After a long out-of-state road trip to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma the Carroll Dragon varsity football team was exhausted, yet in good sprits after its 21-14 season opening victory over the Tigers. Wasting little time, the team boarded the bus again for the 280-mile return trip home.
Dragon boys and girls enjoyed a podium finish at the Islander Splash Invitational and made a strong showing at the Coppell Invitational.
Don’t miss a roast of legendary Dragon coach and Texas High School Football Hall of Famer, Bob Ledbetter!
Dragons occupy 24 out of 40 available chairs. Way to go Carroll Jazz!
This academically talented group represents less than one percent of high school students.
On Friday night, the Carroll and Rockwall offenses staged a shootout with the two squads combining for more 1,000 yards of total offense and 90 points.
But like in their season-opening win against Broken Arrow, the Dragon defense stepped up when it was needed most.
Varsity girls earn first-place finish; varsity boys finish ninth.
The final tune-up for the District 5-6A season takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday when Carroll welcomes Rockwall to Dragon Stadium.
After shutting down Broken Arrow’s power running game in a season-opening victory, Carroll head coach Hal Wasson knew the Dragons would be up against a different beast in week 2...
Congrats to varsity girls for finishing 10th and to varsity boys for finishing 12th!