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Information about the individual sports can be found by clicking the sport’s page at left. For general information about each sport’s season and registration, click here

For special offers like private lessons and sports camps and clinics offered by non-Carrollton providers, click here.

For sponsorship opportunities and our exciting new banner program details, click here.


Baseball/Softball registration is still open. However, some leagues are filling up. If you register a child for a league that has filled up, your child will automatically be placed on a waiting list, and you will be contacted if an opening should arise.

Player drafts have been conducted in some leagues and will continue throughout April. If openings remain after your child’s age group has been drafted, we will make every effort to place him or her on a team. All fees will be refunded if we are unable to place on a team.

Registrations are still being accepted
unconditionally for our 13 and older leagues and for our 4-year old and 5-6 beginner leagues, but please register now, as these leagues could fill up as well. You will be notified when grading is scheduled for the older leagues, and you will be notified when your 4 or 5-6 year old has been placed on a team.

Please refer questions to the baseball or softball commissioners or coordinators listed on the respective pages.

For registration assistance contact Alan Godchaux at

Rules for all Baseball Leagues and 2017 schedules for 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12 baseball are posted on the download page

We look forward to having you spend part of your summer with us at the ballpark!


All grading sessions listed below will be held at Carrollton’s baseball/softball complex on the Audubon Riverview (the Fly). Grading sessions will generally last as long as there are still players in line. More details regarding grading will be sent by email.
Players must be registered in order to be graded.


13-15 Boys
Sunday, April 23 - Avenger, 5:00pm
Monday, April 24 - Avenger, 6:45pm

SOFTBALL: (revised 3/28)

11-12 Girls TBA

13-17 Girls TBA

Thank You Tulane Health System!!

Special thanks to Tulane Health System for its sponsorship. To learn more about pediatric care at Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children, click here. And to learn more about the Tulane Institute for Sport Medicine, click here.

Basketball League Champions

Click on winners for picture

2017 9-12 year old girls basketball champions – the AlleyHoops.

Fall Baseball Champions

pictures here

2016 Flag Football league champions

click here

2016 Carrolllton Boosters 6-7 Basketball Allstars

BB 2016

Lacrosse Success!!

The Carrollton U11 Lacrosse team won their division at the 2016 Sugar Bowl Lacrosse Tournament.  U13 lost in the finals and the JV team made it to the semi-finals but lost to Jesuit 3-1.
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The Carrollton Select 10yo team wins the Louisville Slugger World Series

details and picture here

Carrollton 2015 baseball Champions

Wes Thomas coached Homers win 13-15 league. Details and picture here.

Coach Casbarian and the 9-10 Champion Bunchies. Details and picture here.

Coach Cook and the 11-12 Champion Ducks. Details and picture here.

Coach Stedman and the 7-8 Champion Goblins. Details and picture here.

12u Carrollton Softball team wins Governor's cup

Details here for Governor’s cup

Details here for USSSA 6/14

Details here for 10u softball win USSSA All-Star Classic

Advocate article features Carrollton Boosters Lacrosse

article here

Interested in joining? More info and Carrollton Lacrosse FAQ's here


Strawberry Cup

Gulf Coast Invitational

2015 Spring Soccer league champions

photos here


Please join the Carrollton Boosters Club in congratulating Vice-President and Commissioner of Lacrosse Doug Mills for winning the prestigious national award from US Lacrosse: Excellence in Growing The Game. This award is, “Given to an individual who supports the US Lacrosse mission and vision, working effectively and tirelessly to develop lacrosse in a particular geographic area.” A short 5 years ago Doug started the Carrollton Lacrosse program with only a hand full of participants. Today, it has grown to over 100 players at multiple age and skill levels. Doug’s award is an acknowledgment that the Gulf South is a rapidly emerging area for the sport of lacrosse. Doug will be traveling to Baltimore in January to attend the US Lacrosse National Convention, where the award will be presented. Please join us in celebrating the dedication of Doug as he assumes the national stage in Lacrosse.