Community Sports

  • CCMS, freshmen take on Oldham
  • CCMS baseball takes the field
  • Girls volleyball camp
    Carroll County High School volleyball will host a youth volleyball camp from 1-4 p.m., June 18-20, in the high school gym. Girls entering grades third through eighth are welcome.
  • Girls basketball camp
    Carroll County High School girls basketball will host a youth basketball camp from 12:30-3 p.m. June 11-13 at Cartmell Elementary. Camp is open to girls entering first through seventh grades. The cost is $40 per camper; family discounts are available. There will be popsicle breaks daily, and each camper will receive a t-shirt and a basketball. Each camper will work with the Lady Panther players on fundamentals and participate in team-oriented competitions and shooting competitions. Forms may be picked up at the high school.
  • Brown shares experience as racecar driver with students
    By KENNY COLSTON Landmark News Service Like many 15-year-olds, Carrollton native Cody Brown likes to drive fast. The difference between Brown and his peers, though, is Brown is finally getting paid to do so. The Carroll County High School freshman spends his weekends racing for U.S. Legends Car International, competing in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio racing the smaller cars.
  • Heavy lifters
    Carroll County student-athletes Caleb Guenthner, Terrance Mumphrey, Ramsey Gordon, Zak Wilson and Darrien Byrd traveled to North Bullitt High School to compete in the State Push/Pull weight lifting competition.  Juniors Mumphrey, Guenthner and Gordon competed in the varsity division. In the 220-pound weight class, Ramsey placed fourth. Mumphrey and Guenthner were both in the 275 weight class. Mumphrey came in first place in their weight class, while Guenthner placed second. 
  • The future of Carroll County basketball
    The Carroll County Junior Panthers teams were recognized Feb. 17 before the Lady Panthers senior night basketball game.
  • Archery club aims to teach youth the sport, to enjoy the outdoors
    For those looking for a new way to enjoy the great outdoors with their family and who are interested in learning a new sport, archery may be for you. 3 Rivers Archery Bow Club is a new organization in Carroll County aimed at getting families outside and having a good time together. “It’s not about good shooters,” club president Allen Supplee said. “We have some really good shooters in the Northern Kentucky area … This club is trying to be family and kid-oriented.”
  • Registration underway for baseball, softball
    Carroll County Parks and Recreation holds registration for its 2014 youth baseball and softball programs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., through Feb. 28, at its office on the third floor of the courthouse. Registration forms may also be mailed to Carroll County Parks and Recreation, 440 Main St., Carrollton, Ky. 41008.
  • Special Olympics athletes recently compete in “Winter Games”
    Several Carroll County Special Olympics athletes recently went to “Winter Games” sponsored by Special Olympics Kentucky. They competed for medals in the snowshoe and skiing events. The results were: