Community Sports

  • CCHS Space Jam Cheer Camp
  • Winter sports sign-ups
    Carroll County Junior Panthers basketball sign ups for boys and girls are being accepted from now until Sept. 28. The paperwork can be picked up at the Carroll County Middle School and at the Cartmell Elementary offices. Forms must be turned in to the Carroll County High School front office. Tryouts will begin some time after fall break (Oct. 1-5). Carroll County Parks and Recreation basketball and cheerleading sign-ups also will continue through Sept. 23. Sign-up online at http://carrollcountyparksandrecreation.website.siplay.com.
  • Back 2 School Basketball Clinic
  • CCMS football dominates Eminence, 46-0
    The Carroll County Middle School football team dominated an outnumbered Eminence team to win 46-0 Aug. 29, improving their record to 2-1. The Panthers scored on all but one of their offensive possessions, as well as two touchdowns on special teams and added a safety on defense.
  • Fish and Wildlife confirms 2018 deer season info; archery opens Sept. 1
    When Kentucky’s 2018 deer season opens Sept. 1, a number of new regulations will be in place. Deer hunters should note the following changes for the upcoming season: • The modern gun deer season has been lengthened in Zones 3 and 4 and will now be 16 days across all zones, opening Nov. 10 and continuing through Nov. 25, 2018. • The statewide and youth deer permits now allow for the harvest of up to four deer. While the harvest allotment for statewide and youth deer permits has increased, the one-buck rule remains in place statewide.
  • Wiffle Ball Warriors
    Carroll County adults took to the field this summer in Carroll County Parks and Recreation’s wiffle ball league.
  • National Hunting, Fishing Day Aug. 11
    The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources invites people of all ages to celebrate hunting, fishing and the great outdoors at the Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort on Saturday, Aug. 11. “This is a great way for beginners of any age to receive a fun, hands-on introduction to fishing and shooting sports,” said Salato Conservation Educator Geoff Roberts.
  • Basketball Boot Camp
  • RVFC recognized
    The City of Carrollton issued a proclamation July 23, to recognize the River Valley Futbol Club, a non-profit organization that was formed in 2017 to serve the youth of Carroll County. There are 45 youth participating, ages 8-14. RVFC finished its season with all three teams playing in the State Recreational Cup. The 10U team won first place and the 14U team won second place.
  • Scope of work discussed for baseball complex
    With the first step of having a construction manager under contract, Carroll County Fiscal Court met with Kyle Withers of Churchill-McGee July 2, at a special meeting to discuss the scope of work for the baseball complex at Robert Westrick Memorial Park. The purpose of the meeting was summed up by Parks and Recreation Director J.P. Dale when he said there are several sets of plans floating around and some of the work has been completed so all the involved parties wanted to determine who was responsible for what.