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Community Sports

  • CCHS volleyball hosts first alumni scrimmage Aug. 7
    Carroll County High School will host its first volleyball alumni scrimmage on Thursday, Aug. 7. The event will begin at 7 p.m. with the alumni squaring off against the Lady Panthers varsity squad and will conclude with an 8 p.m. game, alumni versus alumni. The games will follow KHSAA guidelines for varsity volleyball contests.
  • Registration for Parks and Rec soccer July 14-25
    Carroll County Parks and Recreation will hold youth soccer registration July 14-25 (Monday through Friday) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at its office, located on the third floor of the downtown courthouse. Completed forms also can be mailed with payment to Carroll County Parks and Recreation, 440 Main Street, Carrollton, KY 41008. The program is for children ages 2-11 as of July 31. Older children may be required to travel. The fee is $25 per person and $15 for each additional sibling. The cost for U4 and U6 (children ages 2-5) is $15.
  • CCHS youth soccer camp July 21-25
    Carroll County High School soccer will host a youth camp July 21-25 at the county park soccer fields along Ladder Lane. Camp will be held for U4 and U5 children from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and for six year olds through eighth grade from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The cost for U4 and U5 is $15 and $25 for the older campers. For the older children, the first hour of camp will cover fundamentals like dribbling and passing. The second hour will feature situational play and one-on-one, two-on-two, and in the last hour, the children will break into teams and scrimmage.
  • Keselowski wins QS400 for second time in three years
    By DAVE TAYLOR Landmark Community News Service Penske Racing driver Brad Keselowski wrapped up a competitive three-race weekend at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta with his second Quaker State 400 victory in three years, leading 199 of the 267 laps en route to the win. Keselowski placed fifth in Thursday’s UNOH 225 Truck race behind winner Kyle Busch and second in Friday’s Natiowide race won by Kevin Harvick.
  • Readers at the Speedway
  • Racing not a favorite, but appreciative of opportunity
    I will be completely honest with you: I am not a car racing fan. The words “Let’s go racing” do not make my blood pump or my stomach churn with excitement and nervousness for my favorite driver. Now, tell me the Dallas Cowboys are on TV, and I become an absolutely elated and tense stress ball, determined that I have the power to will “America’s Team” to victory.
  • Race weekend winners
  • Building a foundation
  • Carroll County Special Olympics competes in track and field events
    Summer Special Olympics Games 2014, Track and Field competitions, were held June 6-8, at Eastern Kentucky University. The following are the results:
  • CCHS Cheerleading Camp July 28-Aug. 1
    CCHS Panthers Cheerleading Camp will be  from 5-7 p.m., July 28-Aug. 1 at Carroll County High School. Camp is for children ages four through fifth grade. Children will learn the fundamentals of cheer, including motions, jumps, tumbling, cheers and chants. Campers will perform Friday, Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m. for their family and friends. Admission to the performance is $1. The cost is $25 per child and $10 for each additional child. In order to be guaranteed a t-shirt, registration must be turned in by July 25.