Groves, Amy Eversole, Tonya Martin and Melanie Groves ran their first full marathon (26.2 miles). Hayley Franklin, Amy Alsup, Michelle Griffith and Katrina True ran the half marathon (13.1 miles). 
  • Unified sports gives all students the chance to compete
    Having the opportunity to put on a uniform with your school name emblazoned across the chest and compete in an athletic competition is something that thousands of student-athletes do across the state every year. But that is not an opportunity available for all high school students. Luckily, the times are gradually changing.
  • 2017 CCHS football camp
  • Williams shines on the national stage
    By MOLLY HAINES Landmark News Service Once a Rebel, always a Rebel. The phrase expresses pride in being an alumnus of Owen County High School. That phrase resonated Friday night when Northern Kentucky University freshman and 2016 OCHS graduate Carson Williams led the NKU Norse against the University of Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.
  • Football camp March 18, 25
    Carroll County High School football is hosting a youth football camp from 9 a.m.-noon. Saturday March 18 and 25, at the high school conditioning center. Camp is open to Carroll County students in kindergarten through fifth grade. Cost is $30 per camper, and each child will receive a t-shirt. Campers will learn skills and fundamentals from CCHS coaches and players and have fun at the same time. Register at Tees and Sew On, 2494 Hwy. 227, or at the conditioning center March 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
  • Claiming second
  • Hooper inducted into CU sports hall of fame
    A Carrollton, Ky. native, Whitney Ballinger Hooper was inducted into the Campbellsville University Sports Hall of Fame, Feb, 25, along with Ronnie Spry the Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee. “I was so surprised when I received the call that I was being inducted,” Hooper said. “This is really special. This is a big honor to be a recipient as they induct one maybe two people a year into the Sports Hall of Fame.”
  • Junior Panthers recognized
    The Carroll County Junior Panthers basketball teams were recognized before the Carroll County High School varsity girls’ game Feb. 7. The third-grade girls were recognized Feb. 13.