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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 registration remains open, but please note the following:

Leagues will be filling up soon, in particular our
7-8, 9-10, and 11-12 leagues. Register as soon as possible for these leagues; if your child’s league is full, he will be automatically wait-listed, and we will contact you if an opening should arise. Players who are registered after March 31, or who were unable to attend grading, must attend make-up grading in order to be included in the league. See details regarding baseball make-up grading below.

Registration for the
13-15 Boys league and the beginner-level leagues (4-year old T-ball and 5-6 Baseball) will remain open unconditionally until leagues are full. Teams are drafted in mid-to late-April.

Softball See below for the full softball make-up grading schedule.


7/8  League   Tuesday, April 21 6:00 FIELD A - Coordinator Patrick Able –  504.782.4522
9/10 League  Tuesday, April 21 7:00 FIELD A - Coordinator Leslie Martin –  504.451.9366
11/12 League Wednesday, April 22 6:00 FIELD A - Coordinator Brian Soileau –  504.237.5750
13-16 League Wednesday, April 22 6:30 FIELD A - Coordinator Scott Goodwin – 504.301.8484
All players must be graded in order to be eligible to be drafted onto a team.
5/6 League  – Does not grade -  Players will be contacted after teams are formed on April 30.
Coordinator Dale Gallagher –  215.901.2029

2015 Spring Soccer league champions

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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.