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Community Sports

  • CCHS volleyball hosts youth camp June 12-14
    The Carroll County High School volleyball team is hosting youth volleyball camp from 9 a.m. to noon June 12-14 at the high school gymnasium. Incoming fourth-graders and up are welcome. The cost is $50 for all three days if preregistered by Sunday, June 9, and $60 at the door. Make all checks payable to CCHS Volleyball. Forms and payment may be sent to the high school.
  • CCMS Panthers take the field
  • Corbin wins state in shot put, discus
    Carroll County Middle School eighth-grader Malachi Corbin won the Middle School State Track and Field Championship in both shot put and discus, setting new personal bests in both events. The meet was held Saturday, May 25 at University of Louisville. His throw of 45 feet 1 inch in the shot put was more than two feet further than the second place throw, high school head coach Joe Creager said in an e-mail.
  • Baseball Basics
  • Schedule for Parks and Rec opening day
    Carroll County Parks and Recreation opening day is Saturday, May 11. 10:50 A.M. Moment of silence to honor those we have lost in our community as well as those who have lost their lives in the Sandy Hook tragedy, the Boston Marathon bombing and those who have lost their lives protecting our country. National Anthem  sang by Vanessa Birchfield First Pitch on Field #1 In Memory of Nicholas Harr First Pitch on Field #2 In Memory of Quenten Dunn First Pitch on Field #3 In Memory of Benjamin Gardner
  • Season underway for CCMS baseball team
    The Carroll County Middle School eighth-grade baseball team has won three straight games, with victories over Williamstown, Walton-Verona and Highlands Latin. Head coach Rick McMahan said he is proud of the boys and that it has been a complete team effort. There are four seventh-graders playing on the eighth-grade team: Eli Yocum, Jake Robertson, Cameron McIntyre and Garrett Sanders, McMahan said.
  • Elementary track season canceled
    Due to unforeseen circumstances at Henry County they have canceled all of their meets for this season. This means there will not be any Elementary track meets this season, track coach Joe Creager said in an email. “We look forward to having your son/daughter out in the fall for cross country and again next spring for (track),” he wrote. “I’m sorry for the inconvenience.” For any questions, contact Creager at Carroll County High School, (502) 732-7075.
  • 3 on 3 basketball game benefits relay
    Team Robbins will host a 3 on 3, with a sub basketball tournament on Saturday, April 6 at the Robert Westrick Memorial Park (county park).  Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. with games beginning at noon.  Registration fee is $40 with the winning team receiving 25 percent.  If you are interested in participating or have any questions or concerns, please contact Michael McGuire at (502) 514-6993 or Jeremy Hunt at (502) 525-4670.  All proceeds will go to the Carroll County Relay For Life.  Help us fight this dreaded disease of cancer.
  • Future Panthers baseball camp held April 14-May 5
    The Carroll County High School baseball team will conduct a youth baseball camp Sunday afternoons from April 14-May 5. The CCHS coaching staff and current players will be conducting the four-week camp. It is not mandatory to attend all four sessions, but it is recommended. Camp will be held at the Carroll County Conditioning Center (located next to the Carroll County Area Technology Center) and at CCHS baseball field (weather permitting). The camp is open to boys and girls and will be divided into two groups depending on age and skill level.
  • Hunters education class offered March 15-16
    A free Kentucky Hunters Education class will be taught Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16 at the Carroll County Extension Building located at 500 Floyd Drive in Carrollton. This is a ten hour course covering hunter ethics, firearms safety, first aid, survival wildlife identification and more. The class will run for three hours on Friday evening beginning at 6 p.m. and seven hours on Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.  For additional information contact Tom Dapron  (502) 732-5120.