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Dragon Madness Meets Celebrity Dunks

On Monday night the Carroll Athletic Booster Association along with the CSHS held the first ever Dragon Madness Basketball Community Night. Hundreds of Dragon faithful of all ages packed the senior high school gym to help usher in the basketball season.

Southlake Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team Wins the Lone Star Shoot-Out

The Dragons faced-off other local high school teams and came out on top with the Lone-Star Shoot-Out tournament win.

Dragons Feast on Eagles 33-15

Southlake Carroll’s football team is back in the regional round of the playoffs following a two-year hiatus. Hal Wasson’s team is ...

Area Round Preview: Dragons vs DeSoto

The Eagles are ranked No. 10 themselves and are seeking a second straight appearance in the third round.

Southlake Cross Country & Track Club Head to Nike Nationals

The Cross Country & Track Club teams will be heading to Portland, Oregon to compete at nationals.

Dragons Shut Out McKinney 42-0

As the bi-district round of the 2017 playoffs kicked off at Dragon Stadium on Friday all eyes were upon the return of TJ McDaniel. He would square off against McKinney’s star Matt Gadek in a battle featuring two of the area’s top running backs.

Basketball Season Kicks off with Dragon Madness!

Dragon faithful are gathering for an enthusiastic collegiate inspired pep rally to open up the basketball seasons.

Dragons Bi-District Playoff Preview

On Friday at Dragon Stadium, the Dragons open the playoffs when they take on McKinney in a Class 6A Division II bi-district contest. It is the 18th straight season the Dragons have competed in the tournament with Carroll last missing the postseason in 1999.

Dragons Fall to Hebron Host Bi-District Game

Carroll head coach Hal Wasson knew limiting explosive plays would be critical in escaping Hebron with a victory in last Friday’s regular-season finale. Instead, the Hawks recorded three...

Class of 2017 Sign National Letters of Intent

In total, twenty-six athletes from sports ranging from baseball to beach volleyball signed to play college athletics.
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